Chpt 19 RMA

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Chpt 19 RMA
2010-08-24 11:16:33
Chpt RMA

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
  2. A prefilled syringe is also know as a(n)

    A. Tuberculin syringe
    B. Hypodermic syringe
    C. Insulin Syringe
    D. Cartridge
    E. Flange
  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
  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
  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
  6. Medication applied in patch form is called

    A. Buccal
    B. Topical ointment
    C. Tine test
    D. Mantoux test
    E. Transdermal
  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
  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
  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
  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
  11. The doctor has ordered 120 mg of a drug that comes only in 30mg tablets. How many tablets constitute a dose?

    A. 3
    C. 6
    D. 12
    E. 15
  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
  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
  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
  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
  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
  17. The angle of insertion for intradermal injections is

    A. 5 degrees
    B. 15 degrees
    C. 45 degrees
    D. 90 degrees
    E. 30 degrees
  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
  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
  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