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reduce neonatal drug exposure.Correct Answer:A.reduce neonatal drug exposure.ResponseFeedback:One of the methods used to reduce neonatal drug exposure is toschedule drug therapy just after breast-feeding or before the infant goes to sleep for several hours. A drug's half-life helps to determine when breast-feeding can begin again. Assessing the blood concentration of the drug and the drug's potential adverseeffects helps to determine the safest drug possible.Question 391 out of 1 pointsA male patient is taking finasteride for BPH. Which of the following will the nurse evaluate at each clinic visit?Selected Answer:A.Urinary elimination patternsCorrect Answer:A.Urinary elimination patternsResponse Feedback:It is important to assess the patient's urinary patterns in order to gauge a therapeutic effect. Changes in serum cholesterol levels, bone growth, and hemoglobin levels are not associated with finasteride therapy.Question 401 out of 1 pointsA patient is receiving radiotherapy for an overactive thyroid gland and asks whether her milk is safe for her baby. If her treatment cannot be discontinued, what should the nurse recommend?Selected Answer:D.
Advise her to discard her breast milk in a biohazard container,as it is unsafe for the baby.Correct Answer:D.Advise her to discard her breast milk in a biohazard container,as it is unsafe for the baby.ResponseFeedback:A breast-feeding woman who is receiving any radioactive compounds should pump her breasts during the time that breastmilk is radioactive and discard the milk into a biohazard container designed for radioactive materials. Breast-feeding can resume when the drug is stopped and the breast milk contains no radioactivity. It is not the role of the nurse to recommend alternative medication.