Dizziness is also a sign of a phenelzine drug overdose Constipation and dry

Dizziness is also a sign of a phenelzine drug

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pronounced at dosages above 45 mg/day. Dizziness is also a sign of a phenelzine drug overdose. Constipation and dry mouth are also adverse e ff ects, not diarrhea and increased secretions. Facial ushing is not an identi fi ed adverse e ff ect of phenelzine. Question 28 Response Feedback: A 64-year-old-patient has been prescribed lorazepam (Ativan) because of increasing periods of anxiety. The nurse should be careful to assess for The patient who has history of alcohol or substance abuse may be a poor candidate for lorazepam because the patient is more likely to develop dependence on the drug. Alcohol will also have an additive e ff ect with lorazepam. A diet high in fat and carbohydrates or nicotine use should not a ff ect the use of lorazepam. Question 29 Response Feedback: A nurse works in a sleep disorder clinic and is responsible for administering medications to the patients. Which of the following patients would be most likely to receive zaleplon (Sonata)? The nurse will most likely administer the zaleplon to the 35-year-old man who is having di culty falling asleep, but once asleep can stay asleep. Zolpidem would most likely be administered to the 20-year-old who will take a sleep aid only once a week. Eszopiclone (Lunesta) will be given to the 52- year-old woman who needs to fall asleep quickly and has trouble staying asleep. The 46-year-old man will likely receive trazodone (Desyrel). This drug is given as a sleep aid for a patient who is taking an antidepressant. 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points
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Sunday, September 30, 2018 7:03:11 PM EDT Question 30 Response Feedback: A patient has a history of tonic-clonic seizures that have been successfully treated with phenytoin (Dilantin) for several years. Phenytoin achieves a therapeutic e ff ect by Phenytoin reversibly binds to sodium channels while they are in the inactive state. This binding delays the return of the channel to an active state. Because sodium can enter the cell to initiate an action potential only when the channels are active, the time between action potentials is greatly lengthened, the neurons cannot fi re at an excessive rate, and excessive muscle contractions that occur in grand mal-type seizures are prevented. Phenytoin does not directly a ff ect the function of calcium channels or levels of GABA and glutamate. Question 31 When completing this quiz, did you comply with Walden University’s Code of Conduct including the expectations for academic integrity? OK 1 out of 1 points 0 out of 0 points
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