Pharm week 7 antimicrobial

patient is about to begin gentamicin therapy to treat an infection. The health care professional should monitor for?
urine output

when administering erythomycin to a patient who has pneumococcal pneumonia the health care professional should monitor for which adverse effect

a patient who is taking ciprofloxacin to treat a respiratory tract infection contacts the health care professional to report dyspepsia. What should be recommended
take an antacid at least 2 hr after taking the drug

patient is about to receive gentamicin to treat a systemic infection What drug should they question
furosemide (lasix)

patient is to begin using nystatin to treat oral candida albicans. What should be included about the antifungal preparation
swish the suspension in the mouth before swallowing

going to administer amphotericin B IV to a patient who has fungal infection.. Which drugs should be administered to minimize symptoms

patient to begin taking metronidazole (flagyl) to treat intra-abdominal infection. cautious use of drug is needed if patient has
seizure disorder

patient is taking warfarin (coumadin) and Bactrim for urinary tract infection. Why should it be questioned because taking these two drugs increases risk of

patient is taking ketoconazle to treat fungal infection. patient should report which adverse effect

various pharmacologic options for a patient who has gynecologic infection and a history of alcohol use. which medications can cause a reaction similar to antabuse

patient is taking nitrofurantoin (macrodantin) to treat a urninary tract infection. What is the adverse effect to report

patient is taking chloroquine (aralen) to prevent malaria. what should instructions about drug be
wear sunglasses outdoors
avoid driving
take the drug with food

patient is taking imipenem (primaxin) to treat bacterial infection.and patient has inability to eat because of mouth pain. what adverse effect should be suspected

patient is taking tetracycine orally to treat chlamydia infection. patient reports blood tinged diarrhea. what should be suspected
pseudomembranous enterocolitis

a provider should prescribe a lower dose of aztreonam (azactam) for a patient that has a respiratory tract infection and also has..
renal impairment

a patient is taking amoxicillin (amoxil) to treat a respiratory infection and reports rash and wheezing. what instructions should be provided
call emergency services immediately

patient is taking ciprofloxacin (cipro) to treat urinary tract infection and has rheumatoid arthritis for which he takes prednisolone (prelone) patient needs to report what adverse effect
tendon pain

patient has sputum culture results indicating methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus what drug should be administered

patient to begin taking acyclovir (zovirax) to treat herpes infection. what needs to be monitored

while administering IV cefotetan to a patient to treat bacterial meningitis it is noted that the IV site is warm and reddened. what action is needed
stop the cefotetan infusion

patient is to begin taking isoniazid (inh) to treat tuberculosis. what adverse effects need to be reported
numbness of hands

patient is to begin taking cephaloxin (keflex) to treat bacerial meningitis. what laboratory tests are needed
prothrombin time

patient is to begin taking acyclovir (zovirax) IV to treat viral infection. cautious use is essential if patient has what

patient who takes oral contraceptive is about to begin rifampin (rifadin) therapy to treat tuberculosis. what is instructions
use additional contraception

which drugs should provider prescribe for patient who has streptococal pharyngitis and is allergic to penicillin

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Your patient has been switched from valproic acid (Depakote) to gabepentin (Neurontin). Which of the following is a false statement? a. Gabapentin (Neurontin) is also used for bipolar disorder therapy b. Gabapentin (Neurontin) requires more frequent hepatic monitoring c. Gabapentin …

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