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Potassium chloride intravenously is prescribed for a client with hypokalemia. Which actions should the nurse take to plan for preparation and administration of the potassium? Select all that apply.

 

A client with atrial fibrillation is receiving a continuous heparin infusion at 1000 units/hour. The nurse determines that the client is receiving the therapeutic effect based on which results?

 

The nurse provides discharge instructions to a client who is taking warfarin sodium. Which statement, by the client, reflects the need for further teaching?

 

A client who is receiving digoxin daily has a serum potassium level of 3 mEq/L (3 mmol/L) and is complaining of anorexia. The health care provider prescribes a serum digoxin level to be done. The nurse checks the results and should expect to note which level that is outside of the therapeutic range?

 

A client is being treated with procainamide for a cardiac dysrhythmia. Following intravenous administration of the medication, the client complains of dizziness. What intervention should the nurse take first?

 

The nurse is monitoring a client who is taking propranolol. Which assessment finding indicates a potential adverse complication associated with this medication?

 

A client with a clot in the right atrium is receiving a heparin sodium infusion at 1000 units/hour and warfarin sodium 7.5 mg at 5:00 p.m. daily. The morning laboratory results are as follows: activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), 32 seconds; international normalized ratio (INR), 1.3. The nurse should take which action based on the client's laboratory results?

 

A client is diagnosed with an ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and is receiving a tissue plasminogen activator, alteplase. Which action is a priority nursing intervention?

 

The nurse is planning to administer hydrochlorothiazide to a client. The nurse should monitor for which adverse effects related to the administration of this medication?

 

The home health care nurse is visiting a client with elevated triglyceride levels and a serum cholesterol level of 398 mg/dL (10 mmol/L). The client is taking cholestyramine and the nurse teaches the client about the medication. Which statement, by the client, indicates the need for further teaching?

 

The nurse is monitoring a client who is taking digoxin for adverse effects. Which findings are characteristic of digoxin toxicity? Select all that apply.

 

Prior to administering a client's daily dose of digoxin, the nurse reviews the client's laboratory data and notes the following results: serum calcium, 9.8 mg/dL (2.45 mmol/L); serum magnesium, 1.0 mEq/L (0.5 mmol/L); serum potassium, 4.1 mEq/L (4.1 mmol/L); serum creatinine, 0.9 mg/dL (79.5 mcmol/L). Which result should alert the nurse that the client is at risk for digoxin toxicity?

 

A client being treated for heart failure is administered intravenous bumetanide. Which outcome indicates that the medication has achieved the expected effect?

 

Intravenous heparin therapy is prescribed for a client. While implementing this prescription, the nurse ensures that which medication is available on the nursing unit?

 

A client is prescribed nicotinic acid for hyperlipidemia and the nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates an understanding of the instructions?

 

The nurse is reviewing the record of a client who arrives at the health care clinic. The nurse notes that irbesartan has been prescribed for the client. The nurse should suspect that the client has which condition?

 

The home care nurse instructs a client on how to administer enoxaparin subcutaneously. Which statement, if made by the client, indicates an understanding of how to administer this medication?

 

A client is scheduled for a dose of ramipril. The nurse should check which measurement before administering the medication?

 

The clinic nurse is providing instructions to a client with hypertension who will be taking captopril. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction?

 

A thrombolytic is administered in the hospital emergency department to a client who has had a myocardial infarction. The client's spouse asks the nurse about the purpose of the medication. The nurse bases the response on which fact regarding this medication?

 

A client who had surgery 3 days earlier is receiving heparin sulfate by subcutaneous injection every 12 hours. In planning for the client's morning care, the priority nursing intervention is which action?

 

A client scheduled to take a subcutaneous anticoagulant at home says to the nurse, "I'm not sure I will be able to take this medication at home." Which statement by the nurse is appropriate?

 

A client is being discharged on warfarin sodium, and the nurse provides instructions to the client regarding the medication. Which statement, if made by the client, indicates to the nurse that the client understands the teaching provided?

 

A client receives education regarding self-administration of enoxaparin on discharge to home. The client complains, "I feel as if the health care provider is discharging me too soon if I still have to take injections at home." Which response should the nurse make?

