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Pharmacotherapeutics

Nursing

Quiz 13 :

Anti-Inflammatory, Antiallergic, and Immunologic Drugs

Quiz 13 :

Anti-Inflammatory, Antiallergic, and Immunologic Drugs

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A provider orders hydroxyzine for a patient with acute urticaria. What information will the provider include when teaching the patient about this drug?
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C

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A 60-year-old female patient is about to begin long-term therapy with a glucocorticoid. Which intervention will the provider prescribe to help minimize the patient's risk of developing osteoporosis?
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B

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A provider caring for a patient infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) will be most concerned about which lab result?
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D

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A patient who has seasonal allergies works as a truck driver and needs the least sedating antihistamine to control symptoms. Which medication will the provider recommend?
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A pregnant patient in her third trimester asks the nurse whether she can take aspirin for headaches. Which response by the nurse is correct?
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An older male patient takes furosemide and low-dose aspirin. Urine output is low despite the diuretic. Today's blood pressure is 140/80 mm Hg and the serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) levels are elevated. The patient has also gained 10-pounds over the past 3 months. What action will the provider discuss with the patient?
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A provider is about to prescribe prednisone to a patient for tendonitis. What item in the patient's medical history would cause the provider to reconsider that action?
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A patient taking a glucocorticoid for arthritis reports feeling bloated and peripheral edema is noted. Which action by the provider is relevant to the care of this patient?
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A 1-year-old child receives the MMR vaccine. The next day, the child's parent calls to report that the child has a temperature of 102.8F. What action will the provider take?
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An adolescent is brought to the emergency department after consuming a bottle of extended-release acetaminophen tablets between 8 and 10 hours ago. Which intervention will the provider order?
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A patient taking high doses of a glucocorticoid develops weakness in the muscles of the upper arms and in the legs. What action will the provider take?
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A provider prescribing vaccines to a child with an immune deficiency disorder will avoid ordering which vaccination?
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A patient who takes aspirin for rheumatoid arthritis develops a headache and tinnitus. The patient's lab result includes a plasma salicylate level of 300 g/mL, and a urine pH of 6.0. What action will the provider take?
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A 2-month-old infant presents with a low-grade fever, runny nose, and severe bursts of coughing resulting in transient cyanosis. When taking a history, the provider will specifically inquire about the vaccination history for which condition?
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A 3-year-old child who has asthma is in the clinic for a well-child checkup. The nurse notes that the child is up to date for the DTaP, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and the MMR vaccines but has only had one each of the Hib, the rotavirus, and the PCV13 vaccines. Which vaccine will the provider prescribe for this child?
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A patient who takes aspirin daily is scheduled for surgery in 1 week. What action will the provider suggest to minimize the patient's risk for injury?
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A 2-month-old infant is scheduled to receive the first dose of DTaP. What information will the provider include in instructions given to the parents?
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A provider is caring for a patient who has undergone organ transplantation. Because the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules of the donor are different from those of the patient, the provider will prescribe a drug from which drug class?
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Parents report that their 5-year-old child has frequent motion sickness. Which antihistamine will the provider recommend?
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A 5-year-old child with seasonal allergies has been taking 2.5 mL of cetirizine syrup once daily. The parents tell the provider that the child does not like the syrup, and they do not think that the drug is effective. The provider will discuss which change in medication therapy?
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