A and B
Attention deficit disorder
All of the above
Administer it at a rate 100 mg/min.
Protect the drug from light exposure.
Mix the drug in dextrose solution.
Mix the drug in saline solution.
Decreased effectiveness of warfarin
Increased effectiveness of phenytoin
Increased effectiveness of warfarin
Decreased effectiveness of phenytoin
Decreasing dopamine levels in the brain
Decreasing the storage of dopamine peripherally
Activating dopamine receptors in the brain
Inhibiting monoamine oxidase type B
“My hands are always shaking.”
“I had to take Dilantin 6 months ago.”
“I take low-dose enteric aspirin each day.”
“Simple tasks seem to take so long to perform.”
Monitor the pulse for rate and regularity.
Take the last dose of medication at bedtime.
Inspect the skin for erythematous rash.
Stop taking the drug if the mouth becomes dry.
Date of birth
History of diabetes
Decreased GI responses
Increased tolerance to pyridoxine
Decreased tremors at rest
Increased urinary output
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