. Provide your responses and rationales. Support your rationales with high-level evidence. (See Post Expectations) A 12-year-old boy has occasional episodes of mild asthma while playing soccer with his friends.
Q1. What treatment should this patient receive to relieve symptoms during an asthma attack?
Q2. If the patient’s asthma attacks occur more frequently, what changes in therapy might be appropriate? A 19-year-old college student is asking for contraceptives.
Q3. What will you assess to determine if this patient is a good candidate for contraceptives, and what will you prescribe? (Include brand and generic name, route, frequency, and dose).
What is the mechanism of action of the contraceptive you prescribed and the adverse effects?
Q4. The patient states she heard a pill can help her acne. What would you prescribe and your rationale? (Include brand and generic name, dose, route, and frequency)
. Q5. The patient is concerned because her mother and sister developed fractures in their legs and vertebra after menopause. She wants to know what medication and other advice will prevent osteoporosis. You discuss bisphosphonates. How are they used in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis?
A 48-year-old man has occasional episodes of gout that are painful and debilitating. He requires drugs to treat the symptoms of acute gout attacks and prevent recurrent attacks.
Q6. How would you treat this patient’s acute gouty attack?
Please list the trade and generic name and the dose of therapy. What is the mechanism of action of your choice of prescription?