You are planning for your morning medication administration. Which medications do you need to make sure are given right before the patient eats their meal? Select all that apply.


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- Levothyroxine

- Omeprazole

- Ibuprofen

- Novalog

- Aspirin


A patient needs to take Levothyroxine and omeprazole on an empty stomach, therefore should be given an hour before or two hours after a meal. Ibuprofen and aspirin should be given with food. Novolog is a fast acting insulin and needs to be given with food as well.


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