Pharmacology Practice 2016 B

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

Ranitidine
can cause hepatotoxic causes jaundice

Fluticasone treats asthma and the spacer decreases the risk for which of the AE?
Oral candidiasis

Cefazolin IV nurse notes client has anxiety, hypotension, and dyspnea. What med should the nurse administer?
Epinephrine

Ciprofloxacin (fluoroquinolone) for a client with a urinary tract infection
I will report any signs of tendon pain or swelling

hypertension and taking metoprolol interventions for care
determine apical pulse before administering

Digoxin toxicity Adverse Effects
Report and monitor yellow tinged vision

Bupropion(atypical antidepressant) as an aid to quit smoking what is an adverse effect of the medication?
(Insomnia) agitation mania

Docusate sodium action
reduces the surface tension allowing water to penetrate more easily stool

Furosemide
CHECK

Cromolyn
using prior to physical activity

Lisinopril AE
Persistent cough

can you take aspirin with Warfarin
Aspirin will increase the risk of bleeding

Oxybutynin for urinary incontinence
Dry mouth
blurred vision
dry eyes

Cefazolin (cephalosporin) can potentiate nephrotoxicity if administered with
Gentamicin

When taking lithium you should discontinue what OTC medication?
Ibuprofen ^ lithium levels

Ceftazadime which lab findings is priority for the nurse to report prior to administering
Creatinine 2.6

AE of isoniazid report what?
Yellowish skin tones it can cause isoniazid

Heparin AE
Blood in the urine

Amitriptyline AE
Dry mouth

medication reconciliation what should you teach?
a transition in care requires the nurse to conduct medication reconciliation

Epoetin alfa monitor what?
increase blood pressure(hypertension)

nitroglycerin understand the teaching?
I will take the patch off right after my evening meal

Heparin discontinue if you find
a platelet count less than 100,000 because heparin induced thrombocytopenia

oprelvekin what is the effectiveness of the therapy
increased platelet count stimulates bone marrow to produce platelets

Diltiazem understands the teaching when
I will check my heart rate before i take the medication

fluoxetine understands the teaching
i should take acetaminophen instead of ibuprofen for my headaches while taking this medication

acute acetaminophen toxicity administer what?
Acetylcysteine

Teaching about neural tube defects to a client who is planning a pregnancy what vitamin should the nurse instruct to take?
Folic acid

ergotamine sublingual to treat migraine headaches what should you teach to include in instructions
Take one tablet at onset of migraine

Metoclopramide following bowel surgery what adverse effect to look for?
Sedation affects with the CNS

myasthenia gravis and is in a cholinergic crisis. what should the nurse administer?
Atropine

cholecystectomy with placement of close suction drain and is receiving morphine via controlled analgesia for pain. what is the assessment priority?
respiratory rate

morphine and opiod can cause
respiratory depression constipation and urinary retention

Multiple sclerosis and new prescription for methylprednisolone
-blood glucose will be monitored
-avoid contact with person who has infection
-grapefruit juice can increase the blood levels

oral amoxicllin/clavulanate and reports urticaria what actions should the nurse take?
request change in antibiotic because allery

gentamicin AE
Tinnitus

chlordiazepoxide what is outcome
prevents delirium tremens during acute alcohol withdrawal

assessing a client 1 hour after administereing morphine for pain. morphine has been effective when?
the client rates pain 3 out of 10

a nurse is administering donepezil who has alzheimers disease. which should the nurse report immediately?
Dyspnea

mannitol monitor for which AE
(bibasilar crackles) heart failure and pulmonary edema

allopurinol for tx of gout which of the info should the nurse include in the teaching?
drink 2 L of water(prevents renal stone formation)

atorvastatin for hyperlipdemia which lab values should be monitored?
creatinine kinase. (can develop rhabdomyolysis

Peptic ulcer disease new prescription for sucralfate. what should be taught?
Forms a protective barrier over ulcers

client who is receiving haloperidol what is an adverse effect?
(akathisia) dystonia, pseudoparkinsonism

a nurse is caring for a patient who is taking aspirin for arthristis. what is an indication client is experiencing salicylism.
tinnitus

administer dantrolene to a client who developed malignant hyperthermia. what actions should the nurse take?
reconstitute the intial dose with 60 mL sterile water without a bacteriostatic agent

patient taking tamoxifen for tx of breast cancer. what is an AE?
hot flashes

captopril what is understanding of the teaching?
I should tell my provider if i develop sore throat

amoxicillin/clavulanic client is allergic to penicillin what action should nurse take?
withhold the medication

risedronate for tx of osteoporosis. what statement states the client understands the teaching?
i should sit up for 30 minutes after taking it because it will reduce espohagitis and dyspepsia.

administered 2 doses of betamethasone to a client preterm labor. after delivery of the newborn the nurse understands the medication was effective when she observes?
the newborn has normal respiratory patterns

diazepam overdose what to administer
flumazenil

client takes propylthiouracil for tx graves disease. what findings should nurse identify that medication has been affective
increase in ability to focus

a nurse is caring for a patinet who has heart failure and is prescribed enalapril. monitor for what AE?
hyperkalemia potassium rentention by kidneys

a newly nurse is caring for four clients and a nurse completes an incident report for what action?
administers isosrbide mononitrate to a client who has a bp of 82/60.
vasodilation can lead to hypotension

AE of fluoxetine what is an AE?
(sexual dysfunction) includes decreased libio , impotence, and delayed oprgasm all AE of SSRIS

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 nurse is providing teaching to a client who has a prescription for trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include in the teaching? Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water daily A nurse at an urgent care …

A nurse is assessing a client who is taking propylthiouracil for the treatment of Graves disease. Which of the following findings should the nurse identify as as an indication of the medication has been effective? Increase in ability to focus …

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When taking trimethroprim/Sulfamethoxazole, the nurse should instruct the client to take the medication with or without food? With food, one hour before or two hours after a meal. The medication should be taken on an empty stomach Trimethroprim/sulfamethoxazole: the nurse …

A nurse is receiving report on a client who is postoperative following an open repair of Zenker’s Diverticulum. The nurse should anticipate the surgical incision to be in which of the following locations? (You will find hot spots to select …

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