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NCLEX Practice Question - side effect of magnesium sulfate


NCLEX Practice Question - side effect of magnesium sulfate

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side effect of magnesium sulfate
 

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Nurse is attending a client receiving intravenous magnesium 
sulfate, This clients needs to closely observe for side effects that are associated with drug 
therapy. what could be an expected side effect of magnesium sulfate is: 
  • 1- Decreased urinary output
  • 2- Hypersomnolence
  • 3- Absence of knee jerk reflex
  • 4- Decreased respiratory rate
  • Answer 2 is correct for This NCLEX Question.

Rationale of Answers

The client is expected to become sleepy, have hot flashes, and be 
lethargic. A decreasing urinary output, absence of the knee-jerk reflex, and decreased 
respiration indicate toxicity, so answers 1, 3. & 4 are not correct.

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