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Chapter 61: Tetracyclines Test Bank

Chapter 61: Tetracyclines Test Bank

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Chapter 61: Tetracyclines
Test Bank
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.   A woman has a Chlamydia infection. Before initiating treatment with a tetracycline antibiotic, the primary care nurse practitioner (NP) should:
a.

perform a pregnancy test.

b.

obtain baseline liver function and renal function tests.

c.

check her bilirubin and serum amylase levels.

d.

tell her she must stop using oral contraceptive pills.

2.   A young woman will begin taking minocycline. The primary care NP should tell this patient to:
a.

avoid taking antacids while taking this drug.

b.

expect headaches while taking this medication.

c.

always take the medication on an empty stomach.

d.

use a backup form of contraception if currently taking oral contraceptive pills.

3.   A patient is taking tetracycline for a rickettsial infection and reports having heartburn. The primary care NP should:
a.

ask the patient how the medication is taken.

b.

tell the patient to take the medication with food.

c.

tell the patient to use antacids when heartburn occurs.

d.

recommend drinking milk when taking the medication.

4.   A patient has urethritis. The primary care NP should prescribe:
a.

minocycline.

b.

doxycycline.

c.

tetracycline.

d.

demeclocycline.


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