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Muscle relaxation as adjunct to anesthesia. Facilitates intubation & endoscopy, increases pulmonary compliance in assisted or controlled respiration, & reduces intensity of muscle contractions in pharmacologically induced or electroshock convulsions:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
c) Succinylcholine chloride
Caution use in head injury or drug & alcohol dependent patients, do not give bolus/ may cause convulsions if taking tricyclic antidepressants:

a) Flumazenil

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

e) Turbocurarine chloride
Flumazenil
Used for complete or partial reversal of sedation induced by benzodiazepine for anesthesia or diagnostic or therapeutic procedures and through overdose

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) e) Turbocurarine chloride
Flumazenil
Use prepared within 24 hrs. caution for extravasation, arteritis, neuritis, skin slough. Intraarterial injection usually causes extreme pain before patient loses consciousness/ Adverse effects: headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation./metabolized in liver, excreted urine. ½ life 12 min. On set is rapid with loss of consciousness within 30-60 sec.

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
Thiopen/Pentothal

(Thiopental sodium Pentothal)
Oxytocic/ administered after delivery of the placenta. Minimizes the risk of postpartal hemorrhage/ Onset 5-15 min PO, 2-5 min IM, duration 3 or more h PO; 3 hrs IM; 45 min IV/ distributed into breast milk:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine

autonomic nervous system agent; adrenergic antagonist (sympatholytic); ergot alkaloid
Skeletal muscle relaxant & used as adjunct to general anesthesia, facilitate management of mechanical ventilation, reduce intensity of muscle contractions in tetanus & in pharmacologically or electrically induced convulsions, treat spastic states in children, & for diagnosis of myasthenia gravis when conventional test did not work:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
e) Turbocurarine chloride
Produces skeletal muscle relaxation as adjunct to anesthesia & used to facilitate intubation & endoscopy, to increase pulmonary compliance in assisted or controlled respiration:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
c) Succinylcholine chloride
Induces hypnosis & anesthesia prior to or as supplement to other anesthetic agents or as sole agent for brief (15 min) operative procedures:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal
Do not use this solutions if more than faintly discolored:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
Turbocurarine chloride
This medication is used to treat spastic states in children:

a) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Succinylcholine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Turbocurarine chloride
e) Turbocurarine chloride
This drug minimizes the risk of postpartal hemorrhage:

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine:
Administer this medication IM deeply & preferably high into deltoid. Use only free solution. Give test dose.

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
a) Succinylcholine chloride
Give test dose for 1 min for unexpected deep anesthesia or respiratory depression:

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal
Used to reduce intensity of muscle contractions in tetanus:

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
c) Turbocurarine chloride
Do not administer this drug via give bolus; may cause convulsions if taken with tricyclic antidepressants

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
d) Flumazenil
Patient is to recieve Methyl/Mal/Mehergine by IM. Onset & duration is:

a) onset: 5-15 min
duration: 3 hours

b) onset: 10-15 min
duration: 3

c) onset: 2-5 min
duration: 45 min

d) onset: 2-5 min
duration: 3 hrs
Methyl/Mal/Mehergine-IM.

onset: 2-5 min
duration: 3 hrs

Methyl/Mal/Mehergine-IM 2-5 for 3
Used to induce hypnosis & anesthesia prior to or as supplement to other anesthetic agents:

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal
On set of this drug is rapid with loss of consciousness within 30-60 sec.

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal
It is important to obtain base line kidney function before use of this drug:

a) Succinylcholine chloride

b) Thiopental sodium Pentothal

c) Turbocurarine chloride

d) Flumazenil

e) Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine
c) Turbocurarine chloride
Patient is to recieve Methyl/Mal/Mehergine by PO. Onset & duration is:

a) onset: 5-15 min
duration: 3 hours

b) onset: 10-15 min
duration: 3

c) onset: 2-5 min
duration: 45 min

d) onset: 2-5 min
duration: 3 hrs
Methyl/Mal/Mehergine by PO.

onset: 5-15 min
duration: 3 hours

Methyl/Mal/Mehergine-PO 5-15 for 3
The Rn will advise the patient taking this medication causes non ovulating women to resume ovulation:

a) Metformin Glucophage

b)Methyl/Mal/Mehergine

c)Succinyl

d)Rosiglitazone maleate Avandia

e)Turbocurarine
d)Rosiglitazone maleate Avandia
Side effect(s) of Methyl/Mal/Meher:

a) resp. depression, apnea, maglignant hyperthermia, excessive salivation, decrease motility of GI

b) headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation

c) malignant hyperthermia, CV collapse

d) distributed into breast milk
d) distributed into breast milk
Side effect(s) of Turbocurarine

a) resp. depression, apnea, maglignant hyperthermia, excessive salivation, decrease motility of GI

b) headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation

c) malignant hyperthermia, CV collapse

d) distributed into breast milk
c) malignant hyperthermia, CV collapse
Side effect(s) of Succinyl:

a) resp. depression, apnea, maglignant hyperthermia, excessive salivation, decrease motility of GI

b) headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation

c) malignant hyperthermia, CV collapse

d) distributed into breast milk
resp. depression, apnea, maglignant hyperthermia, excessive salivation, decrease motility of GI
Side effect(s) of Thiopental sodium Pentothal:

a) resp. depression, apnea, maglignant hyperthermia, excessive salivation, decrease motility of GI

b) headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation

c) malignant hyperthermia, CV collapse

d) distributed into breast milk
b) headache, retrograde amnesia, emergence delirium, CV depression, N&V, regurg of GI contents, rectal irritation, hiccups, sneezing, coughing, hypothermia, salivation
Patient complains of hiccups, sneezing, & coughing after taking this drug:

a) Thiopental/Pentothal

b)Methyl/Mal/Mehergine

c)Succinyl

d)Rosiglitazone maleate Avandia

e)Turbocurarine
a) Thiopental/Pentothal
Withhold this drug 48 hrs before and after IV contrast dye:

a) Acarbose/Precose

b) Metformin/Glucophage

c) Insulin Regular

d) Repaglinide Prandin

e) glyburideDiabeta, Euglucon

f) Rosi/Mal/Avandia
b) Metformin/Glucophage
Adverse affects off this medication are heartburn, cholestatic jaundice:

a) Acarbose/Precose

b) Metformin/Glucophage

c) Insulin Regular

d) Repaglinide Prandin

e) glyburideDiabeta, Euglucon

f) Rosi/Mal/Avandia
e) glyburideDiabeta, Euglucon
The Rn will advise the patient taking this drug: "use added contraceptive if using hormonal contraception:
a) Metformin Glucophage

b)Methylergonovine Maleate Mehergine

c)Succinylcholine chloride

d)Rosiglitazone maleate Avandia

e)Turbocurarine chloride
d)Rosiglitazone maleate Avandia
This medication inhibits or delays the absorption of sugars from the intestinal tract& not affected on lactase. Give with first bite at each of the three meals:

a) Acarbose/Precose

b) Metformin/Glucophage

c) Insulin Regular

d) Repaglinide Prandin

e) glyburideDiabeta, Euglucon

f) Rosi/Mal/Avandia
a) Acarbose/Precose