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  1. New Mexico state specfic question: The Drug Product Selection Act applies to filling prescriptions for which of the following?
  2. New Mexico state specfic question: Persons specifically authorized to sign DEA order forms include: I. Persons who have signed the DEA registration application II. Persons granted power-of-attorney by the registrant III. Pharmacy owners
  3. New Mexico state specfic question: The following responsibilities require the use of professional judgment and therefore shall be performed only by a pharmacist: I. Initial identification, evaluation and interpretation of the prescription order and any necessary clinical clarification prior to dispensing II. Professional consultation with the prescriber, the prescriber's agent, or any other health care professional or authorized agent regarding a patient and any medical information pertaining to the prescription III. Professional consultation, without dispensing, will require that the patient be provided with the identification of the pharmacist or pharmacy intern providing the service
  4. New Mexico state specfic question: Under NM pharmacy regulations, stock dangerous drugs that licensed nursing homes are allowed to carry without a patient-specific prescription include: I. Normal saline and sterile water injection and irrigation II. TB test solution III. Hepatitis B and flu vaccines
  5. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is NOT correct?
  6. New Mexico state specfic question: For patients in a long-term care facility, Schedule II prescriptions that are partially filled are:
  7. New Mexico state specfic question: Who among the following is NOT considered to be a “practitioner?”:
  8. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacist substitution of therapeutically equivalent drugs and multiple-source drugs is: I. Required under NM law II. Permitted unless the prescriber writes “no substitution” or “no sub” on the face of the prescription III. Permitted if the substitute is listed in the “Orange Book” and is provided to the patient at a lower cost than the prescribed drug
  9. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is considered manufacturing by the Pharmacist, thereby, requiring him/her to abide by current Good Manufacturing Practices?
  10. New Mexico state specfic question: David Jones just graduated from UNM with his Pharm.D. degree. Under NM pharmacy statutes and regulations, before he can start his new job as a pharmacist preparing sterile parenteral products and supervising technicians and interns in the IV room of an Albuquerque hospital, he will need to: I. Pass the NABPLEX and NM MPJE and receive his license to practice pharmacy in NM II. Take the sterile products training course required in NM III. Establish legal residency in Albuquerque
  11. New Mexico state specfic question: The State Board of Pharmacy is composed of 9 members:
  12. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule II controlled substances must be ordered by the:
  13. New Mexico state specfic question: The Poison Prevention Packaging Act of 1970 is enforced by:
  14. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following officials has the authority to place a drug on a schedule under the Controlled Substances Act? I. The Director of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) II. The US Attorney General alone but only in emergencies to add a drug to Schedule I to prevent an imminent hazard III. The US Attorney General but only after requesting the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services for an evaluation of the drug and a recommendation
  15. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is known as the “Prescription Drug” Amendment?
  16. New Mexico state specfic question: For at least how long must a pharmacy keep a record of its return of a controlled substance to a wholesaler?
  17. New Mexico state specfic question: A minimum of how many hours excluding the law requirement, per renewal period shall be obtained through “live programs”?
  18. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacists are required to notify the board of pharmacy in writing of a change in employment, within how many days?
  19. New Mexico state specfic question: The New Mexico Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act: I. Requires pharmacists to substitute less expensive generic, therapeutically equivalent drugs for name brand drugs II. Prohibits “adulteration” and “misbranding” of drugs III. Empowers the Board of Pharmacy to promulgate regulations for enforcement of the Act
  20. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following events caused the enactment of the Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962?
