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  • Which of the following is not a side effect of the cholinoreceptor blocker (Atropine)? 

  • Which of the following is not a side effect of the Ace Inhibitor (Captopril)? 

  • Which of the following is not a side effect of the Vasodilator (Nifedipine)? 

  • The client with cardiac disease is prescribed amiodarone (Cordarnoe), an antidysrhythmic, orally. Which teaching intervention should the nurse implement?   
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  • The nurse is administering 0900 medications to the following clients. To which clients would the nurse question administering the medication?
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  • The client with a head injury is ordered a CT scan of the head with contrast dye. Which invention should the nurse include when discussing procedure?
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  • What drug to prevent/control vomiting, motion sickness with chemotherapy?
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  • Phenothiazine- largest group used for nausea and vomiting it inhibits what?
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  • which drug should not be given to patients with glaucoma?
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  • What drug has a mode of action that weakly inhibits cylooxygenase?

  • An NSAID that does not inhibit COX in the GI mucosa

  • Action of traditional NSAIDs