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Chapter 18

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Chain community pharmacies are the largest segment of the retail pharmacy market, but what kind of pharmacy is the fastest growing? Mail order pharmacy.
Home care providers care in a patient's home that might otherwise be provided where? In an institutional setting or a physician's office.
What's the fastest growing area of health care? Home infusion.
What are some primary providers of home care services? Home care agencies, home infusion pharmacies, and hospitals.
What are primary therapies provided by home infusion services? Antibiotic therapy, parenteral nutrition, pain management, and chemotherapy.
Nuclear pharmacies are specially licensed and regulated pharmacies that do what? Prepare radioactive materials called radiopharmaceuticals that are used for diagnosis as well as treatment of diseases.
Nuclear pharmacies are usually located for what? Easy access to hospitals and clinics where most of the diagnostic testing takes place.
Chapter <800> will be implemented July 1, 2018, that complements chapters <795> and <797> and provides what? Standards for handling hazardous drugs.
Pharmacists and PTs who work with radiopharmaceuticals are required to wear what? Badges that monitor radiation exposure.
What are some boards and organizations that regulate and oversee compounding pharmacies? State boards of pharmacy, FDA, DEA, USP <795>, <797>, and <800>, and the Pharmacy Accreditation Board (PCAB).
Created by: Ms.little1