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Unit 4 Pharmacology

Safely preparting & giving drugs, Diabetes management

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SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA INCREASED THIRST AND URINATION
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA LARGE AMOUNTS OF SUGAR IN THE BLOOD
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA KETONES IN URINE
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA WEAKNESS, STOMACH PAINS, GENERAL ACHES
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA HEAVY, LABORED BREATHING
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA LOSS OF APPETITE, NAUSEA AND VOMITING
SYMPTOM OF HYPERGLYCEMIA FATIGUE
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA COLD SWEAT, FAINTNESS, DIZZINESS
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA HEADACHE
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA POUNDING OF HEART, TREMBLING, NERVOUSNESS
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA BLURRED VISION
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA HUNGER
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA IRRITABILITY
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA PERSONALITY CHANGE
SYMPTOM OF HYPOGLYCEMIA NOT ABLE TO AWAKEN
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA CALL DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA DRINK FLUIDS WITHOUT SUGAR IF ABLE TO SWALLOW
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA TEST BLOOD SUGAR FREQUENTLY
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA TEST URINE FOR KETONES IF BLOOD SUGAR IS GREATER THAN 240 MG/DL
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA IF USING AN INSULIN PUMP, CHANGE THE INFUSION SET, RESERVOIR AND INSULIN
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA IF INSULIN PUMP SUPPLIES ARE NOT AVAILABLE, GIVE REGULAR INSULIN VIA INSULIN SYRINGE ACCORDING TO PRESCRIBED SLIDING SCALE
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA CHECK BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL IF POSSIBLE
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA TAKE 3 BD GLUCOSE TABLETS, LIQUIDS OR FOODS CONTAINING SUGAR
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA WAIT 15 MINUTES AND RECHECK BLOOD SUGAR
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA IF BLOOD SUGAR IS STILL LESS THAN 60 MG/DL, TREAT WITH BD GLUCOSE TABLETS OR LIQUIDS/FOODS CONTAINING SUGAR. FOLLOW THE NEXT MEAL OR SNACK
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA DO NOT GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH IF NOT CONSCIOUS
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA IF UNCONSCIOUS GIVE GLUCAGON ACCORDING TO PACKAGE DIRECTIONS AND CALL LOCAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
WHAT TO DO FOR HYPOGLYCEMIA REPORT ALL MODERATE AND SEVERE REACTIONS TO DOCTOR
CAUSES OF HYPERGLYCEMIA NOT ENOUGH INSULIN
CAUSES OF HYPERGLYCEMIA TOO MUCH FOOD
CAUSES OF HYPERGLYCEMIA INFECTION, FEVER, ILLNESS
CAUSES OF HYPERGLYCEMIA EMOTIONIAL STRESS
CAUSES OF HYPOGLYCEMIA TOO MUCH INSULIN
CAUSES OF HYPOGLYCEMIA NOT EATING ENOUGH FOOD
CAUSES OF HYPOGLYCEMIA UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF EXERCISE
CAUSES OF HYPOGLYCEMIA DELAYED MEAL
CAUSES OF HYPOGLYCEMIA DRINKING ALCOHOL WITHOUT EATING FOOD
SUBCUTANEOUS DRUGS ARE INJECTED INTO TISSUES BETWEEN THE: SKIN AND MUSCLES.
FOR SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTIONS, THE NEEDLE IS INSERTED AT WHAT ANGLE? 45-DEGREE ANGLE
FOR SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTIONS, THE LENGTH AND GAUGE OF THE NEEDLE SHOULD BE: 3/8" TO 5/8", 25-27 GAUGE
INTRAMUSCULAR DRUGS ARE INJECTED DEEP INTO: A MUSCLE.
