Here is a preliminary study guide to clarify which drugs you'll need to know for Exam 2. I left my
Iggy at my office so I can't finish it up tonight, but I wanted to get this much to you.
Summer 2014 Pathopharmacology 1 Study Guide for Exam 2
Prototype drug charts (main 3 things to know: contraindications, mode of action, and adverse effects)
Drug Brand name
Mode of Action
Drug Food Interaction
1. A nurse is caring for several clients who came to the clinic for a seasonal influenza
vaccination. Which of the following clients could receive the vaccine via nasal spray rather
than an injection?
A. A 1-year-old wi
Chapter 24 Medications Affecting the Cardiovascular System
1. A nurse is providing teaching to a client who is starting simvastatin (Zocor). Which of the following
should the nurse include in the teaching?
A. Take this medication in the evening.
Chapter 23 Medications Affecting Cardiac Rhythm
1. A nurse is caring for a client who took amiodarone for 2 months before it was discontinued due to
toxicity. Which of the following should guide the nurse when assessing the client for toxicity to
Chapter 22 Angina
1. A nurse is teaching a client who has angina pectoris and is learning how to treat acute anginal
attacks. The clients asks, What is my next step if I take one tablet, wait 5 minutes, but still have
anginal pain? Which of the following
Chapter 21 Cardiac Glycosides and Heart Failure
1. A nurse in a providers office is monitoring serum electrolytes for four older adult clients who take
digoxin (Lanoxin) and furosemide (Lasix). Which of the following electrolyte values puts a client at ri