Quiz from the textbook Pharmacology Lippincott's Reviews Volume 4

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This quiz has 4 questions from the textbook. The questions are A 41-year-old male pocket watch maker reports to the Emergency Department after he was found unconscious on the floor of the shop by a coworker. The coworker states that the patient complained of being cold this morning around 8 AM (the central heat was broken, and the outdoor temperature was 34°F) and that since noon, he had been complaining of headache, drowsiness, confusion, and nausea. The clinician notices that he has cherry red lips and nail beds. What is the most likely toxin causing his signs and symptoms? and . A 50-year-old migrant worker comes to the Emergency Department from the field he was working in and complains of diarrhea, tearing, nausea and vomiting, and sweating. The clinician notices that he looks generally anxious and has fine fasciculations in the muscles of the upper chest as well as pinpoint pupils. Which antidote should he receive first? and two more. All answers correct. Got a 100 %.

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Peggy GeorgePharmacology 124 QuizGeisel School of Medicine at DartmouthProfessor R.P. SmithFrom The TextbookPharmacology: Lippincotts Illustrated Reviews Volume 4EditorsRichard Finkel (PharmD.), Michelle Alexia Clark, Luigi X. CubedduEditionillustratedPublisherLippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009ISBN0781771552, 9780781771559100 % CorrectA+Great Job !Instructions: Highlight the correct answer with a green or pink highlighter. You have 15 minutes tocomplete the quiz.Multiple Choice1. A 41-year-old male pocket watch maker reports to the Emergency Department after

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