Q Bank 4

  1. What is clozapine (Clozaril)?
    An atypical antipsychotic
  2. What are the side effects of clozapine (Clozaril)?
    • Leukopenia
    • Gram neg septicemia
    • Drowsiness
    • Tachycardia
    • Hypotension
  3. What does glycerine based mouth wash do?
    Causes dehydration and irritation of tissues
  4. What is Lofenalac?
    A formula that is low in phenylalanine but contains minerals and vitamins required by an infant.  Used for infants with PKU
  5. What is albuterol used for?
    To treat asthma attacks
  6. What is beclomethasone (Vanceril) used for?
    An anti-inflammatory used to prevent asthma attacks
  7. What are some of the side effects of chlordiazepoxide (Librium)?
    • Drowsiness
    • Blurred vision
    • Constipation
    • Slurred speech
    • Pancytopenia
    • Thrombocytopenia
  8. What is chlordiazepoxide (Librium)?
  9. What is applied to a Pt who has an immediate prosthetic fitting following an amputation?
    A cast
  10. Where can the mitral area be auscultated?
    In the 5th intercostal space at the left of thei midclavicular line; At the apex of the heart
  11. What is olanzapine (Zyprexpa)?
    Atypical antipsychotic
  12. What is a common cause of SIADH?
    Lung cancer
  13. When straight cathing a Pt with a distended bladder what should you do after inserting the cath?
    Clamp it after 300-500 mL of urine has been drained in order to prevent damage to the bladder wall from rapid decompression
  14. What is the parietal lobe the primary center for?
  15. What is the temporal lobe the primary center for?
    Auditory reception area
  16. What is the occipital lobe the primary center for?
    Visual receptor center
  17. What fluid is used for Pts in labor?
    Lactated Ringer's to replace electrolytes lost in labor process and to add volume to expand the vascular bed and reduce hypotnesion
  18. What are cranial nerves IX and X related to?
    Ability to swallow and gag reflex
  19. What does LL quadrant pain indicate in a pregnant Pt?
    Ectopic pregnancy- may cause death if allowed to progress
  20. Symptoms of developmental dysplasia of the hip?
    • Uneven gluteal folds
    • Thigh creases
    • Ortolani sign
    • Shortened limb on affected side
  21. What kind of activity does a Pt with acute pancreatitis have?
    Bed rest without bathroom privileges
  22. What does morphine do for a Pt with an MI?
    • Decreases blood return to the Rt side of the heart and decreases peripheral resistance
    • Decreases preload and afterload and cardiac workload
  23. Radioactive iodine I-130 therapy
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Q Bank 4
Q Bank 4