The correct answer is C: Urinary output …….Calcium EDTA is toxic tothe kidneys. Urine output must be measured to monitor renal function.Calcium EDTA should not be given to a child that cannot maintainadequate intake of fluids and adequate kidney function
Question Number 4 of 40
When teaching a client about the use of sublingual nitroglycerin, thenurse should emphasize that which of these is the most common sideeffect?A) HeadacheB) Dry mouthC) DepressionD) AnorexiaThe correct answer is A: Headache …..The most common side effect is headache, related to the generalizedvasodilatation.
Question Number 5 of 40
The nurse is teaching a client about precautions with Coumadin. Thenurse should instruct the client to avoid foods with excessive amountsof which nutrientA) CalciumB) Vitamin KC) IronD) Vitamin EThe correct answer is B: Vitamin K
Question Number 6 of 40
The nurse is assessing a client who has taken haldol (Haloperidol) forseveral months. Which of the following is a side effect of thismedication and must be reported immediately to the health careprovider?A) Muscle flaccidityB) Dystonic reactionC) Mood swingsD) Dry, harsh coughThe correct answer is B: Dystonic reaction ….