Pharm 101

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Pharm 101
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  1. tablet that slowly dissolves in mouth
    lozenge
  2. sublingual netter for angina
    bypass stomach, quicker releif
  3. expenditure of hospital care
    • drug administered
    • lab services
    • radiology services
  4. def of pharmacokinetics
    processing of drug by body
  5. Meds for ear can be used in eye
    False, not sterile
  6. medicaid is subsidized by
    federal and state
  7. Cap under the skin for long time
    implant
  8. budget of hospital, drug cost is
    5%
  9. outpatient pharm, low levels on shelf, but stocked
    • lack of shelf space
    • changes in medications
  10. stat orders
    15 mins
  11. budget of pharm, cost of supplies and services
    60-70%
  12. oil and water mix as emulsifer binds them together
    true
  13. parenteral meds used because
    • they work fast
    • bypass stomach and acid
    • patient cant take anything po
  14. half life of 20 hours
    • loose half its strength in 20 hours
    • followed by half of remaining strength in 20 hours
  15. amount of drug absorbed in blood stream
    bioavailability
  16. dosage form refers to packing
    true
  17. quickest route of adminstration
    IV
  18. suspension label
    shake well
  19. directions:
    tylenol 80 mg pr q6h prn
    what form
    Suppository
  20. emulsion is a liquid dosage
    true
  21. drug manufactured by another company, different dosage
    Bioequivalance
  22. def absorption
    taking in chemical agent across natural barriers
  23. def distribution
    ability of drug to pass into blood
  24. def metabolism
    drug filter by liver
  25. def excretion
    elimination of medicinal agents
  26. unit does in hospital
    • cost savings
    • medication not avaible in unit dose
  27. dosage in refer
    suppositories
  28. pharm tech qualifications same in every state
    false
  29. not a typical outpatient responsiblity
    new prescriptions over the phone
  30. dyes and sugars are used in meds for
    improve taste and looks
  31. not a typical inpatient responsibility
    preparing billing

    (bs)
  32. directions
    nitrostat 1/200 gr sl prn
    form
    under the tongue
  33. reduction in cost of pharm, what is cut 1st
    personnel
  34. advantage of oral meds
    • low cost
    • ease of adminstration
    • less chance of infection
  35. drg system, hospital keeps savings
    true
  36. buccal tablets should be swallow immedietly
    false
  37. change in location of health care will decrease from inpatient to outpatient
    false
  38. inhalers need to be shaken before use
    true
  39. unit dose distrubution cuts cost, erros, waste, and missing drugs
    false
  40. parenterals only used in er
    false
  41. nabp determines regulations for techs
    false
  42. age, gender, diet, genetics alter metabolism
    true
  43. rectal meds can work systemically or locally
    true
  44. phenol used for taste properties
    false
  45. semisolid not used for topical
    true
  46. cd refers to
    controlled diffusion
  47. why use drugs that work over a longer time
    enable patient to take meds less often
  48. fungal/bacterial contamination can occur with improper storgae
    true
  49. why are preservatives added
    • increase shelf life
    • decrease contamination
  50. what doesnt a tech have to stock
    atm
  51. meds require test of livers ability to clear meds
    true
  52. tech who repacks, parental prep, deliver meds is
    inpatient tech
  53. def mdi
    metered dose inhaler
  54. def instill
    to place unto, otics and ophthalmics
  55. def inhale
    to breathe in
  56. def bioavailibility
    drug that reaches intended destination, from blood stream
  57. def otc
    over the counter, no prescription needed
  58. def ngt
    nitroglycerin
  59. What should be on a prescription in an outpatient pharm but not on a med order for a hospitalized patient?
    Patient's address, refill information, physician's address and number
  60. Considerations in determining an order's priority include:
    The type of medication prescribed and what it is used to treat, the patient's expectations for time of delivery, specific instructions from prescriber about delivery time
  61. An institutional pharmacy materials mgmt program includes
    procurement, drug storage, inventory control, drug distribution

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