 

The nurse is caring for a client who is taking warfarin. The nurse notes the presence of gross hematuria and large areas of bruising on the client's body. The nurse notifies the health care provider (HCP) and ensures that which prescribed medication is available?

 

The home care nurse has given instructions to a client who is beginning therapy with digoxin. The nurse determines a need for further teaching if the client makes which statement?

 

A client who began medication therapy with prazosin hydrochloride 1 week earlier arrives at the health care clinic for follow-up evaluation and care. The nurse interprets that the client is experiencing the expected benefit of therapy if which is noted?

 

A hypertensive client has been prescribed clonidine hydrochloride, a transdermal patch. The nurse provides written instructions to the client on the use of the patch. Which statement by the client indicates the need for further instruction?

 

A client with hypertension has begun taking spironolactone. The nurse teaches the client to limit intake of which food?

 

A client with hypertension has a new prescription for a medication called moexipril. The nurse plans to provide written directions that tell the client to take the medication at which time?

 

A health care provider (HCP) prescribes warfarin sodium for a client. The home care nurse visits the client at home and teaches the client about the medication and its administration. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further teaching?

 

The nurse has been given a medication prescription to administer intravenous (IV) hydralazine. The nurse obtains which prioritypiece of equipment needed for use during administration of this medication?

 

The nurse is reviewing the assessment findings for a client who has been taking spironolactone for treatment of hypertension. Which, if noted in the client's record, would indicate that the client is experiencing an adverse effect related to the medication?

 

The nurse is providing instructions to a client with chronic atrial fibrillation who is being started on quinidine sulfate. The nurse should plan to provide which instruction to the client?

 

The nurse notes a persistent, dry cough in an adult client being seen in the ambulatory clinic. When questioned, the client states that the cough began approximately 2 months ago. On further assessment, the nurse learns that the client began taking quinapril shortly before the time that the cough began. How should the nurse interpret the development of the cough?

 

A client with angina pectoris has been given a new prescription for nitroglycerin transdermal patches. The client indicates an understanding of how to use this medication administration system by making which statement?

 

A client in the hospital emergency department who received nitroglycerin for chest pain has obtained relief but now complains of a headache. The nurse should interpret that this client is most likely experiencing which condition?

 

A client who has begun taking betaxolol demonstrates an effective response to the medication as indicated by which nursing assessment finding?

 

A client who is taking chlorothiazide comes to the clinic for periodic evaluation. In monitoring the client's laboratory test results for medication side effects, what is the clinic nurse most likely to note if a side or adverse effect is present?

 

A client is taking amiloride 10 mg orally daily. What medication instruction should the nurse provide to the client?

 

Lisinopril has been prescribed for a client. What should the nurse instruct the client about this medication?

 

A health care provider (HCP) prescribes quinidine gluconate for a client. The nurse decides to withhold the medication and contact the HCP if which assessment finding is documented in the client's medical record?

 

A client is to be discharged from the hospital on quinidine gluconate to control ventricular ectopy. The nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction?

 

A client has been prescribed pindolol for hypertension. The nurse provides anticipatory guidance, knowing that which common side effect of this medication may decrease client compliance?

 

A client receiving total parenteral nutrition (TPN) has a history of heart failure. The health care provider (HCP) has prescribed furosemide 40 mg by mouth daily to prevent fluid overload. Which laboratory value should the nurse monitor to identify the presence of an adverse effect of this medication?

 

A client with heart failure is scheduled to be discharged to home with digoxin and furosemide as daily prescribed medications. The nurse tells the client to report which finding as an indication that the medications are not having the intended effect?

 

A client with pulmonary edema has a prescription to receive morphine sulfate intravenously. The nurse should determine that the client is experiencing an intended effect of the medication as indicated by which assessment finding?

The nurse has provided instructions to a client receiving enalapril maleate. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction?

 

The health care provider (HCP) writes a prescription for lisinopril for a hospitalized client. The nurse caring for the client determines that the medication has been prescribed to treat which disorder?

