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manmed pharmacology

Who is responsible for the operation of the pharmacy? CO
How often are pharmaceuticals inspected? Monthly
What is posology? science of dosage
What 2 primary factors determine dosages? age and weight
What are parental medications medications introduced by injection
What is an example of a drug injected into the muscle? procaine penicillin G
What is a drug introduced into a vein? IV Fluid
How are chemical drugs grouped? by chemical characteristics
What are the standardized forms used by single prescription? DD 1289
What standard form for multiple prescriptions? NAVMED 6710/6
Are facesmile signatures authorized on prescriptions? No
How long must scripts be kept on file? 2 years
What is an example of subcutaneous parental drug being administered? Insulin
What is the definition of a drug? Any chemical substance that has an effect on living tissue but not used as food.
What is an example of a schedule 1 controlled substance? Herion, LSD, Weed