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Which of the following routes of administration is not considered to be parenteral?
An antagonist of a drug is usually one that:
A. Works in synergy with another drug
B. Blocks the action of another drug
C. Causes the patient to react
D. Should not be administered as a parenteral drug
Normal saline 0.9% NaCl is considered to be a(n):
A. Hypertonic solution
B. Hypotonic solution
C. Isotonic solution
D. Solution that has no value in IV therapy
Which of the following is not considered to be one of the six rights of medication administration:
A. Right place
B. Right dosage
C. Right patient
D. Right route
An analgesic drug is one that helps the patient:
A. Fight off allergic reactions
B. Come out of shock
C. Relieve pain
D. Fight off bacteria
Which of the following is a unit of volume in the metric system?
D. Cubic centimeter
Swelling at or above the puncture site during or after the injection is an indication of:
D. Thrombus formation
When making calculations for pediatric patients, the adult weight is always considered to be:
A. >40 lb
B. >60 lb
C. >100 lb
D. >150 lb
Diazepam is considered to be an _____ drug.
Urticaria, wheezing, and bronchospasm are considered symptoms of a(n) _____ reaction.
D. Air embolism