Study Group Question - Do you think you know it? - page 24

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  1. by   Mariposa2009
    Quote from belle923
    an infant is born with congenital rubella. which precautions should you take?
    1. airborne
    2. no precautions are needed
    3. contact per the cdc
    4. droplet

    an infant is born to a mother who has visible vaginal herpes lesions. which precautions should you take?
    1. standard only
    2. contact correct
    3. droplet
    4. airborne

    a client has hep a and is incontinent of stool. which precautions should you take?
    1. contact correct
    2. standard only
    3. droplet
    4. blood borne

    you are going to suction a client with influenza. what ppe should be worn?
    1. mask, goggles
    2. gown, mask, gloves, goggles correct
    3. gloves
    4. mask, gloves

    you assign a nursing assistant to care for a client with shingles (herpes zoster). she tells you that she never had shingles only chicken pox (varicella zoster) and is unsure if she should care for the pt. what is the best response?
    1. "since you never had shingles, you should not be given this pt."
    2. "shingles is the reactivation of latent chicken pox. therefore, you can care for this pt." correct
    3. "after you care for this pt, you will need to be vaccinated."
    4. "you will need to don an n95 mask before entering the room."
    great job
  2. by   Mariposa2009
    Quote from mesmerizex
    an infant is born with congenital rubella. which precautions should you take?
    1. airborne
    2. no precautions are needed
    3. contact
    4. droplet

    an infant is born to a mother who has visible vaginal herpes lesions. which precautions should you take?
    1. standard only
    2. contact
    3. droplet
    4. airborne

    a client has hep a and is incontinent of stool. which precautions should you take?
    1. contact
    2. standard only
    3. droplet
    4. blood borne

    you are going to suction a client with influenza. what ppe should be worn?
    1. mask, goggles
    2. gown, mask, gloves, goggles-when suctioning you may come in contact with mucus/secreations and splashes of mucus. remember standard precautions are still used with all transmission based precautions.
    3. gloves
    4. mask, gloves

    you assign a nursing assistant to care for a client with shingles (herpes zoster). she tells you that she never had shingles only chicken pox (varicella zoster) and is unsure if she should care for the pt. what is the best response?
    1. "since you never had shingles, you should not be given this pt."
    2. "shingles is the reactivation of latent chicken pox. therefore, you can care for this pt."
    3. "after you care for this pt, you will need to be vaccinated."
    4. "you will need to don an n95 mask before entering the room."
    great job
  3. by   Mariposa2009
    Quote from ricaryx
    an infant is born with congenital rubella. which precautions should you take?
    1. airborne
    2. no precautions are needed
    3. contact per the cdc
    4. droplet

    an infant is born to a mother who has visible vaginal herpes lesions. which precautions should you take?
    1. standard only
    2. contact
    3. droplet
    4. airborne

    a client has hep a and is incontinent of stool. which precautions should you take?
    1. contact
    2. standard only
    3. droplet
    4. blood borne

    you are going to suction a client with influenza. what ppe should be worn?
    1. mask, goggles
    2. gown, mask, gloves, goggles-when suctioning you may come in contact with mucus/secreations and splashes of mucus. remember standard precautions are still used with all transmission based precautions.
    3. gloves
    4. mask, gloves

    you assign a nursing assistant to care for a client with shingles (herpes zoster). she tells you that she never had shingles only chicken pox (varicella zoster) and is unsure if she should care for the pt. what is the best response?
    1. "since you never had shingles, you should not be given this pt."
    2. "shingles is the reactivation of latent chicken pox. therefore, you can care for this pt."
    3. "after you care for this pt, you will need to be vaccinated."
    4. "you will need to don an n95 mask before entering the room."

    :spin:
    great job
  4. by   KAYBDT6
    :wlcmggrp:Back!!!

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    A pt is admitted to the ER after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. The pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the EKG shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- GI disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- LMWH
    4- warfarin

    Beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance_____________ YES/NO

    A pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- HCTZ
    4- lasix

    A pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- HCTZ
    2- Furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- Quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor


  5. by   mesmerizex


    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    A pt is admitted to the ER after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. The pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the EKG shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- GI disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- LMWH
    4- warfarin

    Beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance_____yes________ YES/NO

    A pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- HCTZ
    4- lasix

    A pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- HCTZ
    2- Furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- Quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
  6. by   belle923
    :wlcmggrp:back!!!

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    a pt is admitted to the er after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. the pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the ekg shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- gi disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- lmwh
    4- warfarin

    beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance: no

    a pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- hctz
    4- lasix

    a pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- hctz
    2- furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor

    i have not studied medications thoroughly but decided to give it a try!!
  7. by   ricaryx
    :wlcmggrp:back!!!

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enalapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    a pt is admitted to the er after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. the pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the ekg shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- gi disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- lmwh
    4- warfarin

    beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance_____________ yes/no

    a pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- hctz
    4- lasix

    a pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- hctz
    2- furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor



    i suck at pharmacology too but this is a good review:d thank you!
  8. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from mesmerizex

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enaprilace inhibitors
    2- clonidine -adrenergic can lead to rapid rise in blood pressure.
    3- diltiazem- ccb
    4- losartan- angiotensin 2

    a pt is admitted to the er after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. the pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the ekg shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband- antidote for digoxin is digiband or digoxin immune fab
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- gi disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- lmwh- such as fragmin, lovenox, arixtra and innohep
    4- warfarin

    beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance_____yes________ yes/no

    a pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- hctz
    4- lasix

    a pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- hctz
    2- furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
    for a welldone jab!!
  9. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from belle923
    :wlcmggrp:back!!!

