Medication Administration Exam

    Renal disease clinical pharmacy mcq. Multiple choice and medication matching questions and provide the best answer for each bag from pharmacy is labeled 100 units regular insulin in 100 ml of ns (normal saline). mr. cook is being discharged from the hospital. this benzodiazepine drug should be used cautiously in patients with impaired renal. www.upstate.edu.

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Upstate University Health System Medication Exam - Version A
Name:
Date:
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Unit:
Directions: Please read each question below. Choose the best response for each of the
Multiple Choice and Medication Matching Questions.
The Minimum Passing Score is 80%. (6.66 points per question)
Tracker Code: MEDTESTA
1. A patient is on Synthroid (Levothyroxine). The order is 100 mcg PO daily. You
have tablets that are 50 mcg in strength. How many tablets do you give?
A.1 tablet
B. 2 tablets
C. 0.5 tablets
2. It was noted in report that Mr. Smith has a potassium level of 6.4. Scheduled 9 AM
medications include: Potassium Chloride 40 mEq PO BID. The Nurse will:
A. Give the Potassium as ordered.
B. Hold the Potassium and notify the Physician.
C. Call the Physician and request a higher Potassium dose.
D. Ask the Patient if he feels like taking his Potassium this morning
3. Order for Mr. Jones: Metformin (Glucophage) 500 mg PO BID. Which of the
following statements are true regarding Metformin
A. Most often prescribed for patients with type 2 diabetes
B. Suppresses hepatic production of glucose and increases insulin sensitivity
C. Side effects include Diarrhea (most common) and lactic acidosis (most serious)
Revised: 4/2016/OTD
D. All of the above
4. The physician has ordered 800 units heparin subcutaneous every day. The vial is
1000 units
Heparin per ml on hand. What is the amount you will administer?
A. 8 ml
B. 1 ml
C. 0.8 ml
5. Lisinopril/Zestril is
A. Ace inhibitor used to treat hypertension, a common side effect is a cough
B. A diuretic used to treat CHF
C. A broad spectrum antibiotic
6. Mr. Cook is being discharged from the hospital. His discharge medications include
Sublingual NTG (Nitroglycerin) tablet for angina. What of the following are important to
include in medication discharge instructions?
A. Dissolve under tongue- do not swallow.
B. When stored properly SL nitroglycerin maintains its potency until expiration date specified
by the manufacturer.
C. Keep tablets in original container, tightly seal container after each use
D. Drug should tingle or fizzle while under tongue.
E. All of above
7. Physician order: Augmentin 800 mg oral suspension PO q 12 hrs. The Augmentin
label reads: Augmentin 200mg/5 ml-how many ml will you give?
A. 5 ml
B. 20 ml
C. 25 ml
8. Contraindications to aspirin include:
A. Peptic ulcer disease and GI bleeding
B. History of hypersensitivity reactions
C. Impaired renal function.
D. All of the above
9. Mr. Pitt is receiving intravenous Heparin Therapy. If necessary, which of the following
medications would be ordered to reverse the effects of Heparin?
A. Protamine sulfate
B .Potassium Chloride
C. Aminocaroic acid (Amicar)
D. Vitamin K (AquaMephyton)
10. The Physician orders 15 mEq of Potassium Chloride Elixir. PO.
The medication label reads: Potassium chloride 20 mEq per 15 ml oral solution
The Nurse determines the Patient should receive how many mL:
A. 20 ml
B.7.5 ml
C.11.25 ml
11. Which of the following drugs if overdosed is known to cause liver failure?
A. Acetaminophen
B. Ibuprofen
C. Piroxicam
D. Ketorolac
12. Mrs. Carter receives NPH Insulin 10 units every day. Which are signs of
hypoglycemia?
A. Sweating, dizziness, confusion and headache.
B. Photo sensitivity.
C. Sore throat and watery eyes.
D. Fever
13. Lasix infusion is ordered for your 54 kg weight patient
Dosage order is: 0.2 mg/kg/hour
Drip concentration: Lasix 100 mg in 100ml D5W
How many mg/hour will your patient receive?
A . 20 mg/hr
B. 54 mg/hr
C. 10.8 mg/hr (round up to 11mg/hr)
14. Patient is receiving NovaLOG (Aspart) Lispro (Humalog) insulin
The nurse must ensure that:
A. The patient will eat a meal within 5 to 10 minutes after taking it.
Lispro should be administered within 15 minutes before or
immediately after a meal
B. the patient will not drive or operate heavy machinery
C. Patient will not make any important decisions
MATCHING
A. Spironolactone
B. Versed (Midazolam)
C. Prilosec (Omerprazole)
D. Amphotericin B
E. Lopressor/Metoprolol
F. Norvasc/Amiodipine
G. .Diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
H. Narcan (Naloxone)
I. Zofran (Ondansetron):
J. Warfarin (Coumadin)
15.
Administered for relief of allergy symptoms, motion sickness, hives and swelling of
face, tongue and lips
16. Potassium sparing diuretic that can cause dizziness, headache and skin rash
17. Relaxes coronary vascular smooth muscle, dilates coronary and peripheral arteries
18. Potent antifungal used only for severe infections due to serious adverse side effects
such as anaphylaxis and nephrotoxicity
19. Given to treat nausea and vomiting: Can cause prolonged QT interval putting patients
at risk for Torsades de pointes
20. Proton pump inhibitor that can put patients at risk for C. Difficle associated diarrhea
21. Assess your patient for signs of unusual bruising, black tarry stools, bleeding gums,
hematuria and fall in hematocrit.
22. This sedative can cause CNS depression, hypotension and respiratory distress and
therefore needs careful monitoring when administered
23. Beta blocker used to treat HTN. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart
rate to improve blood flow and decrease BP
24. Reversal agent for narcotics/opiod overdose: May need frequent (about every 20
minutes) repeated doses to obtain desired reversal effect