PH 1 Pharmacology and the Nursing Process

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Which of the following best describes the purpose of the nursing process in drug administration?

What is the term used to describe a drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the potential to cause serious health problems?

Which step of the nursing process involves gathering information about the patient that will be used in planning care?

What are the nine rights of drug administration?

Which of the following is NOT a source of information that can be included when assessing a patient's drug history?

What are some examples of drugs that patients often forget to mention when asked about their drug history?

Why is it important to assess any problems that the patient has had with drug therapy?

Who determines the medical diagnoses for a patient?

Which of the following is NOT one of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

Which of the following is an essential component of safe drug administration?

What should a nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

Why is it important for the nurse to check the drug label multiple times?

Which of the following best describes subjective data in patient assessment?

Which healthcare professionals may write drug orders according to individual state laws?

Which of the following best describes objective data in patient assessment?

What should the nurse do if any part of the drug order is incorrect or unclear?

Why is it important to gather subjective and objective assessment data when a patient is first seen or admitted to the healthcare setting?

What is one factor to consider when planning to give a drug?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Which step of the nursing process involves gathering information about the patient that will be used in planning care?

What is the LPN/VN's role in providing nursing care?

What are the factors that increase the demand for LPNs/VNs?

Where do LPNs/VNs practice nursing?

According to the National Patient Safety Goals, what is the purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug?

How many identifiers should be used to properly identify the patient before administering a drug?

Which of the following can be used as identifiers to identify the right patient?

For patients who are hard of hearing or confused, what should be compared to the patient's wristband to ensure proper identification?

What is the best practice for identifying the patient's full name?

Which of the following is NOT a part of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

Which step of the nursing process involves gathering information about the patient that will be used in planning care?

Which of the following best describes objective data in patient assessment?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

Which step of the nursing process involves using information gathered in the nursing assessment about the patient to set short-term and long-term goals?

What is the intended action of a drug, also known as a drug's beneficial outcome?

What is the purpose of the nursing process in drug administration?

What is an LPN/VN's role in providing nursing care for patients and families?

Which of the following is NOT a factor that should be assessed when asking about a patient's drug history?

What should be included when assessing a patient's drug history?

What is the purpose of assessing symptoms, signs, or diseases that explain the patient's need for a drug?

What should be included when assessing any problems that the patient has had with drug therapy?

Which of the following is NOT one of the nine rights of drug administration?

How many times should the nurse check the drug label to ensure the right drug is being administered?

What should the nurse do if the patient refuses a drug?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Which of the following best describes the purpose of gathering subjective and objective assessment data when a patient is first seen or admitted to the healthcare setting?

Which of the following is an example of subjective data in patient assessment?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What is one factor to consider when planning to give a drug?

Which healthcare professionals may write drug orders according to individual state laws?

What is the LPN/VN's role in providing nursing care?

What is one factor to consider when planning to give a drug?

What are the nine rights of drug administration?

Which of the following is NOT one of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

For patients who are hard of hearing or confused, what should be compared to the patient's wristband to ensure proper identification?

What should the nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

Why is it important for the nurse to check the drug label multiple times?

What is the best practice for identifying the patient's full name?

Which of the following is NOT a type of information that should be assessed when asking about a patient's drug history?

Which of the following is NOT a factor that should be considered when planning to give a drug?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Who determines the nursing diagnoses for a patient?

Which step of the nursing process involves using information gathered in the nursing assessment about the patient to set short-term and long-term goals?

What is the term used to describe information that can be seen, heard, felt, or measured by someone other than the patient?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What are the factors that increase the demand for LPNs/VNs?

Which step of the nursing process involves determining the right response by looking at what happens to the patient when the nursing care plan is put into action?

What term is used to describe a drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the potential to damage tissue or cause serious health problems?

What is the purpose of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

What is the difference between subjective and objective data in relation to drug administration?

Which of the following is NOT one of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

What should the nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

How many times should the nurse check the drug label to ensure the right drug is being administered?

What is the purpose of the nursing process in drug administration?

