A nurse is about to administer medications to a patient with the following allergies: Penicillians, Ibuprofen, and Sulfa drugs. The nurse holds which medication for clarification with the physician?

 

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- Motrin

- Zithromax

- Cipro

- Aspirin

Rationale

Ibuprofen is the generic name for Motrin and this client has an allergy to Motrin, the nurse should hold the medication and ask the client for the type of allergy as well as ask the physician if they would like to change the medication to another pain medication.

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