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44. A client is having the dosage of clonazepam adjusted. The nurse should plan to perform which action?1.Weigh the client daily.2.Institute seizure precautions.3.Monitor blood glucose levels.4.Observe for areas of ecchymosis.Correct answer: 2Rationale: Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine that is used as an anticonvulsant. During initial therapy and during periods of dosage adjustment, the nurse should initiate seizure precautions for the client. Weight, glucose levels, and ecchymosis are unrelated to this medication.45. The nurse has a prescription to administer phenytoin 100 mg mixed in 5% dextrose in water by the intravenous (IV) route to a client. After reading this prescription, which action should the nurse take?
46. The nurse in the health care provider's office is reviewing the results of a client's phenytoin level determination performed that morning. The nurse identifies that a therapeutic medicationlevel has been achieved if which result is noted?