Throwing away eye makeup & purchasing new 2 . Redness & intense burning is normal with ophthalmic antibiotics 3 . When applying eye ointment, set the tip of the tube on the lower lid & squeeze in inch 4 . Use a cotton swab to apply ointment, spreading the ointment all over the lid & in the conjunctival sac 5. Sadie was prescribed betaxolol ophthalmic drops by her ophthalmologist to treat her glaucoma. Oral beta blockers should be avoided in patients who use ophthalmic beta blockers because: 1 . There may be an antagonistic reaction between the two. 2 . The additive effects may include bradycardia. 3 . They may potentiate each other & cause respiratory depression. 4 . The additive effects may cause metabolic acidosis. 6. David presents to the clinic with symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis. He is prescribed cromolyn sodium (Opticrom) eye drops. The education regarding using cromolyn eye drops includes: 1 . He should not wear his soft contacts while using the cromolyn eye drops. 2 . Cromolyn drops are instilled once a day to prevent allergy symptoms. 3 . Long-term use may cause glaucoma. 4 . He may experience bradycardia as an adverse effect. 7. Ciprofloxacin otic drops are contraindicated in: 1 . Children 2 . Patients with acute otitis externa 3 . Patients with a perforated tympanic membrane 4 . Swimmer’s ear 8. __ is / are prescribed to prevent swimmer’s ear. 1 . Ciprofloxacin otic drops (Ciloxan) 2 . Isopropyl ear drops (EarSol) 3 . Colistin (Coly-Mycin S Otic) 4 Gentamicin otic drops
69 ADV Pharm | TextBook | StudyGuide . 9. Patient education regarding the use of ciprofloxacin-hydrocortisone (Cipro HC otic) ear drops includes: 1 . Fill the canal with the drops with each dose. 2 . Some redness & itching around the ear canal is normal. 3 . Warm the bottle of ear drops in his or her h& before administering. 4 . Cipro HC otic may cause ototoxicity. 10. Janie presents to the clinic with hard ear wax in both ear canals. Instructions regarding home removal of hard cerumen include: 1 . Moisten a cotton swab (Q-tip) & swab the ear canal twice daily. 2 . Instill tap water in both ears while bathing. 3 . Squirt hydrogen peroxide into ears with each bath. 4 . Instill carbamide peroxide (Debrox) twice daily until canals are clear. Chapter 27. Anemia 1. Pernicious anemia is treated with: 1 . Folic acid supplements 2 . Thiamine supplements 3 . Vitamin B 12 4 . Iron 2. Premature infants require iron supplementation with: 1 . 10 mg/day of iron 2 . 2 mg/kg per day until age 12 months 3 . 7 mg/day in their diet 4 . 1 mg/kg per day until they are receiving adequate intake of iron from foods 3. Breastfed infants should receive iron supplementation of: 1 . 3 mg/kg per day 2 . 6 mg/kg per day 3 . 1 mg/kg per day 4 . Breastfed babies do not need iron supplementation 4. Valerie presents to the clinic with menorrhagia. Her hemoglobin is 10.2 & her ferritin is 15 ng/mL. Initial treatment for her anemia would be: 1 .
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