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Styles Part 3 of 5 -Renal Case 3A physician would like to prescribe a nephrotoxic antibiotic for a 60-year-old man weighing 80 kg. The patient has a serum creatinine level of 0.9 mg/dl. Question 6 of 14 How can the physician determine whether it is safe to prescribe this medication before the patient leaves the office? A. Collect a timed 30-minute urine sample. B. Perform an albumin: creatinine ratio. C. Calculate the eGFR using the Cockcroft and Gault formula. D. Perform a routine urinalysis.Reset Selection Question 7 of 14 Can the medication be prescribed for this patient with a reasonable assurance of safety? A. Yes, the clearance is 98 mL/min in a 60-year-old man. B. Yes, the clearance is 89 ml/min in a 60-year-old man. C. No, the clearance is 59 mL/min in a 60-year-old man. D. No, the serum creatinine is not normal. Question 8 of 14 A creatinine clearance was also performed for the patient with the following results: serum creatinine: 0.9 mg/dL, urine creatinine: 100 mg/dL, 24-hour urine volume 720 mL. Should the patient have been given the medication or not? A. Yes, the clearance is the same as the calculated result. B. No, the clearance is the same as the calculated result. C. Yes, this clearance is 101 ml/min. D. No, this clearance is 56 mL/min.
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