1. A 54-year-old with a history of coronary artery disease is diagnosed with psychosis NOS and…

1. A 54-year-old with a history of coronary artery disease is diagnosed with psychosis NOS and treatment with an atypical antipsychotic, ziprasidone, is considered. The pharmacist requests an ECG before she can dispense ziprasidone. The most important thing to look at on the ECG is A. QTc interval B. Heart rate C. Signs of ischemia D. Signs of old infarction E. Signs of hypokalemia 2. Which of the following SSRIs is least likely to cause discontinuation syndrome? A. Sertraline B. Citalopram C. Escitalopram D. Paroxetine E. Fluoxetine