2.6. Test 2. (What did you learn?)


 

        1. One of the purposes of the drug is to prevent or treat disease or illness.

True or False.

 

2. When is a local action of the drug occurs:

a)       When the drug enters the bloodstream.

b)      When the drug is absorbed.

c)       When the drug applied directly to tissue or organ.

d)      When the drug is injected.

 

3. Prescribed medications may include controlled/scheduled, non/controlled/scheduled and or over the counter (OTC) medications.

True or False.

 

4. OTC medications required a licensed practitioner’s order and not required a prescription.

True or False.

 

5. Controlled/scheduled medications. (Choose all that apply).

a)       kept under double lock and key.

b)      counted at minimum daily.

c)       subject to restriction with potential for addiction.

d)      not regulated by DEA.

 

6. Non-licensed personnel will be responsible for educating themselves on medication prior to administration.

True or False.

 

7. Medication Allergy (choose all that apply).

a)       A reaction occurring as the result of unusual sensitivity to a medication or other substance;

b)      Maybe a mild or life-threatening situation.

c)       May include rashes, swelling, itching, significant discomfort or an undesirable change in mental status, which should be reported to the physician.

d)      Nothing to worry about will go away by itself.

 

8. Side Effects are a natural consequence of the chemical reactions that take place between the drug and the body, adverse effects are considered very harmful and dangerous for the patients.

True or False.

 

9. Antibiotics common use:

a)      Infections cause by bacteria. Not use for viral infections.

b)      To stop diarrhea.

c)      Depression.

d)      Flu, or cold infections.

 

10. Anticoagulant/Antiplatelet medications are:

a)      Tegedrol.

b)      Tylenol.

c)      Coumadin.

d)      Vitamin K.