Ace Inhibitors Quiz

Test your knowledge on how much you know your Ace Inhibitors..

  • All ARBs (Angiotensin II receptor Blockers) end with this suffix:

    • Pril
    • Lol
    • Tan
    • Ace
  • True or False: ACE Inhibitors/ARBs are given to improve cardiac output.

    • True
    • False
  • Which of the following medications should not be taken with an ACE inhibitor or ARB?

    • Aspirin
    • Protonix
    • Aldactone
    • Furosemide
  • The nurse should teach the patient on ACE inhibitors/ARBs to?

    • Take the medication at alternating times of the day
    • Rise slowly from a sitting to standing position
    • Monitor their weight monthly
    • Avoid leafy green vegetables
  • True or False: ACE inhibitors and ARBs reduce the workload of the heart?

    • True
    • False
  • All ACE inhibitors end with the suffix:

    • Pril
    • Lol
    • Ace
    • Ing
  • Which lab value should you play close attention to when a patient is on an ACE inhibitor/ARB?

    • Potassium; ACE inhibitors/ARBs can cause hyperkalemia
    • Potassium; ACE inhibitors/ARBs can cause hypokalemia
    • BUN; ACE inhibitors/ARBs can cause renal failure
    • Sodium; ACE inhibitors/ARBs can cause hyponatremia
  • Which of the following is the most important assessment after administering a newly prescribed ACE inhibitor/ARB?

    • Temperature
    • Cardiac Rhythm
    • Blood Pressure
    • Respiratory rate
  • Which of the following lab values may result when taking an ACE inhibitor/ARB?

    • Increased magnesium level
    • Decreased chloride level
    • Decreased WBC count
    • Decreased potassium level
  • Which of the following side effects is common with ACE inhibitors and ARBs?

    • Persistent, dry cough
    • Increased fluid in lungs
    • Nasal congestion
    • Drowsiness

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