  21. New Mexico state specfic question: All of the following are included within Schedule III EXCEPT:
  22. New Mexico state specfic question: Judicial interpretation of which of the following clause(s) in the US Constitution have led to the expansion of the powers of the Federal government over the years: I. “Interstate commerce” clause II. “Necessary and proper” clause III. “Privileges and immunities” clause
  23. New Mexico state specfic question: What do courts do when presented with Federal and state laws that regulate the same subject? I. Try to interpret both laws to minimize or avoid a conflict II. Enforce the law with the most severe penalty III. Ignore the state law because Federal law is preeminent
  24. New Mexico state specfic question: A drug may be considered to be adulterated if it: I. Is prepared, packed, or held under unsanitary conditions II. Contains a color additive that may cause hyperactivity in children III. Has been manufactured in a manner that does not conform to Good Manufacturing Practices
  25. New Mexico state specfic question: Tramadol is:
  26. New Mexico state specfic question: Once it has been completed and executed by the purchaser, a controlled substance order form for Schedule II substances is valid for a period of up to:
  27. New Mexico state specfic question: What is the minimum period of time the record book for Schedule V controlled substances must be maintained and available for inspection?
  28. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following must be recorded when accepting a transfer prescription?
  29. New Mexico state specfic question: TB testing can be authorized by a pharmacist, is that true? I. Only under a prescriber's supervision II. No III. Yes
  30. New Mexico state specfic question: Total of how many CEU is required to renew license?
  31. New Mexico state specfic question: The FDA enforces FDCA in the following way: I. Seizure of products II. Injunctive action III. Instituting criminal proceedings
  32. New Mexico state specfic question: The NM Controlled Substances Act empowers the following agency to administer the Act and promulgate regulations adding new controlled substances:
  33. New Mexico state specfic question: Rx Distributors, a wholesale prescription drug distributor located in Las Vegas, NM, is required to be licensed in NM as a drug wholesaler and to comply with a special set of NM Board of Pharmacy regulations governing security and drug storage requirements for prescription drug wholesalers: I. True II. False III. Not enough information is provided
  34. New Mexico state specfic question: Under the Federal Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970, controlled substances are placed into schedules (categories) according to their:
  35. New Mexico state specfic question: What is NOT the one of the minimum standards of NM pharmacies?
  36. New Mexico state specfic question: Statements that apply to meperidine 50 mg tablets include which of the following? I. Require a written prescription II. Require the following label: “Caution: Federal law prohibits the transfer of this drug to any person other than the person for whom it was prescribed” III. The prescription must be filled in a separate prescription file
  37. New Mexico state specfic question: Regulations are: I. Usually intended to implement and enforce a statute II. Promulgated by administrative agencies pursuant to statutory authority III. Signed by the President or by the governor of a state before they an go into effect
  38. New Mexico state specfic question: What law was enacted to streamline the generic drug approval process while giving patent extensions, in certain cases, to innovator drugs with the intent to make generic drugs more readily available and provide incentives for manufacturers to develop new drugs?
  39. New Mexico state specfic question: The following responsibilities require the use of professional judgment and therefore shall be performed only by a pharmacist intern EXCEPT:
  40. New Mexico state specfic question: What information on a schedule II prescription may NOT be changed or added by a pharmacist?
  41. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist substitutes diazepam for Valium. It would be acceptable for the label on the medication bottle to read: I. Diazepam, 5mg (generic for Valium) II. Diazepam, 5mg (generic interchange for Valium) III. Valium, 5mg (Diazepam)
  42. New Mexico state specfic question: In order to possess or dispense controlled substances, a pharmacy must have current licenses or registrations issued by the: I. Department of Public Safety II. State board of pharmacy III. Drug Enforcement Administration
  43. New Mexico state specfic question: Pursuant to NM pharmacy statutes, the NM Board of Pharmacy has adopted regulations:
  44. New Mexico state specfic question: The FDA evaluates OTC products on the basis of:
  45. New Mexico state specfic question: To legally fill a prescription for a Schedule II product, a pharmacist must do all of the following EXCEPT:
  46. New Mexico state specfic question: Which law provides that the FDA has the authority to categorize as prescription drugs those that are unsafe for use except under the supervision of a practitioner and can subject them (the drug) to the New Drug Application approval process?
