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1. What are the different ways of disseminating drug information? Voice broadcast, Hang signs by the drop of counter, and drive-up window, Bag staffers, inform through social media, update the pharmacy’s outdoor marquee, educate your staff, become the local
health information resource, include an educational article in your pharmacy’s monthly
news letter letter call tthe he doctor offices and health
2. Why is necessary for a pharmacist to be updated on drug information? Pharmacist is necessary to be updated on drug information so that t hat they briefly identify appropriate resources then answering drug information queries.
3. Give the importance on maintaining separate prescription books and poison books. For following standards operating procedures if normally implies quality & accountability in dispensing processes so as to guarantee quality drugs therapy & compliance. Separate the books so it would minimize the chance of missing any item &will easily be identified.
4. What is the procedure for reporting the use of dangerous drugs?
Formulate, develop and establish a comprehensive, integrated, unified and balanced national drug abuse prevention and control strategy;
Promulgate such rules and regulations as may m ay be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, including the manner of safekeeping, disposition, burning or condemnation of any dangerous drug and/or controlled precursor and essential chemical under the charge and custody of DDB, PDEA and other concerned agencies, and prescribe administrative remedies or sanctions for the violations of such rules r ules and regulations;
Conduct policy studies, program monitoring and evaluations and other researches on drug prevention, control and enforcement;
Initiate, conduct and support scientific, clinical, social, psychological, physical and biological researches on dangerous drugs and dangerous drug prevention and control measures;
Issue guidelines as to the approval or disapproval of applications for voluntary treatment, rehabilitation or confinement, wherein it shall issue the necessary guidelines, rules and regulations pertaining to the application and its enforcements;
Formulate guidelines, in coordination with other government agencies, for the importation, distribution, production, manufacture, compounding, prescription, dispensing and sale of, and other lawful acts in connection with any dangerous drug, controlled precursor and essential chemical and other similar or analogous substances of such kind and in such quantity as it may deem necessary according to the medical and research needs or requirements r equirements of the country including diet pills containing ephedrine and other addictive chemicals and determine the quantity and/or quality of dangerous drugs and precursors and essential chemicals to be imported, manufactured an held in stock at any given time by authorized importer, manufacturer or distributor of such drugs;
Reclassify, add to or remove any dangerous drug from, the lists of dangerous drugs and controlled precursors and essential chemicals, as provided for under Section 93;
5. What are the different types of drug distribution systems? Differentiate Differentiate each. A. Traditional System a) Floor Floor or ward stock system- in this system, all but the most unusual drug items are stored on the nursing station b)
Individual prescription order system-in this system,
virtually all medicine are dispensed by the pharmacist on individual prescriptions orders. c) Combination Combination of the above mentioned system- the most common method of medication distribution. In this system, most drugs are dispensed on an individual prescription basis. B. Limit Dose System 1960’s the UDS introduced as a new drug distribution system, it is a pharmacy-coordinated method of dispensing and controlling medication in organized health-care settings.
CONFIDENTIAL REPORT ON ADVERSE DRUG EXPERIENCE (ADE)
IV ANTIBIOTIC FORM
MEDICATION INCIDENT REPORTING FORM
PTC HOSPITAL FORM
RECOMMENDED DRUG/S FOR INCLUSION IN THE PNDF PARENTERAL NUTRITION FORM RECOMMENDATION OF THE PHARMACY AND THERAPEUTICS COMITTEE DISCHARGE SUMMARY FORM DISCHARGE ORDER FORM COMPLAINT FORM
IT USED TO PROVIDE AN EARLY WARNING OR SIGNALING SYSTEM TO COME FOR ADVERSE EFFECT THAT IS NOT DIRECTED DURING PRE MEDICAL TEST OF FDA. USED FOR ALL ANTIBIOTIC ORDERS INCLUDING ADMIT, DOSE CHANGES,ROUTE CHANGES, TRANSFER ORDERS,POST-OPERATIVE ORDERS ETC. IT IS USED FOR MEDICATION ERROR WHICH IS FAILURE TO ADMINISTER THE PRESCRIBED MEDICATION WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE TIME FRAME IN THE CORRECT DOSAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACCEPTED PRACTICE. USED OF LISTING OF DRUGS, DOSAGE FORMS,PACKAGE SIZES, AND DRUG STRENGTHS STOCKED BY THE HOSPITAL AND ACC PHARMACIES. USED AS A QUICK REFERENCE TO ASSIST THE PHYSICIAN AND NURSING STAFFS. IT USED FOR RATIONAL DRUG. CHOOSING THE MOST APPROPRIATE THERAPIES ANS SELECTING THE MOST COT-EFFECTIVE GOODQUALITY DRUGS LEADS TO BETTER QUALITY OF CARE AND MORE EFFECIENT, EQUITABLE USE OF RESOURCES.
IT IS USED TO PROVIDE ALL THE NUTRINETS THAT ARE DELIVERED TO THE PATIENT. IT IS ALSO USED FOR GENERIC TERMINOLOGY FOR ESSENTIAL DRUGS AND PROMOTI0NAL INCENTIVES.
IT IS USED IF THE PATIENT HAS A COMPLAINT IT INCLUDES THE INFORMATION OF THE COMPLAINANT TO BE CORRECTED BY THE MANAGEMENT,