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Pharmacology Quiz #15

Quiz Author: Ryan LeBlanc




1) An adrenergic agonist would most likely cause:
2) Many antibiotics, including Amoxicillin, Cefazolin, and Erythromycin, function by:
3) Hypoalbuminemia, or low albumin levels in the blood, results in: 
4) You administer Acetaminophen 500mg PO at 1000. The elimination half-life of Acetaminophen is approximately 3 hours. Using the half-life, approximate how much medication will remain in the client’s system at 1600:
5) You are caring for an 81 year old cognitive client with heart failure and hypertension. The client is his own power of attorney. The client’s edema has been progressing, and the physician orders a STAT dose of Furosemide (Lasix) PO. The time is 1700. The client refuses the dose and states, “It’s way too late for me to get that right now, I will take it tomorrow morning.” The client understands the effects of Furosemide and understands his disease processes. What is the most appropriate response from the nurse:
6) An aldosterone antagonist drug would act as a(n):
7) A common seasonal flu vaccine such as “Tamiflu” is an example of a(n):
8) Before a non-selective beta-blocker, such as Metoprolol (Lopressor), is administered, it is most important to ensure that the client’s blood pressure is not below _____: 
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