Flashcards in Law Quizzes (Exam 1 Cut Off) Deck (39)
Which of the following could be considered 'contextual factors' in ethical decision making?
a. Likelihood of treatment success or failure
b. Legal considerations
c. Institutional/ organizational policies and procedures
d. Patient competency in decision making
e. Culture of patient or healthcare provider
B, C, E
In the four box method for clinical medical ethics decision making, the four are not weighted equally. Which two trump the other two?
a. Patient preferences
b. Contextual factors
c. Medical indications
d. Quality of life
A & C
Which of the following are included in the four box method for medical ethics decision making?
a. Contextual factors
b. Patient preference
c. Quality of life
d. Unconscious bias
e. Fiscal considerations
f. Optimization of healthcare resources
g. Medical indications
A, B, C, G
Fair and equitable distribution of burdens and benefits within a community
The individual's right to choose and follow his/her own plan of life and action
The duty to do no harm
The duty to assist persons in need
What was the primary purpose for the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938?
a. Establish prescription-only drug classification
b. Improve consumer safety
c. Improve drug labeling for consumer education
d. Establish FDA regulation of drug manufacturing and distribution
What are the NMSA chapters with the following titles?
Professional & Occupational Licenses
Drug & Cosmetics
Health & Safety
Professional & Occupational Licenses - Chapter 61
Drug & Cosmetics - Chapter 26
Health & Safety - Chapter 24
Criminal Offense - Chapter 30
Which of the following require FDA approval before release to consumers?
a. Food pesticides
b. Tobacco products
c. Consumable alcohol products
d. Compounded prescription drugs
e. Blood and blood products
f. Food additives
g. Medical devices
E, F, G
Which legislative Act delegates regulatory authority to the NM Board of pharmacy, established pharmacist licensing requirements, and sets regulations delineating who can sell prescription drugs?
a. NM Pharmacy Act
b. Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act
c. NM Drug Devices & Cosmetics Act
d. Kefauver-Harris Amendment
Which act established two classes of medications, prescription (legend) drugs and over-the-counter (non-legend) drugs?
Which act etablished that the FDA must approve all new medications sold in the U.S., and that drugs will not be approved until they have been determined to be safe to use?
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
Which act established that drugs must be proven to be effective, in addition to being pure and safe, to receive approval from the FDA for sale in the U.S.?
Which act established standards for patient counseling?
Which act established enforceable guideline for the preparation of sterile products?
Which federal agency is responsible for enforcing laws concerning narcotics?
What is the title number of the Code of Federal Regulations specific to the regulation of foods and drugs?
NMSA 61-11-11.1 states that a pharmacist shall provide a final check on technician work. IN order to change this requirement and allow tech-checking tech, which of the following would be required?
a. Federal regulation change
b. State legislative act
c. Pharmacy regulations change
Which of the following statements best summarizes the mission of the FDA?
a. Protects the public health by ensuring the safety and efficacy of food, drugs, and cosmetics
b. Regulates the cost, safety, and effectiveness of prescription drugs
c. Establishes regulations for manufacturing, distribution, and use of consumer products
d. Protects consumers from misleading advertising and unfair pricing of both food and drugs
Over the last nearly 100 years many federal acts have been instituted concerning drugs. Which of the following was the major motivation for the implementation of these laws?
a. increase revenue for federal agencies
b. Ensure adequate access to necessary drugs to all US citizens
c. Improve public health and safety
Know how to tell if they are valid or not
True or False: Patient identification is required before release of Schedule II, III, IV, or V is allowed.
True of False: C-II prescriptions may be placed by telephone order.
True or False: C-II prescriptions shall not be refilled.
True or False: Schedule III, IV, or V prescriptions may be refilled for up to one year.
True or False: A telephone order for a new therapy for an opiate listed in Schedule III, IV, or V shall not exceed a 10 day supply, based on the directions for use.
True or False: Telephone orders for Schedule III, IV, or V may not be refilled.
What is the New Mexico Board of Pharmacy frequency requirement for controlled substance inventory?
a. at least annually
b. every two years
c. annually on May 1st
d. running real time inventory