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Nursing2015

March 2004, Volume 34 Number 3 , p 70 - 70

Author

  • MARCY PORTNOFF GEVER PHARMD, MED

Abstract

Outline

  • SECTION I

  • SECTION II

  • ANSWERS

    You routinely administer combination drugs … but do you know what's in them? To find out, match each combination of ingredients in Section II with its correct name in Section I.

    SECTION I

    _____1. Percodan (Endo)

    _____2. Cosopt (Merck)

    _____3. Trinalin (Schering)

    _____4. Loestrin Fe (Parke-Davis)

    _____5. Unasyn (Pfizer)

    SECTION II

    a. oxycodone HCl, 4.5 mg; oxycodone terephthalate, 0.38 mg; aspirin, 325 mg Prescribed to relieve moderately severe pain, this Schedule II combination contains the analgesics oxycodone, an opioid, and aspirin, a nonopioid. Warn your patient to gauge his response before driving—the drug may cause dizziness, sedation, nausea, and vomiting.

    b. norethindrone acetate, 1.0 mg, 1.5 mg; ...

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