Chpt 19 RMA

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  1. Which of the following is a common route for the administration of parental medications?

    A. Topical
    B. Transdermal
    C. Injection
    D. Rectal
    E. Oral
    C
  2. A prefilled syringe is also know as a(n)

    A. Tuberculin syringe
    B. Hypodermic syringe
    C. Insulin Syringe
    D. Cartridge
    E. Flange
    D
  3. Which of the following muscles is commonly used for intramuscular injections in the infant?

    A. Deltoid
    B. Internal
    C. Insulin syringe
    D. Vastus lateralis
    E. Gasteroenemias
    D
  4. Which of the following is the most appropriate needle gauge for a subcutaneous injection?

    A. 15
    B. 17
    C. 20
    D. 21
    E. 25
    E
  5. Which of the following injection methods should be chosen for medications that are irritating or may cause discoloration of the skin?

    A. Subcutaneous
    B. Intravenous
    C. Z-track
    D. Intradermal
    E. Intramuscular
    C
  6. Medication applied in patch form is called

    A. Buccal
    B. Topical ointment
    C. Tine test
    D. Mantoux test
    E. Transdermal
    E
  7. The needle gauges usually used for intravenous injection are

    A. 18-19
    B. 20-21
    C. 23-24
    D. 26-27
    E. 28-32
    B
  8. Which of the following is the most appropriate angle of injection to ensure accurate results of a mantoux test?

    A. 15 degrees
    B. 25 degrees
    C. 45 degrees
    D. 60 degrees
    E. 90 degrees
    A
  9. A drug combined with an oil based, resulting in a semisolid preparation, is a(n)

    A. Cream
    B. Ointment
    C. Tablet
    D. Suppository
    E. Liniment
    B
  10. The doctor has ordered has ordered a dose of medicine to be 300mg, but the medicine is available only in 50 mg tablets. What is the correct dose?

    A. 5 tablets
    B. 6 tablets
    C. 320 mg
    D. 75 mg
    E. None of the above
    B
  11. The doctor has ordered 120 mg of a drug that comes only in 30mg tablets. How many tablets constitute a dose?

    A. 3
    B.4
    C. 6
    D. 12
    E. 15
    B
  12. The metric system employs a uniform scale based on powers of

    A. 1
    B. 10
    C. 50
    D. 100
    E. None of the above
    B
  13. A physican orders ranitidine ( zantac) 300mg if the drug is avalible in 150-mg tablets should be given to the patient?

    A. 1.0
    B. 1.5
    C. 2.0
    D. 2.5
    E. 3.0
    C
  14. Which of the following drug administration routes is the most approprite for patient who has nausea and vommiting?

    A. Sublingual
    B. Nasal
    C. Baccal
    D. Rectal
    E. Oral
    D
  15. A physican prescribes 10 ml of a liquid suspension for a pediatric pt. How many teaspoons should the patient's parents administer?

    A. 1
    B. 2
    C. 3
    D. 4
    E. 5
    B
  16. The most commonly used sized of insulin syringe is the

    A. 20 unit
    B. 40 unit
    C. 60 unit
    D. 80 units
    E. 100 unit
    E
  17. The angle of insertion for intradermal injections is

    A. 5 degrees
    B. 15 degrees
    C. 45 degrees
    D. 90 degrees
    E. 30 degrees
    B
  18. Which of the following needle gauges is used for the Mantoux test?

    A. 16-17
    B. 19-20
    C. 20-22
    D. 23-24
    E. 26-27
    E
  19. The physican asks you to convert 30 grains of medication into the metric system. Which of the following represents an accurate conversions?

    A. 2 grams
    B. 2 drams
    C. 1 gram
    D. 3 ounces
    E. 3 grams
    A
  20. The last vaccination for rabies must be scheduled no later than how long after the first vaccination?

    A. 2 weeks
    B. 4 weeks
    C. 8 weeks
    D. 12 weeks
    E 16 weeks
    B

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