ATI Pharm Practice Test A

Phenytoin
gingival hyperplasia

cefazolin
allergic reaction, give parenteral epinephrine

oxybutynin
dry mouth, blurred vision, photophobia

acetazolamide
report tingling of fingers (paresthesia)

penicillin w/ urticaria symptoms
change type of antibiotic (allergic reaction)

neostigmine
nausea common adverse reaction

aspirin
alert provider if having hyperventilation (acute salicylate poisoning)

Valproic acid
jaundice (liver failure)

benztropine
tachycardia

tinnitus
withhold aspirin

TB four medicine regimen
eliminate resistant strains

mannitol
alert for peripheral edema (heart failure)

Magnesium toxicity
decreased levels of consciousness (CNS depression)

carbamazepine
decreases effectiveness of oral contraceptives

tamoxifen
menstrual irregularities, hot flashes, bruising

epoetin alfa
monitor for increased blood pressure

fluoxetine
take acetaminophen instead of ibuprofen

glargine
do not mix with other insulins

clindamycin
watery diarrhea

candidiasis
treat with fluconazole

methotrexate
monitor for fever

metoclopramide
monitor for sedation

fluticasone using a spacer
to prevent oral candidiasis

oprelvekin for cancer
therapeutic if platelets are up

digoxin
monitor for yellow tinged vision

sucralfate
forms protective barrier over ulcer

statin
monitor CK

chlordiazepoxide
prevent delirium in alcohol withdrawal

furosemide
dizziness, urinary frequency, hypokalemia

propylthiouracil
increase in ability to focus

baclofen spinal cord injury
decrease in spasticity

prednisone
bone density

decongestants
can constrict blood vessels

trimethoprim
crusty rash

indomethacin
reduced pain

amphotericin
fever

benzo toxicity antedote
flumazenil

documenting IV infusion
document amount of fluid, length of time to infuse, client’s physical status

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A health care professional is caring for a patient who is about to begin taking isoniazid (INH) to treat tuberculosis. The health care professional should tell the patient to report which of the following adverse effects of the drug? (Select …

a nurse is planning care for a pt who is receiving mannitol via continuous IV infusion. The nurse should monitor the pt for which of the following adverse effects? A) weight loss B) increased intraocular pressure C) auditory hallucinations D) …

Client is starting to take hydrocodone with acetaminophen tablets for pain. What information should be included? Tablets should not be crushed or chewed A nurse is preparing to administer ciprofloxacin 15mg/kg PO every 12 hours to a child who weighs …

A patient is allergic to penicillin but has bacterial meningitis what antibiotic can that patient be prescribed? Vancomyacin Because a patient is allergic to penicillin they have been given another antibiotic what should be available in case the patient is …

Tablets should not be crushed or chewed Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone to prevent increase in CNS effects. Muscular Degeneration Patient loses central vision making it hard to draw up insulin WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM ESSAY SAMPLE ON ANY TOPIC SPECIFICALLY …

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