By Katherine Rogers
This e-book is designed as a revision and examine reduction for scholar nurses project their pharmacology module/s and similar examination review. it's a self-test e-book of self-assessment questions and quizzes that's designed to either try scholars studying and aid them take on their wisdom gaps by means of explaining the solutions to the entire questions integrated. The textual content is organised into physique platforms chapters and every chapter contains the next kinds of questions: *True or fake *Multiple selection *Fill within the clean *Match the phrases. inside every one bankruptcy, the entire solutions are given after which defined - so the booklet can be utilized either for self-testing and extra optimistic revision. Read more...
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For example, when a patient presents with the classic symptoms of meningitis, he or she should immediately receive a broad-spectrum antibacterial agent – usually benzylpenicillin or cefotaxime – to treat the infection, which is administered by IV to hasten the onset of action in treating the infection. Narrow-spectrum antibacterials target specific families of bacteria that tend to be either Gram-negative or Gram-positive. ✖ MULTIPLE CHOICE Correct answers identified in bold italics. 0 g every 4–6 hours with no more than 4 g ingested in any 24-hour period.
86] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. ANSWERS 19/11/2013 09:03 ANSWERS against the concentration of the same IV-administered drug to determine the bioavailability of the oral dosage. ✖ 15 Free, unbound drug molecules cannot exert a pharmacological effect. Drugs are considered free and unbound when they are not bound to plasma proteins in the blood. Only free drug molecules, which are not bound to plasma proteins, can leave the bloodstream and enter the interstitial (tissue) fluid to exert a pharmacological effect.
Although it has relatively few side-effects, patients must be careful not to accidently overdose, as this can cause serious liver damage, even at two or three times the therapeutic dose. 11 A major structural difference between bacterial and human cells is: a) bacterial cells have a cell wall b) bacterial cells have no nucleus c) bacterial cells have multiple nuclei d) there are no differences Human cells do not have a cell wall, they only have a cell membrane. Bacterial cells have a cell wall made up of peptidoglycan – this is unique to bacteria and this unique property is exploited in antibacterial drugs leaving human cells unharmed.
Nurses!: test yourself in pharmacology by Katherine Rogers