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The nurse is counseling a patient about calcium supplements. Which dietary information is appropriate during this teaching session?


▸ “Take oral calcium supplements with meals.”

▸ “There are no drug interactions with calcium products.”

▸ “Avoid foods that are high in calcium, such as beef, egg yolks, and liver.”

▸ “Be sure to eat foods high in calcium, such as dairy products and salmon.”
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“Be sure to eat foods high in calcium, such as dairy products and salmon.”

Foods high in calcium include dairy products, fortified cereals, calcium-fortified orange juice, sardines, and salmon. Patients can be encouraged to add dietary sources of calcium to their diets. Oral-dosage forms of calcium need to be given 1 to 3 hours after meals. Calcium salts will bind with tetracycline and quinolone antibiotics and result in an insoluble complex.
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