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You are planning for your morning medication administration. Which medications do you need to make sure are given before the patient eats their meal? Select all that apply....
You are planning for your morning medication administration. Which medications do you need to make sure are given with food? Select all that apply....
You are giving a patient IV epinephrine during a cardiac arrest. You know this will cause the patients heart to beat faster and their blood pressure to increase because epinephrine has an affinity for which receptors? Select all that apply....
While reviewing home medications with a patient that has Marfans Syndrome, you expect the patient to be taking which kind of medication?...
You have a patient with Marfans Syndrome and you are reviewing their medications. You expect to see blood pressure lowering medications such as a calcium channel blocker or an ACE inhibitor because you know that patients with Marfans Syndrome are at risk for which condition?...
A 2 year old child with a honey crusted facial rash is diagnosed with impetigo. The patients mother asks you what is used to treat imetigo. Which medication should you tell the mother?...
A 20 year old female who is admitted after a car accident leaving her without her lower left foot, has just mastered her first few steps and friends, family and staff are celebrating. The patients roommate in the hospital is super excited and orders a special treat for her roommate. The treat comes and the patient takes a bite of her celebratory cupcake when all of a sudden the patient starts to turn blue and her lips start to swell. The roommate was not aware that the patient was allergic to nuts and now your patient is having an anaphylactic reaction. You grab Epinephrine 1:1,000 concentration. Which route is the appropriate route to give this medication?...
After leaving your patients room, you walk by a patients room that has a lot of commotion going on in it. A nurse pokes their head out of the door and asks you to go grab a vile of epinephrine 1:10,000 concentration because they have ran out. Based on this information, what is most likely going on in this patients room?...
You are talking with your patient who is admitted for a Non-ST elevated Myocardial Infarction all of a sudden goes into cardiac arrest. You push the code blue button and start compressions. The physician arrives and wants to give epinephrine. Which concentration of epinephrine do you give?...
A 20 year old female who is admitted after a car accident leaving her without her lower left foot, has just mastered her first few steps and friends, family and staff are celebrating. The patients roommate in the hospital is super excited and orders a special treat for her roommate. The treat comes and the patient takes a bite of her celebratory cupcake when all of a sudden the patient starts to turn blue and her lips start to swell. The roommate was not aware that the patient was allergic to nuts and now your patient is having an anaphylactic reaction. What medication do you get for the patient?...
You are working in the ED and have just recieved a patient with an asthma exacerbation. Which of the following medication orders would you question?...
You have had a challenging time controlling pain for your intubated patient who was in a motor vehicle accident. A combination of a Diprivan infusion with intermitent and alternating doses Oxycodone (administered via feeding time) and Fentanyl IV have seemed to provide the most consistent and adequate relief. Your patient is about to be extubated. Which of the following medication orders would you question, post-extubation?...
You are working in the emergency department. Your patient presented with stroke-symptoms. A non-contrast head CT was performed and was negative for hemorrhagic stroke. The physician wants tissue plasminogen-activase administered, and has placed the following orders. Which of the following orders must be completed first?...
The nurse is preparing to provide a dressing change for a patient. The physician has ordered morphine 2-4 mg for pain q 2 hours. The client is awake and oriented and reports a pain of 1 on a scale of 0-10. What should the nurse do next?...
Identify which of the following medications are for thyroid regulation...
Which of the following is the most important thing to ask a client who has fallen and bumped their head?...
A client has a history of seizures and takes carbamazepine (Tegretol). Which of the following drugs does the RN question for this patient?...
A client has just been started on a PCA pump of Morphine, the nurse should also expect which of the following orders?...
What should the nurse educate a teenage girl on as they start their new birthcontrol pills Ethinyl Estradiol and Norgestrel? Select all that apply....
When asking a mother how much tylenol she gave her child, the mother responds, “one tablespoon” The nurse knows that one tablespoon is the equivelant of how many ounces?...