CPE EXIT EXAM UPDATED

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What is the onset for NPH insulin?

2-4 hours

What is the duration for NPH insulin?

12-18 hours

What is the peak for NPH insulin?

4-12 hours

What are the rights of medication administration?

Medication, Dosage, Patient, Route, Reason, Time

What is the onset for Regular insulin?

30 mins

What is the peak for Regular insulin?

2-3 hours

What is the duration for Regular insulin?

3-6 hours

What is the onset for Lantus insulin?

2 hours

What is the peak for Lantus insulin?

there is no peak

What is the duration for Lantus insulin?

24+ hours

Furosemide is a diuretic that can treat fluid retention for edema and swelling

True

Brand names for Furosemide include Lasix, Uremide and Discoid

True

Furosemide is also referred to as the water pill

True

Furosemide contraindications include allergic reactions, low blood pressure, and signs of dehydration

True

Side Effects for Furosemide include: Peeing more than usual, Feeling Thirsty and dry mouth

True

Furosemide safety instructions include:

Furosemide may make your skin more sensitive to sunlight, use sunscreen, hat or protective clothing.

Metformin is used to help control the amount of glucose in your blood. It decreases the amount of glucose you absorb from your food and the amount of glucose made by your liver

True

Brandnames for Metformin include: (FOR) Fortamet, Obimet, Riomet

True

Side effects of Metformin include:

Diarrhea, bloating, stomach pain

Contraindications in Metformin include: Renal dysfunction, hypersensitivity to metformin, and acute or chronic metabolic acidosis.

True

Safety instructions for Metformin include:

Should be taken with meals to help reduce stomach or bowel side effects, swallow with full glass of water and do not break, crush or chew.

Acetaminophen contraindications include:

allergic reactions, severe liver disease, 3+ alcoholic beverages daily

Acetaminophen is used as a fever reducer and to treat mild pain from headaches, muscle aches, menstrual periods, tooth aches.. etc

True

Side effects of Acetaminophen include: Skin rash, too much can cause liver damage, and anemia

True

Acetaminophen brand names include: Tylenol, Excedrin, and Nyquil

True

What are safety instructions for Acetaminophen?

No more than 4grams daily (within 24 hours). Take as directed on the label and do not take more than one product that contains acetaminophen at a time.

Metoprolol is a medication for:

Lowering heart rate and blood pressure

Metaprolol contraindications include: allergic reaction, low blood pressure, and lung disease

True

Metoprolol side effects include: tiredness, dizziness, and blurred vision

True

Metoprolol brandnames include: Lopressor, Toprol XL and Metoprolol ER

True

Metoprolol safety instructions include: dizziness may occur when getting up suddenly, get up slowly. Avoid alcohol with the extended release tablets and consult a physician before stopping dosages; doctor may lessen dosages before completely stopping.

True

Match the medication to the right description

Metoprolol = Reduces heart rate and blood pressure Acetaminophen = good for mild to moderate pain ; fever reducer Metformin = Helps to control amount of glucose in your blood Furosemide = helps with swelling and edema; treats fluid retention

Test your knowledge of insulin onset, peak, and medication administration rights with this quiz. Learn about the timings and guidelines for NPH insulin, Regular insulin, and the proper rights of medication administration.

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