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Preparation Quiz

  1. Based on the following product verification information, how many of bottles of IV nitroglycerin should be dispensed at this time?

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    1. 1 bottle

    2. 200 mcg/mL

    3. 2 bottles

    4. No bottles

  2. You identity a medication-related problem with a medication order at order verification. You call the doctor and do not verify that order. A labeled medication related to that problem order is presented to you for product verification. Select one best option for product dispensing verification.

    1. No, return to stock since a medication-related problem was identified in the order.

    2. No, the chemical entity of the medication pulled or premixed product is wrong.

    3. No, the medication does not need to be sent at this time.

    4. No, the medication pulled or premixed product is expired.

    5. Yes, the product may be dispensed, there are no errors.

  3. A labeled medication is presented to you for product verification. Based on this product verification format, which type of product are you dispensing?

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    Reproduced with permission from Jennie Wilson.

    1. Unit dose medication

    2. Premade intravenous (IV) medication

    3. Admixed intravenous (IV) medication

  4. A labeled medication is presented to you for product verification. Based on this product verification format, which type of product are you dispensing?

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    1. Unit dose medication

    2. Premade intravenous (IV) medication

    3. Admixed intravenous (IV) medication

  5. Which of the following fields would you compare to assure that your order has been placed on the correct patient?

    1. Patient Name

    2. Medical Record Number

    3. Allergies

    4. Clinical Scenario

    5. Ordering Provider

  6. Which of the following products is expired? Assume today’s date is 9/30/19.

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      Reproduced with permission from Jennie Wilson.

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      Reproduced with permission from Jennie Wilson.

  7. According to the vancomycin order (see IV Admix Example from the Hospital E&O Introduction Order Set), which of the following is the “diluent used” for this admixed intravenous (IV) medication?

    1. Vancomycin hydrochloride for injection

    2. Sterile water for Injection

    3. 0.9% sodium chloride

    4. Vancomycin HCL for injection

    5. 0.45% Sodium chloride

  8. According to the vancomycin order (See IV Admix Example from the Hospital E&O Introduction Order Set), which of the following is the “solution” for this admixed intravenous (IV) medication?

    1. Vancomycin hydrochloride for injection

    2. Sterile water for injection

    3. 0.9% sodium chloride

    4. Vancomycin HCL for injection

    5. 0.45% sodium chloride

  9. According to the vancomycin order (see IV Admix Example from the Hospital E&O Introduction Order Set), what is the “ordered dose” of vancomycin?

    1. 1500 mg

    2. 350 mL/hr

    3. 530 mL

    4. 5g/100 mL vial

    5. 100 mL

  10. According to the medication management policy at HPU SOP Hospital, which of the following explains why this label and medication presented for verification may be dispensed (ie, there are no errors)?

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    1. Brand name only

    2. Substitution allowed

    3. Dispense as written

    4. Formulary substitution

    5. Exact chemical equivalent

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