Pharmacy Law True or False.txt

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Pharmacy Law True or False.txt
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2012-11-21 08:58:40
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True or false questions about pharmacy law for pharmacy technician certification exam
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  1. Drug recalls are voluntary.
    True
  2. Pharmaceutically equivalent meds have identical active ingredients, strengths and dosage forms.
    True
  3. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are not allowed to change inactive ingredients.
    False
  4. Authorized genetics are traveled generic products and marketed as a brand.
    False
  5. Generic substitution is when a brand-name med is given in place of a generic.
    False
  6. Hydrocortisone 1% cream is the therapeutic alternative to hydrocortisone 1% ointment.
    False
  7. In most cases, pharmacists do not need to get permission from the prescriber to substitute a therapeutic equivalent.
    True
  8. Schedule I controlled substances won't be seen in the pharmacy.
    True
  9. Schedule 2 controlled substances have the most stringent requirements in the pharmacy.
    True
  10. Methylphenidate has more addiction and abuse potential than Suboxone.
    True
  11. Zolpidem is a schedule IV controlled substance.
    True
  12. Xanax has a lower addiction potential than Lortab.
    True
  13. Lyrica has a higher abuse potential than Ambien.
    False
  14. Most states allow DVM's with registered DEA numbers to write controlled substance prescriptions.
    True
  15. Most states do not allow DDS's to write controlled substance prescriptions.
    False
  16. A DVM prescribes phenobarbital for seizures for a dog. This is an example of a prescriber writing a controlled substance under the usual course of practice.
    True
  17. According to federal law, Lyrica prescriptions are allowed to be faxed into the pharmacy.
    True
  18. Pseudoephedrine must be kept behind the counter or in a locked cabinet.
    True

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