1. Which of the following combinations have the potential for an adverse drug-drug interaction? Select all that apply
2. A 76-year-old woman with a history of generalized anxiety disorder presents to the emergency department complaining of worsening anxiety. She was prescribed a quantity of 10 pills of diazepam for the first time during an emergency department visit last week. She requests another refill of diazepam for use until her psychiatry appointment in 7 days. On physical examination, she does not appear to be in acute benzodiazepine withdrawal. You determine that the most likely diagnosis is anxiety. Which of the following discharge medication is most appropriate for the acute management of her symptoms?
3. Prescribing antibiotics to geriatric patients with bacterial infections is a common occurrence in the ED. Having taken this course you realize that renal function decreases with age, and many drugs require renal dosing in the elderly. Which of the following antibiotics requires renal dosing. Select all that apply
4. Which of the following statements about prescribing analgesics in the elderly is TRUE? Select all that apply
5. Which conditions are highly associated with the risk of receiving a potentially inappropriate prescription based on Beers explicit criteria at emergency department discharge? Select all that apply