PTCB Drug Test #3
Which of the following is not a type of formulary?
Perpetual is a term used for inventory that reflects exactly what is on hand at any particular time. Open formulary has no limitation; closed have a solid list of medication; restricted a hybrid of both.
Tylenol's active ingredient is
The active ingredient of Tylenol, a pain and fever-relieving medication, is acetaminophen.
It's mixed with the cough suppressant codeine in some formulations.
Keppra's active ingredient is
Keppra contains the active component levetiracetam, which is used to treat seizures.
A beyond use date would be found on which type of label?
Beyond use date are given by the pharmacy, and are found on unit dose label because these medications are repacked from a bulk container unto a unit dose form.
Which of these medications contains ciprofloxacin, the active ingredient?
Ciprofloxacin is the active ingredient in Cipro and Proquin antibiotics.
The active ingredient in Levaquin is levofloxacin.
Fluoroquinolone antibacterial medicines include both of these medications.
NovoLog, what is the active ingredient in the medicine?
Insulin aspart is the active ingredient in NovoLog, a diabetes treatment medication.
Which of these drugs contains the active component phenazopyridine?
Pyridium contains the active component phenazopyridine, which is used to reduce pain in individuals with urinary tract infections.
What exactly is the active ingredient in Viagra?
The active ingredient in the drug Viagra is sildenafil, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction.
After taking sildenafil, the average erection time is 27 minutes.
Sildenafil works by inhibiting the enzyme phosphodiesterase type 5.
Eliquis, what is the active ingredient in the medicine?
Eliquis contains the active component apixaban, which is an anticoagulant medication.
When a patient has more than one insurance, what must be done to determine who shall provide the maximum coverage for the patient?
A coordination of benefits determine the primary and secondary coverage type and then submits claim to insurance. Plan limitation is used to control drug use; Reject claim are reasons why a claim can’t be processed; Fee for service is a set fee paid for each type of service performed.
Aceon, what is the active ingredient in the medicine?
Aceon's active ingredient is perindopril, which is an ACE inhibitor.
AcipHex, what is the active ingredient in the medicine?
Rabeprazole, the active ingredient in AcipHex, is a proton-pump inhibitor (thus the suffix -prazole!).
What is the medicine's active ingredient, Herceptin?
Trastuzumab is the active ingredient in the pharmaceutical Herceptin, and it is used to treat a kind of breast cancer known as HER2-positive breast cancer.
Rayos, what is the active ingredient in the medicine?
Rayos contains the corticosteroid medication prednisone as its active component.
Which of the following identifies medications that may cause problems if taken simultaneously?
Drug to drug interaction identifies medications that may cause adverse effects if taken together. Drug to food identifies medications and food that may cause problems if taken together; Drug to allergy cross checks patient records to identify drug allergies; Drug to disease identifies drugs that may cause problems with patient’s medical conditions.
Which of the following terms assumes the cost at the earliest purchase of goods is the first to be recognized as the cost of the goods sold?
First in, first out assumes the cost at the earliest purchase of goods. Turnover rate is a ratio that measures the number of times on average the inventory sold during a period; Lower of cost inventory is slated at the lower of cost or market; Last in, first out assumes that the cost of the latest unit purchased are the first to be allocated to cost of goods sold.