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it is ok for your pt to stop taking antibiotics as soon as they feel fine.
a) true b) false c) d)
route of administration from slowest to quickest is:
a) iv, im, sub-q, oral b) oral, sub-q, im, iv c) oral, im, sub-q, iv d) sub-q, iv, im, oral
oral medications take about 40 minutes to reach the blood stream
a) true b) false c) d)
nitroglycerin must be stored in the light
a) true b) false c) d)
baseline data is used to evaluate therapeutic effects and evaluate adverse effects
a) true b) false c) d)
contraindication is for extreme high risk and precaution is for low-moderate risk
a) true b) false c) d)
which of these is not a factor that can increase risk of adverse reactions
a) liver and kidney function b) age c) pregnancy d) race
common cause for faled self medication in geriatric patients is that the drug was simply not needed in the dosasge prescribed.
a) true b) false c) d)
which of these are not included with respect to drug therapy that is the nurses responsibility:
a) must judge the appropriateness of rpescribed regimen b) identify potential health problems c) determine patients capacity for self care d) prescribe the correct doase
a nurse can question a drugs appropriateness in all of these except:
a) drug has no action that is known to benefit individuals b) patient failed to respond to drug in past c) patient had serious adverse reaction/drug is contraindicated d) patient asks for different drug route
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