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    a pt is admitted to the er after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. the pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the ekg shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband- antidote for digoxin. also known as digoxin immune fab
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual short acting
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal- long- acting
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- gi disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- lmwh
    4- warfarin

    beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance: no

    a pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- hctz
    4- lasix

    a pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- hctz
    2- furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone - do not cause tinnitus
    4- quinidine- cause tinnitus

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor

    i have not studied medications thoroughly but decided to give it a try!!
    goood jab!
  10. by   KAYBDT6
    Quote from ricaryx
    :wlcmggrp:back!!!

    which of the following anti-hypertensive medication can precipitate hypertensive crisis if the pt withdraw abruptly
    1- enalapril
    2- clonidine
    3- diltiazem
    4- losartan

    a pt is admitted to the er after ingesting 90mg digoxin tab. the pt v/s after admission are pulse 60bpm and the ekg shows 3rd degree heart block. what medication will the doctor prescribe initially
    1- lidocaine
    2- digiband
    3- atropine
    4- verapamil

    which drug will be useful in prevent nocturnal angina
    1- nitroglycerin sublingual
    2- digoxin
    3- nitoglycerin transdermal
    4- atenol

    what is the most common side effect of anti-hyperlipidemic drug
    1- heart palpitation
    2- migraine headache
    3- gi disturbance
    4- elevated blood pressure

    which medication can be given to a pregnant pt with thrombosis
    1- heparin
    2- alteplase
    3- lmwh
    4- warfarin

    beta- blocker interfere with sexual performance_______ yes/no

    a pt is placed on diuretic to decrease calcium excretion. after few weeks the pt develop gout attack. which type of diuretic is the pt taking
    1- loop diuretic
    2- spironolactone
    3- hctz
    4- lasix

    a pt is diagnose with hepatic cirrhosis and the pt have ascites and edema. which medication can control the ascites and edema
    1- hctz
    2- furosemide
    3- spironolactone
    4- lasix

    which of the following anti-arrhythmic drug can cause headache, dizziness and tinnitus
    1- propranol
    2- verapamil
    3- amiodarone
    4- quinidine

    which medication need to be taken to prevent mountain sickness in pt who went for a mountain climbing trip
    1- anticholinergic
    2- loop diuretic
    3- beta-blocker
    4- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor



    i suck at pharmacology too but this is a good review:d thank you!
    i feel you........keep trying!!:rcgtku::rcgtku:
  11. by   KAYBDT6
    A pt have an incomplete abortion @ 14weeks. After D&C the pt is transferred to the room and the nurse assess the pt v/s and amt of bleeding. what should the nurse do next
    1- assess the pt fundus
    2- determine the blood type and coombs status of the pt
    3- have the pt to sign the content form for D&C
    4- provide support for the pt.

    A discharge instruction is given to a pt who had just have D&C following incomplete abortion. what teaching should the nurse instruct the pt to follow. SATA
    1- abstain from sexual intercourse for 6weeks
    2- report temp greater than 101*F to the nurse
    3- remain on best rest for 3days following surgery
    4- take Rx analgesic for 2-3days
    5- avoid lifting heavy object until the bleeding stop

    A pregnant pt with sign of persistent headache, dizziness, HTN, blurred vision and dark brown discharge indicate what complication of pregnancy
    1- threatened abortion
    2- PIH
    3- Hydatidiform mole
    4- Ectopic pregnancy

    what are the risk factor associated with pre-clampsia. SATA
    1- ABO incompatibility
    2- family Hx
    3- chronic HTN
    4- obesity
    5- renal disease
    6- Age 20-40yrs
    7- multiparity

    which Sx indicate Amniotic Fluid Embolism. SATA
    1- dypnea
    2- hypotension
    3- elevated fever
    4- cardiac arrest
    5- Tachycardia
    6- foul smelling amniotic fluid
    7- petechiae
  12. by   mesmerizex
    kaye thank you so much for this wonderful thread. I just took my exam yesterday and i bombed it I got a pop up from pearson trick too that says im already scheduled and contact bon im crossing my fingers that its true! on sunday il know my result! you are awesome! thank you so much
  13. by   NewAggieGrad09
    Quote from kaybdt6
    a pt have an incomplete abortion @ 14weeks. after d&c the pt is transferred to the room and the nurse assess the pt v/s and amt of bleeding. what should the nurse do next
    1- assess the pt fundus
    2- determine the blood type and coombs status of the pt
    3- have the pt to sign the content form for d&c
    4- provide support for the pt.

    a discharge instruction is given to a pt who had just have d&c following incomplete abortion. what teaching should the nurse instruct the pt to follow. sata
    1- abstain from sexual intercourse for 6weeks
    2- report temp greater than 101*f to the nurse
    3- remain on best rest for 3days following surgery
    4- take rx analgesic for 2-3days
    5- avoid lifting heavy object until the bleeding stop

    a pregnant pt with sign of persistent headache, dizziness, htn, blurred vision and dark brown discharge indicate what complication of pregnancy
    1- threatened abortion
    2- pih
    3- hydatidiform mole
    4- ectopic pregnancy

    what are the risk factor associated with pre-clampsia. sata
    1- abo incompatibility
    2- family hx
    3- chronic htn
    4- obesity
    5- renal disease
    6- age 20-40yrs
    7- multiparity

    which sx indicate amniotic fluid embolism. sata
    1- dypnea
    2- hypotension
    3- elevated fever
    4- cardiac arrest
    5- tachycardia
    6- foul smelling amniotic fluid
    7- petechiae
    i literally cried as i tried to answer these....i'm just having a hard time with this set. i have never even heard of amniotic fluid embolism so i just took a stab at it.

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