 

A client taking an angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor to treat hypertension calls the clinic nurse and reports that he has a dry, nonproductive cough that is very bothersome. The nurse should respond by making which statement?

 

The home care nurse visits a client with a diagnosis of unstable angina. The client is taking acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) on a daily basis to reduce the risk of myocardial infarction (MI). Which medication dose would the nurse expect the client to be taking?

 

The nurse prepares to teach a client with subarachnoid hemorrhage about the effects of nimodipine. The nurse plans to explain which information about the type and action of this medication?

 

A client is being treated for moderate hypertension and has been taking diltiazem for several months. The client schedules an appointment with the health care provider because of episodes of chest pain, and Prinzmetal's angina is diagnosed. The client asks the nurse which therapeutic effects the medication will provide and the nurse provides education. Which statement by the client indicates that the teaching has been effective?

 

A client with chronic atrial fibrillation is being started on quinidine sulfate as maintenance therapy for dysrhythmia suppression, and the nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction?

 

 

Fenofibrate is prescribed for a client with hyperlipidemia. The nurse reviews the client's medical history for the presence of what condition that contraindicates the use of this medication?

 

Acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), or aspirin, has been prescribed for a client with angina, and the client asks the nurse how the medication will help. The nurse responds that this medication has been prescribed for which purpose?

 

The nurse is providing education to a client who is being started on atenolol. Which statement by the client indicates that teaching has been effective?

 

Atenolol has been prescribed for a client, and the client asks the nurse about the action of the medication. How should the nurse respond regarding the action of this medication?

 

The health care provider (HCP) writes a prescription for atenolol for a client who was admitted to the hospital. The nurse contacts the HCP to verify the prescription if which finding is noted in the assessment data?

 

Atenolol has been prescribed for a hospitalized client. The nurse should check which item before administering this medication?

 

Atenolol has been prescribed for a client, and the client asks the nurse about the side effects of the medication. What should the nurse tell the client is an occasional side effect of this medication?

 

A client admitted to the hospital is taking atenolol. The nurse monitors the client for which sign or symptom of an adverse effect of the medication?

 

Atenolol has been prescribed for a client, and the nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates the need for further teaching?

 

A registered nurse (RN) is orienting a new RN on the use of atorvastatin. Which statement by the new RN indicates that the teaching has been effective?

 

Atorvastatin has been prescribed for a client, and the client asks the nurse about the action of the medication. How should the nurse respond?

 

The health care provider (HCP) writes a prescription for atorvastatin for a client who was admitted to the hospital. The nurse contacts the HCP to verify the prescription if which finding is noted in the assessment data?

 

Atorvastatin has been prescribed for a client. The nurse tells the client that which blood test will be done periodically while the client is taking this medication?

 

Atorvastatin has been prescribed for a client, and the client asks the nurse about the side and adverse effects of the medication. What should the nurse tell the client is a frequent side effect of this medication?

 

A client seen in the health care clinic for follow-up care is taking atorvastatin. The nurse should assess the client for which adverse effect of the medication?

 

Atorvastatin has been prescribed for a client, and the nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates the need for further teaching?

 

The nurse is reviewing the use of diltiazem for clients with Prinzmetal's variant angina. The nurse should provide information based on which action of the medication?

 

 

A client with cardiac disease has begun taking propranolol, and the nurse provides information to the client about the medication. The nurse should tell the client to contact the health care provider (HCP) if which symptoms develop?

 

Hydrochlorothiazide has been prescribed for a client. The nurse contacts the health care provider (HCP) to verify the prescription if which condition is noted in the assessment data?

 

A client is seen in the clinic complaining of anorexia and nausea. The health care provider (HCP) suspects that the client may be experiencing digoxin toxicity. While waiting for test results to become available, the nurse should assess the client for which sign or symptom that would support a diagnosis of digoxin toxicity?

 

The nurse is administering a dose of intravenous hydralazine to a client. The nurse should ensure that which item is in place before injecting the medication?

 

The nurse is performing an assessment on a client with a diagnosis of chronic angina pectoris. The client is receiving sotalol orally daily. Which assessment finding indicates to the nurse that the client is experiencing a side or adverse effect related to the medication?

