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Chapter 34 Review

Antihyperlipidemia-Drugs that Affect the Cardiovascular System

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Which of the following blood elements has a protective property for heart disease? High-Density liproproteins
Antihyperlipidemia drugs work to: decrease cholesterol and triglycerides
The most common adverse reaction in a client taking a bile acid resin: constipation
Lovastatin is best taken once daily, preferably with the evening meal
A client taking niacin reports flushing after each dose of the niacin. Which drug would the nurse expect to be prescribed to help alleviate the flushing? aspirin
When assessing a client taking cholestyramine for vitamin K deficiency, the nurse would check the client for bruising
Which of the following points is important for the nurse to tell the client when teaching about drug and diet therapy for hyperlipidemia medication alone will not lower cholesterol
as the client makes breakfast selections for tomorrow, which of the following items should the nurse recognize as a potential problem food. grapefruit juice
A client taking bile acid resins cam become vitamin deficient in which of the following? Vitamin A, D,E,K
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