c. therapeutic equivalent.
a. generic equivalents.
b. always less expensive.
c. always more expensive.
d. therapeutically equivalent.
a. automated point-of-use storage system.
b. automated dispensing machine.
c. robotic dispensing machine.
d. mobile robot.
b. State Board of Pharmacy
b. pharmacy clerk.
a. automated dispensing unit.
b. point-of-use system.
d. point of sale system (POS).
a. post office.
d. purchase order.
c. open formulary.
d. closed formulary.
a. to ensure that drugs are available when they are needed.
b. to maintain MSDS sheets.
c. to develop closed formularies.
d. to increase use of wholesalers.
a. the medication may be ordered without obtaining additional permission.
b. the patient must obtain the medication at another pharmacy.
c. the physician must first receive permission to use the medication.
d. the pharmacist is required to choose a therapeutic equivalent.
a. add more quantity of the same product.
b. review safety of older products and evaluate newer products.
c. make room on the shelves.
d. add a product upon request of the manufacturer.
a. chemically the same.
b. chemically different but with similar actions and effects.
c. the generic version of a trade drug.
d. a drug that a physician must get approval to use.
a. returned to the manufacturer for credit
d. returned to the wholesaler for credit
a. it would be best to have a turnover less than thirty days net.
b. it would be best to have a turnover equal to thirty days.
c. it would be best to have a turnover greater than thirty days.
d. none of the above.
a. Point of sale system
c. Automated reports
d. Reorder point system
a. reorder points.
b. automatic ordering.
a. by computer.
c. by the corporate office.
d. by the wholesaler.
a. are only needed if there is a computer failure.
b. are not needed since everything is on the computer.
c. are kept for an established amount of time for business and legal reasons.
d. are only needed if there is a power failure.
a. automated dispensing station.
c. glove boxes.
d. Pyxis machines.
a. indicates the medication’s price.
b. ensures the patient receives the correct medication.
c. keeps count of the medications stocked.
d. includes the product’s NDC number.
a. protocols for fire hazards in the pharmacy setting.
b. safety codes by OSHA in the storage of inventory.
c. information concerning hazardous substances.
d. none of the above.
a. once per month.
b. item by item.
c. every two years.
d. once per year.
b. before the end of the current reporting period.
c. before the end of the month.
d. before the end of the week.
a. a number that is used to identify the pharmacy.
b. is the same on all orders from a given pharmacy.
c. is assigned by the FDA.
d. a number used to identify a number.
a. 59-86 degrees C.
b. 33-45 degrees C.
c. 59-86 degrees F.
d. 33-45 degrees F.
a. MSDS package.
b. single use package.
c. POS package.
d. unit-dose package.
a. generic name with corresponding trade versions placed next to the generic drug.
b. trade name with the corresponding generic version placed next to it.
d. drug classification.
a. 40-42 deg F.
b. 28-32 deg C.
c. 40-42 deg C.
d. 28-32 deg F.
a. placement in regular trash.
b. flushing down sink or water system.
c. using a company that meets EPA regulations.
d. selling the medications at a discound.
a. having the same person place the order and check it in.
b. having different people place the order and check it in.
c. having the pharmacy manager check in all products.
d. having anyone available place and receive orders.
a. the DEA.
a. ostomy supplies.