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Chapter 3 pharmacy

The patient profile serves to do what? identify the patient, maintain a legal record, and protect the patient against potential harm
What identifying information is obtained in an outpatient profile? name DOB and contact info
What does obtaining concurrent medications help prevent? drug interactions and therapeutic duplications
What is synergism? They may produce toxic or amplified effects
What is antagonism? They reduce the effectiveness of each drug if taken together
What is drug duplication? drugs prescribed have the same therapeutic function
Information contained in the outpaient profile identifying info, record of medications disensed, drug allergies, concurrent meds, medical history, history of drug abuse,mental conditions or handicaps, insurance information, current prescription and refill info
Information contained in the institutional patient profile height and weight, diagnosis, therapies, lab results, diet plans, blood tests
HIPPA Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
When is the only time patient information can be released? communicated between departments of an institution or appropriate buisness affiliates and if the patient requests a copy
A patinet profile would be created for _____ anyone who receives prescription medications from any pharmacy
You should always what with a patient profile? update
Created by: hannah180



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