INSTRUCTIONS New Drugs 2020, part 2
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New Drugs 2020, part 2
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide information about seven new drugs recently approved by the FDA. LEARNING OBJECTIVES/OUTCOMES: After completing this continuing-education activity, you should be able to: 1. Describe indications for seven newly approved drugs. 2. Identify nursing implications for these new drugs.
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- Lefamulin is indicated to treat adults with community-acquired bacterial pneumonia caused by certain susceptible microorganisms, including
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
- Enterobacter cloacae.
- Streptococcus pneumoniae.
- Which is an adverse cardiac effect of lefamulin?
- left bundle branch block
- QT interval prolongation
- Mobitz type I second-degree AV block
- What electrolyte abnormality can occur from I.V. administration of lefamulin?
- The bioavailability of oral lefamulin may be reduced if patients take it with a
- high-fat meal.
- high-carbohydrate meal.
- high-protein meal.
- Rifamycin is indicated for treatment of
- rheumatoid arthritis.
- travelers' diarrhea.
- The most common adverse reactions to rifamycin include
- hepatic enzyme elevation.
- Warn patients not to take rifamycin with
- Which statement about risankizumab is correct?
- It is administered orally.
- It is a monoclonal antibody.
- It selectively binds to interleukin IL-17A.
- A possible adverse reaction to risankizumab is
- liver injury.
- tinea infections.
- Upadacitinib is indicated for adults with moderately-to-severely active
- rheumatoid arthritis.
- relapsing forms of MS.
- Use of upadacitinib increases the risk of
- third-degree AV block.
- pulmonary embolism.
- torsades de pointes.
- Monitor patients taking upadacitinib for elevated levels of serum
- antidiuretic hormone.
- What should patients avoid while they are taking upadacitinib?
- live vaccines
- cigarette smoking
- Because of the risk of cardiac complications, siponimod generally should not be initiated in patients who are concurrently treated with
- A potential adverse reaction to siponimod is
- deep vein thrombosis.
- Amifampridine is the first drug approved to treat adults with
- Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome.
- Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome.
- Holmes-Adie syndrome.
- The most important concern with amifampridine is a risk of
- disseminated intravascular coagulation.
- Bremelanotide administration may cause a transient increase in
- heart rate.
- body temperature.