Bleedy McBleedster

BT_PO 1.121

Describe methods to reverse the effect of warfarin

BT_PO 1.120

Describe the pharmacology of warfarin and other anticoagulant drugs

The metabolic clearance of warfarin is inhibited by amiodarone. TRUE/FALSE

Third generation cephalosporins reduce the anticoagulant effect of warfarin. TRUE/FALSE

Intravenous vitamin K should return the prothrombin time to a normal range within 1 hour. TRUE/FALSE

Skin necrosis is a side effect of warfarin therapy. TRUE/FALSE

Warfarin can be reversed with recombinant factor VIIa TRUE/FALSE

BT_PO 1.116 composition, indications and risks of blood products

These questions relate to Fibrinogen:

Q. Is designated by the Roman numeral II.  TRUE/ FALSE

Q. Is the predominant clotting factor found in Prothrombinex.  TRUE/ FALSE

Q. Is the predominant clotting factor found in the circulation.  TRUE/ FALSE

Q. Has a reduced concentration in the pregnant individual.  TRUE/ FALSE

Q. Is a Vitamin K dependent clotting factor.  TRUE/ FALSE