NURSING 6005 Chapter 71: Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors | GRADED A

Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibition causes gastrointestinal side effects. b. Cyclooxygenase-2 is considered the bad COX. c. Inhibition of cyclooxygenase-1 promotes myocardial infarction and stroke. d. Inhibition of cyclooxygenase-1 results in suppression of inflammation. 2. A patient who takes daily doses of aspirin is scheduled for surgery next week. The nurse should advise the patient to: a. continue to use aspirin as scheduled. b. reduce the aspirin dosage by half until after surgery. c. stop using aspirin immediately. d. stop using aspirin 3 days before surgery. 3. A patient who is taking acetaminophen for pain wants to know why it does not cause gastrointestinal upset, as do other over-the-counter pain medications. The nurse will explain that this is most likely because of which property of acetaminophen? a. It does not inhibit cyclooxygenase. b. It has minimal effects at peripheral sites. c. It is more similar to opioids than to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). d. It is selective for cyclooxygenase-2. 4. A patient tells the nurse that she takes aspirin for menstrual cramps, but she does not feel that it works well. What will the nurse suggest? a. The patient should avoid any type of COX inhibitor because of the risk of Reyes syndrome. b. The patient should increase the dose to a level that suppresses inflammation. c. The patient should use a first-generation nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication instead. d. The patient should use acetaminophen because of its selective effects on uterine smooth muscle. 5. A patient who takes aspirin for rheumatoid arthritis is admitted to the hospital complaining of headache and ringing in the ears. The plasma salicylate level is 300 mcg/mL, and the urine pH is 6.0. What will the nurse do? a. Increase the aspirin dose to treat the patients headache. b. Notify the provider of possible renal toxicity. c. Prepare to provide respiratory support, because the patient shows signs of overdose. d. Withhold the aspirin until the patients symptoms have subsided. 6. An adolescent is brought to the emergency department by a parent who reports that the patient took a whole bottle of extended-release acetaminophen tablets somewhere between 8 and 10 hours ago. The nurse will anticipate administering which of the following? a. Acetylcysteine (Mucomyst) b. Activated charcoal c. Hemodialysis d. Respiratory support

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