PTCB Test

  1. You have recieved a script that reads 2gtt OU BID.



    C.
  2. What would 25 degrees celcius be in farenhiet?



    B.
  3. A 14 year old boy is 5'2 and wights 110 lbs. He's precribed by his doctor to take 5mg/Kg of drug "A" daily. What will his dose be?



    C.
  4. What is C C X L equal to?



    C.
  5. Mrs. McTarnahan is picking up an order of drug "T" #100 tab. which costs her $122.00. While you're ringing up her order, she asks "How much does each tablet cost?" What is she being charged for each tablet?
    $1.22
  6. A script for Zolpidem will expire after ______ and may have up to _____ refills.



    A.
  7. A script for cough syrup reads 15ml PO Q4 PRN. What should you type on the patients packaging?



    C.
  8. Which is not true about HIPAA?



    B.
  9. A pharmacy can order DEA Sch. 3 drugs from their wholesaler:



    A.
  10. With which class of FDA recall is there a potential for serious injury or death?



    D.
  11. An 8 year old boy weights 75 lbs. The adult dosage of Drug C is 400 mg. The child's dosage using Clarks rule is:



    B.
  12. Dr. G. Acosta has a practice in Delaware and recieved her DEA number in 1988. What will the two letter in her DEA number prefix be?



    C.
  13. Which size of needle has the largest diameter?



    B.
  14. What isthe primary function/use for Rosiglitazone?



    C.
  15. A __________ distributes HEPA filtered air into a work area to maintain a sterile environment.



    C.
  16. How many tablespoons are in 16 oz.?



    C.
  17. A patient weights 218 lbs. What is their weight in Kg?



    D.
  18. What regulatory agency would be responsible for the approval of a new anti-anxiety drug similar to diazepam?



    B.
  19. What concentration of a sodium chloride solution would be Hypertonic?



    B.
  20. Which type of insulin has the shortest onset period?



    B.
  21. Dr. Dalk has a dental practice in Smiley, Texas. What should the final number be in his DEA number given the first 8 characters of AD380410?



    D.
  22. Benazepril is classified as a :



    D.
  23. You receie a prescription that reads: Restoril 15 mg PRN HS #30. What instructions will likely appear on the customers packaging?



    A.
  24. You receive a prescription for 15 g of a topical steroid cream containing a 12% concentration. Your pharmacy only has 10% and 15% concentrations. How much of each can you combine to fill this prescription?



    B.
  25. Your pharmacy has a 40% markup and %1.75 dispensing fee. The wholesale price for 10 slidenafil is $120.00, what will the retail price be?



    D.
  26. Which of these drugs is a beta blocker?



    C.
  27. A preparation consisting of solid particles dispersed throughout a liquid is called:



    C.
  28. The reference list of approved drug products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations published by the FDA is called:



    c. MSDS Sheets
    B.
  29. The drug Loraepam is a:



    D.
  30. The Sig for "right ear" is:



    A.
  31. To prepare a prescription you need to measure 2.75 oz. You have the following graduated cylinders available. which would be the best cylinder to use for accuracy?



    B.
  32. Custom mixing of drugs from vaious available products to fit the unique needs of a patient is known as:



    A.
  33. Which is incorrect?



    C.
  34. A patient is allergic to alcohol. Which of the following should they not use?



    B.
  35. 00006-0951-54 is the NDC code for losartan 25mg #90. What does the middle series of numbers 0951 represent?



    D.
  36. A drug patent gives its inventor the exclusive rights to maufacture and market a drug. The patent lasts _____ years, and that period begins ______.



    A.
  37. Mr. Tee is a customer at your retail pharmacy. He has prescription drug coverage though his emplyer. When he picks up his prescription he must pay a portion of the price known as _________.



    D.
  38. Which of these temperatures would be within controlled/room temperature standards?



    A.
  39. A physician orders an IV drip of a mixture at a rate of 25ml/hr for 20/hr. What volume of fluid will be needed?



    B.
  40. How many teaspoons are in one ounce?



    B.
  41. You receive a prescription with the sig: Amoxil 500mg 1 tab PO TID X10D. How many tablets are needed to fill this order?



    A.
  42. You receive a prescription with the sig: Amoxil 500mg 1 tab PO TID X10D. Which of these is most likely their condition



    D.
  43. Which form of Diabetes is insulin dependent?



    B.
  44. Which FDA recall is the least severe?



    B.
  45. The acronym APAP is used for



    C.
  46. A dosage form that dissolves when held between the cheek and gun is called a:



    C.
  47. Which of the following must be used to clean a laminar flow hood?



    C.
  48. The abbr. PC means:



    A.
  49. Generic drugs can be substituted for Brand name drugs:



    D.
  50. Your store retails a 30 ct. bottle of ibuprofen for $1.99. The wholesale cost to the store is $1.00. What is the markup percent?



    D.
  51. A ________ protects a drugs brand name from unauthorized use.



    D.
  52. Which DEA Sch. contains drugs that have very high abuse potential and are not usually used as medication?



    B.
  53. Which is a solution that has been sweetened for better ease of use?



    A.
  54. Which would not be a violation of HIPAA?



    A.
  55. Which meication is exempt from the PPPA locking cap requirements?



    D.
Author
lacythecoolest
ID
122021
Card Set
PTCB Test
Description
68Q
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