The nurse is caring for a patient who is diagnosed with the syndrome of
inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH). Which nursing intervention would
promote a reduction in the r
The patient has a prescription for levothyroxine 37.5 mcg. Available are 0.075 mg
tablets. How many tablets should the nurse administer?
First, convert 0.075 mg to mcg, which equals 75 mcg. Using
1.The nurse is caring for a patient who underwent transsphenoidal hypophysectomy
to treat acromegaly. Which is the bestnursing action to prevent leakage of
Chapter14, Medications and Calculations
The nurse is preparing to administer penicillin 400,000 units. The pharmacy sends penicillin
300,000 units/mL. How many milliliters will the nurse administer? Round your answer to the
The patient has a prescription to receive 45 mg of prednisone by
mouth daily. Available are 10 mg tablets. How many tablets should
the nurse prepare to give? Fill in the blank using one decimal
45 mg 10 mg = 4.5 tablets
A patient who is diagnosed with hypothyroidism and coronary artery disease (CAD)
states to the nurse, "I am constipated. My spouse wants me to try an enema to help
relieve my discomfort." The nurse educates the patient that using enemas is
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A nurse is caring for a patient with a Klebsiella pneumoniae infection who has been prescribed
ceftriaxone (Rocephin). Which medications a
What is the causative agent for chickenpox?
Varicella zoster virus
Human parvovirus B19
Human herpesvirus type 6
Group A -hemolytic Streptococcus
Varicella zoster virus is the causative agent for chi
Drugs Aging (2017) 34:6777
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
Risk Factors for Initiation of Potentially Inappropriate
Medications in Community-Dwelling Older Adults
with and without Alzheimers Disease
Virva Hyttinen1 Heidi Taipale2,3
C og nitive Effects of A typical A ntipsychotic M ed ications
in P atients W ith A lzheim ers D isease:
O u tcom es From C A T IE-A D
Cheryl L.P. Vigen, Ph.D.
Wendy J. Mack, Ph.D.
Richard S.E. Keefe, Ph.D.
Mary Sano, Ph.D.
David L. Sultzer, M.D.