NCLEX- NSAIDS and opioids

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NCLEX- NSAIDS and opioids
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  1. Tylenol slows the absorption of what drug, causing increased levels of that drug
    Warfarin, coumadin.
  2. Indomethacin (Indocin)
    NSAID. Cox 1,2 inhibior
  3. Diclofenac (Voltaren)
    NSAID. Cox 1,2
  4. Meloxicam (mobic)
    NSAID. Cox 1. decreased platelet aggregation and potential kidney damage.
  5. Celecoxib (Celebrex)
    NSAID. Cox 1. decreased platelet aggregation and potential kidney damage.
  6. Glucocorticoids also can cause gastric bleeding like NSAIDS. what should the pt take to protect themselves from this happening?
    Misoprostol (Cytotec)
  7. What drug can casue Rye syndrome when given to kids with an acute viral infection such as chicken pox or the flu?
    ASA
  8. Besides platelet interference and GI distress, what is another Thing that ASA can cause?
    Tinnitus
  9. What is the antidote for Tylenol toxicity?
    Acetylcysteine (mucomyst)
  10. A pt should not exceed how many grams of tylenol per day?
    4g/day
  11. ketorolac (Toradol) should not be used with what other meds?
    NSAIDS
  12. Meperidine (Demerol)
    Opioid agonist which act on MU receptors producing analgesia
  13. Morphine sulfate
    Opioid agonist which act on MU receptors producing analgesia
  14. Fentanyl (sublimaze)
    Opioid agonist which act on MU receptors producing analgesia
  15. Codeine, oxycodone (Oxycontin)
    Opioid agonist which act on MU receptors producing analgesia
  16. You should avoid giving Morphine to people who have ?
    Biliary Colic. Use meperidone instead.
  17. Besides resp depression, constipation and ortho hypo, what is another side effect of opioid agonist?
    Urinary retention
  18. What is the opioid overdose triad?
    Coma, resp depression and pinpoint pupils
  19. Butorphanol (Stadol)
    Opioid. Agonist/antagonist. Agonsit for Kappa which will cause decreased GI motility.
  20. Nubain
    Opioid. Agonist/antagonist. Agonsit for Kappa which will cause decreased GI motility.
  21. Buprenorphine hydrochloride (Buprenex)
    Opioid. Agonist/antagonist. Agonsit for Kappa which will cause decreased GI motility.
  22. Naloxone (Narcan)
    Opioid antagonist
  23. Naltrexone (Re Via, Depade)
    Opioid antagonist
  24. Nalmefene (Revex)
    Opioid antagonist
  25. What are some adverse effects of opioid antagonists?
    Tachycardia, Tachypnea and pulmonary edema.
  26. Which opioid can result in the buildup of a toxic metabolite with repetitive dosing and should not be used for more than 48 hours?
    Meperidine (Demerol)
  27. Agonist-antagonist opiods differ from pure opiods in that they can cause?
    Abstinence syndrome in clients physcially dependent to opiods.

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