questions

Question 1 (1.25 points)

Chemicals produced by microorganisms that can cause fever reactions are calledQuestion 1 options:

a) 

hypothermics.
 

b) 

ions.

c) 

pyrogens.

d) 

piggybacks.

Question 2 (1.25 points)

What’s the route of administration for norepinephrine?Question 2 options:

a) 

SC

b) 

IM

c) 

PO

d) 

IV

Question 3 (1.25 points)

Which medication is an anticonvulsant?Question 3 options:

a) 

Amoxicillin

b) 

Sertraline
 

c) 

Phenytoin

d) 

Theophylline

Question 4 (1.25 points)

_______ occurs when a non-aqueous powdered drug is ground finely with a solvent in which the drug is insoluble.

Question 4 options:

a) 

Levigation

b) 

Fusion molding

c) 

Compression molding

d) 

Trituration
 

Question 5 (1.25 points)

Which medication is considered a glucocorticoid?Question 5 options:

a) 

Salmeterol

b) 

Atorvastatin

c) 

Phenytoin
 

d) 

Prednisone

Question 6 (1.25 points)

What temperature should nonrefrigerated drugs be stored at?Question 6 options:

a) 

40°F to 59°F

b) 

59°F to 86°F

c) 

25°F to 32°F
 

d) 

75°F to 90°F

Question 7 (1.25 points)

Which medication registry exists to assist in monitoring and reporting of white blood cell values and absolute neutrophil counts?

Question 7 options:

a) 

Clozaril National Registry

b) 

Wellbutrin National Registry
 

c) 

Coumadin National Registry

d) 

Ambien National Registry

Question 8 (1.25 points)

Powder volume is equivalent toQuestion 8 options:

a) 

volume of sterile water + volume of solution.

b) 

volume of diluent + volume of powder.

c) 

volume of solution + volume of solvent.

d) 

volume of diluent + volume of sterile water.
 

Question 9 (1.25 points)

Which of the following describes a fixed co-payment?Question 9 options:

a) 

A patient pays $10 for each prescription filled.

b) 

A patient pays 10 percent for generic medications and $30 for brand medications.

c) 

A patient pays out of pocket.
 

d) 

A patient pays 10 percent for each prescription filled.

Question 10 (1.25 points)

The _______ requires drug manufacturers to provide proof of both safety and effectiveness before marketing drugs to the public.

Question 10 options:

a) 

1962 Kefauver-Harris Amendment

b) 

1970 Poison Prevention Act

c) 

1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
 

d) 

1990 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act

Question 11 (1.25 points)

What are three examples of SSRIs?Question 11 options:

a) 

Calcium chloride, atropine, sertraline
 

b) 

Fluoxetine, budesonide, cortisone

c) 

Citalopram, fluoxetine, sertraline

d) 

Amlodipine, citalopram, paroxetine

Question 12 (1.25 points)

The _______ clearly defines adulteration and misbranding of drugs and food products.Question 12 options:

a) 

Food and Drug Act of 1906

b) 

1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FDC) Act

c) 

1962 Kefauver-Harris Amendment

d) 

1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
 

Question 13 (1.25 points)

When researching information on pseudoephedrine and looking for information using comparative tables of therapeutic groups, the best reference source would be

Question 13 options:

a) 

Drug Facts and Comparisons.

b) 

PubMed Index.
 

c) 

Orange Book

d) 

Safety Data Sheets.

Question 14 (1.25 points)

Which organization established compounding standards for both sterile and nonsterile products?Question 14 options:

a) 

FDA

b) 

CDC

c) 

USP

d) 

TJC
 

Question 15 (1.25 points)

Detailed information on parenteral drugs can be found inQuestion 15 options:

a) 

Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference.

b) 

the United States Pharmacopeia-National Formulary.
 

c) 

the Handbook on Injectable Drugs.

d) 

the Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs.

Question 16 (1.25 points)

The _______ requires the government to preapprove interstate commerce for drugs, food, and drink.Question 16 options:

a) 

1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
 

b) 

1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FDC) Act

c) 

1962 Kefauver-Harris Amendment

d) 

Food and Drug Act of 1906

Question 17 (1.25 points)

An antiemetic medication is effective againstQuestion 17 options:

a) 

nausea and vomiting.

b) 

fever.

c) 

bacterial infections.

d) 

bronchial infections.
 

Question 18 (1.25 points)

The correct Latin abbreviation for “at bedtime” isQuestion 18 options:

a) 

hs.

b) 

po.

c) 

ac.

d) 

pm.
 

Question 19 (1.25 points)

USP <797> requires that surface sampling occurs everyQuestion 19 options:

a) 

yearly.

b) 

every other year.
 

c) 

six months.

d) 

month.

Question 20 (1.25 points)

_______ are required risk management plans that use risk minimization strategies beyond the professional labeling that benefits of certain prescription drugs outweigh the risks as authorized by the FDAAA.

Question 20 options:

a) 

REMS

b) 

CMEA

c) 

FDA

d) 

DEA
 

Question 21 (1.25 points)

If a patient requests a non-child-resistant container, which of the following steps must be taken?Question 21 options:

a) 

This request isn’t permissible.
 

b) 

A consent form must be signed.

c) 

No additional steps are necessary.

d) 

The patient must sign the back of the prescription indicating the request.

Question 22 (1.25 points)

Which of the following is classified as a Schedule II drug?Question 22 options:

a) 

Tylenol with Codeine

b) 

Amphetamine

c) 

Heroin

d) 

Phenobarbital
 

Question 23 (1.25 points)

The meaning of the suffix -emia isQuestion 23 options:

a) 

referencing urine.
 

b) 

referencing the heart.

c) 

referencing blood.

d) 

referencing inflammation.

Question 24 (1.25 points)

A patient requires an IV antibiotic to be made by the pharmacy. The requirements for the compound would be found in

Question 24 options:

a) 

USP <795>

b) 

Both USP <797> and USP <795>

c) 

Neither USP <797> or USP <795>
 

d) 

USP <797>

Question 25 (1.25 points)

Which of the following is not considered to be an act of counseling?Question 25 options:

a) 

Route of administration

b) 

Common or severe side effects
 

c) 

Duration of therapy

d) 

Proper storage of medication

Question 26 (1.25 points)

Ms. Kate has received a prescription for amoxicillin, but her records show that she’s allergic to penicillin. It’s recommended that

Question 26 options:

a) 

the pharmacist completes the order as written.

b) 

the pharmacist recommends brand name amoxicillin.

c) 

the pharmacist substitutes an alternative drug that he or she feels would work better.
 

d) 

the pharmacist not fill the order, and contact the physician to request a suitable substitute.

Question 27 (1.25 points)

OBRA, HIPAA, CMEA, and the red flag rule are laws regulated by theQuestion 27 options:

a) 

third-party providers.
 

b) 

state government.

c) 

federal government.

d) 

local government.

Question 28 (1.25 points)

To properly measure the amount of liquid in a graduated cylinder, view the meniscus from _______ level and read the bottom of the meniscus to line it up with the graduated line.

Question 28 options:

a) 

chin
 

b) 

chest

c) 

eye

d) 

floor

Question 29 (1.25 points)

Which of the following solutions doesn’t contain alcohol or hydroalcohols?Question 29 options:

a) 

Tinctures
 

b) 

Elixirs

c) 

Spirits

d) 

Syrups

Question 30 (1.25 points)

_______ is a reference source that’s updated with annual price lists of drugs, products, prices, and AWPs.

Question 30 options: