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The family of a patient who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimers disease is asking about the

The family of a patient who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimers disease is asking about the new drug prescribed to treat this disease. The patients wife says, Im so excited that there are drugs that can cure this disease! I cant wait for him to start treatment. Which reply from the nurse is appropriate? a The sooner he starts the medicine, the sooner it […]

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A patient has been admitted to the emergency department after a suspected overdose of…

A patient has been admitted to the emergency department after a suspected overdose of benzodiazepines mixed with alcohol. The patient is lethargic and cannot speak. The nurse expects which immediate measures to be implemented? (Select all that apply.) a Prepare to administer naloxone (Narcan). b Prepare to administer flumazenil. c Monitor the patient for convulsions. d Prepare for potential respiratory arrest. e Apply restraints.

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In the past 2 years, Mr. L., a 56-year-old architect, has experienced three episodes of deep vein…

In the past 2 years, Mr. L., a 56-year-old architect, has experienced three episodes of deep vein thrombosis. All occurred without complications, and all were treated successfully with anticoagulant therapy and bed rest. He now arrives at the urgent care center because of increased pain and swelling in his left calf that has lasted for the past 3 days. Initially he is given 5000 units […]

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Patient remains free from injury due to taking medication as prescribed and preventing/managing…

Patient remains free from injury due to taking medication as prescribed and preventing/managing adverse reactions. Patient keeps all follow-up appointments with the prescriber to maintain safe therapy. Patient follows instructions to avoid sudden withdrawal of hypertensive drugs to prevent rebound hypertensive crises and experiences minimal complications/injury to self.

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M.S., a 68-year-old accountant, has been diagnosed with coronary artery disease (CAD) after…

M.S., a 68-year-old accountant, has been diagnosed with coronary artery disease (CAD) after experiencing chest pain at times when he jogs. After undergoing a thorough physical examination, including cardiac catheterization, he is given a prescription for extended-release nitroglycerin capsules, 6.5 mg, three times a day. He also has a prescription for 0.4-mg sublingual nitroglycerin tablets to take as needed for chest pain. 1. What type […]

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A patient calls the family practice office to report that he has seen his pills in his stools when..

A patient calls the family practice office to report that he has seen his pills in his stools when he has a bowel movement. How will the nurse respond? a The pills are not being digested properly. You need to take them on an empty stomach. b The pills are not being digested properly. You need to take them with food. c What you are […]

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R.C., a 28-year-old woman, has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism due to Graves disease. Her…

R.C., a 28-year-old woman, has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism due to Graves disease. Her health care provider has explained the proposed therapy with propylthiouracil to her and her husband. She has no other known health problems at this time. 1. What laboratory studies will be performed before drug therapy with propylthiouracil is started? Explain your answer. 2. R.C. asks, What do I need to know […]

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Patient continues to show normal cardiac output while receiving diuretic therapy, as evidenced by…

Patient continues to show normal cardiac output while receiving diuretic therapy, as evidenced by vital signs, adequate intake, and output within normal limits (pulse between 60 and 100 beats/min; blood pressure 120/80 mm Hg or within normal parameters; urine output 30 mL/hr or higher). Patient has strong pedal pulses and warm, pink extremities with rapid capillary refill.

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An elderly patient has been discharged following treatment for a mild case of heart failure. He will

An elderly patient has been discharged following treatment for a mild case of heart failure. He will be taking a loop diuretic. Which instruction(s) from the nurse are appropriate? (Select all that apply.) a Take the diuretic at the same time each morning. b Take the diuretic only if you notice swelling in your feet. c Be sure to stand up slowly because the medicine […]

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A patient is experiencing severe diarrhea, flushing, and lifethreatening hypotension associated with

A patient is experiencing severe diarrhea, flushing, and lifethreatening hypotension associated with carcinoid crisis. The nurse will prepare to administer which drug? a octreotide (Sandostatin) b vasopressin (Pitressin) c somatropin (Humatrope) d cosyntropin (Cortrosyn)

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A nurse with adequate knowledge about the administration of intravenous nitroglycerin will recognize

A nurse with adequate knowledge about the administration of intravenous nitroglycerin will recognize that which statement is correct? a The intravenous form is given by IV push injection. b Because the intravenous forms are short-lived, the dosing must be every 2 hours. c Intravenous nitroglycerin must be protected from exposure to light through use of special tubing. d Intravenous nitroglycerin can be given via gravity […]

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The nurse is reviewing the use of bethanechol (Urecholine) in a patient who is experiencing…

The nurse is reviewing the use of bethanechol (Urecholine) in a patient who is experiencing postoperative urinary retention. Which statement best describes the mechanism of action of bethanechol? a It causes decreased bladder tone and motility. b It causes increased bladder tone and motility. c It increases the sensation of a full bladder. d It causes the sphincters in the bladder to become tighter.

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1. Patientssymptoms of dysrhythmia and subsequent decreased cardiac output are decreased and/or…

1. Patientssymptoms of dysrhythmia and subsequent decreased cardiac output are decreased and/or alleviated. 2. Patients peripheral pulses are equal, strong and regular bilaterally with warm, pink extremities. 3 Patient states rationale for taking medication as prescribed as well as its therapeutic effects and adverse effects. Patient experiences increase in energy and stamina and improved ability to carry out activities of daily living due to positive […]

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When administering beta blockers, the nurse will follow which guideline for administration and…

When administering beta blockers, the nurse will follow which guideline for administration and monitoring? a The drug may be discontinued at any time. b Postural hypotension rarely occurs with this drug. c Tapering off the medication is necessary to prevent rebound hypertension. d The patient needs to stop taking the medication at once if he or she gains 3 to 4 pounds in a week.

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A patient with diabetes has a new prescription for a thiazide diuretic. Which statement will the…

A patient with diabetes has a new prescription for a thiazide diuretic. Which statement will the nurse include when teaching the patient about the thiazide drug? a There is nothing for you to be concerned about when you are taking the thiazide diuretic. b Be sure to avoid foods that are high in potassium. c You need to take the thiazide at night to avoid […]

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1. Decreased cardiac output related to the pathology of coronary artery disease 2. Deficient…

1. Decreased cardiac output related to the pathology of coronary artery disease 2. Deficient knowledge related to first-time use of antianginal drugs and a new diagnosis of coronary artery disease 3. Risk for injury to self related to possible adverse drug effect of hypotension with subsequent dizziness and/or syncope/ falls

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