# Hospital And Clinical Pharmacy

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### EOQ stands for

• A.

Equipment order quantity

• B.

Essential order quantity

• C.

Economic order quantity

• D.

Enlist order quality

A. Equipment order quantity
Explanation
The correct answer is Economic order quantity. Economic order quantity (EOQ) is a formula used in inventory management to determine the optimal order quantity that minimizes total inventory holding costs and ordering costs. It takes into account factors such as demand, ordering costs, and carrying costs to calculate the most cost-effective quantity to order. Equipment order quantity, Essential order quantity, and Enlist order quality are not commonly used terms in inventory management.

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### If the size is 201_300, then many pharmacists should be there?

• A.

10

• B.

5

• C.

1

• D.

4

A. 10
Explanation
The correct answer is 10 because if the size is between 201 and 300, it implies that there is a large number of pharmacists. Therefore, the number of pharmacists should be 10.

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• 4.

### At what Temperature the blood can be stored?

• A.

16oC

• B.

4oC

• C.

0oC

• D.

22oC

B. 4oC
Explanation
Blood can be stored at a temperature of 4oC. This is because storing blood at this temperature helps to slow down the metabolic processes in the blood, which helps to preserve its integrity and prevent spoilage. Additionally, storing blood at 4oC also helps to prevent the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms that can contaminate the blood. Therefore, maintaining a temperature of 4oC is crucial for the proper storage and preservation of blood.

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### ROM stands for.......................________

Explanation
ROM stands for Read Only Memory. This is a type of computer memory that can only be read from and not written to. It contains permanent data that is stored during manufacturing and cannot be changed or erased by normal computer operations. ROM is used to store firmware, which is essential for booting up the computer and initializing hardware components. It retains its data even when the computer is powered off, making it non-volatile. Therefore, the correct answer is Read only memory.

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### Which is not a example of drug addiction

• A.

Morphine

• B.

Heroin

• C.

Alcohol

• D.

Tea & coffee

D. Tea & coffee
Explanation
Tea and coffee are not examples of drug addiction because although they contain caffeine, which is a stimulant, they do not typically cause the same level of dependence and harmful effects as drugs like morphine, heroin, and alcohol. While some individuals may develop a mild dependence on caffeine, it is generally considered to be a socially acceptable and relatively harmless substance when consumed in moderation.

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### On the basis of system of medicine hospital is following types except

• A.

Allopathic Hospital

• B.

Physio-therapy Hospital

• C.

Ayurvedic Hospital

• D.

T.B. Hospital

D. T.B. Hospital
Explanation
The correct answer is T.B. Hospital. This is because the question is asking for the type of hospital that is not based on a system of medicine. Allopathic hospitals follow the conventional Western medicine system, physiotherapy hospitals focus on physical therapy treatments, and Ayurvedic hospitals practice traditional Indian medicine. However, T.B. hospitals specialize in the treatment of tuberculosis, which is a specific disease rather than a system of medicine.

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### Teratogenic drug affect

• A.

• B.

Foetus

• C.

Children

• D.

All of these

B. Foetus
Explanation
Teratogenic drugs are substances that can cause birth defects or abnormalities in a developing fetus. These drugs can have harmful effects on the growth and development of the fetus during pregnancy. Therefore, the correct answer is "Foetus" as teratogenic drugs specifically affect the developing fetus in the womb.

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### Right statement for Drug_Food Interaction

• A.

Milk reduce absorption of tetracycline

• B.

Fatty foods increase gastric time

• C.

Absorption of Ampicillin increase in presence of food

• D.

All of them are righ

A. Milk reduce absorption of tetracycline
Explanation
Milk can reduce the absorption of tetracycline because the calcium in milk can form insoluble complexes with tetracycline, making it less available for absorption in the body. This interaction can decrease the effectiveness of tetracycline when taken with milk or other dairy products.

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### On the basis of anatomical and physiological specialization hospital are type________

Cancer Hospital
Explanation
The correct answer is Cancer Hospital because the question asks about the type of hospital based on anatomical and physiological specialization. Cancer hospitals are specialized healthcare facilities that focus on the diagnosis, treatment, and care of cancer patients. They have specialized equipment, medical professionals, and treatment options tailored specifically for cancer patients. Therefore, a cancer hospital fits the criteria of anatomical and physiological specialization based on its focus on cancer care.

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### Normal cholesterol range

• A.

100-124 mg /100 ml

• B.

80-100 mg /100ml

• C.

150-200 mg/100 ml

• D.

None of these

A. 100-124 mg /100 ml
Explanation
The normal cholesterol range is typically between 100-124 mg/100 ml. This means that a healthy individual's cholesterol level should fall within this range in order to maintain good cardiovascular health. Cholesterol levels that are too high or too low can increase the risk of developing heart disease and other related conditions. Therefore, it is important to monitor and manage cholesterol levels to ensure they remain within the normal range.

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