  47. New Mexico state specfic question: An inactive status pharmacist applying for an active status license: I. Should report board within 10 days of inactive status II. May be required to serve an internship training program and submit evidence of continuing education relating to the practice of pharmacy III. Who has not been actively engaged in pharmacy for over one year
  48. New Mexico state specfic question: When conducting an inspection of a pharmacy pursuant to the Controlled Substances Act, a DEA agent has the right under the Act to: I. Inspect and conduct an inventory of the stock of controlled substances II. Examine and copy controlled substances dispensing and inventory records III. Review the financial and sales records
  49. New Mexico state specfic question: When prescriptions are transferred, the receiving pharmacy must record: I. The original date of dispensing II. The original date of issuance III. The name of the pharmacist transferring the prescription
  50. New Mexico state specfic question: With regard to a pharmacist compounding medications, which of the following is a provision of the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act? I. A compounded drug is not a new drug. II. CGMP requirements do not apply III. The pharmacist does not have to label the compounded drug with adequate directions for use.
  51. New Mexico state specfic question: Who may refuse counseling or authorize the refusal of counseling?
  52. New Mexico state specfic question: Board of Pharmacy legislative functions are exercised through:
  53. New Mexico state specfic question: Non-scheduled drug prescriptions are valid:
  54. New Mexico state specfic question: Mr. Jones requests a refill of a prescription of Restoril 15 mg capsules. The original prescription has been refilled five times in the last four months. Before dispensing more Restoril 15 mg capsules to Mr. Stone, the pharmacist must:
  55. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescription for 15 Mepergan is issued by a practitioner. The pharmacist who dispenses the prescription only has 5 capsules in stock and partially fills the prescription with these 5 capsules. The remaining 10 capsules must be dispensed within:
  56. New Mexico state specfic question: Each NM Preceptor shall EXCEPT:
  57. New Mexico state specfic question: In New Mexico, “drug precursors” are:
  58. New Mexico state specfic question: Once a new drug is in a local pharmacy after interstate shipment, the physician may not, as part of the practice of medicine, lawfully prescribe a different dosage for his/her patient, or may otherwise vary the conditions of use from those approved in the package insert, without informing or obtaining approval of the FDA.: I. False II. Not enough information provided III. True
  59. New Mexico state specfic question: The stand alone parenteral product pharmacy must have:
  60. New Mexico state specfic question: Conditions that apply to Schedule II order forms include which of the following? I. Order forms must be maintained separately from all other records of the registrant II. Suppliers may partially fill an order for Schedule II controlled substances and supply the remainder of the order within 60 days III. The purchaser must record on Copy 3 of the order form the date and the amount of controlled substances received
  61. New Mexico state specfic question: The partial filling of a prescription for a controlled substance in Schedule III or IV is permissible under which of the following conditions? I. The total quantity is dispensed in all partial fillings does not exceed the total quantity prescribed II. Each partial filling is recorded in the same manner as a refill III. No dispensing occurs more than 6 months after the original date of the prescription
  62. New Mexico state specfic question: Civil law actions may result in: I. Payment of punitive damages to private parties to discourage egregious conduct II. Payment of damages to private parties to compensate them for injuries III. Prison sentences for guilty defendants
  63. New Mexico state specfic question: Are technicians allowed to be trained to administer vaccinations? I. Yes II. Need vaccination certification for the technicians III. No
  64. New Mexico state specfic question: Adequate records regarding the use of and accountability for controlled substances dispensed in a hospital shall include all of the following information except:
  65. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescription for which of the following controlled substances may be transferred between two pharmacies:
  66. New Mexico state specfic question: A valid prescription for an antibiotic may be written by a licensed: I. Veterinarian II. Dentist III. Chiropractor
  67. New Mexico state specfic question: Prior to dispensing any prescription, a pharmacist shall review the patient profile for the purpose of identifying EXCEPT:
  68. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is required on the label of a prescription dispensed for Vicodin tablets? I. Prescriber’s name and DEA number II. “Caution: Federal law prohibits the transfer of this drug to any person other than the person for whom it was prescribed” III. Prescription number and date of filling
  69. New Mexico state specfic question: All of the following are true regarding the required controlled substances inventory EXCEPT:
  70. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule III drug prescriptions are valid:
  71. New Mexico state specfic question: CARISOPRODOL (SOMA) is:
  72. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist shall request and review a prescription monitoring report covering:
  73. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescriber’s nurse can place all of the following information on a prescription for a controlled substance EXCEPT:
  74. New Mexico state specfic question: The private office of Sam Adams, M.D., a licensed practitioner in New Mexico who dispenses certain medications on a limited basis to some patients, is subject to NM Board of Pharmacy regulations governing Limited Drug Clinics: I. True II. Not enough is provided III. False
  75. New Mexico state specfic question: A major purpose of the New Mexico Controlled Substances Act is to save patients money by allowing generic and alternate source substitution of controlled substances: I. Not enough information is provided II. True III. False
  76. New Mexico state specfic question: Substances that are subject to the special packaging requirement of the Poison Prevention Packaging Act include which of the following? I. Aspirin II. Acetaminophen III. Methanol (methyl alcohol)
  77. New Mexico state specfic question: The major purpose of the New Mexico Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act is to: I. Save patients money by allowing generic substitution II. Reduce diversion and abuse of controlled substances III. Protect the public by ensuring that drugs and medical devices are not contaminated or sold in a misleading way
  78. New Mexico state specfic question: The board is authorized to do which of the following? I. Regulate the training, supervision and discipline of interns II. Determine the minimum equipment necessary for a pharmacy III. Establish fees that registrants and licensees must pay
  79. New Mexico state specfic question: In most states, generic substitution is allowed only if the drug is therapeutically equivalent or bioequivalent to the prescribed drug as published in the:
  80. New Mexico state specfic question: The computer shall be capable of producing a printout of prescription information within:
  81. New Mexico state specfic question: Which law requires pharmacists to offer to counsel patients?
  82. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule IV drug prescriptions are valid:
  83. New Mexico state specfic question: One source of law that governs the practice of pharmacy is decided court cases.: I. Cannot decide with provided information II. False III. True
  84. New Mexico state specfic question: Devices used to provide an aseptic environment including laminar air flow workbenches, biological safety cabinets, compounding aseptic isolators and compounding aseptic containment isolators will be tested in the course of normal operation by an independent qualified contractor and certified as meeting the requirements:
  85. New Mexico state specfic question: Under the US Controlled Substances Act and associated regulations, Schedule II controlled substances in the inventory of a hospital pharmacy may be stored: I. In a locked cabinet II. Dispersed throughout the pharmacy’s stock of non-controlled substances III. On a special shelf in the pharmacy’s general inventory reserved for controlled substances
  86. New Mexico state specfic question: Which law stipulates that prescription drugs may be dispensed pursuant to written or oral prescriptions and allows for refills authorized either on the original prescription or orally?
  87. New Mexico state specfic question: What are the core values of NM board of pharmacy? I. Integrity II. Respect III. Correctional Excellence
  88. New Mexico state specfic question: Where there are differences in the federal and state Controlled Substances Act, which takes precedence?
  89. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacy utilizing an automated data processing system for storing and retrieving refill data concerning controlled substance prescription orders:
  90. New Mexico state specfic question: The pharmacy registrant shall notify the Field Division Office of the Administration in his area: I. Send DEA form 41 II. Within 1 business day of discovery of theft or loss. III. In writing, of any theft or significant loss of any controlled substances
  91. New Mexico state specfic question: Electronic prescription information or data must be maintained in the original format received for:
  92. New Mexico state specfic question: All the following statements are correct for technicians preparing sterile and non-sterile products EXCEPT:
  93. New Mexico state specfic question: All of the following have the authority to order and possess controlled substances (assuming proper registration) EXCEPT:
  94. New Mexico state specfic question: Whose responsibility is it to assure that a controlled substance prescription has been issued for a legitimate medical purpose?
  95. New Mexico state specfic question: Sanctions for violation of administrative regulations may include: I. Remedial actions II. License suspension/revocation/probation III. Warnings
  96. New Mexico state specfic question: A transfer of ownership occurs upon EXCEPT:
  97. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist who sells a legend drug without a prescription can be charged with: I. The sale of a misbranded product II. Breach of express warranty III. The sale of an adulterated product
  98. New Mexico state specfic question: For pharmacies built today, what should be the minimum area of the Prescription Department in square feet?
