Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for November 11


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During discharge planning, the nurse instructs the patient about the storage of the nitroglycerin tablets. She recommends that the tablets be placed in a dark glass bottle out of the sunlight because:
The medication is easily destroyed
The dose effectiveness will change if it is exposed to light
There is a chance the medication will become toxic if left to mix with the substance in a plastic bottle
Child-proof lids are a hindrance as the medication must be available quickly
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is (a). The freshness and stability of this medication is better when stored in a dark place out of the heat.
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