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NCLEX Cardiac Medications

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1. blocking renal beta 1 receptors cause






2. Direct Renin Inhibitor






3. what med can cause tahchydysrhythmias






4. topical nitroglycerin ointment apply to dry skin and






5. ARB that maintain diabetic nephropathy






6. ACE inhibitors may cause






7. direct acting vasodilators (hydralazine) treat






8. carvedilol (coreg)






9. eplerenone (Inspra)






10. What to do for hypotension following first dose/dizziness






11. administer adrenergic neuron blockers how






12. give last dose of diuretic at What time






13. phosphodiesterase inhibitors increases or decreases cardiac output






14. Ace inhibitors can cause a...






15. what makes norepinephrine unavailable for use






16. decreases blood levels of furosemide






17. Blockage of angiotensin II






18. Normal blood pressure






19. phosphodiesterase inhibitors






20. ARB that prevent stroke






21. decreases blood levels of irbesartan (avapro)






22. dobutamine (dobutrex)






23. Valsartan (Diovan)






24. labetalol (trandate)






25. monitor potassium levels while taking..






26. What Statins can cause






27. 1st sign of dry cough What to do?






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






29. facial flushing may occur with






30. transmucosal nitroglycerin place between






31. upon first dose and increase in dose what may the client experience with blood pressure meds






32. beta adrenergic blockers that treat angina pectoris






33. Nitropusside (Nitropress)






34. resirpine (serpalan - resirpine)






35. minoxidil (rogaine)






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






37. beta adrenergic blocker






38. if pulse is below 60 hold on...






39. losartan (Cozaar)






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






41. hydralaizine maybe given with What to reduce fluid retention






42. Losinopril (Prinivil)






43. beta adrenergic blocker






44. increases cardiac output during heart failure






45. if patient has rheumatic heart disease - tachcardia - or MI dont take what?






46. dont give with high fat meal (slows absorption)






47. diuretis can...






48. centrally act alpha 2 agonist are...






49. Herbal ginseng increases...






50. PVD or Raynaud's Disease patients shouldnt take