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Which of the following opioid analgesics is a transdermal patch? A. Duragesic B. Roxicodone C. Roxicet D. Lortab A. Duragesic
Which of the following is indicated to treat gout? A. Zyloprim B. Kenalog C. Flomax D. Lidoderm A. Zyloprim
Sumatriptan is not available as which of the following dosage forms? A. Nasal spray B. Injection C. Tablets D. Transdermal patch D. Transdermal Patch
Anti-inflammatories are sometimes used during a flare of ulcerative colitis. Which of the following anti-inflammatories might be utilized during a flare? A. Ultram® B. Medrol® C. Duragesic® D. Roxicodone® B. Medrol
Which of the following medications for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is available as a capsule? A. Percocet® B. Flomax® C. Celebrex® D. Mobic® B. Flomax
Which of the following is an indication for allopurinol? A. Urinary tract infection B. Migraine C. Gouty arthritis D. Post-herpetic neuralgia C. Gouty arthritis
A patient has a severe asthma flare during spring allergy season. Which of the following anti-inflammatories indicated for allergic conditions may be prescribed for short-term therapy? A. Prednisone® B. Tramadol® C. Diclofenac® D. Lidocaine® A. Prednisone
What is the available dosage form of celecoxib, often used to treat arthritis pain? A. Tablets B. Injection C. Capsules D. Transdermal patch C. Capsules
Which of the following is an indication for meloxicam? A. Ulcerative colitis flare B. Painful urinary tract infection C. Gout flare D. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis pain D. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis pain
Which of the following NSAIDs is available in liquid and chewable formulations for pediatric usage? A. Celecoxib B. Ibuprofen C. Diclofenac D. Phenazopyridium B. Ibuprofen
All of the following statements are true EXCEPT: A. Imitrex® is available as a nasal spray B. Orapred® is available as an oral solution C. Mobic is available as an injection D. Pyridium® is available as a tablet C. Mobic is available as an injection
Which of the following anti-inflammatories is available as an ophthalmic solution? A. Prednisolone B. Oxycodone C. Tamsulosin D. Diclofenac D. Diclofenac
Which of the following is an incorrect pairing? A. Lidoderm® adhesive patch B. Naprosyn® tablet C. Duragesic® capsule D. Ultram® tablet C. Duragesic capsule
Which of the following is a CII for severe pain treatment? A. Mobic® B. Celebrex® C. MS Contin® D. Voltaren® C. MS Contin
Tamsulosin is available in which of the following dosage forms? A. Capsule B. Ointment C. Injection D. Topical patch A. Capsule
Which of the following anti-inflammatories might be prescribed for a patient with a flare of systemic lupus erythematosus? A. Tramadol B. Prednisone C. Fentanyl D. Phenazopyridine B. Prednisone
Which of the following anti-inflammatories is available as a capsule? A. Oxycodone B. Ibuprofen C. Naproxen D. Celecoxib D. Celecoxib
Which is the available dosage form of Pyridium®? A. Transdermal patch B. Tablet C. Oral solution D. Nasal spray B. Tablet
Which of the following NSAIDS might be prescribed for pain relief of acute gout? A. Allopurinol B. Tramadol C. Naproxen D. Hydrocodone C. Naproxen
All of the following opioid analgesics are indicated for severe pain relief EXCEPT: A. Oxycodone B. Hydrocodone C. Diclofenac D. Morphine C. Diclofenac
What oral medication is indicated for patients with type 2 diabetes to improve glycemic control? A. Januvia™ B. Humalog® C. Humulin® D. Lantus® A. Januvia
What is the available dosage form of Diabeta? A. Oral solution B. Tablet C. Injection D. Cream B. Tablet
KW has recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus, and she is told that she will need medication to help with the condition. What oral antidiabetic medication might be prescribed for KW? A. Lantus® B. Humalog® C. Humulin® D. Glucophage® D. Glucophage