 

The nurse is caring for a client with hypertension who is receiving torsemide orally daily. Which laboratory test result would indicate to the nurse that the client may be experiencing a side or adverse effect related to the medication?

The nurse has given a client information about the use of nitroglycerin sublingual tablets. The client has a prescription for PRN (as needed) use if chest pain occurs. Which client statement indicates an understanding of this medication?

 

A client is due for a dose of bumetanide. The nurse should temporarily withhold the dose and notify the health care provider (HCP) if which laboratory test result is noted?

 

The nurse has given a client the prescribed dose of intravenous hydralazine. The nurse evaluates the effectiveness of the medication by monitoring which client parameter?

 

The nurse has completed giving medication instructions to a client receiving benazepril. Which client statement indicates to the nurse that the client needs further instruction?

 

The nurse has conducted medication instructions with a client receiving lovastatin. Which periodic blood study will be necessary and included in the client's instructions?

 

Daily administration of dipyridamole has been prescribed for the client, and the nurse teaches the client about the medication. Which client statement indicates an understanding of the instructions?

 

A client in the postpartum care unit who is recovering from disseminated intravascular coagulopathy is to be discharged on low dosages of an anticoagulant medication. In developing home care instructions for this client, the nurse should include which priority safety instruction regarding this medication?

 

Levothyroxine is prescribed for a client diagnosed with hypothyroidism. The nurse reviews the client's record and notes that the client is presently taking warfarin. The nurse contacts the health care provider (HCP), anticipating that the HCP will prescribe which medication?

 

A new registered nurse (RN) prepares to administer sodium polystyrene sulfonate to a client. Before administering the medication, the nurse reviews the action of the medication with another RN. Which statement by the new RN indicates that the teaching has been effective?

 

A home health nurse instructs a client about the use of a nitrate patch. The nurse should make which statement to the client to prevent client tolerance to nitrates?

 

 

A client with nausea and bradycardia is admitted to a medical unit. The family hands the nurse a small white envelope labeled "heart pill." The envelope is sent to the pharmacy and it is found to be digoxin. A family member states, "That health care provider doesn't know how to take care of my family." Which statement would convey a therapeutic response by the nurse?

 

A client is on enalapril for the treatment of hypertension. The nurse teaches the client to seek emergent care if which is experienced?

 

What should the nurse teach a client about an expected outcome of nesiritide administration?

 

A client is admitted to a hospital with acute myocardial infarction and is started on tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) by infusion. Which parameter should the nurse determine requires the least frequent assessment to detect complications of therapy with tPA?

 

A hospitalized client with coronary artery disease complains of substernal chest pain. After assessing the client's heart rate and blood pressure, the nurse administers nitroglycerin, 0.4 mg sublingually. After 5 minutes the client states, "My chest still hurts." Which actions should the nurse take? Select all that apply.

 

A client has developed paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea. Which medication should the nurse anticipate will be prescribed by the health care provider?

 

A home health care nurse is visiting an older client at home. Furosemide is prescribed for the client and the nurse teaches the client about the medication. Which statement, if made by the client, indicates the need for further teaching?

 

In reviewing the medication records of a group of clients, the nurse determines that which client would be at greatest risk for developing hyperkalemia?

 

The nurse is caring for a client who is receiving dopamine. Which potential problem is a priority concern for this client?

 

The health care provider has prescribed clonidine for a client with hypertension. The nurse should inform the client that which is a side effect of this medication?

 

Gemfibrozil is prescribed for a client. Which laboratory finding should alert the nurse to the need to withhold the medication and contact the health care provider?

 

The nurse is caring for a client with hyperlipidemia who is taking cholestyramine. Which nursing assessment is most significant for this client relative to the medication therapy?

 

The nurse should educate the client receiving pravastatin to immediately report which finding?

 

The nurse has completed medication administration that included a nitroglycerin. Within minutes, the client is complaining of a headache. Which is the priority nursing action at this time?

 

A client is admitted to the emergency department with a diagnosis of myocardial infarction (MI). The health care provider (HCP) prescribes the administration of alteplase. The registered nurse (RN) preceptor is orienting a new RN in the use of this medication. Which statement by the new RN indicates that teaching has been effective?

