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Ch 3 principles of prescription writing
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  1. schedule ___ drugs must be in ink, indelible pencil or typewritten
    II
  2. Which of the following schedules must be written in ink?
    A) Schedule I
    B) Schedule II
    C) Schedule III
    D) Schedule IV
    E) Schedule V
    • B) Schedule II drugs must be written in ink
    • Prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances must be written in ink, indelible pencil, or typewritten
  3. what is the #1 problem with patient compliance?
    symptoms reduce and pt stops taking meds
  4. the patient's perception of the severity of the illness is the ______ factor influencing ______
    • major
    • compliance
  5. no symptoms or a reduction of symptoms=
    no patient compliance
  6. what rule of child dosage is used with the childs age?
    young
  7. what rule for child dosage is used with childs weight
    clark
  8. what rule for child doses is the surface area of the child used?
    body surface area rule
  9. what is the best rule to use for child dosage calculations??
    body surface area rule
  10. t/f a dentist only has one DEA number no matter how many offices he has
    false-DEA must correspond to specific office location
  11. what rule is child's dose (1 to 12 y)= childs age in y X adult dose/childs age in y +12
    young's rule
  12. what is the youngs rule?
    child's dose (1 to 12 y)= childs age in y X adult dose/childs age in y +12
  13. what rule is the child's dose=weight of child in lb X adult dose/150lbs
    clarks rule
  14. what is the clarks rule?
    child's dose=weight of child in lb X adult dose/150lbs
  15. what rule is child's dose=surface area of child in square meters X adult dose/1.73
    body surface area rule
  16. what is the body surface area rule
    child's dose=surface area of child in square meters X adult dose/1.73
  17. Which of the following pediatric dose formulas is considered most accurate?

    A) Young’s rule
    B) Clark’s rule
    C) Surface area rule
    • C) Surface area rule
    • Weight is the usual basis for determining the dose, but weight can vary in children of the same age. For this reason the body surface area rule is considered the most accurate.
  18. hallucinogens (LSD), marijuana and selected opiates (heroin, opium derivatives) are considered which schedule of drugs?
    schedule I
  19. amphetamines, selected opiates (morphine and congeners, codeine congeners, methadone), some barbituarates (secobarbital),oxycodone are considered which schedule of drug?
    schedule II
  20. anabolic steriods, selected opiate cominations (acetaminophen APAP with codeine, hydrocodone mixtures such as vicodin) are considered which schedule of drug?
    schedule III
  21. benzodiazepines (diazepam or Valium), selected opiates (propoxyphene or darvon), some barbiturates (phenobarbital) are considered which schedule of drugs?
    schedule IV
  22. selected opiates (cough and diarrhea preparations) are considered to be in what schedule of drugs?
    schedule V
  23. what is an example of a schedule I drug?
    • hallucinogens
    • marijuana
    • selected opiates (heroin, opium derivatives)
  24. what is an example of a schedule II drug?
    • amphetamines
    • morphine
    • oxycodone
  25. what is an example of a schedule III drug?
    • anabolic steriods
    • Vicodin
  26. what is a schedule IV drug example?
    • diazepam/Valium
    • Darvon
  27. what is an example of a schedule V drug?
    cough and diarrhea preparations
  28. which class of drugs has no legal medical use in US and has a high abuse potential and is used for research purposes
    schedule I
  29. what schedule of drug is legal in the US and has a high abuse potential. A written prescription is required and refilling is prohibited. but if it is an emergency it can be called in but a written must follow within 72 hours
    schedule II
  30. what schedule of drugs are legal in US have a moderate abuse potential. a prescription can be issued orally or written to pharmacist and may be refilled up to 5 within 6 months
    schedule III
  31. what schedule of drugs is legal in US and has a low abuse potential and may be given orally to or written to pharmacist and may be refilled up to 5 times in 6 months
    schedule IV
  32. what schedule of drug is legal in US with a low abuse potential and may be given orally or written to pharmacists and may be refilled. Also may be allowed to b sold over the counter if dispensed by a pharmacist
    schedule V
  33. An antibiotic has been prescribed for a patient at risk for bacterial endocarditis. The dental hygienist must ask all of the following questions except one. Which one is the exception?
    A) Who prescribed the antibiotic?
    B) When was the antibiotic taken?
    C)What specific antibiotic was prescribed?
    D)How much was taken?
    E) Have any adverse effects developed?
    • A) Who prescribed the antibiotic?
    • It is not necessary to know which practitioner prescribed the antibiotic.
  34. t/f schedule II cannot be called in
    true

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