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Flashcards in Medication Order Entry Fill Process Deck (27):
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Inscription

Name of Medication

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Superscription

Rx Symbol

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Subscription

Pharmacist How To Compound Prescription

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Sig

Directions for taking medicine

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Number 1 on card

Cardholder

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Number 2 on the card

Spouse

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Number 3 on the card

Dependent

8

Dispense as written codes

0
No product selected

9

Dispense code 1

Substitution not allowed by provider

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Dispense code 2

patient requested product dispensed

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Dispense code 3


Pharmacist select product dispensed

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Dispense code 4

Generic drug not in stock

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Dispense code 5

Brand drug dispense as generic

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Dispense code 6

Override

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Dispense code 7

Brand name mandated by law

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Dispense code 8

Generic Drug not available in marketplace

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Unit Dose system

A system that provides a medication in its final unit of use.

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Modified unit dose system

A drug distribution system that combines unit dose medications

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Blended Unit Dose system

Combines a unit dose system with a non unit dose system.

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Round Vials

Used for solid dosage
Capsules or tablets

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Wide Mouth Bottles

Used for bulk powders or large capsules

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Dropper Bottles

Nasal, oral liquids , to be given by drops

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Applicator Bottles

Applying liquid medications to wounds or skin care

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Ointment jars and collapsible tubes

Semisolid dosage forms

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Hinged-lid or slide boxes

Dispensing suppositories and powders

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ASHP

American Society Health System Pharmacists

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APhA

American Pharmacist Association