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The nurse is assessing a patient for contraindications to drug therapy with acetaminophen (Tylenol). Which patient should not receive acetaminophen?


▸ A patient with a fever of 101° F (38.3° C)

▸ A patient who is complaining of a mild headache

▸ A patient with a history of liver disease

▸ A patient with a history of peptic ulcer disease
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A patient with a history of liver disease

Liver disease is a contraindication to the use of acetaminophen. Fever and mild headache are both possible indications for the medication. Having a history of peptic ulcer disease is not a contraindication.
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