Which of the following might be included in the medication regimen for a non-insulin dependent patient with diabetes? A. Humulin® B. Humalog® C. Januvia® D. Lantus® C. Januvia
Which oral agent might be used in combination with Glucotrol®, Glucophage®, or Humulin® when glycemic control has not been achieved? A. Pioglitazone B. Glipizide C. MetFORMIN D. Insulin A. Pioglitazone
Which oral antidiabetic is available as a sustained-release (XL) dosage form? A. Lantus® B. Glucotrol® C. Levemir® D. Lispro® B. Glucotrol
Which of the following would not be an option for a patient with type 1 insulin-dependent diabetic mellitus? A. Novolog® B. Humalog® C. Micronase® D. Lantus® C. Micronase
What type of insulin is available in mixes of 75/25 and 50/50 (suspension/solution)? A. Lantus® B. Humalog® C. Novolog® D. Humulin® B. Humalog
Which of the following antidiabetic medications might be seen in the patient profile of a patient with type 1 or type 2 diabetes? A. Glucotrol® B. Actos® C. Amaryl® D. Lantus® D. Lantus
All of the following are injections EXCEPT: A. Actos® B. Lantus® C. Novolog® D. Levemir® A. Actos
All of the following are oral agents for the treatment of diabetes EXCEPT: A. Glipizide B. Sitagliptin C. Glargine D. MetFORMIN C. Glargine
You have a patient with T2DM that has not received glycemic control with oral therapy and will be started on insulin. Which of the following might you counsel the patient before they leave the clinic? A. Aspart B. Pioglitazone C. Glipizide D. Glyburi A. Aspart
Which of the following is indicated for the treatment of patients with both type I and type 2 diabetes? A. Actos® B. Humalog® C. Amaryl® D. Glucotrol® B. Humalog
LC comes to your pharmacy with a prescription with the following directions: 10 units SQ QHS. What medication was most likely prescribed? A. MetFORMIN B. Glyburide C. Glargine D. Glipizide C. Glargine
Which of the following insulin prescriptions is stored in the refrigerator at your pharmacy? A. Aspart B. Sitagliptin C. Glipizide D. Glyburide A. Aspart
This oral agent for type 2 diabetes is available in both a regular and extended-release dosage form. A. MetFORMIN B. Lantus® C. Humulin® D. Novolog® A. Metformin
A pt presents to your pharmacy and says she needs her “pill for diabetes refilled.” When you look at her patient profile, which of the following medications might the patient be requesting to have filled? A. Levemir® B. Lantus® C. Amaryl® D. Novolog® C. Amaryl
You have been asked to counsel a pt that is afraid of needles but needs to begin insulin for management of diabetes. Which of the following medications might you be providing counseling for this patient? A. MetFORMIN B. Januvia™ C. Amaryl® D. Humuli D. Humulin
Which of the following medications is available in a vial as well as a FlexPen? A. Levemir® B. Januvia™ C. Glucophage® D. Actos® A. Levemir
All of the following are injectable medications EXCEPT: A. Lispro B. Aspart C. Sitagliptin D. Glargine C. Sitagliptin
A physician calls and asks for a recommendation to prescribe to his pt who has a fungal infection. He would like to use a topical ointment if possible. Which of the following would be the best option? A. Macrodantin® B. Diflucan® C. Nystop® D. Valtre C. Nystop
What sulfonamide antibiotic is indicated for treating traveler's diarrhea in adults? A. Flagyl® B. Septra® C. Cipro® D. Zmax™ B. Septra
JM presents to the clinic and is diagnosed with Herpes zoster (shingles). Which of the following is indicated to treat this condition? A. Valtrex® B. Vibra-Tabs® C. Nystop® D. Trimox® A. Valtrex
Which medication, available as a topical cream, would be indicated to be given to a patient with a Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection? A. Valacyclovir B. Nitrofurantoin C. Clotrimazole/betamethasone D. Acyclovir D. Acyclovir
Which of the following cephalosporin antibiotics is indicated to treat sinusitis? A. Omnicef® B. Diflucan® C. Zovirax® D. Flagyl® A. Omnicef
