Sterile/Non-Sterile Compounding Quiz 2 - PTCB Test Prep

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Sterile/Non-Sterile Compounding Quiz 2

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1. A pharmacy technician is compounding with an IV bag in a laminar flow hood. In which direction should the IV injection port be positioned?
2. Which of the following is an example of a sterile product?
3. In the absence of other data, how long (according to USP 795) is the beyond-use date of solids and non-aqueous liquids prepared from commercially available dosage forms?
4. For how long must employees wash their hands and forearms before preparing to compound sterile products?
5. Which of the following alcohols is referred to as Alcohol USP?
6. Which of the following dosage forms may be prepared using the “punch” method?
7. In which of the following zones are sterile products prepared?
8. What term is used to describe the phenomenon in which two liquids mix equally with one another, without phase separation?
9. According to USP 795, what type of water should be used when compounding non-sterile drug preparations?
10. Hand hygiene, garbing, order entry, and product labelling are activities that must be performed in which of the following areas (USP 797)?
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