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Question 1

What is the best anti-thyroid regimen in a pregnant woman who has clinically significant hyperthyroidism? 


Answer: D
Question 2

LN is 84 YOM who is in hospital for a back surgery. His height is 5 feet and 4 inches, weight 85 kg and
NKDA. His past medical history includes hypertension, diabetes mellitus, major depression, hypothyroidism
and chronic back pain.
Post-op day 1, LN’s medication includes Dexamethasone 8 mg iv q6h with taper dosing, Ondansetron 4 mg
iv q6h prn for N/V, Levothyroxine 0.075 mg po daily, Lisinopril 10 mg po daily, Citalopram 20 mg po daily,
Docusate sodium / Senna 1 tab po twice a day, Bisacodyl 10 mg suppository daily prn for constipation,
Famotidine 20 mg iv q12hr, Metoclopramide 10 mg iv q6h, Metformin 500 mg po bid, D51/2NS with 20 K at
125 mls/hour and Hydromorphone PCA at 0.2 mg/hour of basal rate, demand dose 0.1 mg. lock-out every 6
min, one hour limit 2.2 mg/hour. Pertinent morning labs includes serum creatinine 1.4 mg/dl, Mg 1.5 mg/dl,
K 5.0 mmol/L, Na 135 mmol/L.
Which of the following medication may increase LN’s Blood glucose?


Answer: B
Question 3

Which of the following Anti-epileptic medication can cause pancreatitis? 


Answer: C
Question 4

A physician orders Dopamine 5 mcg/kg/min. The concentration of the Dopamine IV bag is 400 mg in 250 D5W. The patient’s weight is 168 lbs. Calculate the infusion rate in mL/hr.


Answer: C
Question 5

LN is 84 YOM who is in hospital for a back surgery. His height is 5 feet and 4 inches, weight 85 kg and
NKDA.
His past medical history includes hypertension, diabetes mellitus, major depression, hypothyroidism and
chronic back pain. Post-op day 1, LN’s medication includes Dexamethasone 8mg iv q6h with taper dosing,
Ondansetron 4mg iv q6h prn for N/V, Levothyroxine 0.075mg po daily, Lisinopril 10mg po daily, Citalopram
20mg po daily, Docusate sodium / Senna 1 tab po twice a day, Bisacodyl 10mg suppository daily prn for
constipation, Famotidine 20 mg iv q12hr, Metoclopramide 10mg iv q6h, Metformin 500mg po bid, D51/2NS
with 20K at 125 mls/hour and Hydromorphone PCA at 0.2 mg/hour of basal rate, demand dose 0.1mg. lockout every 6min, one hour limit 2.2mg/hour. Pertinent morning labs includes serum creatinine 1.4mg/dl, Mg
1.5mg/dl, K 5.0mmol/L, Na 135mmol/L. Day 3 post-operation LN’s pain was much better and only used 3
mg of hydromorphone in the 24hrs.
Physician wants to change to oral morphine. What would be your best recommendation?


Answer: A
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Exam Code: NAPLEX
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Total Questions: 154
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2024