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CNPR Certificaiton

Chapter 8

Drug Samples: Manufacturers and distributors must provide the FDA with the ____ and _____ of all individuals responsible for responding to requests for information concerning drug samples including list of __________ and drug sample storage sites. names, phone numbers, representatives.
Drug samples must be stored where they are safe from extremes of _____, _______, and _______. temperature, moisture, and contamination.
Where is the most effective and routine place to position ones self to see the physician? At the sample cabinet or closet.
What are the 2 benefits of E-prescribing over hand written? Safety and Economics
What are the two most common complaints from physicians about drug samples? 1) They don't get enough samples. 2) The supply of the samples is too unpredictable.
What are the 3 methods of e-sampling? 1) Physicians order supplies online 2) Physicians order vouchers or coupons that are given to patients. 3) Patients order vouchers or coupons online directly.
_____% of physicians still prefer traditional sampling. 62
What is the USP? United States Parmacopoeial Convention
What does the USP do? issues monographs that define how drugs should be stored and what variance is allowed in their stated contents.
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