Patients who have angina, regardless of class, who are also diabetic should be on: a)Nitratesb)Beta blockersc)ACE inhibitorsd)Calcium channel blockers Beta blocker treat hypertension because they: The treatment for vitamin B12 deficiency is: Isosorbide dinitrate is a long-acting nitrate given twice daily (BID). The schedule for administration is 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. because: Despite good blood pressure control, a nurse practitioner might change a patient’s drug from an ACEI to an ARB because the ARB: a)Is stronger than the ACEIb)Does not produce a dry, hacky coughc)Has no effect on the renal systemCopyright © 2016 F. A. Davis Company
d)Reduces sodium and water retention Premature infants require iron supplementation with: Scott is presenting for follow-up on his lipid panel. He had elevated total cholesterol, elevated triglycerides, and an LDL of 122 mg/dL. He has already implemented diet changes and increasedphysical activity. He has mildly elevated liver studies. An appropriate next step for therapy would be: Because primary hypertension has no identifiable cause, treatment is based on interfering with the physiological mechanisms that regulate blood pressure. Thiazide diuretics treat hypertension because they: Art is a fifty-five-year-old smoker who has been diagnosed with angina and placed on nitrates. He complains of headaches after using his nitrate. An appropriate reply might be: a)“this is a parasympathetic response to the vasodilating effects of the drug.” b)Headaches are common side effects with these drugs. How severe are they?”c)“This is associated with your smoking. Let’s work on having you stop smoking.”d)“This is not related to your medication.
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