Medication Order Entry and Fill Process

Nov 3rd, 2020

Welcome to your Medication Order Entry and Fill Process

1. Which of these pharmacy abbreviations means “as needed”?
2. What value is assigned to the following Roman numeral: CXXXIX?
3. It a patient is diagnosed with a “splenomegaly”, what can we say about the patient’s condition, even if we do not know what the condition is?
4. Translate the following prescription details: iii tabs po ac bid x 5d
5. The medical prefix, brady-, is used to denote which of the following?
6. A prescription reads: ii gtts ou qid ud. How must the drug be administered to the patient?
7. Which of the following is an example of an auxiliary label?
8. Which part of the NDC code refers to the manufacturer?
9. Which of these books is used to reference insurance or third-party pricing?
10. A medicine with an expiration date of 09/2020 expires on which date?
11. Which DAW code represents “Substitution Allowed: Patient Requested that Brand Product Be Dispensed”?
12. Which of the following books is mandated to be present in every pharmacy?
13. One of the ways to identify a fake prescription is to spot an incorrect or invalid DEA number. Which of these letters, when used as the first digit of the number, indicate that the DEA is invalid?
14. Prescriptions for _______________ drugs must be accompanied by the DEA number of the prescriber.
15. A “shake well” auxiliary label is appropriate when dispensing drugs with which kind of dosage form?
16. Which of the following Roman numerals is an invalid number?
17. If a prescription is a controlled drug and found within Schedules III through V, what is the maximum number of permitted refills?
18. A pharmacy technician notes that the names on the prescriptions do not match. One of the letters is different. How should the technician react?
19. Expired drugs pose a hazard to the patient. Fanconi syndrome may result if a patient takes which of the following expired drugs?
20. How many tablets should be dispensed to a patient who receives the following prescription: iii caps ud q12h x 7d
21. What is the maximum number of refills for non-controlled drugs?
22. Which of the following statements is false regarding controlled drug prescription orders?
23. Which of the following prescription terms refers to instructions given to the pharmacist, for example, specifying whether a generic drug may be substituted for a branded equivalent?
24. Which of the following pharmacy terms refers to “oral administration”?
25. What does the pharmacy term, gtt, refer to?
26. Which of the following patient relationship codes should be selected for a patient that is the spouse of the primary cardholder when billing third-party providers?
27. Medicines are stored in amber containers to protect the medicine from which of the following?
28. Which of the following details must be included on a label for a sterile medicine?
29. Which of the following medicines are not required to have child resistant packaging, as otherwise obliged by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act, 1970?
30. For a non-controlled substance prescription drug, for how long is the prescription valid from the date of issue?
31. Which of the following prescription terms refers to the medication ordered?
32. Which of the following prescription terms refers to the directions for use?
33. Which of the following is the final step where the pharmacy is authorized to dispense the medicine?
34. Which of these books contains physical characteristics of different drugs and recipes?
35. When pulling up a patient profile to commence entering a prescription, which of the following protocols should be followed?
36. Which of the following controlled substance classes is NOT permitted to have refills?
37. What does the pharmacy abbreviation pc mean?
38. Which of these FDA recalls is the least serious, meaning that the drug is unlikely to cause adverse health consequences?
39. Interpret the following prescription: i pr hs
40. Which of the following pharmacy books is used to identify products that are therapeutically equivalent?