1.ranitidine a. antacid
2. sucralfate b. proton pump inhibitor
3. misoprostol c.cytoprotective agent
4. Na Hco3 d. prostaglandin
5. omeprazole e. H2 blocker
If Morphine SO4 : naloxone then Mg So4 : __________
If Heparin SO4: protamine SO4 then Warfarin : __________
Explain briefly why insulin should be injected
in different sites and not in just one location.
Not more than five sentences answer.
____________1.What is the most important
vital sign a nurse needs to check when giving
____________2.What is the most important
electrolyte a nurse should check when giving
1. Cardiac glycosides is contraindicated when
a patient is having HYPOKALEMIA.
2. Misoprostol has an ABORTIFACIENTeffect
To be able to detect the effectiveness of SALBUTAMOL
which is a bronchodilator, the nurse should check for:
A. Blood pressure and CVP readings
B. Urinary output per hour
C. Breath sounds
D. Level of consciousness
The nurse cautions the patient taking DIPHENHYDRAMINE
(Benadryl) to expect which of the following side effects,?
A. Wet mouth
B. Blurred vision