(Answered) NR-565 Week 6 Quiz -100% Correct- Solved


NR-565: Advanced Pharmacology Fundamentals

  1. Question: A 17-year old male used clotrimazole (Lotrimin AF) for athlete’s foot last year and he developed a red, itchy rash consistent with a hypersensitivity reaction. He now has athlete’s foot What would be a good choice of antifungal for this patient?
  2. Question: Which of the following is the best initial treatment for a 3-year old with an upper respiratory infection?
  3. Question: When prescribing acyclovir, patients should be educated on which of the following?
  4. Question: A 10-year old, otherwise healthy boy, is diagnosed with acute Which of the following should the nurse practitioner prescribe?
  5. Question: Decongestants should be avoided in which of the following?
  6. Question: A 3-year old male with moderately persistent asthma has been diagnosed with type A Which of the following is true regarding treatment with oseltamivir (Tamiflu)?
  7. Question: An 82-year-old patient has just been diagnosed with herpes zoster (shingles) and the nurse practitioner wants to prescribe an Which of the antivirals used in treating herpes zoster has a higher incidence of serious adverse reactions in immunocompromised patients?
  8. Question: A 73-year old female tested positive as a nasal methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carrier during a pre-operative Treatment to eradicate nasal MRSA is mupirocin. Which of the following should the nurse practitioner advise regarding the treatment?
  9. Question: Which if the following should be prescribed to patients to prevent the development of peripheral neuropathy in patients taking isoniazid for tuberculosis?
  10. Question: A 15-year old male presents with complaints of a rash. The nurse practitioner observes a small superficial raised 3mm round lesion that appears to be a reaction from an insect bite. The lesion is red and swollen with surrounding erythema and moderate excoriation due to There is no drainage from the wound. His parents have limited income and request the cheapest medication available to treat their son. Which of the following is the best treatment choice in this case?


Question 1

Another antifungal medication may be preferable if the patient experiences a hypersensitivity reaction to clotrimazole. You could also try ketoconazole, miconazole, or terbinafine. Some of these substances may be less likely to trigger an allergic reaction, but they still exist. A patch test is the gold standard for determining whether or not a patient will have an allergic reaction to one of these drugs.

Question 2

A decongestant is the best way to start treating an upper respiratory infection in a 3-year-old child. The child’s breathing will become easier as a result of the congestion being cleared up. It’s crucial to get medical help right away if the kid is having trouble breathing.……please click the icon below to purchase the answers at $19