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Pharmacology Pre-Test

Pharmacology Pre-Test: Medications

1. An adult client’s insulin dosage is 10 units of regular insulin and 15 units of Neutral Protamine Hagedorn (NPH) insulin in the morning. The client should be taught to expect the first insulin peak:
2. When a drug binds to a receptor to produce a pharmacologic effect, the drug may be called a(n):
3. Your client has been receiving a 10mg dose of oxycodone ER (extended-release) twice a day for chronic pain. Recently, they have been reporting no relief. The client is exhibiting:
4. Your client's physician has prescribed a potassium chloride (KCl) supplement. This is most likely to balance the effects of which drug?
5. What is the nurse's priority assessment for a client receiving enoxaparin?