A patient taking a lubricant cathartic should be told:
a. To take the product on an empty stomach in order to obtain faster results.
b. Not to take this type of cathartic for a long period because this cathartic can
decrease the absorption of vitamins from the gastrointestinal tract.
That this type of agent usually requires two to three days to produce a bowel
d. Take the product with an emollient cathartic in order to produce faster results.
Patients taking senna (Black Draught) should be told:
a. The drug may discolor their urine.
b. They should not take the product for a long period because it can interfere with
vitamin absorption in the gastrointestinal tract.
They should protect their clothing since some leakage of the product may
occur from the rectum.
d. They should not expect the product to produce bowel movements until three to
four days after they initially take the product.
Select the special labeling information which should be included on the label when
you dispense methylcellulose (Cellothyl) tablets.
a. "Chew tablets thoroughly before swallowing."
b. "Warning: This product may cause your urine to become pinkish."
"Protect this product from light since light may cause discoloration."
d. "Take with a full glass of water."