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Nursing2015

February 2004, Volume 34 Number 2 , p 79 - 79

Author

  • MARCY PORTNOFF GEVER RPH, 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. Avandamet (GlaxoSmithKline)

    _____2. Soma Compound (MedPointe)

    _____3. Cipro HC (Alcon)

    _____4. Motofen (Amarin)

    _____5. Hyzaar (Merck)

    SECTION II

    a. difenoxin HCl, 1 mg; atropine sulfate, 0.025 mg This antidiarrheal contains difenoxin, an opioid derivative, to slow intestinal motility, and atropine sulfate to discourage deliberate overdosing. Warn your patient not to take more than eight tablets in 24 hours and that she may feel dizzy and drowsy while taking this drug.

    b. rosiglitazone maleate, 1, 2, or 4 mg; metformin ...

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