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Hesi.docx with all questions and answer solution latest 2020 1. Of the following antidepressant medications, which is not excreted partially in the feces? Amitriptyline (Amitriptyline is excreted ... in the urine but not the feces. Nefazodone and bupropion is excreted both in the urine and the feces.) 2. If a 4 year old pediatric patient arrives at the emergency room with their mother who says the child accidently swallowed an unknown number of Xanax, which of the following should the nurse know is the antidote for benzodiazepines? Romazicon Romazicon is the antidote for Xanax. The treatment for overdose of this medication would include gastric lavage, Romazicon, and supportive care. These may differ according to the amount of Xanax that was taken. 3. Medications that increase the output of respiratory tract fluid by decreasing the adhesiveness and surface tension of the respiratory tract and by facilitating removal of viscous mucous is known as which of the following? Expectorants Expectorants are medications that aid in the output of respiratory tract fluids. These medications can cause drowsiness, headache, and GI symptoms. 4. The nurse is administering an intramuscular injection to a 55 year old female and when they aspirate there is blood return. Which of the following interventions would be correct for the nurse at this time? Do not administer the injection, discard the needle, medications, and start again. (When administering an intramuscular injection, if there is blood return the nurse should stop the injection. The contents of the syringe should be discarded and the process should be started over.) 5. In cases of congenital or acquired hypothyroidism, which of the following would be considered the T4 synthetic that could be prescribed? Levothyroxine sodium (Levothyroxine sodium is a synthetic T4 hormone that is indicated as replacement or supplementation of T4. This medication is prescribed in cases of congential or acquired hypothyroidism.) 6. Over-the-counter medications which might be used for diaper rashes and rashes might include? Some of these medications could include: Miconazole, Nystatin, Clotrimazole, Ketoconazole [Show More]

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