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The Pharmacy Technician Texbook: Chapter 4 Vocabulary Quiz
Terminology: Vocabulary
1) Combining Vowels : a vowel used to connect the prefix, root word, or suffix parts of a term.
2) Prefix : a modifying component of a term, located at the beginning of the term.
3) Root Word : the base component of a term which gives it a meaning that may be modified by other components.
4) Suffix : a modifying component of a term located at the end of the term.
5) Diastolic Phase : The blood pressure after the heart has completed a pumping stroke.

Created on March 04, 2014 by
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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 4 Self Test Quiz
Terminology: Self Test
1) The primary organ of the urinary tract is the : liver.
2) A keratosis is : a skin inflammation.
3) The suffix "emia" means : tissue.
4) The suffix "tocia" means : condition of.
5) Arteriosclerosis means : disease of the heart.

Created on March 04, 2014 by
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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 4 Self Test Quiz
Terminology: Self Test
1) Words from the ______ language most often refer to diagnosis and surgery; words from the ______ language generally refer to the anatomy of the body. : Latin, Latin
2) The ______ is a modifier attached to the end of the root word and the _____ is a modifier attached to the front of the root word. : prefix, root
3) The prefix pseudo means : across or through.
4) The cardiovascular system distributes blood through the body in : veins, glands, and arteries.
5) Pericarditis means : movement across the liver.

Created on March 03, 2014 by
29 question(s)

The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 3 Vocabulary Quiz
Drug Regulation and Control Vocabulary
1) FDA : Food and Drug Administration is the leading enforcement agency for drug product regulations at the federal level
2) DEA : Drug Enforcement Administration is the agency that enforces controlled substances law and regulations
3) ASCP : American Society for Consultant Pharmacists sets standards for pharmacists who provide medical distribution and consultant services to nursing homes
4) USP : The United States Pharmacopoeia non-gov, nonprofit, org that sets standards for manufacturing and distribution of drugs and related products standards directly referred to by state and federal laws and published in US Pharmacopoeia and National Formulary
5) 7 Parts of Prescriptions : 1) Name of patient 2) Name of drug 3) Dose of drug 4) Route drug takes 5) How drug is to be taken 6) Date was written 7) Signature of Dr.

Created on March 02, 2014 by
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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 3 Self Test Quiz
Drug Regulation and Concept: Self Test
1) The ______ defined what drugs need a prescription. : 1970 Poison Prevention Act
2) A need for tighter drug regulations from the thalidomide lesson led to the : Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
3) Legend drugs should have the legend ______ on the manufacturer's label. : "For external use only."
4) In clinical trials, the testing is done : on mice.
5) The main purpose of phase II clinical trials is : efficacy.

Created on March 01, 2014 by
10 question(s)

The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 3 True/False Quiz
Drug Regulations and Controls: True/False
1) Childproof packaging was required by the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act. : True
2) The CMEA sets daily and monthly restrictions on the sale of pseudoephedrine. : False
3) Only about 25% of drugs tested on humans are approved for use the FDA. : False
4) Over-the-counter medications do not require a prescription but sometimes prescriptions are written for them. : False
5) The name of the prescriber must appear on the label of a dispensed prescription container. : False

Created on March 01, 2014 by
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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 3 Self Test Quiz
Drug Regulation and Control: Self Test
1) Because of fatal poisoning from liquid sulfanilamide, the _______ required new drugs be shown to be safe before marketing. : 1990 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA)
2) The ______ required childproof packaging for most prescription drugs. : Kefauver-Harris Amendment
3) The 1984 Hartch-Watchman Act allowed for : introduction of generic version of trade drugs regardless of patent terms.
4) Pharmacists were required to offer counseling to Medicaid patents by the : Harrison Act.
5) Both dometic and imported drugs require approval by (a/the) _______ before they can be marketed in the USA. : U.S. Customs

Created on February 28, 2014 by
27 question(s)

Partial Exam 2GP Quiz
Periodic Table
1) Group IA is also known as _____ : Alkaline-Earth
2) The Alkaline–Earth group is known as _________________. : Sodium family
3) The elements Boron, Aluminum, Gallium, Indium and Thallium are members of group ____. : VIA
4) What is the name given to group VIIIA? : Noble gases
5) The group number tells us the _________________. : The number of shells.

Created on October 30, 2013 by
10 question(s)
Liza Amaya

Atomic Structure

1) Dalton created: : The Billiard Ball Model

Created on October 24, 2013 by
1 question(s)
Andi Gallon

Chemistry 10 Final Exam Review Quiz
Free-Response Quiz
1) True or False: Chemistry is the scientific study of chemicals and the reactions caused by them. : True
2) Burning is an example of what type of a change? Why? : Chemical, because the change can not be undone.
3) When Calcium (Ca) looses one valence electron, what is it called? : Calcium Ion
4) True or False: Cations have a negative charge. : True
5) What is the mass of an electron? : 1/1814

Created on May 17, 2013 by
75 question(s)
Andy Weir

Star Quiz
Quiz about science and Technology, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, history and geography, health science, game and bollywood
1) What is the average value of acceleration due to gravity g on the earth surface? : 9.8 m/s2

Created on April 28, 2013 by
1 question(s)
Rahul Raz

Introductory Chemistry - Powers of Ten/Basic Conversions Quiz
Rounding off POTs & using them in calculations/Solving basic conversions
1) Round off 7.150 to the FIRST decimal place : 7.2
2) Round off 7.755 to the FIRST decimal place : 7.8
3) Write in scientific notation: 8,000. : 8.000x10^3
4) Write in scientific notation: 1982.x10^-9 : 1.982x10^-6
5) How many sigfigs are in 0.00072x10^-8? : 2

Created on January 21, 2013 by
26 question(s)
Ana Brito
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