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|Genre/Form:||Problems and exercises
Problems, exercises, etc
Problems and Exercises
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mary E Mohr
|Description:||xiii, 207 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||Communicating with patients and healthcare professionals. Communication scenarios. Examining the prescription for completeness. Gathering information for patient profile --
Data entry of prescriptions. Drug interactions. Prescription transfer. Refill authorization. Third-party billing --
Filling and labeling the prescription. Check dosage : pediatric or adult. Check label three times. Check expiration date. Auxiliary labels. Organizing materials for final check --
Nonprescription drugs. OTC products and categories. Technician initiatives with OTC products. Role-playing scenarios with OTC customers --
Medication orders --
Inpatient. Reading and evaluating. Manual cart fills. Automated dispensing systems --
Pharmacy operations directed by pharmacy laws. Pre- and post-lab questions. Hands on exercises utilizing pharmacy laws --
Moral and ethical decisions in pharmacy practice. Pre- and post-lab questions. Hands on exercises involving moral and ethical decision-making --
Medication errors and pharmacy law. Pre- and post-lab questions. Hands on exercises demonstrating medication errors and their legal implications --
Confidentiality issues in pharmacy practice. Pre-and post-lab questions. Hands on exercises demonstrating confidentiality issues in pharmacy practice --
Prescription balances : extemporaneous torsion and electronic compounds. Leveling and calibration. Prescription weights. Weighing technique. Weighing exercises. Dry powders for external use. Methods for reducing particle size. Blending powders. Dilution methods for combining unequal amounts of powders. Packaging and labeling powders --
Capsules. Capsule size and capacity. Procedure for filling capsules. Weighing filled capsules for quality assurance --
Solutions and syrups. Topical solutions. Oral solutions. Syrups --
Suspensions and lotions. Reconstituting dry powders. Oral suspensions. Topical suspensions. Lotions --
Ointments and creams. Different properties of ointment and cream bases. Adding a liquid to an ointment. Comminution. Levigation. Trituration --
Lip balms and topical application sticks. Molded. Other containers --
Suppositories. Suppository molds. Hand rolled suppositories --
Lozenges. Hand rolled lozenges. Lozi-base lozenges. Hard candy mold lozenges --
Veterinary compounds. Canine topical ointment. Feline oral suspension --
New 797 regulations for IV admixture. Intravenous update of 797 regulations. Pre and post lab questions. Hands on experiences in admixtures. Proper gowning and new IV techniques --
Large volume parenterals --
IV piggybacks and small volume parenterals --
Total parenteral nutrition. Calculation exercises for TPNs --
Chemotherapy admixture. Safety measures. PhaSeal utilization to protect mixer. Hands on chemotherapy exercises --
Technology for IV admixture glove boxes. Intellifill.
|Series Title:||LWW pharmacy technician education series.|
|Responsibility:||Mary E. Mohr.|
- Pharmacy technicians -- Problems, exercises, etc.
- Drugs -- Dosage forms -- Problems, exercises, etc.
- Drug Compounding -- Problems and Exercises.
- Dosage Forms -- Problems and Exercises.
- Pharmaceutical Preparations -- administration & dosage -- Problems and Exercises.
- Pharmacists' Aides -- Problems and Exercises.
- Pharmacy -- methods -- Problems and Exercises.
- Drugs -- Dosage forms.
- Pharmacy technicians.