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A patient has purchased an OTC cold remedy that advertises a nondrowsy formulation. The nurse should recognize that this produce likely contains which of the following?
A)A nasal decongestant but not an antihistamine
B)An expectorant, a mucolytic, and a benzodiazepine
C)An expectorant but not a decongestant
D)A narcotic analgesic and a decongestant
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Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice
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Nondrowsy or daytime cold formulas typically contain a nasal decongestant but not an antihistamine. Such medications would not contain an opioid or a benzodiazepine.

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