What's Your Medication and IV IQ?

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by Marijke Durning | Scrubs Magazine

If you’ve been nursing in one area for quite a while, you can’t be expected to remember the smallest details of care in another specialty, but you’d be surprised by how many answers stay with you! Take our quiz and test how much you know about medications and IVs for all different sorts of patients.

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  • 1.

    The client is admitted with isotonic dehydration. The nurse would anticipate an order for which IV fluid?

  • 2.

    The nurse is preparing to administer potassium to the client with hypokalemia. The best liquid for the nurse to dilute the potassium in is:

The client with hypoparathyroidism is admitted with a calcium level of 7.6 mg/dL. The nurse should anticipate an order for which of the following medications?