You are planning for your morning medication administration. Which medications do you need to make sure are given with food? Select all that apply.


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- Humalog

- Ibuprofen

- Pancrelipase

- Lantus

- Levothyroxine


Humalog is a short acting insulin and needs to be given with food. Ibuprofen is a NSAID that can irritate the stomach if not taken with food. Pancrelipase is an panreatic enzyme that helps with digestion of food and needs to be taken with food. Levothyroxine is a thyroid hormone replacement that needs to be taken on an empty stomach and Lantus is a long acting insulin that is given at bedtime.


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