Endocrine Module Review

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1.  During patient teaching for client's taking sitagliptin/Januvia, the nurse should instruct the patient to report symptoms such as nasal and throat inflammation, as these may be signs of?
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2.  A patient who has was recently prescribed propylthiouracil/PTU has returned for a follow-up exam.  The nurse knows to assess for _____________, which is NOT one of the expected side/adverse effects, and could be a sign of hyperthyroidism.
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3.  A patient taking glipizide/Glucotrol is showing s/s of  hypoglycemia.  You  take the patients vital signs, 98.6° F (37° C); heart rate, 120 and regular; respirations, 20; SpO2, 98% on room air; and BP, 110/60.  What action should you take next?
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4.  The patient taking desmopressin/DDVAP should have urine output monitored because of the side/adverse effect of:
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5.  Side/Adverse effects of propylthiouracil/PTU include:
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6.  The nurse should Inform clients taking levothyroxine/Synthroid that the treatment is considered to be _________, requiring ongoing medical assessment of thyroid function.
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7.  When prescribing sitagliptin/Januvia to a patient with diabetes mellitus, the nurse knows to use caution with patients who have:
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8.  One of the uses of radioactive iodine-131/ Iodotope is to treat:
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9.  Exenatide/Byetta can be used in conjunction with a(n) ___ ___________ agent, usually metformin or a sulfonylurea.
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10.  An adverse reaction to acarbose/Precase is?
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11.  What should the nurse include in patient teaching regarding radioactive iodine-131/ Iodotope?
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12.  When teaching a diabetic client prescribed glipizide/Glucotrol, the nurse knows they should advise the client to avoid _______, because it lowers blood sugar and may interfere with diabetes treatment.
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13.  The nurse knows that to to help prevent hypoglycemia, the patient should be aware that exenatide/Byetta peaks in about ___ hours.
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14.  You are teaching a client prescribed repaglinide/Prandin about their medication.  The client says they usually have a very busy schedule, and sometimes have to miss meal.  What should you instruct the client to do when taking repaglinide/Prandin if they skip a meal?
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15.  Due to the risk of acute renal failure, metformin/glucophage should be temporarily stopped in people undergoing procedures involving __________ _________, which causes temporary damage to the kidneys.
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16.  The nurse should advise clients taking hydrocortisone/Hydrocortone to report symptoms like coffee-ground emesis, bloody or tarry stools, abdominal pain, which could be signs and symptoms of:
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17.  When reviewing the medication history of a newly diagnosed client with diabetes mellitus, the nurse knows that before prescribing insulin glargine/Lantus, the Physcian should know if the patient is taking:
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18.  The nurse knows that an adverse effect from the use of injectable regular insulin/Humulin, resulting from the repeated use of an injection site, which causes the development of fibrous fatty masses is know as:
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19.  Glucagon/Glucogen is used to treat?
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20.  Patient teaching for clients taking glucagon/Glucogen should include monitoring for the adverse effect of:
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21.  Pramlintide (Symlin), lasts approximately 3 hours, and peaks in  ______ minutes.
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22.  The nurse instructs the patient taking pramlintide/Symlin to monitor for irritability, anxiety, confusion, and dizziness, as these are signs and symptoms of:
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23.  The nurse should instruct patients taking fludrocortisone/Florinef to do which of the following to monitor for s/s of adverse reactions?
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24.  Because of the potential side effects of acarbose/Precase, it's important to monitor:
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25.  A patient taking acarbose/Precase should be sure to include what in their diet?
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26.  A client newly diagnosed with diabetes mellitus has been stabilized with daily insulin injections. A nurse prepares a discharge teaching plan regarding the insulin and plans to reinforce which of the following concepts?
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27.  A patient taking repaglinide/Prandin should limit what?
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28.  In the patient taking propylthiouracil/PTU, the nurse knows to monitor for symptoms such as as drowsiness, depression, weight gain, edema, bradycardia, anorexia, cold intolerance and dry skin.  These symptoms could be a sign of:
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29.  The side/adverse effects of fludrocortisone/Florinef are:
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30.  When caring for a patient taking rosiglitazone/Avandia, the nurse should assess and monitor for: (select all that apply)
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31.  A patient taking metformin/glucophage should be instructed to report symptoms such as myalgia, sluggishness, somnolence, and hyperventilation.  The nurse knows that these are s/s of?
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32.  A nurse is caring for a client who is prescribed somatropin (Genotropin) to stimulate growth. The nurse should plan to monitor the client’s laboratory values for which of the following?
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