60.Can antacids cause diarrhea?61.Which laxative is safe for long-term use?62.Which medication given for nausea and vomiting works by affecting the chemoreceptor trigger zone, thereby stimulating upper gastrointestinal motility and increasing lower esophagealsphincter pressure?
63.Which drug class is most likely to produce the most rapid relief for a patient who is having heartburn symptoms?64.Which H2RA is most likely to cause drug interactions with Phenytoin (Dilantin) and Theophylline (Bronkodyl)?65.Which pharmacologic intervention should you consider when treating a middle-aged man with recurrent gastric ulcers?66.Which OTC supplement commonly taken by the elderly exacerbates constipation?67.What drug can exacerbate the symptoms of GERD?68.When administering albuterol and metformin, what should the patient be taught?69.What daily medication will control asthma?70.What are the adverse effects of amiodarone?71.What are the precautions when administering beta receptor agonists? (Sympathomimetic bronchodilators)-2. Lower doses of bronchodilators may be necessary in older adults because of the increased72.What are contraindications when administering beta receptor agonists? (Sympathomimetic
73.What is the bronchodilator of choice in a patient taking a beta blocker?74.Name 2 anticholinergics75.Name the Luekotriene receptor agonists/leukotriene modifiers (LTRA)
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