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These drugs are used as a sedative, hypnotic, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant, and amnesic

Benzodiazepines

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These drugs stimulate the pancreas to secrete insulin, used to treat Type II Diabetes

Sulfonylureas

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Used to track and trend medication errors or adverse drug reactions

Med Marx

4

How long should 70% alcohol remain on the surface of a laminar airflow hood before compounding sterile preparations

For at least 30 seconds

5

These are used to lower blood pressure; have the suffix --sartan

Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARB)

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Lowers blood pressure by transferring the salt and water in one's blood to urine

Loop diuretics

7

DAW

Dispense As Written

8

Calculation for converting Celsius to F

9C=5F-160

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What happens when an alpha-2adrenergic receptor agonist is administered with as calcium blocker

It causes an increased risk of bradycardia

10

Used to provide information about the medications storage requirements, food requirements, and administration times

Auxiliary labels

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ARBs, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, hormone contraceptives, and ACE inhibitors

These drug classes are classified with a pregnancy category X

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This abbreviation means delayed response

DR

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This abbreviation means: drops

gtts

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This abbreviation means: Right eye

OD

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This abbreviation means: left eye

OS

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This abbreviation means: while awake

WA

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Who is responsible for obtaining a prior authorization from the insurance carrier

Physician

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When is a prior authorization and formulary override necessary?

When a restricted formulary is used

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Provides information on selected investigational and veterinary drugs, vitamins, etc.

Martindale's The Complete Drug Reference

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Identifies third-party prescription insurance plans

BIN (Bank identification Number)

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This suffix is for ARB generic drugs

-sartan

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This suffix is for ACE inhibitors

-pril

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This suffix is for HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors

-statin

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This suffix is for PDE 5 inhibitors

-afil

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Responsible for the development of the pharmacy technician initiative; provides continuing education, develops official professional policies, establish standards for PT programs, and accredits training programs for pharmacy technicians

American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists

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Focuses on advancing patient care by improving medication use

The American Pharmacists Association

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Focuses on establishing pharmacist education standards

The Accrediting Council of Pharmacy Education

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Why are medications assigned Lot numbers?

In order to identify a specific medication batch, the lot number can be used when a drug needs to be recalled due to an error with that specific batch

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Reviews the following information: When performing a drug utilization report (DUE report), it checks: drug overutilizaiton, allergy problems, underutilization, drug-drug interactions, drug-disease contradictions, clinical abuse or misuse, incorrect doses, incorrect duration of drug treatment, and therapeutic duplication

Pharmacy Operating System

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Online rejection code 26

The unit of measure is missing/invalid

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Online rejection code 54

The NDC number does not match

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Online rejection code 60

The drug is not covered for the patient which means that they insurance formulary needs to be checked to find a drug that is covered

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What does the insurance company use to verify if a drug is covered on a formulary

Medication prescribed

34

These slow down the heart rate and reduce the force at which blood is pumped around your body

Betablockers

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Prepared within a clean room environment using non-sterile ingredients

High risk compounded sterile products

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Prepared using an aseptic technique that is not in a clean room environment

Immediate use compounded sterile product

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Glass container that requires its elongated neck to be broken off

Ampule

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Glass or plastic container manufactured with rubber stoppers

Vial

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Sharpened piece of plastic inserted into an IV bag

Spike

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Antagonize the enzymes required for DNA synthesis; shouldn't be administered to pregnant women; antacids interfere with their absorption; treats sinusitis, bronchitis, and some UTIs

Quinolones

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Online rejection code 9

Check the patient's date of birth

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How should a prescription and prescription label be compared

By 2 people during the prescription filling process

43

Automation that reads a patient's medication record, pulls appropriate medication and packages the medication to be delivered to the appropriate floor

Robot-Rx

44

Should be avoided when taking warfarin

Aspirin

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List of drugs that a prescription plan has approved for reimbursement; used by managed care organizations in order to control prescription costs

Formulary

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Group of providers and hospitals used to reduce health care costs

Managed Care

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Providers that are approved for use buy the insurance companies

Network

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Drug class used to treat hypertension, myocardial infarction and stroke prevention

Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs)

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A popular drug to use in the treatment of diabetes because it does not cause hyperglycemia

Metformin

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Responsible for discussing pharmacy trends and issues

The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy

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Allows the physician to order medication and allows them to communicate with the pharmacy to other clinical areas

Computerized physician order entry

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Maintains records of administration; shows who administered a medicine, who received it, name and dose of medicine & date and time it was given

Electronic Medication Administration (eMAR)

53

Co-payment

Required to pay a portion of drug expense

54

What color is a chemotherapy shapes container?

Yellow; a standard sharps container is yellow

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This drug recall class is when adverse events are not probable

Class III

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How and why should a counting tray be cleaned?

It should be cleaned with alcohol, to avoid cross-contamination

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What should a technician do if a patient wants an EZ open cap?

Have him state that on the back of his prescription and sign it

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Treats pain, inflammation, and fever (ibuprofen, naproxen, celecoxib)

Non-steriodal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

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Database that contains information that is submitted to the FDA

FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS)