A assessment b diagnosis c implementation d

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A. Assessment B. Diagnosis C. Implementation D. Evaluation
Chapter 7 1. OTC medications now account for about what percent of all medications used in the United States?
2. A 56-year-old man is taking OTC antacids for relief of indigestion. He tells the nurse that he consumes at least one bottle a week and has done so for more than 1 month because “it works for me.” The nurse’s main concern is that
3. The nurse associates use of which OTC medication with the development of hepatotoxicity?
4. A patient tells the nurse that he wants to stop taking his antilipemic drugs and start taking garlic to lower his cholesterol. The nurse’s best reply would be: A. “That decision is up to you.” B. “You have every right to switch to herbal remedies.” C. “You should not go against what the doctor has prescribed for you.” D. “Let’s explore the evidence that supports the use of garlic to lower your cholesterol.”
Chapter 38 1. A patient is receiving Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanic acid) liquid solution through a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube. What is the purpose of the clavulanic acid?
2. Which of the following does the nurse identify as being a concern for patients receiving tetracycline?
3. When completing an admission assessment, the patient states that she is allergic to sulfa drugs. What will the nurse do next?
C. Ask the patient for more information about the allergic reaction she had. D. Notify the physician about the patient’s allergy. 4. A patient has a prescription for a sulfa drug as treatment for a UTI. She is also taking an oral contraceptive, an oral sulfonylurea antidiabetic drug, and phenytoin for a history of seizures.

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