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NAPLEX Exam Dumps

NAPLEX Exam Dumps

North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination

Vendor: NABP

Exam Name: North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination

Questions with Answers: 155

Last Updated: 01-Jun-2024

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NABP NAPLEX Exam Questions

North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination exams.

Which of the following represents the major route of metabolism for acetaminophen?
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A 15 - year - old presents with 6 days of nasal congestion with thin, clear rhinorrhe a. She notes mild facial pain but has had no fevers. She feels her symptoms are improving. What is the most likely cause of her symptoms?
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A 72 - year - old woman suffers from a major depressive episode. She has a history of coronary artery disease, atrial fibrillation on anticoagulation therapy, sick sinus syndrome, glaucoma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Which of the following medications is most appropriate for the treatment of her depression?
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interactions that make them undesirable for the treatment of depression in older adults. A selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor is more favorable than a TCA in this patient. Fluvoxamine has a high risk for drug - drug interactions, whereas escitalopram does not. Fluvoxamine also has high protein binding, and can therefore interact with anticoagulant medications, such a warfarin. Therefore, of the medications listed, escitalopram is the most appropriate in this patient. In older adults, psychotropic medications should be started at a low dose and titrated up slowly to the lowest effective dose.
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A 20 - year - old student came to the emergency department with primary complaints of palpitations, low - grade fever, and anxiety for 2 months. She reports that she is irritable and suffers severe mood swings that is interfering with her sleep and relationships (she admits to crying spells and frequent fights with friends and family). She has also lost 12 pounds in the past 2 months with no apparent alteration in her diet or physical activity (though she is happy with her weight loss). She denies any past medical problems, though her friends have always been worried that she eats too little. Her temperature is 38.0 C (100.4 F), blood pressure is 148/62 mm Hg, pulse is 122/min and regular, and respiratory rate is 28/min. Examination reveals a bruit heard over the anterior neck, fine tremor of the hands, and warm, moist skin. Her eyes and eyelids do not move together during finger following test (with steady head). Laboratory work is sent, including a thyroid panel, but will not be available until tomorrow morning. Which of the following is the most appropriate initial management at this time?
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