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  RNSG 1301 Pharmacology Mid-Term Study Guide Review the questions, concepts and medications outlined below

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RNSG 1301 Pharmacology Mid-Term Study Guide

Review the questions, concepts and medications outlined below.  

 

  1. How does a nurse know a client is experiencing an adverse reactions or allergic reaction?

 

  1. What are the roles of the different regulating bodies for medications? (i.e. DEA, FDA, CDC, etc)

 

  1. The HALF-LIFE of a medication is 60 minutes. What does this mean?

                                                                                            

  1. Understand the Nursing Process and be prepared to recognize examples of it.

 

 

  1. What factors affect ABSORPTION of an oral medication?

 

  1. What are the differences in the pregnancy categories?

 

 

  1. What is the purpose of a SCOPOLAMINE PATCH and how are they applied?

 

 

  1. What are MYDRIATICS?  Who are they used on?  Any cultural/ethnic groups require different dosages.  Why or why not?
  2. What are ANTICHOLINERGICS?  What are the side effects?

 

10. Describe the side effects, labs, and organs affected for a patient on CEPHOLOSPORINS. Include any patient teaching.

 

  1. What patient education should be included when administering TETRACYCLINE?

 

 

  1. What patient education should be included when administering LEVOTHYROXINE?

 

  1. Describe the side effects, labs, and organs affected for a patient on PROPYLTHIOURACIL (PTU). Include any patient teaching.

 

  1. Describe the side effects, labs, and organs affected for a patient on METFORMIN (diabetes med). Include any patient teaching.
  2. What time of day should the nurse advise the patient to be most alert for a potential hypoglycemic reaction for fast acting, intermediate, and long lasting insulin.
  3. How does a person’s allergies affect administering ANTIBIOTICS?

 

  1. How does INSULIN work at the cellular level ?
  2. List the labs affected by ACETAMINOPHEN (analgesic (pain relief), fever reducer)
  3. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY medications that are contraindicated in ELDERLY clients:

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  1. INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS for children and elderly clients (Who is the PRIORITY)

 

  1. When is the administration of GARDASIL appropriate and inappropriate?

 

  1. Contraindications for TRAMADOL (Narcotic):

 

  1. Assessments and interventions for clients on FENTANYL (for severe pain, cancer pts)

 

 

  1. Contraindications for PENTAZOCINE (Narcotic):

 

  1. Assessments for clients receiving MORPHINE PCA (patient controlled administration):

 

  1. How to administer NALOXONE for opioid overdose

 

  1. Peak- time for ALPRAZOLAM (XANAX):

 

  1. Potential complications a pregnant client might experience when taking BENZODIAZEPINE (anxiety med):

 

  1. Dietary restrictions for clients on monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI):

 

  1. Contraindications for AMITRIPTYLINE (antidepressant):

 

  1. Therapeutic signs/symptoms of TRYCILIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS (TCAs):

 

  1. Nursing assessments for children on METHYLPHENIDATE (RITALIN):

 

 

  1. Adverse effects of HALOPERIDOL (antipsychotic for migraines and schizophrenia):

 

  1. Medications used to treat STATUS ELIPTICUS (recurrent seizures w/o rest in between):

 

  1. How to assess if PHENYTOIN (anti-seizure med) levels are therapeutic

 

  1. Lab levels of ethotoin and nursing interventions

 

 

 

 

 

 

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