A single dose of a medication is often effective for treating vaginal candidiasis (yeast infections). What medication is indicated for this? A. Septra® B. Diflucan® C. Vibra-Tabs® D. Valtex® B. Diflucan
An antiprotozoal medication is needed to treat a susceptible strain of a trichomoniasis infection. What would be the best treatment option? A. Trimox® B. Valtrex® C. Flagyl® D. Septra® C. Flagyl
Penicillin antibiotics are often prescribed as the first line treatment for skin infections. All of the following are penicillins EXCEPT: A. Trimox® B. Augmentin® C. Pen-Vee K® D. Levaquin® D. Levaquin
Which med is available packaged as 6 tablets that are taken for a 5-day course of therapy? A. Cephalexin B. Azithromycin C. Doxycycline D. Bactrim™ B. Azithromycin
Which of the following is an available dosage form of Plaquenil®? A. Tablet B. Cream C. Injection D. Suppository A. Tablet
Valtrex® is available as which of the following dosage forms? A. Tablet B. Ophthalmic solution C. Otic solution D. Oral solution A. Tablet
A patient presents to the pharmacy with a prescription for Cleocin® from their dentist, as they had an abscess tooth. Which of the following will be dispensed? A. Capsules B. Dental paste C. Oral solution D. Injection A. Capsules
Which of the following antibacterials is often prescribed to treat urinary tract infections? A. Zovirax® B. Diflucan® C. Macrodantin® D. Valtrex® C. Macrodantin
NT comes to your pharmacy and presents a prescription for Nystop®. You have been asked to fill the prescription. Which of the following dosage forms will you use to fill this prescription? A. Cream B. Ophthalmic solution C. Injection D. Capsules A. Cream
Urinary infections require prescription medications. Macrobid® is often prescribed to treat these infections. What is the available dosage form of Macrobid®? A. Suppository B. Capsules C. Vaginal cream D. Oral solution B. Capsules
All of the following antibiotics are available in an injectable dosage form EXCEPT: A. Cipro® B. Levaquin® C. Zithromax® D. Macrodantin® D. Macrodantin
AB has been suffering from shingles (Herpes Zoster). Which of the following medications might be prescribed? A. Macrobid® B. Vibra-Tabs® C. Zovirax® D. Septra® C. Zovirax
A patient goes to the dermatologist regarding a skin rash, and it is determined to be a fungal infection. Which of the following topical products might be prescribed for the patient? A. Nitrofurantoin B. Azithromycin C. Metronidazole D. Nystatin D. Nystatin
Which of the following antibacterial medications is commonly prescribed to treat urinary tract infections? A. Nystatin B. Fluconazole C. Nitrofurantoin D. Valacyclovir C. Nitrofurantoin
The following medication, classified as an antimalarial, is indicated for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis? A. Fluconazole B. Nitrofurantoin C. Acyclovir D. Hydroxoychloroquine D. Hydroxyoychloroquine
Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Maxzide is available in tablet form B. Furosemide is available in tablet form only C. Warfarin is available in injection form only D. Dyazide is available in tablet form A. Maxzide is available in tablet form
MT needs a med to help with her HTN as her latest BP reading was 160/100. An injectable medication is needed. Which of the following might be an option for MT? A. Ramipril B. Olmesartan C. Carvedilol D. Enalapril D. Enalapril
Catapres-TTS® is available in which dosage form? A. Oral B. Transdermal C. Sublingual D. Injectable B. Transdermal
Lanoxicaps® is one available dosage form of which one of the following medications? A. Valsartan B. Lisinopril C. Digoxin D. Carvedilol C. Digoxin
What is the available dosage form of Tricor®, a medication often prescribed to decrease triglyceride levels? A. Injection B. Tablet C. Transdermal patch D. Sublingual tablet B. Tablet
Niacin is indicated for which of the following: A. Decrease blood pressure B. Increase iron levels C. Decrease triglyceride levels D. Increase potassium levels C. Decrease triglyceride levels
