Pharma Finals 5

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EXAM 5 (PRINCIPLES OF CHEMOTHERAPY AND ANTIBACTERIALS)

The ff are true statements about antibacterial agents EXCEPT:
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EXAM 5 (PRINCIPLES OF CHEMOTHERAPY AND ANTIBACTERIALS)

Name (5) five pharmacotherapeutic principles that will enhance the effectiveness and safety of antibacterials
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

The ff are pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity w/c may cause significant morbidity in adults and children EXCEPT
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Antibiotic is unnecessary for dental infections if they have the ff
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

The most important component in treating oral infections is
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Choice of antibiotics for oral infections is based on the ff EXCEPT
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

The antibiotics w/c are appropriate for use for endocarditis prophylaxis are the ff EXCEPT
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Choice of antibiotics for oral infections is based on the ff EXCEPT
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Penicillin has activity for the ff organisms EXCEPT
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

The antibiotics of choice for mild infections (outpatient therapy) of dental infections include the ff EXCEPT:
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Supportive measures for tx of pericoronitis include using a saline gargle; maintenance of good oral hygiene, pain management, and local incision and drainage.
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Trench mouth is usually caused by fusiform bacilli and spirochetes
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Penicillin + curettage is needed for the tx of Vincent infection
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

A 6 y/o with juvenile periodontitis who did not respond to root debridement and plaque control should be treated with tetracycline for 1 week
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Less severe dental infections w/ systematic symptoms, may usually be treated with penicillin or amoxicillin.
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Give the correct therapy for the following dental conditions

29y/o with aphthous ulcers
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Give the correct therapy for the following dental conditions

6 y.o w/ juvenile periodontitis unresponsive to root debridement
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Give the correct therapy for the following dental conditions

15y/o w/ acute necrotizing gingivitis
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Give the correct therapy for the following dental conditions

1 y/o female with oral thrush
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Give the correct therapy for the following dental conditions

18 mos old boy with herpangina
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

64y/o male w/ prosthetic cardiac valves
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

7 y/o female w/ unrepaired tetralogy of Fallot (congenital heart disease)
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

10 y/o male with surgically repaired arterial septal defect, no residuals, 2 years after procedure
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

31 y/o female w/ cardiac transplant patients 6 yrs after w/o residual defects
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

17 y/o male w/ rheumatic heart disease w/ severe mitral stenosis
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Taking dental radiographs
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

dental extractions
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Shedding of deciduous teeth
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Adjustment of orthodontic appliances
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EXAM 5 (THERAPY OF ORAL INFECTION)

Intracanal endodontic treatment
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The most common causes of medication errors are lack of knowledge about the drug and:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

Failure to observe the ff R’s of therapy may lead to an ADMINISTRATION ERROR?
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

Which of the ff statements is /are true regarding medication errors?
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

Medication error may still be prevented while the drug is in the hands of any of the ff:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The anesthesiologist prescribed 20mg every 6 hours to an infant post-op at the anesthesia care unit. After two days at the pay ward, the infant was diagnosed with paracetamol poisoning. What do you think is the most likely proximal cause of the error?
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

As a dental practitioner, which of the ff measures will help you prevent a medication error from occurring
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

Prescribing errors may be defined as an incorrect drug selection for a patient, be it the dose. Strength, route, quantity, indication and contraindication.
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

Medication error are considered as system error. Assigning clinical pharmacist at the ICU may help prevent medication errors from reaching the patient
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When the dose to be prescribed is less than (1) it is best to put zero before the decimal point to avoid a 100-fold error such as 0.2milligrams instead of .2milligrams
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When transcribing a physician’s medication order for the pharmacy to dispense, spell out the dosage strength. ( Ex. microgram instead of mg as this can be mistaken as milligram)
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The ff is/ are true of a prescription:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The ff is/are read to write a prescription using the Generic name of the drug except:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When a dentist prescribes a drug included in the Schedule List of the Annex of the Dangerous Drugs Act of the Philippines, three copies of the prescription are read. Which of the ff statements is/are correct?
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When a prescription is made for very young children the ff patient information should be included:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When formatting a prescription, the body of the prescription includes which of the ff:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When writing the dose frequency, no abbreviation should be made to avoid a prescribing error for which of the ff?
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

When a controlled substance like opioid analgesic is prescribed for pain management the ff statements is/are true:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The ff are important elements of a prescription:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

The ff are important points when writing a prescription:
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EXAM 5 (MEDICATION ERRORS AND PRESCRIPTION WRITING)

JJ a five- year old boy will require Amoxicillin ff a dental procedure. He weighs only 15kg. Which of the ff statements should be included under the element R/ or recipere?