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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 7 True/False
Routes and Formulations
1) Buccal administration is a parenteral route of administration. : False
2) Oral administration is the most frequently used route of administration. : False
3) With oral formulations, drugs administered by solid dosage forms generally reach the systemic circulation faster than liquid dosage forms. : True
4) A low pH value such as 1 or 2 indicates a high acidity. : True
5) In an emulsion, if the oleaginous component is present as droplets, the emulsion is called water-in-oil. : True

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 7 Self Test Quiz
Routes and Formulations: Self Test
1) Which route of administration is not a parenteral route? : intranasal.
2) A local effect occurs : only after intravenous administration.
3) The stomach has a pH of : 7-8.
4) A dissolution step would bot be necessary for drug absorption from a/an : tablet.
5) Modified release tablets might be called : extended release.

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 5 Self Test Quiz
Prescriptions: Self Test
1) A prescription was written for Zocor and simvastatin was dispensed in accordance with insurance plan guidelines. this is an example of : DAW.
2) In community pharmacies, _______ generally receive the prescription and collect patient data and enter this information into the computer. : Pharmacist
3) In institutional settings, ______ generally administer medications to patients. : nursing staff
4) When a prescription is written for a medication that is not commercially available, the medication can be prepared by mixing the ingredients required and this is called : allegation.
5) If a new prescription has been prepared by a pharmacy technician, the final check is done by the : lead pharmacy technician.

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The Pharmacy Technician Workbook: Chapter 5 True/False
Prescriptions: True/False
1) In addition to the primary prescribers, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants are allowed to write prescriptions in some states. : True
2) Prescription may be handwritten or electronically produced. : True
3) Rules and regulations for dispensing prescription for hospital inpatients are the same for community pharmacies. : True
4) If DAW is indicated, generic substitution may not be used. : True
5) A prescription has no time limit. : True

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The Pharmacy Technician Texbook: Chapter 5 Vocabulary Quiz
Prescriptions: Vocabulary
1) Extemporaneous compunding : The on-demand preparation of a drug product according to a physician's prescription, formula, or recipe.
2) Over-the-Counter (OTC) drug : Medications that do not require a prescription but may be filled with a prescription.
3) Prescription : An instruction form a medical practitioner that authorizes a patient to be issued a drug or device.
4) DAW (Dispense As Written) : a code specifying that the brand name drug, rather than its generic equivalent, is to be dispensed.
5) Protected Health Information (PHI) : any personal information that could be used to identify an individual or their health history.

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 5 Self Test Quiz
Prescriptions: Self Test
1) Counseling, as required by OBRA '90, is provided by : physicians.
2) When the directions for a prescription are unclear, the pharmacy technician should : fax the doctor for clarification.
3) The directions on a prescription medication are: i gtt ou hs. The medication is : an eye drop.
4) For the prescription:: Glucophage XR 500 mg, ii bid x 90, how many tablets are dispensed. : 90
5) The unique identifying number of a drug is the : DEA.

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The Pharmacy Technician Textbook: Chapter 5 Vocabulary Quiz
Prescriptions: Vocabulary
1) Extemporaneous compunding : The on-demand preparation of a drug product according to a physician's prescription, formula, or recipe.
2) Over-the-Counter (OTC) drug : Medications that do not require a prescription but may be filled with a prescription.
3) Prescription : An instruction form a medical practitioner that authorizes a patient to be issued a drug or device.
4) DAW (Dispense As Written) : a code specifying that the brand name drug, rather than its generic equivalent, is to be dispensed.
5) Protected Health Information (PHI) : any personal information that could be used to identify an individual or their health history.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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