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NCLEX Cardiac Medications

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1. take adrenergic neuron blocker while on MAOIs depressent






2. beta blockers and calcium channel blockers decrease tachycardia effects in






3. phosphodiesterase inhibitors increases or decreases cardiac output






4. decreases blood levels of furosemide






5. Second choice after ACE inhibitors for treatment of hypertension is...






6. erythromycin - verapamil - ketoconazole - lithium are interactions of what?






7. alpha/beta blockers can decrease






8. substained release form of calcium channel blocker should be swallowed whole and not






9. hydralaizine maybe given with What to reduce fluid retention






10. RAAS suppressants






11. losartan (Cozaar)






12. ACE inhibitors may cause






13. alpha/beta blockers in comibinational usage with oral hypoglycemic agents can cause what?






14. Candesartan (Atacand)






15. monitor potassium levels while taking..






16. beta adrenergic blocker






17. side effect:dry - non productive cough






18. St. john worts decreases...






19. loop diuretics cause...






20. Tachycardia is the body's natural response to...






21. side effects that ARBs dont have that AEC inhibitors do have






22. aliskiren (tekturna) given with potassium sparing diuretic causes






23. What to do when Episodes of headache and insomnia while on ARBs occur






24. digoxin is cintraindicated in pt. with






25. prototype drug of beta adrenergic blockers






26. phosphodiesterase inhibitors increase or decrease contractillity of the heart






27. AngiotensionII Receptor Blockers abbreviated






28. Losinopril (Prinivil)






29. Palpitation - muscle weakness - paresthesias are signs of...






30. dont take aliskiren (tekturna) if






31. Treat hypertension - heart failure - diabetic nephropathy - left ventricular function following myocardial infarction






32. chlorothiazied (DIURIL)






33. patient reports chest pain with dobutamine






34. indirectly increases heart rate (low blood pressure stimulates baroreceptors refles






35. hyporkalemia - angina chest pain - hypotension - cardiac dysrhythmias are side effects of...






36. milrinone (primacor) prototype






37. when angioedema occurs






38. Blocks production of angiotensin II






39. dilating the peripheral vessels will treat what?






40. adrenergic neuron blockers can cause






41. labetalol (trandate)






42. bumetanide (bumex)






43. Dont give alpha/beta blocker if pt...






44. resirpine (serpalan - resirpine)






45. Another name for sympatholytics






46. alpha adrenergic antagonist can cause...






47. administer adrenergic neuron blockers how






48. facial flushing may occur with






49. urinary excretion of sodium n water - retention of potassium describes how what works..






50. refrain from using potassium supplement or potassium containing salt while on...