Module 4: Part 2

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True or False: Topical dosage forms are applied to skin surfaces to treat dermatological disorders.

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Ointment

It refers to semi-solid preparations of medicinal substances in petroleum, greasy, and not water-removable.

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Cream

It is usually white, not generally greasy, semi-solid, and can be removed with water.

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Paste

It is similar to ointment but contains a higher powder content.

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Lotion

It may be a clear solution, suspension, or emulsion and is best used for protection, astringent, cleansing, and antipruritic, and is more appropriate for its feature of easy penetration on the skin.

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Gel/Jelly

It refers to a usually clear/translucent topical medication that is semi-solid but liquefies upon application to the skin.

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Aerosol foam

It refers to a topical medication that spreads the drug over wide, hairy areas of the body.

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Aerosol spray

It is applied through an atomizer and deposits thin liquid to powder film on areas where the manual application would be painful. (E.g. burns)

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Powder

This topical drug can be shaken or blown onto the affected area to promote drying.

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Oil

This topical drug is liquid and not water-soluble.

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Tape

This topical drug is uniformly released and may have a splitting action on the area of application. (E.g. Salonpas)

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Standing order

Identify the category of drug order based on the example.

Amoxicillin 500mg, IV q 6h

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PRN (Pro Re Nata)

Identify the category of drug order based on the example.

Paracetamol 325mg Tab, 1 tab q4h for temp = 38 or higher

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Self Terminating/Limiting

Identify the category of drug order based on the example.

Ferrous sulfate 1 tab OD x 30 days

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One-Time or Single-Dose

Identify the category of drug order based on the example.

Methergine 100mg IM after placental delivery.

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STAT order

Identify the category of drug order based on the example.

Diazepam 5mg IM at deltoid now.

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True

True or False: All STAT orders are considered single-dose but not all single-dose orders are considered STAT orders.

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False

True or False: The larger the gauge, the larger the size of the lumen.

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Gauge

This refers to the diameter of the needle; size of its actual opening.

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Inches

The length of a needle is usually expressed in __.

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Luer Lock

It refers to a screw type lock that secures the needle more.

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Luer Slip

It is used for removing the needle by simply pulling out the rest of the syringe.

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To maintain sterility

Why are plastic syringes preferred over those made of glass?

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Tuberculin syringe

This type of syringe has fractions of 0.1, 0.2, and so forth.

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Insulin syringe

This type of syringe is measured in units instead of mL.

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1mL

Both tuberculin and insulin syringes have a capacity of __.

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Addition

The response elicited by combined drugs is equal to the combined response of the individual drugs.

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Synergism

The response elicited by combined drugs is greater than the combined responses of the individual drugs.

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Potentiation

In this drug interaction, a drug that has no effect enhances the effect of a second drug.

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Antagonism

In this drug interaction, a drug inhibits the effect of another drug.

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