When the family of the client newly diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) asks the nurse what the
the disease will eventually cause, the nurse responds that the client will eventually demonstrate which of the following
signs of the disease?
Select one:
 a. Dementia
 b. Double vision
 c.Tremors at rest
d. Paralysis of the extremities

Patients who experience a Myasthenia crisis do so because they are:
Select one:
O a. Taking too much anticholinesterase medication
O b. Not taking enough anticholinesterase medication
O cTaking too much immunosuppressant medication
O d.Not taking enough immunosuppressant medication


The nurse is caring for a patient on with a history of Myasthenia Gravis who is being treated with pyridostigmine. The patient reports they are experiencing excessive salivation, cramps, diarrhea, and blurred vision. Based on this information the nurse should: Choose all that apply
Select one or more:
O a. Notify the physician
O b. Administer an antiemetic
O c.Call for an order to increase the amount of pyridostigmine the patient is taking.
d. Hold the pyridostigmine