Expected Actions/Outcomes

by Diana Shenefield, PhD

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    The lecture Expected Actions/Outcomes by Diana Shenefield, PhD is from the course Physiological Integrity. It contains the following chapters:

    • Expected Actions and Outcomes
    • Routes of Administration

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Give drug on an empty stomach with a full glass of water
    2. Administer drug with meals
    3. Give drug with a full glass of milk to prevent gastric irritation
    4. Give drug with a glass of orange juice or other source of vitamin C
    1. 1130-1930
    2. 0930-1030
    3. 1130-1430
    4. 1530-1930
    1. “It slows down the motility of the intestine, thereby increasing fluid absorption”
    2. “Because of the increased sodium in the stool, fluid moves into the bloodstream”
    3. “It increases the bulk in the intestines resulting in decreased peristalsis”
    4. “It decreases circulation of blood to the bowels making them less reactive to stimulation.”
    1. Decreased urethral obstruction
    2. Hypotension
    3. Syncope
    4. Decreased urinary frequency
    5. Increased urine flow

    Author of lecture Expected Actions/Outcomes

     Diana Shenefield, PhD

    Diana Shenefield, PhD

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