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The male patient has been receiving propranolol (Inderal) for treatment of a dysrhythmia for 6 weeks. What is an important question for the nurse to ask the patient when assessing medication compliance?
 
  1. Have you noticed any changes in your sexual functioning?
  2. Has your appetite increased or decreased?
  3. Have you noticed any changes in your bowel function?
  4. Have you noticed any difficulty in your ability to concentrate?
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Rationale: Side effects such as diminished libido and impotence may result in noncompliance in male patients. Change in bowel function is not an adverse effect of propranolol (Inderal). Appetite is not affected by propranolol (Inderal). Ability to concentrate is not an adverse effect of propranolol (Inderal) except in the elderly who are receiving high doses.
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