443. A patient is admitted to the hospital with unstable anginaand will undergo a percutaneous coronary intervention. Whichdrug regimen will the nurse expect to administer to prevent thrombosis in this patient? a. Aspirin, clopidogrel, omeprazoleb. Aspirin, heparin, abciximab [ReoPro]c. Enoxaparin [Lovenox], prasugrel [Effient], warfarin [Coumadin]d. Heparin, alteplase, abciximab [ReoPro] 444. A patient who has taken warfarin [Coumadin] for a year begins taking carbamazepine. The nurse will anticipate an order to: 445. A nurse has just received an order for tenecteplase [TNKase] for a patient experiencing an acute myocardial infarction. The nurse should administer this drug: 629. A patient with asthma is admitted to an emergency department with a respiratory rate of 22 breaths/minute, a prolonged expiratory phase, tight wheezes, and an oxygen saturation of 90% on room air. The patient reports using fluticasone [Flovent HFA] 110 μg twice daily and has used 2 puffs of albuterol [Proventil HFA], 90 mcg/puff, every 4 hours for 2 days. The nurse will expect to administer which drug?
630. A patient with stable COPD is prescribed a bronchodilatormedication. Which type of bronchodilator is preferred for this patient? a. A long-acting inhaled beta2 agonistb. An oral beta2 agonistc. A short-acting beta2 agonistd. An intravenous methylxanthine 631. A patient with COPD is prescribed tiotropium [Spiriva]. After the initial dose, the patient reports only mild relief within30 minutes. What will the nurse tell the patient?
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