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A patient is being prepared for a heartlung transplant. The nurse is assessing the patient and family for risks for nonadherence to the posttransplant drug regimen. Which statements would the nurse interpret as indicating an increased risk? (Select all that apply.)
1. "My heart medicines sure make me nauseated."
2. "I hope I can remember how to take all these medicines."
3. "When I'm nervous, I still want a cigarette."
4. "Thanks so much for spending so much time teaching us how to do all this."
5.  "I can expect to discuss my medicines at every doctor visit."
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The answer is 1, 2, 3
Rationales:
1. Adverse side effects of medications can result in nonadherence.
2. The complexity of the posttransplant drug regimen can result in nonadherence.
3. The patient who has a history of addictive behavior, such as tobacco use or alcohol abuse, is at higher risk of nonadherence.
4. Adequate preprocedure education about the drug regimen results in greater adherence.
5. Consistent follow-up postprocedure and postdischarge results in greater adherence.
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