Exam 1

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Aquinas2012
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Exam 1
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2012-01-16 21:42:32
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Fluid electrolytes
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  1. What is the normal creatinine level?
    0.7 -1.4 mg/dL
  2. What is the normal magnesium level?
    1.3 - 2.6mg/dL
  3. 28 year old male presents with decreased BP, decreased urine output and a thready pulse. BUN is 25mg/dL.
    What fluid is most appropriate?
    A) D5W
    B) Oral rehydration fluid
    C) D5 Normal
    D) 0.45% Sodium Chloride
    A) is correct use an isotonic fluid when treating hypovolemia if the Blood pressure is low
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. True/False Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors such as Precose and Glyset can cause hypoglycemia.
    False
  5. True/False Sulfonylureas such as Amaryl can cause hypoglycemia
    True
  6. True/False Biguanides such as metformin can cause hypoglycemia
    False
  7. When giving a patient metformin what is important to tell them regaurding contrast medium?
    Contrast medium should not be given to a patient on metformin due to interactions
  8. It is important to monitor liver function tests in the diabetic patient on what medication?
    A) Actos
    B) Glucophage
    C) Precose
    D) Diabeta
    A) Thiazolidinediones such as Actos have a side effect of liver toxicity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. True/False Meglitinides such as Starlix and Prandin can cause hypoglycemia
    True

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