Review the scenario below and answer the following questions in at least 10 sent

Review the scenario below and answer the following questions in at least 10 sentences, single paragraph form. Use no more than 15 sentences for this post. Be sure to include 2 APA in-text and post reference citations from Hitner, H., Nagle, B. T., Kaufman, M. B., Ariel, H., & Peimani-Lalehzarzadeh,Y. (2022). Pharmacology: An introduction (8th ed.). McGraw-Hill. ISBN-13: 9781260021820 I have included my McGraw-Hill login info to access the ebook.as well.
Scenario: G.G, a 72-year-old African-American woman, has heart failure (HF) and diabetes. Her vital signs are blood pressure 176/94; pulse 92; respirations 30. Her medications includes hydrochlorothiazide, metoprolol, and digoxin.
1) Why was hydrochlorothiazide prescribed for G.G? Explain the effects of hydrochlorothiazide on blood pressure and why the blood glucose needs to be monitored. (USLO 6.2, 6.3, 5.6, 5.8)
2) Abnormal electrolytes and other laboratory test results may occur when taking hydrochlorothiazide. Explain the imbalance. Would the following serum electrolyte and laboratory values be expected to increase, decrease, or remain unchanged? (USLO 6.3, 6.6, 6.8)
Sodium
Potassium
Glucose
3) G.G’s current medications are reviewed. What concerns do you identify and why? Explain your answer. (USLO 6.3, 6.6, 6.8)
4) When abruptly discontinuing beta blockers for hypertension without the client taking another antihypertensive, what might occur? Explain how adverse effects can be avoided.

Computation on Percentage Ionization Directions: Calculate the percent ionizatio

Computation on Percentage Ionization
Directions: Calculate the percent ionization of amobarbital at pH 2.0, 5.5, and 8.0 and determine at what pH the drug is readily excreted. Show all the necessary solutions. (5 points each)
2. Short Essay on Acid-Base Case
Directions: Analyze the case given below and evaluate what drug is recommended for this patient.
Case: A long-distance truck driver comes into the pharmacy complaining of seasonal allergies. He asks you to recommend an agent that will act as an antihistamine but that will not cause drowsiness. He regularly takes TUMS for indigestion due to the bad food that he eats while on the road.
3. Identify the functional groups present in Zyrtec and Tavist, and evaluate the effect of each functional group on the ability of the drug to cross-lipophilic membranes (e.g., blood–brain barrier). Based on your assessment of each agent’s ability to cross the blood–brain barrier (and, therefore, potentially cause drowsiness), provide a rationale for whether the truck driver should be taking Zyrtec or Tavist.

Computation on Percentage Ionization Directions: Calculate the percent ionizatio

Computation on Percentage Ionization
Directions: Calculate the percent ionization of amobarbital at pH 2.0, 5.5, and 8.0 and determine at what pH the drug is readily excreted. Show all the necessary solutions. (5 points each)
2. Short Essay on Acid-Base Case
Directions: Analyze the case given below and evaluate what drug is recommended for this patient.
Case: A long-distance truck driver comes into the pharmacy complaining of seasonal allergies. He asks you to recommend an agent that will act as an antihistamine but that will not cause drowsiness. He regularly takes TUMS for indigestion due to the bad food that he eats while on the road.
3. Identify the functional groups present in Zyrtec and Tavist, and evaluate the effect of each functional group on the ability of the drug to cross-lipophilic membranes (e.g., blood–brain barrier). Based on your assessment of each agent’s ability to cross the blood–brain barrier (and, therefore, potentially cause drowsiness), provide a rationale for whether the truck driver should be taking Zyrtec or Tavist.