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Finals Review

Chapter 8, 9, & 10 Test

QuestionAnswer
What is regulated by the individual state boards of pharmacy? Compounding
What are the most common rectal administration dosage forms? Suppositories, solutions and ointments
What are some examples of intranasal formulations? Solutions, suspensions, ointments, and gels
The USP-NF establishes standards of quality, strength, purity, and what for medications? Packaging and labeling
The way in which the body absorbs and distributes drugs varies with what? The route of administration and the dosage form
Who are the two primary regulators in compounding? The FDA, and individual state boards of pharmacy
What is a sterile condition? One which is free of all microorganisms.
Chapter <797> contains requirements for the development and implementation of essential policies and procedures for the safe preparation of what? Compounded sterile preparations
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