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Selected Answer:Parkinson diseaseQuestion 380 out of 1 pointsWhich medication class is recognized for the treatment of moderate to severe dementia?Selected Answer:Cholinesterase inhibitors.Question 391 out of 1 pointsYou are seeing a 65 year old male with a long history of COPD who has recently developed hypertension. Which class of antihypertensive agents should the Nurse Practitioner avoid for this patient?Selected Answer:Beta-BlockersQuestion 400 out of 1 pointsAdvanced practice nurse prescribing of scheduled medications is affected most by:Selected Answer:DEAQuestion 411 out of 1 pointsA male patient who is hypertensive takes Hydrochlorothiazide for his blood pressure . He presents with red, painful swelling of the great toe. In addition to treating gout, you recognize that you may need to: Selected Answer:Change his thiazide antihypertensive medicationQuestion 421 out of 1 pointsA mother brings her 4-year-old child, who is vomiting and has a temperature of 103°F into the emergency department (ED). The ED physician orders acetaminophen (Tylenol) for the fever. The best form of Tylenol to give the child, considering her presentation, would beSelected suppository.
Answer:Question 431 out of 1 pointsMs. Simpson has a known history of asthma. She is on Theophylline daily. The NP contemplates giving her an antibiotic for her respiratory infection. The NP knows thatwhich choice below could elevate theophylline levels?Selected Answer:CiprofloxacinQuestion 440 out of 1 pointsTo minimize the risk of adverse effects of glucagon when given to an unconscious diabetic patient, as the patient regains consciousness, the nurse shouldSelected Answer:monitor for nausea and vomiting.Question 451 out of 1 pointsA patient who is a steroid-dependent asthmatic is started on a beclomethasone inhaler. Which should be part of patient education?Selected Answer:Rinse the mouth well after each useQuestion 461 out of 1 pointsA Nurse Practitioneris providing care for a patient who suffered extensive burns to his extremities during a recent industrial accident. Topical lidocaine gel has been ordered to be applied to the surfaces of all his burns in order to achieve adequate pain control. When considering this order, the Nurse Practitionershould be aware thatSelected Answer:there is a risk of systemic absorption of the lidocaine through the patient's traumatized skin.Question 471 out of 1 pointsDuring a clinic visit, a patient complains of having frequent muscle cramps in her legs. The nurse's assessment reveals that the patient has been taking over-the-counter laxatives for the past 7 years. The nurse informed the patient that prolonged use of laxativesSelected Answer:may cause nutrient deficiencies.