Which of the following antihyperlipidemic agents is often combined with an HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor to decrease total cholesterol levels? A. Enalapril B. Propranolol C. Diltiazem D. Ezetimibe D. Ezetimibe
Which of the following agents is indicated for the reduction of overall total cholesterol and LDL in patients with homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia? A. Lipitor® B. Vasotec® C. Digoxin® D. Aldactone® A. Lipitor
All of the following agents are indicated to lower cholesterol levels EXCEPT which of the following medications? A. Tricor® B. Niacin C. Hytrin® D. Lopid® C. Hytrin
All of the following are classified as antihypertensive agents EXCEPT: A. Tenormin® B. Lopressor® C. Zocor® D. Altace® C. Zocor
Which of the following products would be prescribed for a patient with iron-deficiency anemia? A. Slow FE® B. Tenormin® C. Lasix® D. Plavix® A. Slow FE
All of the following classifications are correct based on indication EXCEPT: A. Vasotec®:antihypertensive B. Plavix®: Hematological agent C. Lotensin®: antihyperlipidemic D. Coumadin®: anticoagulant C. Lotensin: antihyperlipidemic
Aggrenox® is a combination of dipyridamole and aspirin. Which is the available dosage form of this combination product? A. Tablet B. Capsule C. Injection D. Transdermal patch B. Capsule
Which of the following medications would be prescribed for a 60-year-old man with benign prostatic hyperplasia? A. Terazosin B. Enalapril C. Metoprolol D. Spironolactone A. Terazosin
Which of the following would most likely be prescribed for a patient that is found to be hypokalemic after having laboratory tests completed? A. Aldactone® B. Tenormin® C. Lopid® D. Tricor® A. Aldactone
BC, a 45-year-old patient, presents to the hospital with edema associated to hepatic cirrhosis. Which of the following medications would be initiated to assist with the edema? A. Ezetimibe B. Olmesartan C. Fenofibrate D. Hydrochlorothiazide D. Hydrochlorothiazide
Which of the following medications would most likely be prescribed for a patient with iron deficiency anemia? A. Lasix® B. Slow FE® C. Hytrin® D. Zetia® B. Slow FE
Beta blockers are often prescribed to patients that have suffered an acute myocardial infarction. Which of the following beta blockers may be prescribed based on indication? A. Lopressor® B. Slow FE® C. Plavix® D. Zetia® A. Lopressor
Which of the following is an antiplatelet agent that might be given to a patient to reduce their risk of a stroke? A. Diovan® B. Aggrenox® C. Slow FE® D. Bumex® B. Aggrenox
Which of the following medications is most likely to be prescribed for chronic stable angina? A. Diltiazem B. Doxazosin C. Digoxin D. Dypyridamole with aspirin A. Diltiazem
The available dosage form of hyoscyamine is which of the following: A. Tablet B. Powder for Injection C. Suppository D. Both A and B A. Tablet
Which of the following antisecretory agents is indicated to be taken by high-risk patients over the age of 60 that are receiving continuous NSAID therapy? A. Prochloroperazine B. Dicyclomine C. Ondansetron D. Esomeprazole D. Esomeprazole
Which of the following would be the best option to give a patient diagnosed with Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, a hypersecretory condition? A. Nexium® B. Reglan® C. Zofran® D. Detrol® A. Nexium
Which gastric antisecretory agent is available as an orally disintegrating tablet? A. Famotidine B. Tolterodine C. Lansoprazole D. Ranitidine C. Lansoprazole
Which of the following is an approved dual therapy for H. pylori treatment? A. Lansoprazole + ranitidine B. Lansoprazole + amoxicillin C. Lansoprazole + tolterodine D. Lansoprazole + famotidine B. Lansoprazole + amoxicillin
Which of the following antiulcer agents is available in various dosage forms, including tablets, syrup, EFFERdose® tablets, and as an injection? A. Ranitidine B. Tolterodine C. Diphenoxylate with atropine D. Promethazine A. Ranitidine
