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Question 10See full questionA group of students are reviewing the various antihypertensive agents available. Thestudents demonstrate understanding of the information when they identify which agentas an example of a renin inhibitor?
Reference:Frandsen, G., & Pennington, S.S.Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales forNursing Practice, 10thed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams& Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension, p. 516.Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension - Page 516Answer KeyQuestion 1See full questionOnce a client develops primary hypertension, therapy should last for how long?
LifelongExplanation:Once primary hypertension develops, management of the disorder becomes a lifetimetask.Reference:Frandsen, G., & Pennington, S.S.Abrams’ Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales forNursing Practice, 10thed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams& Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension, p. 515.Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension - Page 515Question 2See full questionBoth primary and secondary hypertension are disease processes evident across thelifespan. Primary hypertension can be controlled with appropriate therapy. What isconsidered curative in secondary hypertension?
Reference:Frandsen, G., & Pennington, S.S.Abrams’ Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales forNursing Practice, 10thed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams& Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension, p. 514.Chapter 28: Drug Therapy for Hypertension - Page 514Question 3See full questionWhy is it important for a nurse to encourage the client to control the blood pressure?(Select all that apply.)
Hypertension increases risk of stroke.Hypertension increases the buildup of atherosclerotic plaque.Hypertension increases the workload of the heart.Correct response:Hypertension increases the buildup of atherosclerotic plaque.Hypertension increases risk of stroke.Hypertension increases the workload of the heart.Explanation:Plaque, stroke, and increased workload are consequences of hypertension. Increasedrisk of kidney disease, heart failure, and blindness are also consequences ofhypertension.

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