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1.A patient is taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents for arthritis of the knees and
hips. Which of the following diseases is a result of cellular destruction of the
gastrointestinal tract from this medication?
1. A woman has been prescribed paroxetine hydrochloride, which is an antidepressant
agent administered in pill form. The medication is administered for her obsessivecompulsive disorder. This medication will produce which of the following effects?
1.An obese patient who has an elevated triglyceride level and reduced high-density
lipoprotein cholesterol is seen by her primary care physician. What do these data suggest
in this patient?
The development of arthritic syndrome
The development of me
1. An infant's current weight indicates that the maximum safe dose of Tylenol is 30 mg by
mouth. The physician orders 65 mg to be given, and the nurse administers Tylenol 65
mg. Who is legally responsible in the event that the infant has a toxic rea
Chapter 7 Coagulation Disorders
1. A patient is taking warfarin (Coumadin) after open heart surgery. The patient tells the
home care nurse she has pain in both knees that began this week. The nurse notes
bruises on both knees. Based on the effects of her
1. A pediatric nurse is well aware of the many physiological variables that influence safe
pharmacotherapy in patients younger than 18. Which of the following principles should
the nurse integrate into care?
The physiology of patients older than
Pharmacolgy Exam #1
1.) A pregnant woman is being administered IV magnesium sulfate.
What is a desired outcome related to the administration of
Decreased blood pressure
2.) A nurse should prepare to give which medication for an opiod
1. A 4-year-old boy was diagnosed with acute otitis media and began a course of oral amoxicillin. The boys mother has contacted
the clinic and states that there has been no improvement in her sons ear infection since beginning the antibiotic
1. Which cellular structure stores hormones and other substances and packages these
substances into secretory granules?
The golgi apparatus stores hormones and
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A patient with a history of heart failure is being treated with digoxin (Lanoxin). The nurse
knows that this medication increases the force of contractions of
Chapter 31- Drug Therapy for Asthma and Bronchoconstriction
1. A patient has been diagnosed with asthma. Which of the following health education
topics is most important?
Do not become fatigued. It will trigger asthma attacks.
Exposure to cold tempe
1.A patient has atony of the smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract. Which type of
medication may be administered to increase smooth muscle strength?
Selective serotonin reuptake in
1.A young woman is being seen in the gynecology clinic of the local health department.
She has decided to begin hormonal contraceptives. What action is specific to hormonal
contraceptives and should be taught to this woman?
The cervical mucus is made r
1.A patient has suffered a severe laceration to his thumb and index finger during a
workplace accident, and local anesthetic is to be utilized to facilitate suturing. Which of
the patient's following statements should prompt the nurse to provide further h
1.A middle-aged patient with erectile dysfunction has sought care and is receiving health
education from the nurses. The patient has expressed a desire to understand the
physiology of the sex hormone production and the sexual response. The nurse should
1.A 60-year-old male patient has developed a tremor of the right hand with a pill-rolling
motion. Upon interviewing the patient, he states he sustained several head injuries
playing football. Based on this information, what do you suspect the patient is s
1.An adult patient has been experiencing severe lethargy and fatigue over the past several
days, and she describes herself as feeling shaky. Random blood glucose testing reveals
a glucose level of 38 mg/dL, but the woman denies any significant change in h
1.A patient seen in the clinic has symptoms of persistent cough, fever, and night sweats. He
recently entered the United States from the Philippines. Which of the following is the
most plausible explanation for the patient's condition?
1.A patient has a low erythrocyte count. How may a colony-stimulating factor affect the
patient's erythrocyte count?
It stimulates growth of red blood cells.
It suppresses T-cell production.
It inhibits protein synthesis.
It stimulates antibod
1. A pregnant woman is experiencing nausea and vomiting in her first trimester of
pregnancy. Which herbal agent has traditionally been used as an antiemetic?
Ginger has been used to
1. A patient is diagnosed with a fungal infection of the eye. What of the following
medications is the most likely the cause of the fungal infection of the eye?
Systemic antibiotic agent
Saline ophthalmic dr
1. A young boy has just returned home from his family's tropical vacation and is now
complaining of worsening tenderness in his right ear. He is subsequently diagnosed with
otitis externa. What causative factor of this infection should the nurs
Chapter 30- Drug Therapy to Decrease Histamine Effects
1. A patient is stung by a bee. What is the chemical mediator released in immune and
inflammatory response to the bee sting?
o Coronary artery disease (CAD) progresses from angina to myocardial infraction (MI).
o Three main types:
(classic, typical, or exertional) occurs when atherosclerotic plaque obstructs
coronary arteries and heart requires mo
o Bronchoconstriction (bronchospasm) strong muscle contractions that narrow airways
o Mucosal edema
o Airway hyperresponsiveness
o Excessive mucus production
o These s&s characterize features as asthma, bronchit
A pediatric client is complaining of a sore throat and general weakness. The provider
diagnoses the client with Group A B-hemolytic streptococci (GABHS). Identify three (3)
manifestations of GABHS? What are interventions and tea
Ch. 10 Drug Therapy- Immunizations
1. An infant is being administered an immunization. Which of the following
provides an accurate description of an immunization?
It is the administration of an antigen for an antibody response.
2. A patient is scheduled t
Ch 21 Drug Therapy for Viral Infections
1.A patient is prescribed acyclovir (Zovirax) for the treatment of genital herpes. What is the
expected outcome of this medication?
Decreased viral shedding
2.A patient suffers from an autoimmune disorder. Whi
1.A nurse is teaching a cardiac patient about the ability of the heart to generate an electrical
impulse. Which of the following teaching points should the nurse convey to the patient?
There are many different parts of your heart that can initiate an e