Which of the following antiulcer agents is available as an orally disintegrating tablet? A. Nexium® B. Pepcid® C. Ditropan® D. GlycoLax® B. Pepcid
A pt comes to your pharmacy with a rx for child suffering from N/V for the past 24 hours. The dr has prescribed a med that is available as suppository. Which of the following may have been prescribed? A. Reglan® B. Prilosec® C. Zantac® D. Phenergan® D. Phenergan
Which of the following medications would you expect to see prescribed for a patient prior to chemotherapy to prevent nausea and vomiting? A. Tolterodine B. Darifenacin C. Ondansetron D. Ranitidine C. Ondansetron
Which of the following is true about Reglan®? A. Reglan® is only available as an oral tablet B. Reglan® is not indicated for diabetic gastroparesis C. Reglan® is available as a tablet, syrup, & injection D. Reglan® is classified as an antiulcer agen C. Reglan is available as a tablet, syrup, and injection
All of the following are indications for promethazine EXCEPT: A. Sedation B. Allergic rhinitis C. Motion sickness D. Gastroparesis D. Gastroparesis
Which is the indication for MiraLAX(r)? A. Diarrhea B. Overactive bladder symptoms C. Duodenal ulcer prevention D. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) A. Diarrhea
MiraLAX® is available in the following dosage form: A. Powder for solution B. Powder for injection C. Capsule D. Suppository A. Powder for solution
A patient comes to your pharmacy with a prescription for oxybutynin. Which of the following is an indication for this medication? A. Constipation B. Gastric ulcer C. Irritable bowel disease D. Overactive bladder D. Overactive bladder
All of the following are true regarding Ditropan EXCEPT: A. Ditropan is available in an extended release dosage form B. may be used to alleviate the symptoms of bladder instability C. available as a powder for injection D. available in as a 5mg table C. Ditropan is available as a powder injection
Which medication indicated to treat the symptoms of overactive bladder is available in a long-acting dosage form? A. Tolterodine B. Promethazine C. Esomeprazole D. Famotidine A. Tolterodine
True statement? A. Lansoprazole part of a triple therapy for duodenal ulcers by H. pylori B. Esomeprazole is only available as a DR capsule C. Esomeprazole is only available as a short-acting capsule D. Omeprazole isnt available in a OTC formulation A. Lansoprazole may be part of a triple therapy regimen for duoedenal ulcers caused by H. pylori
Based on indication, which of the following pairs of medications are the least alike? A. Detrol® and Ditropan® B. Nexium® and Prontonix® C. Pepcid® and Zantac® D. Ditropan and Phenergan® D. Ditropan and Phenergan
All of the following are indicated for the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease EXCEPT: A. Nexium® B. Zantac® C. Prilosec® D. Lomotil® D. Lomotil
Which of the following is available as a powder for solution? A. Nexium® B. MiraLAX® C. Enablex® D. Zofran® B. MiraLAX
Which of the following estrogen hormones is available as an oral tablet, vaginal cream, and intravenous solution? A. Trivora® B. Premarin® C. Januvia® D. Estace® B. Premarin
Which of the following hormone therapies is available in an intravenous dosage form? A. Premarin® B. Aviane™ C. Levoxyl® D. Trinessa® A. Premarin
All of the following are oral contraceptives EXCEPT: A. Tri-Sprintec™ B. Yasmin® C. NuvaRing® D. Trivora® C. NuvaRing
Folic acid is indicated for which of the following: A. Anemia B. Hypothyroidism C. Hypokalemia D. Contraception A. Anemia
Folic acid is available in which of the following dosage forms: A. Vaginal ring B. Transdermal patch C. Tablet D. Lotion C. Tablet
Folic acid is available in which of the following tablet strengths: A. 0.1mg B. 1 mg C. 10 mg D. 100 mg B. 1 mg
Which of the following is indicated for hypothyroidism? A. K-Dur® B. Folate C. Synthroid® D. Estrace® C. Synthroid
AndroGel® is indicated for which of the following: A. Hypokalemia B. Contraception C. Folate deficiency D. Hypogonadism D. Hypogonadism
