A patient presents to the emergency department with suspected amphetamine exposure. The patient is having a beta- and alpha-adrenergic response to the illicit drugs. The nurse anticipates the patient to experience which symptoms of drug exposure?
flushed skin, hypertension, pupil constriction, and bradycardia
flushed skin, hypotension, pupil dilation, and tachycardia
diaphoresis, hypertension, pupil dilation, and tachycardia
diaphoresis, hypotension, pupil constriction, and bradycardia
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