5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- anti-histamines AE
- anti-histamines DDI
- Beta blocker Patient Education
- anti-histamines Pediatric
- Beta blocker PG
- a do not take with alcohol
- b RARE
- c Report SOB, new-onset depression or worsen existing depression. Start lowest and go slow. Do not suddenly stop taking.Do not stand or sit up too quickly; hold onto railings when going up/down steps. Educate diabetics to check glucose levels often.
- d Not recommended (paradoxical effect)
- e C
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- More sensitive to the SE/AE and increased risk for falls while taking these drugs, used cautiously. lower dose recommended.
- For mild anxiety, preoperative or procedure sedative, hypnotic, analgesic, and tranquilizer
- Anxiety is relieved without much sedation, symptoms of anxiety are decreased, sense of well being is improved
- Causes CNS depression with opiates, sediatives, hypnotics, anesthetics, alcohol.
- drowsiness, lack of coordination (impaired driving skills), cognitive impairements, paradoxical effects (aggression, insomnia, anxiety, seizure, irritable, impulsive).
5 True/False Questions
alpha 2-adrenergic agonist Geriatric → More sensitive to the SE/AE and increased risk for falls while taking these drugs, used cautiously. lower dose recommended.
alpha 2-adrenergic agonist USE → CHF, hallucinations, delirium
Non-benzodiazepine Sedative-hypnotic MOA → Short-acting nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic that stimulates gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter, by binding to GABAA receptors at the same location as benzodiazepines
Benzo-diazapines Pediatric → increased CNS depression may occur when given with other CNS depressants ((alcohol, opiods and barbiturates )
Non-benzodiazepine Sedative-hypnotic → Zolpidem (Ambien)