 

The nurse is preparing to administer furosemide to a client with a diagnosis of heart failure. Which is the most important laboratory test result for the nurse to check before administering this medication?

 

The nurse is preparing to administer furosemide 40 mg by intravenous (IV) injection (IV push) to a client. The nurse should administer the medication over which time period?

 

A health care provider (HCP) writes a prescription for digoxin, 0.25 mg daily. The nurse teaches the client about the medication and tells the client that it is most important to be sure to implement which measure?

 

Atenolol hydrochloride is prescribed for a hospitalized client. The nurse should perform which action as a priority before administering this medication?

Check client’s BP

 

A man has developed atrial fibrillation and has been placed on warfarin. The nurse is doing discharge dietary teaching with the client and determines that the client needs additional education if he states that he would choose which food while taking this medication?

 

A client with heart disease is taking digoxin and complains of having no appetite and experiencing diarrhea and blurry vision. The nurse notes that the client's serum potassium level is 3.0 mEq/L (3.0 mmol/L). Based on analysis of the data, what might the nurse expect to note when reviewing the digoxin level results?

 

The nurse is providing medication information to a client who is beginning medication therapy with enalapril. The nurse should tell the client that which is an anticipated, although unpleasant, side effect of this medication?

 

A client has recently begun medication therapy with propranolol. The long-term care nurse should plan to notify the health care provider (HCP) if which assessment finding is noted?

 

A client is receiving scheduled doses of lovastatin. The nurse determines that the medication is having the intended effect if which is noted?

 

A client taking verapamil has been given information about side effects of this medication. The nurse determines that the client understands the information if the client states to watch for which most common side effect of this medication?

 

The nurse has a prescription to give a first dose of hydrochlorothiazide to an assigned client. The nurse would question the prescription if the client has a history of allergy to which item?

 

The nurse has a prescription to give a client a scheduled dose of digoxin. Prior to administering the medication, the nurse should assess for which manifestations that could indicate digoxin toxicity?

 

A hospitalized client with a history of angina pectoris complains of substernal chest pain. The nurse checks the client's blood pressure and administers nitroglycerin, gr 1/4 sublingually. Five minutes later, the client is still experiencing chest pain. If the blood pressure remains stable, the nurse should take which action next?

 

The nurse is caring for a client who suddenly starts complaining of palpitations, restlessness, and anxiety. The nurse obtains a stat electrocardiogram (ECG) which shows this rhythm. Refer to figure. The nurse should perform which actions, in anticipation of appropriate medication therapy with amiodarone? (Figure from Ignatavicius, Workman, 2016).

 

The nurse is reviewing heparin infusion therapy and pertinent laboratory values to monitor with the nursing student. Which statement by the student indicates that teaching has been effective?

 

The nurse is caring for a child with heart failure (HF). The nurse provides instructions to the mother regarding the procedure for administration of the prescribed digoxin. Which statement by the mother indicates a need for further teaching?

 

 

A client is scheduled to receive a daily morning dose of furosemide. Which client laboratory result warrants a call to the health care provider (HCP) prior to the medication administration?

 

