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A stab wound to the Right Upper Quadrant of the abdomen is most likely to injure the …?
The airway in an adult patient is narrowest at the vocal cords
The term ipsilateral means
Which of the following is a cellular organelle?
Which of the following is NOT true of the trachea
CSF rhinorrhoea is most likely associated with a fractured
An adult male with a heart rate of 70 will have a cardiac output of approx 2900 ml per minute
The volume of air remaining in the lungs
following maximal expiration is called
The tricuspid valve is
Which one of the following is TRUE of Type B
Which one of the following is located in the
upper left quadrant of the abdomen
Pharmacokinetics is the study of a drug from time of entry to the body until time of excretion from the body, and has five stages.
Which of the following is NOTa bony landmark on
Average stroke volume is taken as 70 ml per contraction of left ventricle
What is the difference between a drug side effect and an adverse drug reaction
The neurotransmitter acetylcholine acts on which receptors?
Which electrolytes are found in normal saline?
A patient is lying on the floor face down. They are said to be…
There are approx 600 muscles in the adult body and 206 bones
You are treating an 72 year-old male patient with hypoglycaemia (BSL 1.2) who has collapsed with LOC. He is currently unresponsive. He is prescribed Aspirin 75mg, Atorvastatin 20mg, Glucophage 500mg, Diamicron MR 30mg, Frusemide 20mg, Bisoprolol5mg, Rivaroxaban 20mg and Digoxin 62.5mg.
Based on the above information, list 5 conditions this patient may be suffering from.
From your answer choose one and explain the condition briefly
You are treating a 92 year-old female patient who has collapsed with left sided weakness. She is prescribed Aspirin 75mg, Clopidogrel 75mg, Warfarin 3mg and Digoxin 62.5mg.
a. What can you conclude from these medications with respect to her previous medical history?
b. She recovers from her episode and returns to live at home. What factors are important to consider with respect to medication administration in the elderly?
Please answer both part a and b of this question.
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