Which of the following is an example of objective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following is NOT a type of subjective data in patient assessment?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Which healthcare professionals may write drug orders according to individual state laws?

What should a nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

What are the four important steps involved in planning to give a drug?

Which of the following is NOT one of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

What is the primary purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug?

Which of the following is NOT a recommended identifier to use when identifying the right patient?

What is the best practice for identifying the patient's full name?

For patients who are hard of hearing or confused, what should be compared to the patient's wristband to ensure proper identification?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Which of the following is an important area to assess when asking about a patient's drug history?

Which of the following is NOT a type of drug that should be included when asking about a patient's drug history?

What is the primary role of a nurse in the planning step of the nursing process?

What is an example of a long-term goal in a nursing care plan?

Which of the following is NOT a setting in which LPNs/VNs practice nursing?

What percentage of work hours for new LPN/VNs is related to providing care relating to giving drugs and monitoring patients receiving drugs?

What is the primary reason for the increased demand for LPNs/VNs?

What is the therapeutic effect of a drug?

Which of the following best describes subjective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following best describes objective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following is an example of subjective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following is an example of objective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following is NOT one of the nine rights of drug administration?

What should a nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

How many rights of drug administration are there?

What is the purpose of the nine rights of drug administration?

Which of the following is an example of an adverse effect of a drug?

What is the purpose of the nursing process in drug administration?

What is the term used to describe a health-related reason for not giving a specific drug to a patient or a group of patients?

Which step of the nursing process involves determining the right response by looking at what happens to the patient when the nursing care plan is put into action?

Which healthcare professionals may write drug orders according to individual state laws?

What should the nurse do if a drug order is unclear or incorrect?

What should be included in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

What are the four important steps involved in planning to give a drug?

Which of the following is NOT one of the main identifiers used to identify the right patient before administering a drug?

How many identifiers should be used to properly identify the patient before administering a drug?

What is the best practice for directly asking the patient to identify themselves?

Which of the following is NOT a recommended practice for identifying the right patient?

What is the purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug?

Which of the following is NOT a purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug according to the National Patient Safety Goals?

Which of the following is an example of an adverse effect of a drug?

What is the purpose of the nursing process in drug administration?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What is the term used to describe a drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the potential to cause serious health problems?

Which step of the nursing process involves carrying out the plan of care and safely administering drugs to the patient?

What is the purpose of the 9 Rights of Drug Administration?

What is the primary role of an LPN/VN in assessing a patient?

What should be compared to the patient's wristband to ensure proper identification for patients who are hard of hearing or confused?

Which of the following is NOT a healthcare setting in which LPNs/VNs practice nursing?

What is the primary reason for the increased demand for LPNs/VNs?

What is the purpose of the nursing process in relation to drug administration?

What is the difference between objective data and subjective data in patient assessment?

Which healthcare professionals may write drug orders according to individual state laws?

What should the nurse do if any part of the drug order is incorrect or unclear?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

What are the four important steps involved in planning to give a drug?

Which of the following is NOT a type of information that should be assessed when asking about a patient's drug history?

Which step of the nursing process involves gathering information about the patient that will be used in planning care?

What is the primary purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug?

What is the purpose of including patient problems in the nursing care plan when giving a drug?

Which of the following best describes subjective data in patient assessment?

Which of the following best describes objective data in patient assessment?

What is the primary role of LPN/VNs in assessing the patient?

Why is it important to gather subjective and objective assessment data when the patient is first seen or admitted to the healthcare setting?

Which of the following is NOT one of the main identifiers used to identify the right patient before administering a drug?

What is the best practice for directly asking the patient to identify themselves?

How many identifiers should be used to properly identify the patient before administering a drug?

For patients who are hard of hearing or confused, what should be compared to the patient's wristband to ensure proper identification?

What is the purpose of identifying the right patient before administering a drug?

What should a nurse do if a patient refuses a drug?

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Test your knowledge on developing a comprehensive teaching plan for patients regarding drug action, side effects, correct administration, and reporting problems to healthcare professionals. This quiz will assess your ability to use assessment data and drug knowledge to create an effective plan.

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