Free PTCB Practice Quiz #4
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Free PTCB Practice Quiz #4 is the fourth of 20 free practice exams on this site. It is formatted similar to the PTCB exam with multiple choice format.




#1

Which of the following drugs would not be used to treat seizures ?

A. Topamax

B. Depakote

C. Lamictal

D. Tramadol

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#2

1 Lbs is equal to:

A. 12oz

B. 2.2kg

C. 454g

D. 1200mL




#3

The drug name Oxycontin® is an example of a:

A. Chemical Name

B. Brand Name

C. Generic Name

D. Street Name

Top 200 drugs





#4

Which phase of the FDA new drug application involves double-blind, placebo controlled trials to demonstrate that it actually works and involves hundreds or thousands of patients?

A. Phase I

B. Phase II

C. Phase III

D. Phase IV

FDA new drug application process





#5

Water freezes at 0°C and Boils at 100°C. What temperature in Farenheit will water freeze and boil?

A. 14°F, 325°F

B. 32°F, 212°F

C. 29°F, 180°F

D. 10°F, 177°F







#6

The fraction ¾ is equal to:

A. .750

B. .660

C. 7.500

D. .075

Pharmacy math - fractions





#7

How many ML of active ingredient are in 1.5 Liter of a 17.5% solution?

A. 525.0

B. 375.5

C. 325.0

D. 262.5




#8

The FDA publication of Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations is called:

A. Merck Manual

B. Scut Monkey drug Manual

C. Orange Book

D. Micromedex




#9

You have been asked to dilute and repackage 1 Liter of a 20% solution into 1 pint bottles of 5% solution. How many bottles will you be able to fill?

A. 8

B. 4

C. 10

D. 5



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#10

Which drug would be used for athletes foot:

A. Ranitidine

B. Fluconazole

C. Tamsulosin

D. Sildenafil








#11

A drug class that causes a natural biological action to NOT occur is called :

A. Inhibitor

B. Prohibitor

C. Antagonist

D. Agonist

Drug class definitions





#12

Which dosage form would ensure the best bio-availability ?

A. PO

B. SL

C. NG

D. IV




#13

A patient is at your store buying a glucose monitor. The item sells for $69.99. After tax their total is $75.94. What is the tax rate ?

A. 8.5

B. 7.5

C. 8.0

D. 7.0

Percentage math





#14

A patient presents a prescription for Ibandronate 150mg #3. Your pharmacy has a 35% markup and $5.66 dispensing fee. The wholesale price is $15.70 per tab. What will the retail price be for this prescription of 3 tablets.

A. $63.59

B. $47.10

C. $52.76

D. $69.25




#15

A rolling cabinet at a hospital which is used to dispense emergency medication is commonly called a :

A. EMS Cart

B. Stash Cart

C. Crash Cart

D. Blue Cart

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#16

Which drug is not DEA controlled ?

A. Phentermine

B. Prozac

C. Lunesta

D. Valium

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#17

The decision to add new medications to a hospitals formulary are usually made by :

A. Drug Company Representatives

B. Board of Physicians

C. Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee

D. Hospital General Manager




#18

Which of the following would be a violation of OBRA ?

A. Releasing a patients records to unauthorized parties.

B. Not offering a medicaid patient counseling on a new drug prescribed.

C. Accidently allowing a refill on a DEA Sch. II drug.

D. Filling a prescription for a medicaid patient with expired stock.




#19

Dr. Patel has prescribed Ms. Jones some antibacterial drops to treat Conjunctivitis. The directions are 2-3gtt OD QID. What will need to be typed on the label ?

A. Use 2-3 Drops in right eye four times daily.

B. Use 2-3 Drops in right ear four times daily.

C. Use 2-3 Drops in left eye four times daily.

D. Use 2-3 Drops in left ear four times daily.

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#20

Which of the following drugs is exempt from the PPPA locking cap requirements.

A. Varenicline

B. Topiramate

C. Pregabalin

D. Nitroglycerin








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