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Pharm 1350 Final

Pharm 1350 Final
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  1. Who has the authority to add additional active ingredients to a previously approved pharmaceutical product
    Pharmaceutical Manufacturer
  2. T/F

    The prescriber of the medication is the only health care professional who is responsible for being aware of new medicaitons, laws, and restrictions
  3. What system is the recommended method for maintaining security of controlled substances
  4. T/F

    Controlled substance records are to be kept for 10 years
  5. T/F

    The PDR, is a complete and comprehensive resource for all medications both prescription and over the counter.
  6. Why is the risk of death higher with street drugs than with prescription medications?
    A lack of control over quality, purity, and strength makes street drugs dangerous
  7. Drug standards regulate drug manufacture so that medications of the same name will be of the same?
    strength, purity, and quality
  8. Requires labeling to indicate if a medication contained a "dangerous ingredient"
    1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
  9. The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 require what if a drug preparation contains morphine
    Must have a label indicating the presence of morphine.
  10. Identify a provision of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and its Amendment
    new products are required to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
  11. Prior to the 1906 establishment of the U.S. Pharmcopeia, drug information was related by"
    Passing to the next generation
  12. The Controlled Substance Act may limit
    The number of refills that can be filled in a 6-month time frame
  13. Professionals that need a DEA number are
    Pharmacist, Physicians, Vets
  14. A DEA number represents
    Registration with the Drug Enforcement Agency
  15. Prescriptions of the controlled substance listed in these schedules may not be called into the pharmacy
    Schedule 1, 2, and 3
  16. Prescriptions of the controlled substances listed in which of these schedules MAY be called into the pharmacy by health care workers other than the prescriber
    Schedules 2 through 4
  17. Prescriptions of the controlled substances listed in thses schedules may be refilled up to five times in 6 months
    Schedules 3,4, and 5
  18. The least desirabel infomration source regarding drugs is a
  19. Which act estabelished the USP and NF
    1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
  20. Drug used to treat a disease that affects only a small number of people
    Orphan drug
  21. This legislation provides for financial incentives to be provided to pharmaceutical companies for the development of medications that would otherwise be unprofitable becasue they are designed to treat diseases that only affect a small number of people
    !983 Orphan Drug Act
  22. The name by which the pharmaceutical company identifies its product, is copyrighted, and used exclusively by the company with a capitalized first letter
    Trade name
  23. Name is the exact molecular formula of the drug
    Chemical name
  24. The product contains 300 mg of actaminophen with 30 mg codeine
    Trade name Tylenol No 3
  25. Drugs with no purchasing restrictions by the FDA
    OTC/over the counter drugs
  26. Name the characterisitcs of a good drug reference for health care providers
    • current information as drug info is constantly changing
    • concise and easily understood info
    • info on safe and common dosing
  27. Info to be inculded on a drug card
    • generic name
    • trade name
    • action
    • side effects
    • special instructions on administration
  28. Damage to the eighth cranial nerve, resulting in impaired hearing and ringing in the ears
  29. Damage to the kidneys that results in impaired kidney function, decreased urinary output, and renal failure is
  30. A list of possible unpleasant or dangerous secondary effects, other than the desired effect is
    adverse reactions and side effects
  31. A broad subcategory of drugs that affects the body in similar ways is called
  32. Conditions for which the drug shoud NOT be given are
  33. Medical conditions or diseases for which a drug is intended to be used are referred to as
  34. Drugs or foods that may alter the effect of a drug and are not given during the same course of therapy are
  35. Characteristics of the PDR
    • Contains comprehensive cross-reference of drugs, including photographs
    • Descriptions of substances
    • Geared toward pharmacist and physicians
    • Does not identify nursing implications
    • May be difficult to interpret
  36. 4-dimethylamino-4, 12 aoctabydro-3,6,10,12,12q
