April 6, 2022

How To Make Home Parenteral Nutrition Easy?

Speaking of home parenteral nutrition, you have to realize that we are talking about completely different patients that hospitalized patients, these people, they don't want only to survive; they want to be active; they want to be able to work; they want to learn; they want to travel; they want to have kids.
March 23, 2022

Double Check VASOPRESSORS Independently

Vasopressors are medications that are used to assist with raising blood pressure which is important to manage in critically ill patients as it can it can lead to organ damage and even death. There are different vasopressors based on which receptors they activate and to which extent. If your patient requires a vasopressor drip for blood pressure control, he/she should be in the intensive care unit (ICU) and receive the medication preferably through a central line.
March 21, 2022

Why Does the Type of Lipid Matter for ICU Patients?

A lipid emulsion can improve cell structure and metabolism. It may reduce the risk of infection and limit the duration of hospitalization. Moreover, it can increase the likelihood of an early discharge to a general ward. Several lipid emulsions are available in the market.
March 11, 2022

Micronutrients: Micro in Amount Macro Impact.

There is a significant gap in the knowledge of the role of micronutrients in parenteral nutrition. Although the field is evolving, the current guidelines are still the benchmark for clinical practice.
March 7, 2022

Creating Your 10 Core Values List

Creating your core values list means creating a culture where people are happy to work for you. It will be easier to make decisions if you find your passion. This is a key component of building a successful company, as this will guide you in your decisions. It will help you lead a better life. By developing these values, you will be well on your way to creating a happier and more positive world.
February 27, 2022

Glycerophosphate Compatibility

One of the internes was asking about diluent compatibility of glycerophosphate and for fluid restricted patients what is the minimum amount of fluid to be use for dilution!?
February 27, 2022

How to Start Immune Modulation by Nutrition?

Immune Modulation by Nutrition has the potential to be unfavorable depending on the condition of the patient and immunological neutrality and preserving immune function are advantages of olive oil based intravenous lipids emulsions.
February 23, 2022

Does SPN really matter?

Supplemental parenteral nutrition Supplemental parenteral nutrition, which we call SPN. And today the question is, does SPN really matter? It is the addition of parenteral nutrition […]
February 18, 2022

Choosing the right protein bag when prescribing TPN

Choosing the right protein bag when prescribing parenteral nutrition to your patients. look at to nutritional management how much protein, when to give and just lastly, discussing some practical applications.
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ADR Questions

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1. Which of the following is the antidote for the toxin Lead?

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2. Antidote for chlorpromazine overdose is:

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3. Which one of the following drugs is least likely to cause drug induced blood dyscrasia or agranulocytosis?

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4. Which of the following is the main danger caused by acetaminophen (Paracetamol, Tylenol) overdose?

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5. Following are characteristics of toxic shock syndrome, EXCEPT:

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6. A patient complains of headache and his blood pressure is 120/80. His medications include hydrochlorothiazide and hydralazine. Which of the following would seem most likely?

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7. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) overdose is treated with:

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8. Blood tests are carried out on patients who take carbimazole, which one below is a FALSE statement?

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9. Nitroglycerin is used for the treatment of angina. A specific concern related to the long term use of this drug is which of the following?

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10. A child has ingested an unknown substance and has evidence of respiratory depression. This symptom is usually found with poisoning due to:

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11. Opiate intoxication is characterized by which of the following?

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12. Antidote for amitriptyline (Elavil) overdose is:

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13. A woman phoned you whilst running a busy afternoon clinic. She told you that her husband has swallowed 30 tablets of acetaminophen/paracetamol 325mg. What is the proper advice?

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14. Which of the following are Type IV hypersensitivity reactions?

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15. Grey baby syndrome occurs with which of the following drugs?

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16. A baby swallowed the contents of a 15g tube of nystatin. What should you do to remedy the over dosage?

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17. Adverse effects of beta-2 adrenergic bronchodilators include all of the following EXCEPT:

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18. Adverse effect(s) of laxatives:

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19. Some asthmatic patients exhibit aspirin sensitivity (and sensitivity to other NSAIDS). Daily administration of aspirin causes desensitization not only to aspirin also to other NSAIDS. This phenomenon is:

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20. Which of the following counselling points would NOT be appropriate when talking to a patient about their azathioprine tablets?

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21. Which of the following drug should not be taken on empty stomach?

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22. A doctor and nurse start frantically looking for naloxone for a female patient is suspected of overdosing of IV narcotics. What basic principle in the treatment of poisoning are they overlooking?

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23. Reversible Oligospermia is assoicated with which of the following drugs?

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