All patients taking Tapazole should be told:
a. "Do not take any other medications while you are taking this drug."
b. "Do not take this medication if you are breast feeding an infant."
"Your lymph nodes may become sore and swollen after you take this
medication for a while."
d. "Take the medication at about the same time each day and take it the same
way each time (that is, with food)."
While working in the outpatient pharmacy, you receive a prescription written for
PTU. What is the name of this medication and what is it used?
a. Propythlouracil, used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism.
b. Parathroid, used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism.
Para-amino-benzoic acid, used in the treatment of sunburn.
d. Phenolated triethane urea, used in the treatment of kidney disease.
Hypoparathyroidism is described as:
a. A condition characterized by a decrease in the concentration of calcium in the
serum and an increase in the concentration of phosphorus in the serum.
b. A condition that can result in the calcification of the blood vessels in the
A condition caused by excessive intake of calcium and potassium.
d. A condition caused by undersecretion of thyroxin.