Which of the following medications would NOT be administered to a patient experiencing pancreatitis? Select all that apply.

 

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- Insulin

- H2 blockers

- Proton Pump inhibitors

- Dextrose

- Cholinergics

Rationale

Patients experiencing pancreatits are frequently given insulin (not dextrose) and anticholinergics (not cholinergics), as well as H2 blockers and PPI's.

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