Ford Roach Introductory Clinical Pharmacology 9th Edition by Susan M. Ford Test Bank

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Ford Roach Introductory Clinical Pharmacology 9th Edition by Susan M. Ford Test Bank

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1. Which of the following are environmental factors that lead to errors in the calculation of drug doses? Select all that apply.
A) Poor lighting
B) Heavy workload
C) Noise
D) Temperature
E) Interruptions

2. Which of the following are the three specific items found on a drug label needed to administer a drug? Select all that apply.
A) Monitoring parameters
B) Side effects
C) Dosage form
D) Drug name
E) Dosage strength

3. When a nurse reviews the package labeling, which of the following names will the nurse see on the drug label?
A) Trade name
B) Scientific name
C) Pharmacological name
D) Nonproprietary name
E) Generic name

4. Which of the following might help the nurse distinguish between the trade and generic names on a drug label? Select all that apply.
A) The trade name is written in smaller print.
B) The trade name is usually capitalized.
C) The trade name is followed by a registration symbol.
D) The trade name is often in parentheses.
E) The trade name is found under the generic name.

5. A client has been taking Coumadin 5 mg daily. After a check of the clients INR, the physician wants to increase the clients Coumadin dose to 7.5 mg on Wednesdays and continue 5 mg all the other days of the week. How many Coumadin 5 mg tablets does the nurse need to give the client to achieve a dose of 7.5 mg?

6. A nurse should recognize which of the following as a metric system unit? Select all that apply.
A) Inch
B) Milligram
C) Centimeter
D) Ounce
E) Pound

7. A physician writes an order for a client to receive Levothyroxine (Synthroid) 0.2 mg, but the client has 100 mcg tablets. How many 100 mcg tablets should the nurse administer to the client?

8. Which of the following drug doses is written correctly? Select all that apply.
A) Synthroid 0.175 mg
B) Synthroid .175 mg
C) Synthroid 175 mcg
D) Synthroid 175.0 mcg
E) Synthroid .1750 mg

9. Drugs used for parenteral administration may be available in which of the following forms? Select all that apply.
A) Disposable syringes
B) Reusable cartridges
C) Ampules containing liquid form of the drug
D) Reusable vial containing liquid form of the drug
E) Vial containing drug powder

10. A client weighs 56 kg. How many pounds does the client weigh?

11. A client weighs 275 lb. How many kilograms does the client weight?

12. A client has a temperature of 39C. What is the clients temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?

13. A client has a temperature of 99F. What is the clients temperature in degrees Celsius?

14. Convert the ratio 2:100 into a percentage.

15. A client is to receive 0.5 mg of a drug. The drug is available in a 2 mg/mL vial. How many mL should the nurse administer to the client?

16. A client is to receive a 7.5 mg/kg dose of a drug. The client weighs 155 lb, how many milligrams of the drug should the client receive per dose?

17. The physician writes an order for a client to receive 1 mg of vitamin B12 once every month. Vitamin B12 comes in a 1000 mcg/mL vial. How many mL should the nurse administer to the client each month?

18. A client is to receive 250 mg of penicillin VK twice daily for ten days. Penicillin VK is available in a 500 mg tablet. How many tablets should the client be instructed to take at each dose?

19. A client weighs 200 lb. The client is to receive 5 mg/kg per dose of drug. How many mg of drug will the client receive in each dose?

20. A client has a standing order to receive Tylenol for fevers over 100C. A client has a temperature of 38.5C. What is the clients temperature in degrees Fahrenheit and should the client receive a dose of Tylenol?

21. What is the first step in the procedure of dividing mixed numbers and fractions?
A) The whole number is first changed to a fraction.
B) The second fraction is inverted and fractions are multiplied.
C) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.
D) Mixed numbers are changed to improper fractions.

22. What is the first step in the procedure of dividing whole numbers and mixed numbers?
A) Mixed numbers are changed to improper fractions.
B) The whole number is changed to an improper fraction.
C) The whole number is placed over 1.
D) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.

23. What is the procedure for dividing fractions?
A) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.
B) The whole number is first changed to a fraction.
C) Mixed numbers are changed to improper fractions.
D) The second fraction is inverted and the fractions are multiplied.

24. What is the procedure to multiply a whole number and a mixed number?
A) Mixed numbers are changed to improper fractions.
B) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.
C) The second fraction is inverted and fractions are multiplied.
D) The whole number is first changed to a fraction.

25. What is the procedure to multiply mixed numbers?
A) The whole number is first changed to a fraction.
B) The second fraction is inverted and fractions are multiplied.
C) Mixed numbers are changed to improper fractions.
D) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.

26. What is the first step in the procedure of dividing a whole number by a fraction?
A) The whole number is placed over 1.
B) The whole number is first changed to a fraction.
C) Both numbers are changed to improper fractions.
D) The fraction is inverted and multiplied.

27. Which of the following are units of the metric system?
A) Minims B) Grains C) Drams D) Grams

28. Dose desired / dose on hand = dose administered is the formula for calculating the dose to be administered. Under which of the following circumstances is this to be used?
A) When the physician is not available to calculate the dosage.
B) When the dosage is written in the apothecary system.
C) When the dose desired and dose on hand are in the same system.
D) When the label of the drug is in the metric system.

Answer Key

1. A, B, C, E
2. C, D, E
3. A, E
4. B, C
5. 1.5 tablets
6. B, C
7. Two tablets
8. A, C
9. A, C, D, E
10. 123.2 lb
11. 125 kg
12. 102.2F
13. 37.2C
14. 2 percent
15. 0.25 mL
16. 528.4 mg
17. 1 mL
18. 1/2 tablet
19. 454.5 mg/dose
20. The clients temperature is 101.3F, and yes, the client should receive a dose of Tylenol for his or her fever.
21. A
22. B
23. D
24. B
25. C
26. A
27. D
28. C

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