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NCLEX Cardiac Medications

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1. when angioedema occurs






2. Fosinopril ( Monopril)






3. monitor potassium levels while taking..






4. beta adrenergic blocker






5. take atenolol (ternomin) when






6. Captopril (Capotene)






7. cimetidine increases...






8. alpha/beta blockers are...






9. NSAID Is a interaction of...






10. common SLE like symptoms






11. side effect:Hyperkalemia






12. sever depression and suicide may linger after d/c of What adrenergic neuron blocker?






13. decreases blood levels of furosemide






14. Candesartan (Atacand)






15. ARBs that treat heart failure






16. what med can cause tahchydysrhythmias






17. 1st sign of dry cough What to do?






18. dobutamine (dobutrex)






19. Sever hypertension following first does






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






21. amiloride (midamor)






22. correct fluid deficit and hypokalemia while on...






23. milrinone (primacor) prototype






24. periphireal blood vessels have alpha 1 receptors: What the action






25. Calcium channel blockers can...






26. take adrenergic neuron blocker with peptic ulcer or collitis






27. taking statin while taking antidiabetic drugs can cause






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






29. Side effects of ARBs






30. NSAIDs may decrease...






31. Herbal ginseng increases...






32. potassium sparing diuretics blocks the action of what?






33. beta receptors of the peripheral vessels cause what?






34. What is Angiodema






35. Nitropusside (Nitropress)






36. Taking calcium channel blockers with melatonin causes






37. carvedilol (coreg)






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






39. inhibit innervation of sympathetic neurins in the central nervous system






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






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






42. taking adrenerfgic receptor blocker with oral hypoglycemia agents can cause






43. thiazide diuretics can...






44. Losinopril (Prinivil)






45. Give calcium channel blocker with beta blockers to prevent






46. take metoprolol (lopressor) with






47. increases blood levels of lipitor and nizoral






48. When is the best time to give alpha 1 adrenergic blockers






49. phosphodiesterase inhibitors






50. What Statins can cause