Pediatric Medication Quizzes & Trivia


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Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 154   |  Last updated: Aug 14, 2017
  • Sample Question
    A nurse provides medication instructions to a first-time mother. Which statement made by the mother indicates a need for further instructions?

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Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 86   |  Last updated: Aug 14, 2017
  • Sample Question
    The nurse is giving instructions to a mother with a child receiving a liquid oral iron supplement. The nurse tells the mother to:


Questions: 54  |  Attempts: 16   |  Last updated: Jan 23, 2013
  • Sample Question
    Which of the following medications IS an aminopenicillin?




Pediatric Medication Questions & Answers


Which statement made by the mother indicates further teaching? A nurse is providing instructions to a mother who has a child with congestive heart failure regarding Digoxin (Lanoxin).
€If my child vomits after administrationDigoxin is a cardiac glycoside. The mother needs to be instructed not to repeat the dose once the child vomits it. Options A, B, and D are correct instructions regarding this medicine.
Which of the following medications will you expect to be a part of the treatment? A child with Kawasaki disease is admitted to the pediatric ward.
Gamma Globulin. Warfarin. Aspirin.The principal goal of treatment for Kawasaki disease is to prevent coronary artery disease and to relieve symptoms such as fever and joint pain so an antipyretic, antiplatelet, and gamma globulin is used. Opti
A child with Kawasaki disease is admitted to the pediatric ward. Which of the following medications will you expect to be a part of the treatment? Select all that apply:
Gamma Globulin. Warfarin. Aspirin.The principal goal of treatment for Kawasaki disease is to prevent coronary artery disease and to relieve symptoms such as fever and joint pain so an antipyretic, antiplatelet, and gamma globulin is used. Opti
A child with B-thalassemia is undergoing a blood transfusion. To prevent organ damage from the excessive amount of iron
Deferasirox.Chelation therapy with deferasirox (Exjade) or deferoxamine (Desferal) is prescribed to prevent organ damage from the presence of too much iron in the body as a result of the transfusion.Option A is a cough suppressant.Option B is a throm
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