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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 16 True/False
Hospital Pharmacy
1) Technicians working the front counter so not handle phone calls. : True
2) Medication carts in hospitals contain a 72-hour supply of medications. : True
3) Technicians often prepare IV admixtures in the hospital. : True
4) The pharmacy tech supervisor is often responsible for training techs. : True
5) Lot numbers and expiration dates are not needed in bulk compounding logs. : True

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 16 Self Test
Hospital Pharmacy
1) In a hospital, patients are admitted to different nursing units based on similar : medical insurance.
2) The main responsibilities of a pharmacy technician may include all of the following EXCEPT: : preparing medications orders.
3) A pharmacy technician who is working in the clean room may be responsible for preparing : parenteral nutrition.
4) Non-formulary medications : must be stocked in the pharmacy.
5) HIPPA is a federal law that protects a patient's private information when it is : spoken.

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The Pharmacy Technician: Chapter Sixteen Vocabulary
Hospital Pharmacy
1) Nurses' Station : work station for medical personnel located on a nursing unit
2) Inpatient Pharmacy : a pharmacy located in a hospital that services only those patients in the hospital and its ancillary areas
3) Outpatient Pharmacy : a pharmacy attached to a hospital that services patients who have left the hospital or who are visiting doctors in a hospital outpatient clinic
4) Batching : preparation of large quantities of unit-dose oral solutions/suspensions or small volume parenterals for future use.
5) Central Pharmacy : the main inpatient pharmacy in a hospital that had pharmacy satellites. It is the place where most of the hospital's medications are prepared and stored

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 13 Self Test
Inventory Management
1) The list of medications that are approved for use in a health-care system is called a : turnover.
2) Pharmaceutical equivalents that produce the same effects in patients are : generic equivalents.
3) ______ is an expression for the rate at which inventory is used and is generally expressed in number of days. : Reciporcal
4) A general rule is that ______ % of stock accounts for ______ % of prescriptions. : 20/80
5) An inventory system in which the item is deducted from inventory as it is dispensed is called a (an) : automated dispensing unit.

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 13 True/False Quiz
Inventory Management
1) The majority of pharmaceutical manufacturer sales are to wholesales. : True
2) Kirby Lester is an example of a robotic device. : True
3) Reorder points are maximum and minimum inventory levels for a product. : True
4) Computerized ordering systems do not allow manual editing. : True
5) Point-of-Sale systems adjust inventory as medications are sold or dispensed. : True

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 13 Self Test Quiz
Inventory Management
1) A goal of inventory management is : to increase use of wholesalers.
2) A list of the goods or items a business will use in its normal operation is called a(an) : closed formulary.
3) In an open formulary, when a medication is ordered that is not on the formulary : the pharmacist is required to choose a therapeutic equivalent.
4) Formulary medications are routinely reviewed to : add a product upon request of the manufacturer.
5) A therapeutically equivalent drug is : a drug that a physician must get approval to use.

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 13 Vocab Quiz
Inventory Management
1) Closed Formulary : a limited list of approved medications.
2) Formulary : a list of medications approved for use
3) Inventory : a list of goods or items a business uses in its normal operations
4) Open Formulary : a system that allows a pharmacy to use any prescribed medication
5) Perpetual Inventory : a system that maintains a continuous record of every item in inventory so that it always shows the current amount of stock on hand.

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 12 Self Test
Information
1) ______ literature contains condensed works based on primary literature, such as textbooks, monographs, etc. : Orange
2) OSHA requires pharmacies to have ______ for each hazardous chemical on hand. : manufacturer sheets for documentation of safety
3) ______ summarize(s) information form primary sources for quick reference. : The PDR
4) ______ is an example of a trade journal. : America's Pharmacist
5) ______ is a collection of monographs on commercially available parenteral drugs. : The Merck Index

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 12 True/False
Information
1) Primary literature provides the largest amount of and most current source of information. : False
2) Abstracting services are considered secondary literature. : False
3) Drug Facts and Comparisons provides information on prescription and OTC drug products, using comparative tables of therapeutic groups. : False
4) AHFS is a collection of monographs on parenteral drugs. : False
5) Handbook on Injectable Drugs is available from USP. : False

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 12 Self Test
Information
1) ______ summarizes information in professional and scientific literature. : Abstracting service
2) Pharmacy technicians find ______ literature the easiest and most convenient to use. : primary
3) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires pharmacies to have this literature on hand: : Materiel Safety Data Sheets
4) A pharmacy can obtain MSDSs from the local area ______ office. : FDA
5) The general chapers <1> through <999> of the USP-NF are enforced by (the) : DEA

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The Pharmacy Technician: Chapter Twelve Vocabulary Quiz
Information
1) Primary literature : original reports of clinical trials, research, and case studies; use for the most up-to-date information
2) Secondary literature : general reference works based upon primary literature sources; use to find primary literature
3) tertiary literature : condensed works based on primary literature (e.g., textbooks); use to find background information or summary of information
4) Abstracting services : services that summarize information form various primary sources for quick reference
5) Off label indication : a use of a medication for indication not approved by the FDA

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 11 Self Test
Factors affecting Drug Activity
1) A potentially fatal allergic reaction is called : anaphylatic shock.
2) Placebo effects can be due to : pregnancy.
3) ______ has decreased elimination in cirrhosis. : Atenolol
4) Hypersensitivity generally happens because a patient develops : anaphylaxis
5) Hepatoxicity is associated with the : central nervous system.

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