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Carnegie ACE's + ARB

ICVT ACE's + ARB's

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Candesartan Atacand
Losartan Cozaar
Telmisartan Micardis
Irbesartan Avapro
Nesiritide Natrecor
ACE Inhibitors include which of the following? Verapamil; Neosynephrine; Demerol; Captopril; Pavulon Captorpil/ Capoten
What do ACE Inhibitors treat? Hypertension
Which of the following is an ACE Inhibitor? Lasix/furosemide; Hexabrix; Benazapril/ Lotensin; Narcan; Dobutamine Benazapril/ Lotensin
What organ do ACE Inhibitors work on? Kidney
Normal effects of ACE Inhibitors include: Diuresis
ACE inhibitors tend to end in the letters: pril
ACE inhibitors are indicated in which of the following? A-fib; Heart failure; COPD; Hepatitis; Deep vein thrombosis Heart failure
ACE inhibitors work to block the synthesis of: Angiotensin II
The following clinical findings might be an indication for Quinapril/ Accupril: High blood sugar; High LDL; Hemoglobin of 8.7gm/dL; BP of 200/96; A-fib with rapid ventricular response BP of 200/96
The generic name for Zestril is: Lisinopril
Trandolapril/ Mavik is most likely to be give: 1-4mg PO
Which is the only ACE inhibitor given IV push? Vasotec
Use of Non=steroidal anti-inflammatories like Naproxen or Ibuprofen may reduce the vasodilator affect of ACE Inhibitors, because NSAIDS: Interfere with prostaglandin synthesis
Adverse effects of ACE Inhibitors may include: Cough, Hypotension, Angioedema (tracheal swelling), Renal insufficiency
Which of the following is an ACE Inhibitor that may be administered IV push? Enaliprilat/ Vasotec; Captopril/Capoten; Clonidine/Catapres; Isoproterenol/ Isuprel; Phenylephrine/Neosynephrine Enalaprilat/ Vasotec
Vasotec suppresses secretion of aldosterone by the: Adrenal cortex
Capoten is most likely to increase serum levels of: Digoxin and Lithium
What causes the dry cough associated with ACE inhibitor therapy? Nitric oxide secretion into the alveoli
ACE inhibitors may increase __________ toxicity when administered concurrently. Digitalis
Your patient Ms. Cora Dorr, a hall monitor at Flat Rock High, has taken an overdose of ACE Inhibitors. She now has hyponatremia. This may be treated by giving: An infusion of 0.9 Normal Saline
Your patient Mr. Sonny Burns, a lifeguard at Stony Creek Metropark, is complaining of a bad taste in his mouth after starting on ACE Inhibitors. The medical term for this condition is: Dysgeusia
How do you correct dysguesia from ACE's? take iron supplements
Patients on ACE Inhibitors should be monitored for possible renal insufficiency. What do the renal panels check the levels of? BUN and Creatinine
Heart failure patients experience increased longevity when taking ACE inhibitors because of: Reduced ventricular remodeling
The endogenous vasodilator that counters the effect of Angiotensin II is: Bradykinin
T/F: Angiotensin II concentrations will fall during treatment with inhibitors of angiotensin converting enzyme True
T/F: Renin is produced by the medulla oblongata when chemoreceptors sense low potassium levels False
T/F: Angiotension I is one of the most potent biological vasoconstrictors False
T/F: Inhibitors of angiotensin converting enzyme are effective agents for the treatment of hypotension False
How long after an MI should a patient receive the first does of an ACE inhibitor? 24 hours
Which of the following classes of drugs includes Losartan? ACE inhibitors; Angiotensin receptor blockers; ACE inhibitor antitodte; Alpha adrenergic blocker Angiotensin receptor blocker
Pt has increasing SOB on exertion. She was prescribed furosemide 40mg in the morning about 1 year ago for swollen ankles and has taken it intermittently. Clinical signs and an echo show LV systolic dysfunction. You expect the Dr. to order: Lisinopril
ACE inhibitors are a class of drug specifically used to: BLock the Renin- Angiotension-Aldosterone system
Valsartan Diovan
Enalapril Vasotec
Captopril Capoten
Moexipril Univasc
Quinapril Accupril
Trandolapril Mavik
Lisinopril Prinivil, Zestril
Fosinopril Monopril
Perindopril Aceon
Ramipril Altace
Ace inhibitors and Angiotensin Receptor Blockers are used for the control of: hypertension
All of the following are ACE inhibitors except: Capoten/Captppril; Vasotec/ Enalapril/Enalaprilat; Digoxin; Quinapril; Monopril Digoxin
Which of the following is an ACE Inhibitor?Dysopyramide/ Norpace; Amlodipine/Norvasc; Benazapril/Lotensin; Dypridamole/Persantine; Inocor/Amrinone Benazapril/Lotensin
Which of the following helps to prevent adverse LV remodeling, delays progression of heart failure, and decreases sudden death? Enalapril; Isordil; Bivalrudin; Ibutilide; Amiloride Enalapril
ACE Inhibitors block the secretion of: aldosterone
Quinapril reduces Blood pressure; workload on the heart; risk of death from heart failure; number of new cases of Diabetes type II
Benazapril reduces Reabsorption of sodium and water by the kidneys, blood volume; cardiac preload; oxygen demand by the heart
Enalapril reduces Peripheral vasoconstriction; cardiac afterload (decreased SVR); ventricular remodeling; myocardial oxygen demand
Trandolapril increases: Diuresis
A common side effect of most ACE inhibitors is Dry cough
Your pt is taking Diovan. ARB' prevent secretion of aldosterone by the: adrenal cortex
Which of the following would be an indication for Prinivil/Zestril/Lisinopril? Low BP; High BP; Cardiac arrest; Rapid HR; DVT High blood pressure
All of the following are ACE inhibitors except: Benazapril; Ramipril; Enalaprilat; Monopril; Nicardipine Nicardipine
Diagnosis of heart failure is made on your pt. You expect the physician to order: Clopidigrel; Amrinone; Esmolol; Lisinopril; Ibutilide Lisinopril
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