Your Name* First Name Last Name Email Address* 1. The drug Carbidopa/Levodopa (Sinemet) is found in what therapeutic class?* Steroetaxic Antiparkinson Diuretic All of the above 2. The drug Digoxin (Lanoxin) is found in what therapeutic class?* Trazodone Antipsychotic Antiarrhythmic All of the above 3. Docusate Sodium (Colace) belongs in what following therapeutic class?* Stool softener ACE Inhibitors BPH Agents Bone Derivatives 4. Donepezil Hydrochloride (Aricept) is most commonly used as?* Anti-diarrhea supplement Blood modifier Anti-Alzheimer agent Chemical element 5. Enalapril Maleate (Vasotec) is used in what therapeutic class?* Central Nervous Stimulant Antihypertensive Antidotes Fungicides 6. Furosemide (Lasix) is most commonly used as a?* Glucose elevator Gout therapy Radioactive Antibody Diuretic 7. Metoprolol Tartrate (Lopresor) is a therapeutic treatment for?* Nasal Medications Keratolytic Agents Antihypertensive Antiacne 8. Mirtazapine (Remeron) is found in what therapeutic class?* Antidepressant Vitamins Progestins All the above 9. Pantoprazole Sodium (Protonin) is what agent?* Antiseptic Antiviral agent Antimycotics agent GI agent 10. Potassium Chloride (K-Dur) can be found in what therapeutic class?* Essential minerals Opioid antagonist Electrolyte replacement Topical antibiotics 11. What does 1kg equal in lbs?* 12. What does 1 tsp equal in mL?* 13. What does 1 tbs equal in mL?* 14. What does 1 oz equal in mL?* 15. What does 1 L equal in cc?* Before administering any medication the nurse must check the five rights – Please list: 16. Right #1:* 17. Right #2:* 18. Right #3:* 19. Right #4:* 20. Right #5:* Fill in the blank with the name of the abbreviation.21. What does NPO stand for?* 22. What does CAD stand for?* 23. What does AMA stand for?* 24. What does RLE stand for?* 25. What does PVD stand for?* 26. What does W/A stand for?* 27. What does CVA stand for?* 28. What does NG stand for?* 29. What does WNL stand for?* 30. What does GI stand for?* 31. What does D5W stand for?* 32. What does AC stand for?* 33. What does TIA stand for?* 34. What does PRN stand for?* 35. What does SOB stand for?* 36. What does PERLA stand for?* 37. What does BID stand for?* 38. What does SC stand for?* 39. What does TID stand for?* 40. What does gtts stand for?* 41. Doctor’s orders read: 500ml D5W + 2 GM Lidocaine. Give 2 mg/min. What is the rate of flow of the IV in ml/hr?* 15 mL/hr 30 mL/hr 25 ml/hr 12 mL/hr 42. Doctor’s orders read: Give patient 250 ml D5W + 25,000 U Heparin IV at 500 U/hr. Calculate how many cc/hr?* 5 cc/hr 20 cc/hr 10 cc/hr 15 cc/hr 43. Doctor’s orders read: Give Diuril 500 mg P.O. On hand is 0.25 gm per tab. How many tabs will you give?* 3 tabs 1 tab 2 tabs ½ tab (one half) 44. Medication ordered: Acetaminophen elixir 480 mg via NG-Tube. On hand: Acetaminophen elixir 160mg/5cc. What will you give your patient?* 7 cc 2 cc 10 cc 15 cc 45. Doctor’s orders: Morphine Sulfate 6 mg sc q 3-4 hr PRN for pain. On hand you have 6 mg per cc. How much will you give?* 2 mL 4 mL 1 mL 3 mL 46. You are to give 200,000 U of Penicillin IV. On hand is an ampule vial Labeled 1,000,000 U in 10 cc. How many ml will you give?* 2 mL 4 mL 1 mL 3 mL 47. Doctor’s order: IV D5 ½ NS to run at 125cc/hr. Drip factor is 15 gtts per cc. You should make sure the IV rate is adjusted to how many qtts/min?* 22-23 gtts/min 31-32 gtts/min 25 gtts/min 15 gtts/min 48. Doctor’s order: Patient is to receive 1,200 ml 0.9 NS at 100 ml/hr. How many hours is the IV to flow? Drop factor 15.* 10 hrs 8 hrs 12 hrs 4 hrs 49. Doctor’s orders read: Give patient 5 mg Compazine IM q 3-4hr PRN for nausea. Available is 10 mg/2ml. How many ml will the patient receive?* 10 mL 4 mL .5 mL 1 mL 50. Doctor’s orders: Patient is to receive KCL 10 meq Q AM. On hand is 40 meq KCL/30mL. How many mL will your patient receive Q AM?* 7.5 mL 8 mL 6.5 mL None of the above NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.