  99. New Mexico state specfic question: John Smith, an agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration, visited Montoya’s Discount Pharmacy, presented a Notice of Inspection and asked the pharmacist on duty for permission to inspect the pharmacy’s controlled substances records. Unless there were special circumstances, the pharmacist could legally: I. Refuse to allow the inspection if the agent appeared after the pharmacy’s normal business hours and it had closed for the day II. Refuse to allow the inspection until the agent obtained a valid administrative inspection warrant III. Refuse to allow the inspection until the agent produced a valid search warrant
  100. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist practicing in a licensed pharmacy is permitted to compound drugs without obtaining a manufacturer’s license as long as the:
  101. New Mexico state specfic question: The State determines whether and what a practitioner has the authority to prescribe.: I. Not enough information provided II. False III. True
  102. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescription is transmitted by facsimile (faxed) to a community pharmacy. The pharmacist may legally consider it an original prescription and fill and dispense it with no further documentation if it is a prescription for: I. Meperidine II. Methylphenidate III. Meprobamate
  103. New Mexico state specfic question: The original paper prescription document for a non-controlled substance must be maintained on the licensed premises for:
  104. New Mexico state specfic question: A local dentist who has a current DEA license wishes to purchase 100 tablets of Tylenol with Codeine #3 for office use. Which of the following procedures should the pharmacist follow?
  105. New Mexico state specfic question: ORBA’90 regulations require a pharmacist to attempt to obtain a Medicaid patient’s: I. Name, address, and telephone number II. Significant medical history III. Medical insurance program identification
  106. New Mexico state specfic question: How many hours of continuation education are required to remain active with the New Mexico Board of Pharmacy as a pharmacy technician?
  107. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following may allow the packaging of a legend drug in a container that is NOT child-resistant? I. Appropriate authorization from the prescribing physician II. Appropriate disability of the patient III. A judgment by the pharmacist
  108. New Mexico state specfic question: Transfer of controlled substances from a pharmacy to a physician for office use may NOT exceed what percentage of the total number of dosage units of controlled substances dispensed and distributed by that pharmacy during a twelve month period (unless registered as a distributor)?
  109. New Mexico state specfic question: A dermatologist wrote a prescription for Triamcinolone Cream 0.1%, 4 oz, with three refills. If 18 months later the patient requests the first refill, the pharmacist:
  110. New Mexico state specfic question: In order to work as a pharmacy intern, it is required that the intern:
  111. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacy A orders a Schedule II controlled substance from Pharmacy B using the appropriate DEA form. Pharmacy B must complete shipment of the drug to Pharmacy A within:
  112. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist compounds a small amount of a topical preparation containing crushed OTC aspirin tablets in Vaseline Ointment. This is in anticipation of immediate dispensing needs. To whom may the pharmacist distribute the compounded product?
  113. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescription for Phenobarbital elixir marked “refill prn” may legally be refilled for no more than:
  114. New Mexico state specfic question: A dentist with proper registrations may legally prescribe which of the following drugs? I. Desoxyn Tabs 5 mg #30 II. Amoxicillin Caps #4 III. Tylenol w/Codeine 30 mg #15
  115. New Mexico state specfic question: Which is the correct limitation on the quantity of a drug that may be supplied on a Schedule II oral prescription?
  116. New Mexico state specfic question: Montoya’s Discount Pharmacy, a registered practitioner licensed under the Controlled Substances Act to dispense controlled substances, may distribute Schedule II controlled substances to other practitioners for administration or dispensing to their patients if: I. The receiving practitioner is registered to dispense II. The total number of dosage units distributed is not >5% of the total controlled substance dosage units dispensed and distributed in one year III. DEA Form 222 is used
  117. New Mexico state specfic question: The ratio of pharmacy technicians to licensed pharmacists on duty in a pharmacy must be no more than:
  118. New Mexico state specfic question: The major New Mexico statute governing the profession of pharmacy and establishing the Board of Pharmacy is:
  119. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following would be LEAST effective in helping a pharmacist to avoid dispensing substandard or counterfeit drugs?
