Student Answer Maternal drug levels Half life Lipid solubility CORRECT All of

Student answer maternal drug levels half life lipid

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Student Answer: Maternal drug levels Half-life Lipid solubility CORRECT All of the above Points Received: 2.5 of 2.5 Comments: Question 9. Question : Precautions that should be taken when prescribing controlled substances include: Student Answer: Faxing the prescription for a Schedule II drug directly to the pharmacy CORRECT Using tamper-proof papers for all prescriptions written for controlled drugs Keeping any presigned prescription pads in a locked drawer in the clinic Using only numbers to indicate the amount of drug to be prescribed Points Received: 2.5 of 2.5 Comments:
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Question 10. Question : The developmental variation in Phase I enzymes has what impact on pediatric prescribing? Student Answer: None; Phase I enzymes are stable throughout childhood Children should always be prescribed lower than adult doses per weight due to low enzyme activity until puberty Children should always be prescribed higher than adult doses per weight due to high enzyme activity CORRECT Prescribing dosages will vary based on the developmental activity of each enzyme, at times requiring lower than adult doses and at other times requiring higher than adult doses based on the age of the child Points Received: 2.5 of 2.5 Comments:
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