# Ptcb Tutoring II

35 Questions
• 1.
What would 25°C be in .
• A.

17°F

• B.

50°F

• C.

77°F

• D.

102°F

• 2.
A 14 year old boy is 5'2" and he weights 110 lbs. He's prescribed by his Doctor to take 5mg/Kg of drug "A" daily. What will his dose be?
• A.

1200mg

• B.

1250mg

• C.

150mg

• D.

250mg

• 3.
Mrs. McTarnahan is picking up an order of drug "T" #100 tablets which costs her \$122.00. While you're ringing up her order, she asks "How much does each tablet cost?" What is she being charged for each tablet?
• A.

\$ 0.12

• B.

\$ 1.22

• C.

\$ 12.20

• D.

\$ 0.012

• 4.
What is 2.5 ounces equal to in mL?
• A.

75ml

• B.

250ml

• C.

50ml

• D.

750ml

• 5.
A script for cough syrup reads 15ml PO Q4° PRN. What should you type on the patients packaging ?
• A.

A spoonful taken orally every 4 hours as needed

• B.

One teaspoon taken orally every 4 hours as needed

• C.

One tablespoon taken orally every 4 hours as needed

• D.

15ml taken orally every 4 hours as needed

• 6.
An eight year old boy weights 75 Lbs. The adult dosage of Drug C is 400mg. The childs dosage using Clark's rule is:
• A.

100mg

• B.

150mg

• C.

200mg

• D.

250mg

• 7.
Which size of needle has the largest diameter ?
• A.

18 Gauge

• B.

16 Gauge

• C.

20 Gauge

• D.

14 Gauge

• 8.
How many Tablespoons are in 16 Ounces ?
• A.

16

• B.

24

• C.

12

• D.

32

• 9.
1 Lbs is equal to:
• A.

12oz

• B.

2.2kg

• C.

454gm

• D.

1200ml

• 10.
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

• 11.
Which drug would be used for athletes foot:
• A.

Ranitidine

• B.

Fluconazole

• C.

Tamsulosin

• D.

Sidenafil

• 12.
Which dosage form would ensure the best bio-availability ?
• A.

PO

• B.

SL

• C.

NG

• D.

IV

• 13.
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

• 14.
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

• 15.
Which drug is not DEA controlled ?
• A.

Phentermine

• B.

Prozac

• C.

Lunesta

• D.

Valium

• 16.
Which of the following drugs is exempt from the PPPA locking cap requirements.
• A.

Varenicline

• B.

Topiramate

• C.

Pregabalin

• D.

Nitroglycerin

• 17.
Dr. Diaco has prescribed your customer a drug order for the following: Methylprednisolone 10mg tabs 40mg QD x2D 30mg QD X3D 20mg QD X4D 10mg QD X5D How many tablets should be dispensed?
• A.

120

• B.

100

• C.

75

• D.

30

• 18.
Your retail pharmacy sells products at: 45% markup over wholesale + a set dispensing fee of \$4. A customer brings in a script for: Vardenafil 5mg #10. The total retail cost at pickup for the 10 tablets is \$149.00. What is your pharmacy's wholesale cost per/each tablet ?
• A.

\$ 14.50

• B.

\$ 10.00

• C.

\$ 18.85

• D.

\$ 14.90

• 19.
You have been asked by the Pharmacist to prepare 3 liters of a 30% strength solution. Your pharmacy stocks the active ingredient in 8 ounce bottles of 70% strength. How many bottles of the active ingredient will you need to open to complete this request?
• A.

14

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

3

• 20.
A 600ml IV solution is to be given over a 5 hour period. which of the flow rates below would need to be used.
• A.

2ml/min

• B.

2.5ml/min

• C.

3ml/min

• D.

3.5ml/min

• 21.
Mr. Bill Foldes is a regular customer at your pharmacy. Today he brought in a new prescription for Oxycontin. The script is from Dr. Bender and his DEA number is BB5274636. The script is dated December 17th of last year and today is April 21st. The prescription allows 5 refills. Under the circumstances, how many fills will Mr. Foldes receive ?
• A.

1 Today + 1 Refill

• B.

0 Today + 0 Refill

• C.

1 Today + 2 Refill

• D.

1 Today + 0 Refill

• 22.
A patient at your hospital is prescribed: Drug Xt 2mg/kg TID. Her chart shows she weighs 110 lbs. How many mg per day will she receive.
• A.

100mg

• B.

200mg

• C.

300mg

• D.

400mg

• 23.
A new product has arrived to your pharmacy. The storage requirements on the label read: Store at 1.5°C - 3.3°C. Where would you store them ?
• A.

Room Temperature

• B.

Refrigerator

• C.

Freezer

• D.

Incubator

• 24.
A prescription order reads: 2 Tabs TID X28D How many tablets will be dispensed ?
• A.

56

• B.

112

• C.

168

• D.

140

• 25.
1 liter of a solution contains 5 Grams of a drug. How much would be present in 750ml of that solution ?
• A.

3750mg

• B.

1500mg

• C.

2750mg

• D.

4000mg

• 26.
Angiotensin II is a very potent chemical that causes muscles surrounding blood vessels to contract, thereby narrowing blood vessels. Which of the following is an Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker (A2RB):
• A.

Enalapril

• B.

Diazepam

• C.

Rosuvastatin

• D.

Valsartan

• 27.
• A.

2029

• B.

2014

• C.

2016

• D.

2015

• 28.
Which of the DEA Schedules are Benzodiazepines listed in ?
• A.

Schedule II

• B.

Schedule III

• C.

Schedule IV

• D.

Schedule V

• 29.
If a vial of Rocephin has 500mg/4ml, and the doctor wants a 125mg dose for a patient, how many milliliters should be drawn into a syringe?
• A.

0.85ml

• B.

1ml

• C.

2ml

• D.

13.6ml

• 30.
What quantity is 3 tsp of Bactrim Pediatric Suspension?
• A.

30ml

• B.

15ml

• C.

10ml

• D.

5ml

• 31.
The laminar airflow workbench should be cleaned with:
• A.

Isopropyl Alcohol

• B.

• C.

Warm sudsy water

• D.

Chlorhexidine Solution

• 32.
Inspections of patient care areas to remove overstock or outdated pharmaceuticals should be done by a
• A.

Nurse

• B.

Pharmacy technician

• C.

Nurse's aide

• D.

Pharmacist

• 33.
Toradol 7.5mg IV is ordered for a patient. A 24 hour supply needs to be sent. Toradol vials with 60mg/ml are available and are multidose vials. How many vials should be sent?
• A.

1 vial

• B.

2 vials

• C.

3 vials

• D.

4 vials

• 34.
Which drug is an opioid commonly used in the OR for pain control?
• A.

Thiopental

• B.

Diazepam

• C.

Propofol

• D.

Fentanyl

• 35.
Rogaine is the topical form of this antihypertensive to alopecia
• A.

Eprostenol

• B.

Terazosin

• C.

Minoxidil

• D.

Propranolol

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