Intracranial Regulation

Intracranial Regulation

Pharmacology Test III this practice quiz will contain info on opiod analgesic, nonopoid analgesics, & opoid agonist-antagonist

published on November 09, 20135 responses 0
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Which drug is the drug of choice for terminal cancer?

Oxycontin
Dilaudid
Morphine
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Opioid agonists are used for what type of pain?

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What would the nurse assess for when administering an opioid agonists?

Assess, re-assess pain
Assess respiratory rate and effort
Assess for urinary retention
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When could you not give an opioid?

Head trauma
in shock
respiratory depression
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Pain management is most effective if given....

30 minutes after experiencing pain
Before pain becomes severe
Before bedtime
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Opioids can cause...?

vomiting
constipation
diarrhea
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What will an opioid agonists cause in an opioid dependent patient?

constipation
withdrawal symptoms
chest pain
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What can be a result of inhibition of COX-1 by and NSAID

Hint: 2 choices
stomach ulcers
bleeding
colitis
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What will the nurse check before administering an analgesic?

hypertension
history of stroke
allergies
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What can be used for an opioid overdose?

Opioid antagonist
Atropine
Epinephrine
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What does the inhibition of COX-2 cause?

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What can occur if asprin is given in high doses

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What does the inhibition of COX-1 cause?