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Saunders Cardio Meds: Final Exam Revision Questions and Answers Potassium chloride intravenously is prescribed for a client with hypokalemia. Which actions should the nurse take to plan for preparation and administration of the potassium? Select all that apply. A client with atrial fibrillation is receiving a continuous heparin infusion at 1000 units/hour. The nurse determines that the client is receiving the therapeutic effect based on which results? The nurse provides discharge instructions to a client who is taking warfarin sodium. Which statement, by the client, reflects the need for further teaching? A client who is receiving digoxin daily has a serum potassium level of 3 mEq/L (3 mmol/L) and is complaining of anorexia. The health care provider prescribes a serum digoxin level to be done. The nurse checks the results and should expect to note which level that is outside of the therapeutic range? A client is being treated with procainamide for a cardiac dysrhythmia. Following intravenous administration of the medication, the client complains of dizziness. What intervention should the nurse take first? The nurse is monitoring a client who is taking propranolol. Which assessment finding indicates a potential adverse complication associated with this medication? A client with a clot in the right atrium is receiving a heparin sodium infusion at 1000 units/hour and warfarin sodium 7.5 mg at 5:00 p.m. daily. The morning laboratory results are as follows: activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), 32 seconds; international normalized ratio (INR), 1.3. The nurse should take which action based on the client's laboratory results? A client is diagnosed with an ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and is receiving a tissue plasminogen activator, alteplase. Which action is a priority nursing intervention? The nurse is planning to administer hydrochlorothiazide to a client. The nurse should monitor for which adverse effects related to the administration of this medication? The home health care nurse is visiting a client with elevated triglyceride levels and a serum cholesterol level of 398 mg/dL (10 mmol/L). The client is taking cholestyramine and the nurse teaches the client about the medication. Which statement, by the client, indicates the need for further teaching? The nurse is monitoring a client who is taking digoxin for adverse effects. Which findings are characteristic of digoxin toxicity? Select all that apply. Prior to administering a client's daily dose of digoxin, the nurse reviews the client's laboratory data and notes the following results: serum calcium, 9.8 mg/dL (2.45 mmol/L); serum magnesium, 1.0 mEq/L (0.5 mmol/L); serum potassium, 4.1 mEq/L (4.1 mmol/L); serum creatinine, 0.9 mg/dL (79.5 mcmol/L). Which result should alert the nurse that the client is at risk for digoxin toxicity? A client being treated for heart failure is administered intravenous bumetanide. Which outcome indicates that the medication has achieved the expected effect? Intravenous heparin therapy is prescribed for a client. While implementing this prescription, the nurse ensures that which medication is available on the nursing unit? A client is prescribed nicotinic acid for hyperlipidemia and the nurse provides instructions to the client about the medication. Which statement by the client indicates an understanding of the instructions? The nurse is reviewing the record of a client who arrives at the health care clinic. The nurse notes that irbesartan has been prescribed for the client. The nurse should suspect that the client has which condition? The home care nurse instructs a client on how to administer enoxaparin subcutaneously. Which statement, if made by the client, indicates an understanding of how to administer this medication? A client is scheduled for a dose of ramipril. The nurse should check which measurement before administering the medication? The clinic nurse is providing instructions to a client with hypertension who will be taking captopril. Which statement by the client indicates a need for further instruction? A thrombolytic is administered in the hospital emergency department to a client who has had a myocardial infarction. The client's spouse asks the nurse about the purpose of the medication. The nurse bases the response on which fact regarding this medication? A client who had surgery 3 days earlier is receiving heparin sulfate by subcutaneous injection every 12 hours. In planning for the client's morning care, the priority nursing intervention is which action? A client scheduled to take a subcutaneous anticoagulant at home says to the nurse, "I'm not sure I will be able to take this medication at home." Which statement by the nurse is appropriate? A client is being discharged on warfarin sodium, and the nurse provides instructions to the client regarding the medication. Which statement, if made by the client, indicates to the nurse that the client understands the teaching provided? A client receives education regarding self-administration of enoxaparin on discharge to home. The client complains, "I feel as if the health care provider is discharging me too soon if I still have to take injections at home." Which response should the nurse make? The nurse is caring for a client who is taking warfarin. The nurse notes the presence of gross hematuria and large areas of bruising on the client's body. The nurse notifies the health care provider (HCP) and ensures that which prescribed medication is available? The home care nurse has given instructions to a client who is beginning therapy with digoxin. The nurse determines a need for further teaching if the client makes which statement? A client who began medication therapy with prazosin hydrochloride 1 week earlier arrives at the health care clinic for follow-up evaluation and care. The nurse interprets that the client is experiencing the expected benefit of therapy if which is noted? A hypertensive client has been prescribed clonidine hydrochloride, a transdermal patch. The nurse provides written instructions to the client on the use of the patch. Which statement by the client indicates the need for further instruction? A client with hypertension has begun taking spironolactone. The nurse teaches the client to limit intake of which food? A client with hypertension has a new prescripti...
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