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Diazepam is the _______ name.
a) Trade b) Official c) Chemical d) Generic
These drugs have the highest potential for abuse and have no currently accepted medical use in the United States.
a) Schedule I b) Schedule II c) Schedule III d) Schedule V
Pediatric drug dosage is based on a child's age rather than their weight or body surface area.
a) True b) False c) d)
This route of medication administration is considered slow rate of absorption.
a) Intravenous b) Sublingual c) Rectal d) Oral
This is an individuals capacity to endure medications.
a) Drug dependance b) Idiosyncratic reaction c) Hyposensitivity d) Tolerance
When placing an IV line, the best indication of accidental arterial puncture is:
a) an absense of a distal pulse b) bright red blood spurting from the cannula c) air bubbles at the proximal end of the needle d) swelling and intese pain around the puncture site
This vein can sometimes make it difficult to position the catheter flush with skin
a) Digital b) Antecubital c) Accessory cepahlic d) Metacarpal
An example of a contraindication to IV therapy would be?
a) Pediatric patient b) Unconcious patient c) Hydrated patient d) Patient with burned extremities
The risk(s) associated with IV therapy include:
a) Bleeding b) Infiltration c) Infection d) All the above
Elderly patients have more prominent veins and less resistant skin.
a) True b) False c) d)
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