    Chemical name
  37. Tetracycline hydrochloride
    Generic name
  38. A;pha-4dimethylamine-3methyl-1-2, 2-diphyenyl-2butanol, proprionate hydrochloride
    Chemical name
  39. Darvon
    Trade name
  40. Propoxyphene hydrochloride
    Generic name
  41. Tetracycline HCL
    Generic name
  42. Increased reaction to sunlight, with the danger of intense sunburn
  43. Ringing in the ears
  44. The most actively pursued source of new drugs today are
  45. When medication reaches widespread areas of the body it is called
    Systemic effect
  46. Whend medication effect is limited to the area of the body where it is administered, it is called
    Local effect
  47. The initial high dose used to quickly elevate the level of the drug in the blood is called
    loading dose
  48. Amount of a drug that will produce harmful side effects or symptoms ofpoisoning is called
    toxic dose
  49. Distribution of a drug occurs in the
    circulatory system
  50. Metabolism of a drug occurs in the
  51. A condtion that may slow absorption of a drug is
    full or empty stomach
  52. An affinity or attraction of a drug to a specific organ or cell is called
    selective distribution
  53. The opposing action of two drugs in which one decreases or cancels out the effect of the other is called
  54. An inactive substance that resembles a medication is called
  55. Variable affecting the speed and efficiency of drugs being processed by the body are
    age, weight, sec, and psychological state
  56. A unique, unusual response to a drug in a given patient is called
  57. A decreased response to a drug that develops after repeated doses are given is
  58. An immune response to a drug that may be of varying degress is
  59. A severe, possible fatal, allergic response is called
    anaphylactic reaction
  60. Signs of hypersensitivity are
    nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
  61. Recombinant DNA is used to produce what
  62. What is an IND
    Investigational new drug
  63. Method of drug delivery by absorption through the mucosa under the tongue is called
    sublingual tablet
  64. table t that is absorbed in the mouth between the cheek and gums is called a
    buccal tablet
  65. A sweetened, flavored, liquid drug form is called
  66. Liquid drug forms with an alcohol base is called a
  67. A rablet containing a palatable flavoring and indicated for a local effect on the throat or mouth is called
  68. A liquid form of medication that must be shaken well before administration is called a
  69. The most common classifications of drugs given usually include
    sedatives, antiemetics, and antipyretics
  70. Being delivered by injection directly into a vein is
  71. Being delivered by injection into a muscle is
  72. Being delivered by injection into the fatty layer of tissue below the skin is known as
  73. An injection delivered just beneath the skin is
  74. The needle and syringe are positioned at a 90 degree angle from the skin for ___________injections
  75. The needle and syringe at a 45 degree angle is called
    subcutaneous inection
  76. The needle and syringe at a 14 degree angle is called
    intradermal injection
  77. IV push is a specified volume of drug injected by syringe into aperipheral lock or port on a primary intravenous line is called
    IV push
  78. A drug diluted on a specified bolume of fluid for intermittent infusion at specified intervals is called
    IV piggyback
  79. A _______patch contains drug molecules that can be absorbed through the skin
  80. A semisolid preparation containing a drug is called
    cream or ointment
  81. Drugs in sterile liquids to be applied by drops are called
    eye, ear and nose drops
  82. Sterile, semisolid preparations for ophthalmic use only are called
    eye ointments
  83. A drug suspended in a substance that melts at body temp is called
  84. Solutions used to irrigate the vaginal canal is called
    douche solutions
  85. What is commonly used for dispensing tablets, capsules, andoral luquid medications
    Medicine cup
  86. A small, glass container that mus be broken at the neck to obtain the solution is called
  87. A glass container sealed at the tip by a rubber stopper is called
  88. a sterile hypodermic syringe with a capacity of 2-3 ml marked with 10 calibrations per ml is called
    standard syringe
  89. A syringe with a capacity of 1 ml or less and marked in units is a
    insulin syringe
  90. The route of administration by which medications may be delivered via humidification directly into the respiratory system is
  91. An MDI is used to deliver medication by inhalation. What does it stand for
    Metered dose inhaler
  92. Measured by numbers, with the largest number representing the smallest opeing size