PHM 153 Final

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  1. Name 3 areas that the MSDS is divided into?
    • Physical Data
    • Precautions for safe handling
    • Environmental effects
  2. As a technician can you do anything if the pharmacist is not there?
  3. What is the primary purpose of the hospital?
    Patient Care
  4. What is the difference between a retail prescription and a hospital prescription?
    The hospital prescription may include diagnosis, labs, drugs and things for other departments
  5. What does ASHP stand for?
    American Society of Health-system Pharmacists
  6. List of medications used in the hospital on clinical judgment of medical staff?
  7. What is needed on hospital prescription?
    • Strength 
    • Dose
    • Name
  8. What are some things about long term care?
    No complete patient profile
  9. What insurance companies prefer patients to do in receiving no critical medications?
    They prefer them to get them at home
  10. What do you call drugs that are used but not routinely?
  11. Some medications require this because the cost a lot or are abused?
    Automatic Stop Orders
  12. How do pharmacies create their budget?
    Look at annual use of drugs
  13. This allows the nurse to give a patient a medications  and to document it?
    • MAR’s
    • How much medication can a military officer receive if going overseas?
    • 1 year supply
  14. Medication brought in from home must be checked in by?
    Attending physician
  15. This organization was organized was established to issue protocol and standards for occupational safety?
  16. What is a mutagen?
    Mutagens are capable of causing cancer or mutating cells
  17. In a VA hospital do they have to follow the same guidelines in dealing with controlled substances?
  18. What are the 3 types of hospital ownerships?
    • Government
    • Private
    • Corporation
  19. What are the rolls of public health for pharmacy?
    To give information on drugs and the safe use and poison prevention
  20. This term refers to using 2 drugs with different chemical agents by have the same effect?
    Therapeutic equivalent 
  21. Who created the standards of practice?
    The Joint Commission
  22. Is quantity buying advantages for a pharmacy?
  23. Is the pharmacist part of the emergency response team?
    No, but he can be
  24. Do OSHA compliance personal have to update employees on new chemicals and locations?
  25. Chemicals often forgotten in the MSDS?
    Soaps and glass cleaners
  26. What is sodium bicarbonate used for?
    To correct metabolic acidosis
  27. What is epinephrine used for?
    To make the heart beat faster and contract more forcefully, increasing cardiac output
  28. What is dopamine used for?
    It causes an increase in cardiac output, renal blood flow, and urine production
  29. What is norepinephrine used for?
    It acts as a vasoconstrictor causing an increase in systemic blood pressure
  30. What is isoproterenol used for 
    Makes the heart beat faster and more forcefully
  31. What is calcium chloride used for?
    Makes the heart contract more forcefully after a normal heart rhythm has been restored
  32. What is Atropine used for?
    To increase cardiac output and dries up secretions
  33. What is lidocaine used for?
    Ventricular fibrillation and tachycardia
  34. What is Adenosine used for?
    Restoring normal sinus rhythm
  35. What is Dextrose 50% used for?
    To treat hypoglycemia
  36. What kind of chemicals should be handled with gloves and goggles?
    Caustic agents and Carcinogens/mutagens
  37. What is on the shipping label when shipping CII meds from the hospital?
    • Physician’s name and phone number
    • Drug name
    • Patients name
    • Pharmacies name and phone number.
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PHM 153 Final
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PHM 153 Final

PHM 153 Final
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