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Pharmocology:

the science dealing with the origin, nature, chemistry, effects and uses of medications

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How long do you keep prescriptions on file?

2 years

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What are the factors that influence dosages?

Sex, race, occupation, habitual use, time of administration, frequency of administaration, mode of administration

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Young's rule:

Age in yrs/age+12 X AD = CD

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Morphine is contraindicated for patients with what?

head injuries, acute alcoholism and convulsive disorders

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Primaquine phosphate is contraindicated for who?

G-6 PD deficient personnel

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What laxative is recommended by radiology department for use prior to special x-rays?

magnesium citrate

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Diazepam is also known as what?

Cana - convulsive antidote, nerve agent. Typically issued with three mark I NAAK

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B vitamins:

B1 - Thiamine - treats beriberi
B2 - Riboflavin
B3 - Niacin - treats pellagra
B6 - Pyridoxine - used druing INH Therapy
B12 - Cyanobalamin - treats pernicious anemia

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Macrolides are effective against?

Gram positive cocci, nesseria, hemophilis & myobacteria

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What do anti-fungals do?

Inhibits or suppresses the growth of fungi, dermatophytes or candida

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What is most often used to treat candiasis?

nystatin (myocostatin)

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Permethrin is used for what?

Pediculosis capitus (head)
Dithibus pubis (crab lice) also indicated for scabies

-caution for infants, children & pregnant mothers

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Metronidazole (flagyl) treats what?

Amebiasis

-combining with alcohol can produce violent side effects

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What symptoms are associated with malaria?

fever, chills, and flu-like illness

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What drug is used to treat petit mal-epilepsy?

Phenobarbital (luminal)

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What drug is used to treat grand mal-epilepsy?

phenytoin sodium (dilatin)

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What drug would you use to treat narcolepsy?

dextroamphetamine sulfate (dexadrine)

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Meloxicam (mobic) is contraindicated for whom?

for women in their 3rd trimester of pregnancy

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When was smallpox eradicated and who declared it?

1980 - The WHO

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What are the two types of balancers?

Class A (torsion)
Electronic

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What is the max number of prescriptions to be written on a polyprescription?

Four

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What are the four parts of the DD 1289?

Supercrpition -"RX" symbol means "to take"
Inscription - list the name and quantity of medication to be used
Subscription - gives directions to the compounder
Signa - gives directions for the patient

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What kind of storage is required for schedule I&II drugs?

Vault or safe

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Scheduel I:

high abuse potential and no accepted medical use

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Schedule II:

Narcs, amphetamines, barbituates

-no refills
-filled within 7 days

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Schedule III:

non-barbituate sedatives, non-amphetamine stimulatants

-must be filled within 30days
-refills x5 within 6 months

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Schedule IV:

-filled within 30days
-refilled 5 times within 6 months

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Schedule V:

primary antitussives/antidiarrheals

-filled within 30days
-refilled up to 5 times within 6 months

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How many schedules of drugs are there?

5