Question  Question 1 Select the number of drops per minute to be administered fo

Question 
Question 1
Select the number of drops per minute to be administered for a 1200-ml IV given over 5 hours using an administration set labeled 10 drops per ml.
Select one:
a. 400 drops/min
b. 240 drops/min
c. 40 drops/min 
d. 4 drops/min
Question 2
Which of the following statements is true of cobalamin (vitamin B12)?
Select one:
a. Cobalamin is primarily found is green vegetables and fruits.
b. Strict vegetarians are more likely to develop a deficiency of cobalamin. 
c. The anemia resulting from cobalamin deficiency is a microcytic hypochromic anemia.
d. Cobalamin has recognized therapeutic value in the treatment of hepatitis, allergies, and sterility.
Question 3
Gastric juices mainly consist of _____.
Select one:
a. HCl and gastrin
b. HCl and pepsin 
c. sodium bicarbonate and gastrin
d. sodium bicarbonate and pepsin
Question 4
A patient with peptic ulcer complains of severe duodenal pain. Which of the following treatment options is most likely to relieve this pain?
Select one:
a. Administration of food 
b. Administration of histamine H1-receptor antagonists
c. Administration of calcium channel blockers
d. Administration of cholinergic drugs
Question 5
Identify the primary mechanism of action of digoxin.
Select one:
a. Release of nitric oxide
b. Blockade of angiotensin receptors
c. Blockade or norepinephrine receptors
d. Increase of myocardial contraction 

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