K-Dur® is available in which of the following dosage forms: A. Injection B. Transdermal patch C. Tablet D. Cream C. Tablet
Which of the following is indicated for postmenopausal osteoporosis prevention? A. Estrace® B. Tri-Cyclen® Lo C. Ocella® D. Trivora® A. Estrace
Which of the following is available as a cream? A. Folic acid B. Tri-Sprintec® C. Estrace® D. K-Dur® C. Estrace
Which of the following is indicated to alleviate the vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes) associated with menopause? A. Levothroid® B. Premarin® C. Yasmin® D. Drisdol® B. Premarin
Which is the available dosage form of Enpresse? A. cream B. tablet C. Intravenous solution D. Oral solution B. Tablet
Amour Thyroid is available in which of the following dosage forms? A. Injection B. Transdermal patch C. Tablet D. Topical cream C. Tablet
The oral contraceptive Ortho Tri-Cyclen® -Lo is used for pregnancy prevention and is also indicated for which of the following uses? A. Hypothyroidism B. Acne treatment C. Hypokalemia D. Anemia B. Acne treatment
Which of the following is available as a vaginal cream? A. Januvia® B. Tri-Sprintec® C. Premarin® D. Yasmin® C. Premarin
All of the following are indicated for the prevention of pregnancy EXCEPT: A. Estrace® B. Yasmin® C. Ocella® D. Trivora® A. Estrace
Klor-Con® is indicated for which of the following uses? A. Hypothyroidism B. Folate deficiency C. Anemia D. Hypokalemia D. Hypokalemia
OVRAL® is indicated for which of the following: A. Prevention of pregnancy B. Potassium supplementation C. Thyroid deficiency D. Folic acid replacement A. Prevention of pregnancy
Which of the following is indicated for the treatment of refractory rickets? A. Klor-Con® B. Drisdol® C. Folate D. Ocella® B. Drisdol
Your patient just had a dental appointment and presents a new prescription at the pharmacy. What medication is available as an oral rinse? A. Chlorhexidine gluconate B. Methotrexate C. Alendronate D. Ibandronate A. Chlorhexidine gluconate
What is the available dosage form of Chantix™, a smoking cessation aid? A. Transdermal patch B. Gum C. Inhaler D. Tablet D. Tablet
Vitamin D is an important supplement for patients with osteoporosis. What osteoporosis agent is available in combination with Vitamin D? A. Alendronate B. Methotrexate C. Varenicline D. Raloxifene E. Tizanidine A. Alendronate
What medication is indicated to reduce the risk of invasive breast cancer in post-menopausal patients with osteoporosis? A. Fosamax® B. Boniva® C. Lidex® D. Evista® D. Evista
Paget's disease, a disease that may cause bones to become weak and puts patients at risk for breaks, is often treated with medications. What medication is indicated to treat condition? A. Fosamax® B. Evista® C. Bactroban® D. Zanaflex® A. Fosamax
What sig would most likely be on the prescription label for sildenafil? A. Take one teaspoonful by mouth daily as needed B. Inject 1 unit subcutaneously daily C. Take one tablet by mouth daily as needed D. Swish and spit with 5mL daily C. Take one tablet by mouth daily as needed
What medication is indicated for the short-term treatment of spasticity? A. Zanaflex® B. Lidoderm® C. Patanol® D. Evista® A. Zanaflex
Which osteoporosis agent is available as a single-use pre-filled syringe that may be a good treatment option for this patient who cant take oral meds? A. Raloxifene B. Ibandronate C. Fluocinonide D. Alendronate B. Ibandronate
JB has been instructed by his physician that he can take his medication for erectile dysfunction daily, as it is indicted for chronic treatment. What medication might have been prescribed for JB? A. Carisoprodol B. Tadalafil C. Raloxifene D. Varenicl B. Tadalafil
What is the available dosage form of chlorhexidine gluconate? A. Capsule B. Dental paste C. Oral rinse D. Pre-filled syringe C. Oral rinse
Your college roommate is in nursing school. She heard that there is a topical agent that can be used in the nasal cavity to prevent MRSA infection. What medication is indicated for this prevention? A. Patanol® B. Voltaren® C. Bactroban® D. Lidex® C. Bactroban