  120. New Mexico state specfic question: To fulfill the continuing education (CE) requirement for licensure as a pharmacist, the CE must be accredited by:
  121. New Mexico state specfic question: Any registrant or licensee shall report in writing any change of address or employment to the Board:
  122. New Mexico state specfic question: The pharmacist-in-charge of XYZ’s Hospital Pharmacy resigns effective March 15. A new pharmacist-in-charge must be selected no later than:
  123. New Mexico state specfic question: The major purpose of the NM Board of Pharmacy regulations dealing with Adverse Drug Events if to: I. Reduce medication errors by requiring error prevention procedures and reporting by pharmacies II. Reduce the number of medication errors by providing for publication of the names of pharmacies that make dispensing errors III. Provide a reporting mechanism in case patients experience adverse reactions to properly prescribed and dispensed prescription drugs
  124. New Mexico state specfic question: The closed system of controlled substance distribution established by the federal Controlled Substances Act means that: I. The Act establishes a highly regulated system with detailed record keeping requirements that track controlled substances from manufacturing to dispensing II. Only persons who are registered under the Act may engage in the manufacture, distribution, prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances III. The US border is closed to the import or export of controlled substances
  125. New Mexico state specfic question: Effective January 1, 2015, a minimum of how many hours per renewal period shall be in the area of safe and appropriate use of opioids?
  126. New Mexico state specfic question: Drug manufacturing includes: I. Preparing compounded products for sale to other pharmacies II. Advertising and promoting specific products compounded in the pharmacy III. Preparing compounded products in anticipation of prescriptions based upon historical data
  127. New Mexico state specfic question: A patient presents a prescription for Percodan #15; sig: take 1 tab Q6H prn pain. The prescription was written by a dentist, and 2 refills were authorized. The pharmacist should recognize that: I. The dentist is not authorized to prescribe Percodan II. The quantity of medication prescribed is inappropriate III. The number of refills specified is inappropriate
  128. New Mexico state specfic question: Penalties in disciplinary actions against pharmacists found to have violated the NM Pharmacy Act include suspending or revoking their license to practice pharmacy: I. Not enough information is provided II. False III. True
  129. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule II controlled substances: I. May lead to severe physical or psychological dependence if abused II. May have the same potential for abuse as Schedule I controlled substances III. Have a currently accepted medical use in treatment in the US or a currently accepted medical use with severe restrictions
  130. New Mexico state specfic question: When must a pharmacist in a community pharmacy perform drug regimen reviews?
  131. New Mexico state specfic question: The six month or five refill limitations apply to which of the following? I. All Schedule III and IV prescription orders only II. All Schedules II, III, IV and V prescription orders III. All Schedule III, IV and V prescription orders only
  132. New Mexico state specfic question: New Mexico hospital pharmacy regulations have provisions: I. Governing access to the hospital pharmacy and removal of drugs from the pharmacy when a pharmacist is not present and the pharmacy is closed II. Specifying minimum types of references that hospital pharmacies must have available III. Requiring that hospitals have a pharmacist-in-charge
  133. New Mexico state specfic question: Pursuant to the FDA Drug Quality Reporting System, pharmacists are:
  134. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following statements applies when responding to a patient’s request for Lomotil?
  135. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following drug references includes FDA approved drug products with “therapeutic equivalence” evaluations?
  136. New Mexico state specfic question: A drug is misbranded if: I. It is counterfeit of another drug II. Its label is misleading about its contents III. Its packaging is in violation of the Poison Prevention Packaging Act
  137. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy interns in New Mexico are required to be licensed by:
  138. New Mexico state specfic question: a retail pharmacy with preparation of sterile products capabilities must have:
  139. New Mexico state specfic question: Actions to enforce criminal laws may result in: I. Payment of damages to compensate parties who have been injured II. Prison sentences for guilty defendants III. Loss of a guilty defendant’s right to vote or own firearms
  140. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is central to all drug laws in the United States of America?
