Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies QuestionDifficulty
The doctor ordered pain medication for a client who reports they are experiencing 10/10 pain. The nurse reviews the medication administration record and sees an order foe which of the following pain medications?...
A client with type II diabetes is getting educated on their medications because the client was unsure why they took any of their medications so they don’t take them all everyday. Which medication should the nurse educate this client on to help control their blood sugar levels?...
A client comes into the emergency room with an asthma attack. The nurse reads over the orders and notes a breathing treatment and a steroid is ordered. Which of the following medication should the nurse be giving prior to giving the breathing treatment?...
After behavioral therapy has failed to help the client stay focused long enough to complete their studies, the nurse knows the next step is medication. Which of the following medication is an example of what the client might be prescribed?...
A client is experiencing hyper emesis gravidarum and is not getting any relief from zofran. Which of the following medications is the next step in nausea control?...
A client is experiencing constipation for the past 6 days. An X-ray confirms this and the doctor is concerned about a blockage if the client doesn’t have a bowel movement soon. Which of the following medicaitons pulls water into the colon to soften the stool?...
With an open broken leg after falling out of a tree stand, the client is in 10/10 pan. Which of the following medications would be appropriate for this client?...
A client with a history of seizures is taking medications at home to help control the seizures. The client remebers that they are taking Keppra, however they can’t remember the name of the medication that the doctor has just prescribed. Which of the following medications are possibly the medication that has been prescribed for this client?...
A client who has sinusitis is being prescribed an IV dose of antibacterial medication before the client goes home. Which of the following medications would be prescribed for this client?...
A client has an increased Thyroid stimulating hormone count in their blood work. The nurse knows this means that the body is trying to tell the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormones. Which of the following medication increased the production of triiodothyronine?...
A client is experiencing constipation for the past 6 days. An X-ray confirms this and the doctor is concerned about a blockage if the client doesn’t have a bowel movement soon. Which of the following medicaitons pulls water into the colon to soften the stool?...
A client reports they feel very anxious, they came to the hospital because they were feeling like they didn’t want to live any more. Which of the following medications would be appropriate for this client?...
A client is dizzy, hypotensive, and weak. Blood work confirms adrenal insufficiency. The client needs an isotonic solution to replace lost fluids. Which of the following is an isotonic solution?...
A client has been experiencing vomiting and diarrhea for the past 6 days and is now dehydrated. The client needs a hypotonic solution. Which of the following solutions are hypotonic?...
With multiple kidney stones in the renal pelvis that are going to pass on their own, the nurse knows that the client will probably take which of the following medication to help with pain in the ureters?...
After becoming alert and oriented to person place time and situation post grand mal siezure, the client informs the nurse that they haven’t been taking their antisiezure medications due to not having enough money to buy them. Which of the following medication does the client take for their siezures?...
A client reports they need to take their normal dose of antihypertensive medication at this time. The nurse asks what medication it is and the client is unsure of the name but knows it is a round blue pill. Which of the following medications is this client talking about?...
A mother tells the nurse that she gave her child 2 teaspoons of Tylenol. The nurse knows this is how many mL?...
A nurse is preparing Synthroid for a client. The ordered dose is 62.5 mcg. The medication comes in the following preparations: 25, 50, 75, and 100 mcg. The pills are scored and able to be cut in half. Which configuration would require the least amount of pills for the patient to ingest?...
The doctor orders fluid maintenance of 10mL/kg/hr. The patient weighs 145 lbs. How many mL per minute will the patient be recieving?...