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Essentials of Pharmacology for Health Professions 7th Edition Woodrow Smith Colbert Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1285077888

ISBN-10: 1285077881

 

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Essentials of Pharmacology for Health Professions 7th Edition Woodrow Smith Colbert Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1285077888

ISBN-10: 1285077881

 

 

 

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Chapter 22

 

  1. Clarissa has partial What is the most likely cause of her seizures?
    1. agenesis of the corpus callosum
    2. temporal lobe lesion
    3. meningitis or other brain infection
    4. brain stem infarct

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Layne has absence Such seizures may be described as .
    1. convilsive generalized
    2. simple partial seizures
    3. nonconvulsive generalized seizures
    4. complex partial seizures

 

ANSWER:  c

  1. Kyla has seizures in which the onset is limited to one cerebral hemisphere and involve no loss of This type of seizure is called .
    1. complex partial
    2. atypical
    3. generalized
    4. simple partial

 

ANSWER:  d

  1. Ursula has seizures that are bilaterally symmetrical and without local These seizures are .
    1. generalized
    2. partial
    3. atypical
    4. unclassified

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Rosetta has seizures that are characterized by an abrupt loss of consciousness, falling, with extension of trunk and extremities, followed by alternating contractions and relaxation of the These are classified as .
    1. absence
    2. tonic-clonic
    3. psychomotor
    4. atypical

 

ANSWER:  b

 

 

  1. Zelina has just been diagnosed with generalized seizures and the decision has been made to start treating her with What is likely the first choice of treatment?
    1. a single second generation anticonvulsant
    2. a cocktail of first and second generation anticonvulsants
    3. a single first generation anticonvulsant
    4. a benzodiazepine

 

ANSWER:  c

  1. Kristian has generalized epilepsy that is not as well-controlled in his He wonders if he should be switched to a second-generation anticonvulsant. How are second-generation anticonvulsants typically used in the management of epilepsy?
    1. as adjuvants
    2. in emergency treatment of status epilepticus
    3. for febrile seizures
    4. as alternatives to first-generation anticonvulsants

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Arthur experiences status epilepticus and his terrified patients rush him to the What is the treatment of choice?
    1. IV lorazepam administered slowly and simultaneous loading with IV phenytoin or fosphenytoin
    2. rapid loading with patient’s usual anticonvulsant
    3. rapid loading with IV lorazepam and phenytoin or fosphenytoin
    4. rectal diazepam gel and IV phenytoin or fosphenytoin

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Naya has absence Is carbamazepine likely to help her?
    1. No, because carbamazepine is known to worsen absence and myoclonic
    2. Yes, but she may require an additional
    3. Yes, but the appropriate dose must be calculated
    4. This is not possible to determine, but in general, carbamazepine is a very effective

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Clarissa is being treated with oxcarbazepine, a second-generation oral anticonvulsant indicated for the treatment of

____.

  1. partial seizures
  2. absence seizures
  3. status epilepticus
  4. febrile seizures

 

ANSWER:  a

 

 

  1. Kody takes a broad-spectrum anticonvulsant, which is likely to be .
    1. clonazepam
    2. valproic acid
    3. ethosuximide
    4. carbamazepine

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Brittany has absence What is the drug of choice for managing this type of seizure?
    1. clonazepam
    2. lamotrigine
    3. ethosuximide
    4. valproic acid

 

ANSWER:  c

  1. Roderick’s terrified parents rush their 18 month-old son to the emergency room after he has a seizure that lasts about a An investigation reveals Roderick has had a febrile seizure. What is the treatment of choice?
    1. IV lorazepam
    2. rectal diazepam gel
    3. IV loading with phenytoin
    4. identifcation of and treatment for the cause of the fever

 

ANSWER:  d

  1. Alex, 34 years of age, was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s. What medication might he be prescribed as a “levodopa-sparing” strategy?
    1. gabapentin
    2. ropinirole
    3. galantamine
    4. tolcapone

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Jim has been taking a carbidopa-levodopa agent for almost two years and is experiencing wearing What medication might be useful?
    1. carbamazepine
    2. rivastigmine
    3. selegiline
    4. levetiracetam

 

ANSWER:  c

 

 

  1. Heather has Parkinson’s disease and her symptoms are very poorly controlled in the What dopamine agonist might be helpful?
    1. benztropine
    2. rasagiline
    3. tolcapone
    4. rotigotine

 

ANSWER:  d

  1. Trevor has just been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and his doctor prescribes a single agent that alters dopamine release and has anticholinergic The efficacy of the drug tends to wane rather quickly. What drug is it likely to be?
    1. entacapone
    2. amantadine
    3. galantamine
    4. memantine

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Maeve has Parkinson’s with marked bradykinesia which has not been well-controlled with medications typically prescribed for mild Parkinson’s. What medication might help her?
    1. Eldepryl
    2. Sinemet
    3. Azilect
    4. Neupro

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Kassidy’s seizures are well-controlled with However, what food should she avoid?
    1. grapefruit
    2. milk
    3. chocolate
    4. tree nuts

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Thelma has restless leg syndrome that has disrupted her sleep and left her drowsy during the What medication might be helpful?
    1. levodopa
    2. selegiline
    3. pramipexole
    4. benztropine

 

ANSWER:  c

 

 

  1. Kerri is the primary caregiver for her mother, who has moderate Alzheimer’s dementia and appears to be What medication has been approved for patients whose dementia has progressed to the moderate or severe stages?
    1. tacrine
    2. memantine
    3. pramipexole
    4. benztropine

 

ANSWER:  b

  1. Felipe has just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and is terrified about what will happen to What cholinesterase inhibitor may delay symptoms?
    1. entacapone
    2. amantadine
    3. rivastigmine
    4. memantine

 

ANSWER:  c

  1. Epilepsy is defined as the recurrence of .
    1. unprovoked seizures
    2. ocnvulsive seizures
    3. febrile seizures
    4. bilaterally symmetric seizures

 

ANSWER:  a

  1. Which of the following is considered to be a neurologic emergency?
    1. psychomotor epilepsy
    2. tonic-clonic seizures
    3. absence seizures
    4. status epilepticus

 

ANSWER:  d

  1. Jane has sensorimotor neurologic disorder characterized by a distressing urge to move the legs, often accompanied by a marked sense of discomfort in the She likely has .
    1. ALS
    2. RLS
    3. Parkinson’s
    4. psychomotor epilepsy

 

ANSWER:  b

 

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