A.Increase activity in the afternoon when the medication is most effective.
B.Take the medication 30 to 45 minutes before eating.
C.Use a PRN dose for increasing muscular weakness or fasciculations.
D.Give the client a dietary guide that describes low-protein foods.
A. Morphine sulfate 5 mg IV on call to operating room.
B. Atropine sulfate 0.4 mg IM on call to operating room.
C. Betaxolol (Betoptic) one drop in each eye the morning of surgery.
D. Benzodiazepine (Valium) 5 mg by mouth the morning of surgery.
A. Provide a more rapid induction of anesthesia.
B. Decrease the risk of bradycardia during surgery.
C. Induce relaxation before induction of anesthesia.
D. Minimize the amount of analgesia needed postoperatively.
1. CROMOLYN SODIUM
A) “Administer the Azmacort first, followed by the Ventolin.”
B) “Using a spacer reduces medication absorption.”
C) “Inhale deeply before sealing the mouthpiece.”
D) “Wait at least one minute between each puff of the same medication.”
1. IPRATROPIUM /ATROVENT
4. ACETAMINOPHEN/ TYLENOL