Pharmacology test 6
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Which hormone would be initially responsible for hormone secretion from the ovaries and testes?
Which hormone is involved if a couple engages in the rhythm method of birth control?
Which of the following would a nurse attribute to estrogen?
A pt complains of menstrual cramps. The nurse understands that this is due to what?
Which of the following would a nurse attribute to the effect of testosterone, select all that apply
Increased high-density lipoprotein levels
Vocal cord thickening
facial hair growth
Increased skin elasticity
- Vocal Cord thickening
- Increased Hematocrit
- Facial hair growth
Drugs such as norethindrone acetate transform the proliferative endometrium into a ______ endometrium
The combination of estrogens with _____ increases the risk for development of thrombi and emboli
Two estrogen receptor modulators are _____ and _______
Raloxifine and Toremifene
The prototype fertility agent is
_______ are a group of drugs that stimulate uterine contraction
A pt is prescribed estradiol in a vaginal ring form. The nurse would instruct the patient to insert the new ring at which frequency?
Every 3 months
When reviewing the hx of a pt, which of the following would a nurse identify as a contraindication for the use of progestins?
A pt is using oral contraceptives combination that includes drospierenone. The nurse would assess for which of the following?
After teaching a woman who is reveiving estrogen hormonal therapy about substances to avoid, the nurse determines that additional teaching is needed when the pt cites which of the following?
St Johns wort
A postmenopausal women is receiving reloxifene as part of a treatment plan for osteoporosis. The nurse would instruct the patient that this drug is administered by which route?
A group of students are reviewing the various fertility drugs available. The students demonstrate understanding when they identify which drug as being administered orally?
Which agent would a nurse expect to be ordered for a patient who experiences preterm labor?
The nurse monitors a patient receiving oxytocin for water intoxication based on the understanding this condition is the result of which of the following?
-Stimulation of the neuroreceptor sites
-Release of the antidiuretic hormone
-Effects secondary to ergotism
-Blockage of estrogen receptor sites
Release of antidiuretic hormone
A pt is beginning therapy with a combined oral contraceptive. The nurse would instruct the patient to take the first pill on which of the following days?
-First day of menstrual bleeding
-fifth day of the cycle
-Fourteenth day of the usual cycle
-First day of the next month
Fifth day of the menstrual cycle
A pt who is taking oral contraceptives develops an URI for which tetracycline is ordered. Which instruction would be most important for the nurse to include?
-Taking tetracycline 2 hours after taking the oral contraceptive
-Using an alternative means of contraceptive while taking tetracycline
-Reducing the oral contraceptive to every other day
-Monitor for increased adverse effects of the oral contraceptive
Using an alternative means of contraception while taking tetracycline
A pt is receiving estrogen therapy. Which of the following would the nurse instruct the patient to report immediately?
Which of the following owuld a nurse identify as a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist?
A pt is to reveive lutropin alfa. The nurse would expect to administer this agent by which route?
A pt is to receive dinoprostone at 4pm, when should the patient experience uterine contractions?
A pt who has come into the emergency department after being raped and is given a dose of emergency contraception at 12 am, the nurse would instruct the pt to take another dose of the drug at which time?
Movement of substances from the renal tubule back into the vascular system
Catalyst that speeds up the reaction combining water and Carbon dioxide
Hormone produced by the adrenal gland
Functional unit of the kidney
Active movement of substances from the blood into the renal tubule
Hormone produced by the hypothalamus
Passage of fluid and small components through the glomerulus into the tubule
The amount of fluid excreted as urine each day averages approx less than how many liters?
Where are sodium ions actively reabsorbed?
Proximal convoluted tubule
Which of the following owuld lead to a release of aldosterone?
-Low potassium levels
Which of the following is released in response to a decrease in blood flow to the nephron?
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