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Brand name given to a drug by its manufacturer

Trade name

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Drug not protected by a trademark but regulated by the FDA

Generic name

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Drug that does not require a prescription, non legend drug:

Over the counter
OTC

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Purity

Standard that specifies the type or concentration

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Potency

Concentration of active ingredients in a medication

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Quality

Condition of ensuring that each time a medication is taken as ordered or In compliance with the manufacturers directions, it meets the same drug standards

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Efficacy

Ability of a drug to produce the desired chemical change in the body

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Placebo

Medication with no pharmacologic or therapeutic effect that is used to satisfy a patients psychologic need for medication

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Who controls prescriptions

DEA & FDA

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Who regulates the development of drugs

FDA

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Who oversees responsibility for purity, safety, identity and strength of meds:

FDA

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What do the letters FDA represent

Food and drug administration

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What department is the FDA a division of

Department of health and human services

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What do the letters DEA represent

Drug enforcement agencies

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What is the DEA's function as related to pharmacology

Regulates and enforces the manufacturing of dangerous and potentially abusive drugs

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What do the letters BNDD

Bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs

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What is the BNDD's function

Register all persons who manufacture, dispense, prescribe, & administer any controlled substances

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What do the letters USP represent

U.S. pharmacopoeia

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What is the purpose of the USP

Book that contains official standards to which a drug was manufactured

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Investigational new drug testing is completed on

Animals

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Preclinical testing is done/completed on

Animals

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What records must a physician keep when using drugs on the DEA scheduled list

(1) log of scheduled drugs on hand and dispensed
(2) copies of suppliers invoice as a receipt for the drug
(3) DEA / BNDD registration #

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Are drug standards the same everywhere in the world

No

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Are over the counter drugs regulated, if so by who

Yes, FDA

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Name of first act to address narcotics

Harrison narcotic act or federal narcotic act of 1914

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NF

National formulary

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What is the function of the NF

Branch that approves the national formulary

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What agency follows the potential for abusive drugs

DEA

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Describe how controlled substances should be handled in the office

Keep separate & securely locked, double locked for opiates.
Stocks should be minimal.
Inventory controlled substances every 2yrs.
Notify DEA if theft occurs.
Must surrender expired meds to DEA.

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What type of drugs must the physician have permission to dispose of

Scheduled & non-scheduled drugs

( out dated controlled substances )

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Responsibilities of physicians office related to drug samples

Can accept on Dr's discretion, can't be sold, Dr must sign, only Dr can sign, must be packaged, kept locked, document samples given to patients on their charts, dispose of unused samples properly, can't give back to drug rep, can't use outdated samples, can't repackage, report abuse of coworker, don't allow to leave any meds they want, must be approved

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Schedule 1

Highest potential for abuse-not prescribed

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Schedule 2

Highest potential for abuse. Rx only. No refills.

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Schedule 3

Moderate potential for abuse. Rx only. 5 refills within 6 months

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Schedule 4

Lower potential for abuse Rx only 5 refills within 6 months

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Schedule 5

Lowest, over the counter

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Will drugs always stay on same schedule

No

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211 drugs for potential abuse under what act

Comprehensive drug abuse and control act of 1970