pharm ATI infection

A primary care provider is considering the various pharmacologic options for a patient who has a gynecologic infection and a history of alcohol use disorder. Which of the following medications can cause a reaction similar to disulfiram (antabuse) if the patient drinks alcohol while taking it?

A health care professional is caring for a patient who is taking warfarin (coumadin) and is about to begin taking trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (bactrim) to treat a UTI. The health care professional should question the drug regiment because taking these two drugs concurrently can increase the patient’s risk for which of the following?

A primary care provider should prescribe a lower dose of aztreonam (azactam) for a patient who has a respiratory tract infection and also has which of the following?
renal impairment