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Nonlegend means a drug that is:
A side effect is:
The role of the medication aide includes:
A medication aide can provide medications under the direction of a:
Most medications are stored in a facility in a:
Medications must be labeled and packaged by the:
Gloves must be worn whenever there is a chance of:
Which of the following would be a medication error?
Common drug actions include:
Which of the following should be immediately reported to the person providing direction and monitoring?
The directions for providing a medication says to “give with food.” The resident has an upset stomach and does not want to eat. What should you do?
You have made a mistake in recording a medication provision. What is the best thing to do?
You overhear one of your coworkers talking about a resident in the break room. What should you do?
You hear a resident call out, and when you walk into the room she says, “That nurse hit me!” What should you do?
Which of the following are examples of abuse?
The label of the container and the five rights must be checked how many times while setting up medications?
A medication is poured into the medicine cup immediately after:
When providing medications, you would document after:
When providing topical medications, remember to:
When providing ear drops to an adult, the outer ear is pulled:
Providing medication by inhaler includes:
Which of the following would you find in a resident’s room who is using oxygen?
Drug metabolism most often takes place in the:
Drug use may be affected by:
Most medications are excreted through the:
A dose that is customarily given to an adult is a:
Signs of an allergic reaction include:
. The drug class that would be used to numb the skin is called:
The most common side effect of medications applied to the skin is:
When applying topical medications, remember to:
Which drug classification increases urine excretion?
A heart attack may also be called a:
Inflammation of lung tissue is called:
Drugs given to control cough are called:
Antineoplastic drugs are used to treat:
A disorder of the nervous system caused by the sudden blockage of blood supply to the brain is called:
Drugs that neutralize stomach acid are called:
Symptoms of hyperglycemia (diabetic coma) include:
When providing a medication to the eye, the container should be marked:
Which drug classification would be given to treat an infection of the eye?