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liquid
11-29-2006, 05:12 PM
I came across this quiz on this website http://www.quicktestprep.com/freepreview.html . Here are few q's and a's, hope it helps atleast few of you as most of them must have already left to the exam venue. I copied the answers also, so u can just browse thro' it.

All the best
Liquid

1. When will a drug expire if the stock bottle states that the expiration date is 7/2000?
midnight 7-31-2000
midnight 6-30-2000
noon 7-1-2000
noon 8-1-2000

The expiration month marked on a stock bottle indicates the expiration date to be after the last day of that month.

2. A drug was recalled because some patients died from liver failure while on the medication. What type of recall was it?
class 1
class 2
class 3
class 4
There are 3 classes of recalls. 1. Strong probability of causing serious adverse effects or death. 2. Temporary but reversible adverse effects or low probability of serious adverse effects. 3. Unlikely to cause adverse effects.

3. Which of the following is not a mandatory component of a retail pharmacy prescription label?
pharmacy name
expiration date
physician name
date filled
All prescription drug labels have to have the name and address of the pharmacy, name of physician, name of patient, date filled, prescription number, directions for use and cautionary statements.

4. The 1st 5 digits of a NDC number represents?
manufacturer
drug name
drug strength
package size
The first 5 digits indicate the manufacturer. The next 4 digits indicate the drug name, strength and dosage form. The last 2 digits indicate the package size.

5. How do therapeutically equivalent generics compare to brand name medication?
same active ingredient and different therapeutic effects
different active ingredient and same therapeutic effects
same active ingredient and same therapeutic effects
different active ingredient and different therapeutic effects
Therapeutically equivalent generics have to have the same active ingredients and the same therapeutic effects.

6. Which of the following is not a NSAID?
oxaprozin
diclofenac
Motrin
pentazosine
Pentazosine or Talwin is a narcotic analgesic. Oxaprozin, diclofenac and Motrin are NSAIDS.

7. Which law created the DEA?
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. FDC.
1970 Controlled Substances Act. CSA.
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. OBRA.
1997 FDA Modernization Act.
FDC requires new drugs to prove safe before marketing. OBRA requires pharmacists to counsel Medicaid patients. FDA Modernization Act changed legend requirement to, "Rx only," by Feb 2003. The CSA established the DEA.

8. CII prescription records are required to be kept for how many years by the DEA?
2
3
4
5
The DEA, DPS, and TSBP require prescription records be kept for 2 yrs. Medicaid and Medicare require records to be kept for 3 yrs. However, criminal statute of limitations is 5 yrs. Therefore, pharmacies should keep records for 5 yrs.

9. A doctor's DEA number is AB1212125. Is this a valid DEA number?
No. This is an intern.
Yes. This number validates
No. This number doesn't validate
No. This doctor is an optometrist
The sum of the 1st, 3rd and 5th digits is added to twice the sum of the 2nd, 4th, and 6th digits. The last digit of the result should be the same as the last digit of the DEA number.

10. Which of the following is not a CII?
amphetamine
oxycodone
oxycodone with acetaminophen
pentazosine
Pentazosine is a C IV. Amphetamine, oxycodone and oxycodone with acetaminophen are CIIs.

bva
11-29-2006, 05:18 PM
Dear Liquid,

THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH. They are great!

lite
11-29-2006, 05:48 PM
2. A drug was recalled because some patients died from liver failure while on the medication. What type of recall was it?
class 1
class 2
class 3
class 4
There are 3 classes of recalls. 1. Strong probability of causing serious adverse effects or death. 2. Temporary but reversible adverse effects or low probability of serious adverse effects. 3. Unlikely to cause adverse effects.


thanks liquid .. but what`s the answer ?:(
& what`s class 4 for ?:rolleyes:

colu
11-29-2006, 06:15 PM
hi lite, in your question answer is class 1 recall. and i am also eager to know that what is class 4 recall.

liquid
11-29-2006, 06:27 PM
hey colu what i understood as per the explanation was that there are only 3 kinds of recall


hi lite, in your question answer is class 1 recall. and i am also eager to know that what is class 4 recall.

liquid
11-29-2006, 06:29 PM
the answer and explanation are in bold below each question, and now i marked the right choice red.
all the best


2. A drug was recalled because some patients died from liver failure while on the medication. What type of recall was it?
class 1
class 2
class 3
class 4
There are 3 classes of recalls. 1. Strong probability of causing serious adverse effects or death. 2. Temporary but reversible adverse effects or low probability of serious adverse effects. 3. Unlikely to cause adverse effects.


thanks liquid .. but what`s the answer ?:(
& what`s class 4 for ?:rolleyes:

monaellakany
11-29-2006, 08:06 PM
thank u liquid