I start nursing classes in 2 weeks and have been browsing through some of the books. Theres questions in the books where the thinking is totally different than the way I think (geared toward how nurses are supposed to think) but I'm kind of stuck on this.An 86 year old patient is being discharged to home on digitalis therapy and has very little information regarding the medication. Which of the following statements best reflects a realistic goal or outcome of patient teaching activites?a. The patient and patient daughter will state the correct dosing and administeration of the drug.b. The nurse will provide teaching about the drug's adverse effects. c. The patient will state all symptoms of digitalis toxicity.d. The patient will call the physician if adverse effects occur.I ruled out answer -a- and -c- and thought -b- and -d- should be the correct.I thought the nurse should inform the patient of the drug and if anything were to happen to the patient would notify his physician.But the book states -a- is the correct answer.WHy would that be? Isn't it dangerous for the patient and his daughter to state when and how much of the drug to take?Wouldn't the physician be the one ordering the time and amount of the drug?Or is this something I would learn when school starts? Is this a thinking process that I am missing or am I not thinking like a nurse?