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chapter 6 part 3

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dur's are documented
C2 drugs can be dispersed through stock
C2 drug access is limited to pharmacist
expiration dates are always checked
medication selection & preps has storage & handling, expiration & lot no., package size, NDC, brand, generic, dosage form, strength per unit, legend labels, & manufacturers
only base product by ndc not by sight
the 3 times to check drugs is when pulling bottles, preparing, returning
automated pill counting machines minimize human error & facilitate pill counting
clean pill counting equipment to avoid sulfa, penecillin, & aspirin dust
sometimes drugs are dispensed in it's delivery packages like cough syrup, z-pak, b.c. pills, ointment tubes, etc.,
units of use are fixed dose unit numbers in a drug stock container (usually in 30 day supply)
b.c. pills, topicals, & eye/ear drops are often dispensed as one dose a day
many insurances reimburse 1 month supplies
sometimes filling rx's involve getting a multi-dose bottle of premixed drugs
sometimes filling rx's also involve measuring quantity & putting drugs in labeled bottle
most pharm]s have limited drugs or unable to complete filling a rx
OOS means out of stock
OOS drugs are ordered from a drug wholesaler
OOS options are the patient taking rx's elsewhere, borrowing drugs from other pharm]s, & ordering drugs
partial fills hold patients rx schedules until the rest of the drug arrives
insufficient inventory in pharm]s prevent completely filling rx's
partial fills are a 2-5 day supply
must give patient sufficient info on how to take the drug right
med container labels & patient info sheets are how the written info is delivered
affixed to the drug bottle are the directions
techs can use hard copy to get the right bottle to fill
Created by: wildap