FOR INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTIONS,THE NEEDLE IS INSERTED AT WHAT ANGLE? 90-DEGREE ANGLE
FOR INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTIONS, THE LENGTH AND GAUGE OF THE NEEDLE SHOULD BE: 1" TO 1 1/2", 20-22 GUAGE
THE TYPICAL AMOUNT FOR A SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTIONS IS ______ ML 0.5-1 ML
THE TYPICAL AMOUNT FOR AN INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION FOR AN ADULT IS _____ ML. 3 ML
THE ONSET OF ACTION FOR RAPID-ACTING INSULIN IS: 5 TO 15 MINUTES
THE PEAK FOR RAPID-ACTING INSULIN IS: 30 TO 60 MINUTES
THE DURATION FOR RAPID-ACTING INSULIN IS: 3 TO 5 HOURS
THE BRAND NAMES FOR RAPID-ACTING INSULIN ARE: HUMALONG, NOVOLOG, APIDRA
THE ONSET OF ACTION FOR SHORT-ACTING INSULIN IS: 30 MINUTES
THE PEAK FOR SHORT-ACTING INSULIN IS: 2 TO 3 HOURS
THE DURATION FOR SHORT-ACTING INSULIN IS: 3 TO 6 HOURS
THE BRAND NAMES FOR SHORT-ACTING INSULIN ARE: HUMULIN R AND NOVOLIN R
THE ONSET OF ACTION FOR INTERMEDIATE-ACTING INSULIN IS: 2 TO 4 HOURS
THE PEAK FOR INTERMEDIATE-ACTING INSULIN IS: 4 TO 12 HOURS
THE DURATION FOR INTERMEDIATE-ACTING INSULIN IS: 12 TO 18 HOURS
THE BRAND NAMES FOR INTERMEDIATE-ACTING INSULIN ARE: HUMALIN N NOVOLIN N
THE ONSET OF ACTION FOR LONG-ACTING INSULIN IS: 1 TO 2 HOURS (DETEMIR) 1 HOUR (GLARGINE)
THE PEAK FOR LONG-ACTING INSULIN IS: 6 TO 8 HOURS ( DETEMIR) VIRTUALLY NO PEAK (GLARGINE)
THE DURATION OF LONG-ACTING INSULIN IS: 6 TO 23 HOURS DEPENDING ON DOSE (DETEMIR) 24 HOURS (GLARGINE)
THE BRAND NAMES FOR LONG-ACTING INSULIN ARE: LEVEMIR (DETEMIR) LANTUS (GLARGINE)
THE ONSET OF ACTION FOR PRE-MIXED INSULIN IS: 30 MINUTES
THE PEAK OF PRE-MIXED INSULIN IS: 2 TO 4 HOURS
THE DURATION OF PRE-MIXED INSULIN IS: 22 TO 24 HOURS
THE BRAND NAMES FOR PRE-MIXED INSULIN ARE: HUMALOG MIX 75/25 HUMALOG MIX 50/50 HUMULIN MIX 70/30 HUMULIN MIX 50/50 NOVOLOG MIX 70/30 NOVOLIN MIX 70/30
THE NURSE WILL INSTRUCT THE PATIENT TO ROTATE INJECTION SITES FOR INSULIN TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF DEVELOPING: LIPOHYPERTROPHY
WHAT TYPE OF DIABETES MAY BE CONTROLLED BY DIET AND EXERCISE? TYPE 2
WHEN MIXING SHORT-ACTING INSULIN WITH LONGER-ACTING INSULIN, WHICH DO YOU DRAW UP FIRST? THE SHORT-ACTING INSULIN
SHORT-ACTING INSULINS, INSULIN GLARGINE AND INSULIN DETEMIR SHOULD APPEAR CLOUDY, DISCOLORED, OR CLEAR? CLEAR
A NURSE IS CARING FOR A CLIENT WHO HAS TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS AND A PRESCRIPTION FOR ROSIGLITAZONE (AVANDIA). THE NURSE SHOULD MONITOR THE CLIENT FOR: EDEMA
A NURSE IS REINFORCING TEACHING TO A CLIENT WHO IS PRESCRIBED PRAMLINTIDE (SYMLIN)FOR TYPE 1 DIABETES. WHAT SHOULD THE NURSE INCLUDE IN THE TEACHING? TAKE ORAL MEDICATIONS 1 HOUR BEFORE OR 2 HOURS AFTER PRAMLINTIDE.
A NURSE IS REINFORCING TEACHING FOR A CLIENT NEWLY DIAGNOSED WHO HAS TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS. WHAT SHOULD THE NURSE INCLUDE IN THE TEACHING? CARRY A FAST-ACTING GLUCOSE SOURCE AT ALL TIMES EAT A SNACK PRIOR TO PLANNED EXERCISE INSPECT FEET SURFACES DAILY
A NURSE IS CARING FOR A GROUP OF CLIENTS WHO NEED INSULIN INJECTIONS. THE NURSE SHOULD RECOGNICE THAT HE CAN MIX WHICH INSULINS IN THE SAME SYRINGE WITH ANOTHER INSULIN? INSULIN LISPOR (HUMALOG) INSULIN GLULISINE (APIDRA) INUSLIN ASPART (NOVOLOG)
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