Question: D. Urine and blood cultures Which observation, if reported by a client, is most suggestive of an …


d. Urine and blood cultures Which observation, if reported by a client, is most suggestive of an adverse reaction to gentamicin. a. A WBC of 8000 b Ringing in the ears c. Itching d. Nasal stuffiness 8. Penicillin V Potassium (Pen-Vee-K) 500 mg PO gid is ondered for an adult client. He reports that he took penicillin for the first time two months ago What should the nurse do? a. Be sure that skin testing for a penicillin allergy has heen done b Observe for signs of an allergic response. s Withhold the penicillin d Notify the physician 9. The nurse in the physicians office is instructing an adult about taking penicillin V potassium (Pen-Vee-K) qid. When should the nurse tell him to take the medicine? a With meals and at bedtime b. Once a day at 10 a.m c. On an empty stomach at six-hour intervals d. With orange juice at four bour intervals 10. A 10-month-old has been diagnosed as having acute otitis media. The pediatrician prescribed amoxicillin suspension. What instructions should the nurse five the childs mother? When your childs temperature has been nornal for two days, discontinue the medicine Discard any unused medication. If your child has symptoms of an ear infection again, start giving her the leftover medication. Give her child all of the medication in the bottle a. b. c. d. 11. Keflex 250 mg PO q 6 h is ordered for an adult. The nurse notes that her history indicates that she has an allergy to penicillin. What is the most appropriate initial action for the nurse? Notify the physician. Observe the client carefully after giving the medication. Administer the Keflex IV instead of PO. Ask the client to describe the reaction that she had to penicillin. a. b. c. d. 12. Which of the following persons would be less likely to receive tetracyeline? a. An adolescent with acne. b. A woman with chlamydia who is seven months pregnant. c. A 10-year-old with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

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d. Urine and blood cultures Which observation, if reported by a client, is most suggestive of an adverse reaction to gentamicin. a. A WBC of 8000 b Ringing in the ears c. Itching d. Nasal stuffiness 8. Penicillin V Potassium (Pen-Vee-K) 500 mg PO gid is ondered for an adult client. He reports that he took penicillin for the first time two months ago What should the nurse do? a. Be sure that skin testing for a penicillin allergy has heen done b Observe for signs of an allergic response. s Withhold the penicillin d Notify the physician 9. The nurse in the physician's office is instructing an adult about taking penicillin V potassium (Pen-Vee-K) qid. When should the nurse tell him to take the medicine? a With meals and at bedtime b. Once a day at 10 a.m c. On an empty stomach at six-hour intervals d. With orange juice at four bour intervals 10. A 10-month-old has been diagnosed as having acute otitis media. The pediatrician prescribed amoxicillin suspension. What instructions should the nurse five the child's mother? When your child's temperature has been nornal for two days, discontinue the medicine Discard any unused medication. If your child has symptoms of an ear infection again, start giving her the leftover medication. Give her child all of the medication in the bottle a. b. c. d. 11. Keflex 250 mg PO q 6 h is ordered for an adult. The nurse notes that her history indicates that she has an allergy to penicillin. What is the most appropriate initial action for the nurse? Notify the physician. Observe the client carefully after giving the medication. Administer the Keflex IV instead of PO. Ask the client to describe the reaction that she had to penicillin. a. b. c. d. 12. Which of the following persons would be less likely to receive tetracyeline? a. An adolescent with acne. b. A woman with chlamydia who is seven months pregnant. c. A 10-year-old with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

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