What is the available dosage form of olopatadine? A. Topical antibiotic B. Osteoporosis agent C. Topical analgesic D. Ophthalmic drops D. Ophthalmic drops
Lidex is available in all of the following dosage forms EXCEPT: A. Ointment B. Solution C. Transdermal patch D. Cream C. Transdermal patch
pt w/ OA. Her dr prescribed a topical cream to help w the pain, as she was hesitant to take anything orally. Based on indication, what was most likely prescribed A. Voltaren gel B. Bactroban ointment C. Lidex cream D. Patanol drops A. Voltaren gel
All of the following pairs have at least one of the same indications EXCEPT: A. Boniva ®and Fosamax® B. Cialis® and Viagra® C. Evista® and Fosamax® D. Lidex® and Lidoderm® D. Lidex and Lidoderm
Which of the following would be the best option for a patient that has severe itching from poison ivy and is agitated from the constant itching? A. Xanax® B. Valium® C. Atarax® D. BuSpar® C. Atarax
Which of the following antiepileptics is available as an injection? A. Divalproex B. Lamotrigine C. Gabapentin D. Phenytoin D. Phenytoin
Which antipsychotic is indicated for Alzheimer's dementia? A. Duloxetine B. Venlafaxine C. Donepezil D. Trazodone C. Donepezil
Which of the following would be prescribed to a patient for prevention of seizures? A. Oxcarbazepine B. Raloxifene C. Fluoxetine D. Paroxetine A. Oxcarbazepine
Risperdal® Consta® is available as which of the following dosage forms? A. Capsule B. Injection C. Transdermal patch D. Orally-disintegrating tablet B. Injection
Which of the following is an indication for Zyprexa®? A. Pruritus B. Insomnia C. Bipolar disorder D. Epilepsy C. Bipolar disorder
Which medication is indicated for patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS)? A. Namenda® B. Requip® C. Lamictal® D. Effexor® B. Requip
Which of the following anti-anxiety agents is available in multiple dosage forms, including tablets, injection, oral solution, and rectal gel? A. Restoril® B. Valium® C. Lyrica® D. Seroquel® B. Valium
JB suffers from horrible motion sickness when traveling in car. His dr prescribed a med that he can take prior to travel to help with his motion sickness. Which was most likely prescribed? A. Methylphenidate B. Meclizine C. Memantine D. Mirtazapine B. Meclizine
Which of the following is an indication for eszopiclone? A. Bipolar disorder B. Alzheimer's disease C. Insomnia D. ADHD C. Insomnia
Which of the following is an available dosage form of zolpidem? A. Injection B. Tablet C. Transdermal patch D. Rectal gel B. Tablet
Which of the following is indicated for severe dementia associated with Alzheimer's disease? A. Memantine B. Duloxetine C. Sertraline D. Amitriptyline A. Memantine
Which of the following medications is indicated for a patient suffering from diabetic peripheral neuropathy? A. Antivert® B. Lyrica® C. Vyvanse® D. Lamictal® B. Lyrica
Which of the following is an indication for venlafaxine? A. Epilepsy B. Diabetic peripheral neuropathy C. Depression D. Atopic dermatitis C. Depression
hich of the following antidepressants is also indicated for the management of neuropathic pain for patients with diabetes? A. Venlafaxine B. Duloxetine C. Bupropion D. Sertraline B. Duloxetine
Bupropion when marketed as Zyban® is used for smoking cessation. Bupropion when marketed as Wellbutrin® is indicated for which of the following: A. Restless legs syndrome B. Parkinson's disease C. Depression D. Epilepsy C. Depression
Which of the following is indicated for postherpetic neuralgia? A. Lyrica® B. Effexor® C. Seroquel® D. Abilify® A. Lyrica
Topamax® is indicated for which of the following: A. Diabetic neuropathy B. Generalized anxiety disorder C. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) D. Seizures D. Seizures
Adderall® is indicated for the treatment of which of the following: A. ADHD B. Seizures C. Headaches D. Pruritus A. ADHD
