BKAT-9S SAMPLE QUESTIONS
10.Mr Adams, a 68 yo patient, complains of feeling “a little funny in his chest”.
      His EKG shows atrial fibrillation/flutter.  Which of the following medications 
      could be used to treat his cardiac rhythm?    

  1)Levophed
  2)nifedipine
  3)Cardizem *
  4)adenosine


27.    A patient becomes apneic and pulseless.  The monitor shows asystole.
        The drug that would most likely be used initially is:     

  1)amiodarone
  2)atropine
  3)epinephrine *
  4)lidocaine


65.    When feeding a patient using continuous tube feedings, the most important
          intervention in preventing aspiration is to:              

  1) keep the head of the bed elevated *
  2) aspirate stomach contents q4h for residual
  3) check the position of the feeding tube each shift
  4) turn the patient frequently

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JT 3/12/15