Right dose: Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory ? Acute immune haemolytic reaction with signs and symptoms such as loin pain, nausea, vomiting, haematuria and headache: Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory ? Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory 76. Complete the following table outlining how you will handle, calculate, administer and store the following forms of medications: Forms Examples Handling Calculation (specify the formula where appropriate) Administration Storage Capsules Gelatin capsules Drops Amoxicillin eye drops Inhalants Fluticasone Liquid Dexamethasone as liquid drug Lotions and creams Tretinoin cream Ointments Ketoconazole ointment Patches Nitroglycerin patches Powders Cholestyramine powder Tablets Tab Acetaminophen Wafers Ondaz Zydis wafers Suppositories Dulcolax Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Page 17 of 84 Document: HLTENN007 Student Assessment Guide Date created: 03 April 2017 Version: 1.0 Date implemented: Next review: 02 April 2019 Responsibility: Chief Operations Officer 9. Acta Derm Venereol 82:71–72Pasche-Koo F, Piletta PA, Hunziker N et al (1994) High sensitization rate to emulsifiers in patients with chronic leg ulcers.

Identify the use and actions of novorapid. How should an enrolled nurse apply the following rights of medication administration? Contact Dermatitis 33:73–77Downs AMR, Sharp LA, Sansom JE (1999) Pentaerythritol-esterified gum rosin as a sensitizer in Granuflex® hydrocolloid dressing. Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory 45. Sitavig (acyclovir tablet, delayed release) is only for use in treating cold sores on the lips. Am J Contact Dermat 10:18–30Shaw DW, Maibach HI, Eichenfield LF (2007) Allergic contact dermatitis from pimecrolimus in a patient with tacrolimus allergy. Contact Dermatitis 56:296–297Smeenk G, Kerckoffs HP, Schreurs PH (1987) Contact allergy to a reaction product in Hirudoid cream: an example of compound allergy. Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Page 32 of 84 Document: HLTENN007 Student Assessment Guide Date created: 03 April 2017 Version: 1.0 Date implemented: Next review: 02 April 2019 Responsibility: Chief Operations Officer 79. Report of an unequivocal case and review of the literature. Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Page 27 of 84 Document: HLTENN007 Student Assessment Guide Date created: 03 April 2017 Version: 1.0 Date implemented: Next review: 02 April 2019 Responsibility: Chief Operations Officer 49. Identify the use and actions of pantoprazole as an antiulcer drug.

Am J Contact Dermat 6:28–31Farrar CW, Bell HK, King CM (2003) Allergic contact dermatitis from propyleneglycol in Efudix cream. Via burette: Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Page 22 of 84 Document: HLTENN007 Student Assessment Guide Date created: 03 April 2017 Version: 1.0 Date implemented: Next review: 02 April 2019 Responsibility: Chief Operations Officer ? Contact Dermatitis 35:311–312Henseler T, Christophers E (1995) Disease concomitance in psoriasis. Contact Dermatitis 49:8–14Cirne de Castro JL, Freitas JP, Brandao FM et al (1991) Sensitivity to thimerosal and photosensitivity to piroxicam.

This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. 3. J Am Acad Dermatol 56:342–345Shono M (1997) Allergic contact dermatitis from neticonazole hydrochloride. Acyclovir is used to treat infections caused by herpes viruses, such as genital herpes, cold sores, shingles, and chickenpox. What causes the following potential complications of a blood transfusion? Contact Dermatitis 52:9–10Lammintausta K, Kalimo K, Fagerlund VL (1992) Patch test reactions in atopic patients. Identify the use and actions of ibuprofen as an analgesic agent.