A patient with multiple sclerosis will often suffer from muscle rigidity and spasms. Which of the following medications might be useful in helping to relieve these symtoms? A. Sinemet® B. Lioresal® C. Topamax® D. Lyrica® B. Lioresal
All of the following antiallergy medications are available as a nasal spray EXCEPT: A. Fexofenadine B. Nasacort® AQ C. Mometasone D. Fluticasone A. Fexofenadine
Which of the following is the available dosage form of DuoNeb®? A. Metered-dose inhaler B. Tablet C. Inhalation solution D. Nasal spray C. Inhalation solution
Which of the following medications is indicated for the relief of allergy symptoms, including nasal congestion? A. Tessalon® B. Phenergan with codeine® C. Spiriva® D. Allegra® D. Allegra
What is the available dosage form of Flovent®? A. Inhalation solution B. Inhaler C. Oral tablet D. Nasal spray B. Inhaler
Which of the following oral agents may be prescribed for a patient with asthma and seasonal allergic rhinitis, as it is indicated for both? A. Xopenex® B. Spiriva® C. Singulair® D. Advair® C. Singulair
Which of the following is available as a nasal spray and a metered dose inhaler (MDI)? A. Budesonide B. Albuterol C. Fluticasone D. Tiotropium C. Fluticasone
All of the following are available as nasal sprays EXCEPT: A. Flovent® B. Nasonex® C. Nasacort AQ® D. Flonase® A. Flovent
Which of the following asthma medications available as an inhalation powder uses the Handihaler® inhalation device? A. Xopenex® B. Spiriva® C. Flovent® D. DuoNeb® B. Spiriva
What directions would most likely be listed on a prescription for benzonatate? A. Take one teaspoonful three times daily as needed B. Inhale one puff three times daily as needed C. Use one spray in each nostril tid D. Take one capsule tid as needed D. Take one capsule three times daily as needed
Which of the following medications is available as a nebulizer solution and also an inhaler? A. Fexofenadine B. Promethazine C. Levalbuterol D. Tiotropium C. Levalbuterol
Urticaria, a skin condition causing itching, may be treated with the following medication: A. Allegra® B. Spiriva® C. Tessalon® D. Flovent® A. Allegra
Flonase®, a medication for seasonal allergic rhinitis, is available as what dosage form? A. Metered- dose inhaler B. Capsule C. Nebulizer solution D. Nasal spray D. Nasal spray
You have been presented a prescription with the following directions "place 2 sprays in each nostril once a day." Based on these directions, what medication may have been prescribed? A. Allegra® B. Nasonex® C. Singulair® D. DuoNeb® B. Nasonex
MT presents a prescription for intranasal triamcinolone acetonide. What condition is mostly likely being treated for MT? A. Asthma B. Allergies C. COPD D. Coughing B. Allergies
BA is having difficulty during football practice. He went to the doctor and was told he has exercise induced bronchospasm. Which of the following medications is indicated to treat this condition? A. Albuterol B. Tiotropium C. Montelukast D. Fluticason A. Albuterol
What is the available dosage form of Phenergan with codeine®? A. Tablets B. Nebulizer solution C. Syrup D. Nasal spray C. Syrup
Patients often receive maintenance therapy for asthma control. There are some medications recommended to be used daily. Which of the following medication is indicated for long term maintenance of asthma? A. Advair® B. Allegra® C. Nasonex® D. Flonase® A. Advair
Which of the following is an indication for Flovent®? A. Acute asthma exacerbation B. Seasonal allergic rhinitis C. Maintenance treatment of asthma D. Nasal Congestion C. Maintenance treatment of asthma
Which of the following asthma medications is indicated to both prevent and treat an acute asthma exacerbation? A. Singulair® B. Xopenex® C. Flovent® D. Advair® B. Xopenex
What is the indication for tiotropium? A. Seasonal allergic rhinitis B. Acute asthma exacerbation C. Chronic urticaria D. COPD D. COPD
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