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NUR 2407 Pharmacology Quiz 2 / NUR2407 Pharmacology Quiz 2(NEWEST 2020): Rasmussen College (ANSWERS VERIFIED 100% CORRECT)

NUR 2407 Section P2 Pharmacology Quiz 2 / NUR2407 Section P2 Pharmacology Quiz 2(Latest 2020): Rasmussen College NUR 2407 Section P2 Pharmacology Quiz 2: (Latest 2020): Rasmussen College NUR2407 Section P2 Pharmacology Quiz 2: (Latest 2020): Rasmussen College NUR2407 Module 02 End of Module Open Book Quiz: (Latest 2020): Rasmussen College • Question 1 The provider is considering starting a diabetic client on valproic acid (Depakote) for nerve pain this week. During the health history, the patient tells the nurse, "I drink a six pack of beer daily and two to three packs on the weekend." The priority nursing action would be to… • Question 2 The client diagnosed with a general anxiety disorder is prescribed alprazolam (Xanax), a benzodiazepine. Which information should the nurse discuss with the client? • Question 3 A client is using a prn scopolamine patch for motion sickness. Knowing that the medication has anticholinergic side effects, the client should be taught to anticipate which side effects? (Select all that apply) • Question 4 A nurse is taking a history on a client admitted for medication-related syncope. Which of these comments from the client needs to be reported to the physician? (Select all that apply) • Question 5 A 68 year old male has a history of seizures and has been taking phenytoin (Dilantin) for years. His last seizure occurred 2 years ago, so he has decided he no longer needs the medication. What would be the best action of the nurse? (Select all the apply) • Question 6 For which client would a beta adrenergic blocker be indicated? • Question 7 A nurse recognizes that the actions of benzodiazepines include which of the following benefits? (Select all that apply) • Question 8 Before giving an adrenergic drug for wheezing, which sign would concern the nurse most? • Question 9 A client with Alzheimer's disease has been taking Exelon (rivastigmine), a cholinesterase inhibitor for a week. What anticipated side effects of this cholinergic medication would the nurse anticipate? • Question 10 The most common adverse effect associated with antiepileptic medications is CNS depression. Knowing this, which signs and symptoms would the nurse watch for during assessment? (Select all that apply) • Question 11 Which teaching point is correct with respect to the concept of "tolerance"? • Question 12 A nurse is reviewing a client's list of medications and notices that he is taking two anticholinergics. Which of his recent symptoms could be caused by his anticholinergic medications? (Select all that apply) • Question 13 A nurse is caring for a patient who has been taking phenytoin (Dilantin) for 6 weeks. Upon review of the laboratory results the nurse notes the patient's phenytoin level is 18 mcg/mL. What is the nurse's best action? • Question 14 A client who has been taking an antiepileptic medication with a narrow therapeutic window for 2 weeks seems confused and forgetful. What should be the priority action of the nurse? • Question 15 A nurse in the emergency department is caring for a client whose family reports that she had taken an overdose of diazepam. Which of the following medications should the nurse have available to reverse the CNS depression caused by this drug? • Question 16 A nurse is caring for a client being treated with Minipress (prazosin), an alpha blocker. What counseling should the client receive? • Question 17 What lab value will best reflect renal function in a client taking multiple medications? • Question 18 Which statement regarding the blood-brain barrier demonstrates a need for further teaching? • Question 19 How would a nurse explain the way pilocarpine (Salagen) would resolve related dry mouth. • Question 20 What advice should parents of a child taking Ritalin (methylphenidate) receive? (Select all that apply)

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