pharm exam 1 group activity and gout questions

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pharm questions, ALWAYS THESES ANSWERS: ~acetaminophen ~ASA ~ibuprofen ~hydrocortisone 1% cream ~naproxen ~nabumetone
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  1. What drugs are anti-pyretics? (5)
    • 1. acteminophen
    • 2. ASA
    • 3. ibuprofen
    • 4. naproxen
    • 5. nabumetone
    • (ALL EXCEPT hydrocortisone 1% cream)
  2. What drugs are anti-inflammatories?
    All except acetaminophen
  3. What drugs are NSAIDs? (4)
    • 1. ASA
    • 2. ibuprofen
    • 3. naproxen
    • 4. nabumetone
  4. What drug is a steroid?
    ONLY hydrocortisone 1% cream
  5. Which drugs are analgesics?
    ALL except hydrocortisone 1% cream
  6. What drugs are irritating to the GI tract? (4)
    • 1. ASA
    • 2. ibuprofen
    • 3. naproxen
    • 4. nabumetone
  7. What drugs are antiprostaglandins? (4)
    • 1. ASA
    • 2. ibuprofen
    • 3. naproxen
    • 4. nabumetone
  8. What drugs are OTC?
    ALL except nabumetone
  9. What drugs can you get by prescription? (4)
    • 1. ibuprofen
    • 2. hydrocortisone 1% cream
    • 3. naproxen
    • 4. nabumetone
  10. What is the brand name for acetaminophen?
    Tylenol
  11. What is the brand name for ASA?
    bayer aspirin
  12. What is the brand name for ibuprofen?
    motrin
  13. What is the brand name for hydrocortisone 1% cream? (2)
    • 1. Calamine lotion
    • 2. cortes
  14. What is the brand name for naproxen? (2)
    • 1. aleve
    • 2. anaprox
  15. What is the brand name for nabumetone?
    relafen
  16. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) Assess the client taking colchicine for? (2)
    • 1. nausea
    • 2. loose stools
  17. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) intravenous infusion is usually limited to?
    acute attacks of gout
  18. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) local tissue reactions can occur with?
    colchicine
  19. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) Factors that may provoke gout attacks include?
    • 1. high fat diet
    • 2. purine-rich foods
    • 3. thiazide diuretics
    • 4. liver extracts
    • 5. nicotinic acid
    • 6. cancer chemotherapeutic agents
    • 7. levodopa
    • 8. ethambutol
    • 9. ergotamine
  20. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) ASA is avoided when what is used? (2)
    • 1. probenecid
    • 2. sulfinpyrazone
  21. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) Fliud intake is encouraged during what treatments? (3)
    • 1. probenecid
    • 2. sulfinprazone
    • 3. allopurinol
  22. (CLIENTS RECIEVING DRUGS FOR HYPERURICEMIA) notify prescriber promptly if skin rash occurs when using?
    allopurinol therapy

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