  141. New Mexico state specfic question: Under what circumstances may an agent of the DEA or the board of pharmacy examine the prescription or other records of a pharmacy dealing with controlled substances? I. Upon presentation of a warrant and appropriate credentials II. Without presentation of a warrant or consent of the person in charge if an imminent danger to health and safety is present III. Upon consent of the person in charge of the premises
  142. New Mexico state specfic question: The primary state agency in NM that regulates the practice of pharmacy is:
  143. New Mexico state specfic question: The board of pharmacy has the authority to: I. Levy fines on licensees II. Suspend and/or revoke licenses III. Impose prison terms for licensees
  144. New Mexico state specfic question: The Prescription Drug Marketing Act: I. Prohibits the use of drug coupons II. Requires states to license wholesale distributors of prescription drugs III. Prohibits the sale, trade, or purchase of drug samples
  145. New Mexico state specfic question: A manufacturer’s labeling must state the type of container to be used in dispensing:
  146. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacists are required by the FDA to provide patient package inserts when dispensing both new and refill prescriptions for:
  147. New Mexico state specfic question: How many continuing education hours are required to be earned by a pharmacist every two years?
  148. New Mexico state specfic question: A major offense of FDCA is: I. Lack of knowledge II. Adulteration III. Misbranding
  149. New Mexico state specfic question: “Wholesale drug distributor” means a person engaged in the wholesale distribution of legend drugs, including: I. Manufacturers and repackers II. Retail and hospital pharmacies that conduct wholesale distributions III. Warehouses, including manufacturers’ and distributors’ warehouses
  150. New Mexico state specfic question: Choose the drug that is not on the NM Board of Pharmacy approved list of dangerous drugs that home care services are allowed to stock:
  151. New Mexico state specfic question: By which method may a prescription drug be switched to OTC status by the FDA? I. The drug may be switched through the OTC review process II. The manufacturer may request the switch by submitting a supplemental application to its approved NDA III. The manufacturer may petition the FDA
  152. New Mexico state specfic question: Devices used to provide an aseptic environment including laminar air flow workbenches, biological safety cabinets, compounding aseptic isolators and compounding aseptic containment isolators test certification records will be maintained for:
  153. New Mexico state specfic question: A minimum of how many hours per renewal period shall be in the area of patient safety as applicable to the practice of pharmacy?
  154. New Mexico state specfic question: The administrative agencies that are involved in the regulation of drugs and pharmacy were primarily created and given their powers by:
  155. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following would be required in order to reciprocate a pharmacist’s license from another state? I. The pharmacist must be registered by examination in a state which grants reciprocal privileges to New Mexico pharmacists II. The person must have practiced for at least one year as a licensed pharmacist III. The person must complete the required application and pay the required fee
  156. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following required that prescription drugs be labeled with - “Caution: Federal Law prohibits dispensing without a prescription”?
  157. New Mexico state specfic question: James Bond, R.Ph., has owned and operated Montoya’s Discount Pharmacy in Rio Rancho since 1985. If he opens a branch of Montoya’s Discount Pharmacy three miles away in Corrales:
  158. New Mexico state specfic question: The record book for Schedule V OTC controlled substances sales must be maintained and kept available for inspection for which of the following periods?
  159. New Mexico state specfic question: Common law is:
  160. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following requires manufacturers to prove “efficacy” of the drugs they want to market?
  161. New Mexico state specfic question: All of the following drug products require the federal “no transfer” caution label EXCEPT:
  162. New Mexico state specfic question: Dispensing a prescription for a dangerous drug to a patient without an established practitioner-patient relationship: I. Except for on-call practitioners providing services for a patient’s established practitioner; II. Except for dispensing a prescription for the dangerous drug naloxone to a person for administration to another as authorized in public health law 24-23 administration of opioid antagonist; III. Except for delivery of dangerous drug therapies to patients ordered by a New Mexico department of health physician as part of a declared public health emergency;
  163. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following are exempt from registration under the Controlled Substances Act? I. Mid-level practitioners who prescribe controlled substances if they are self employed II. Physicians who prescribe controlled substances but are employed by a hospital that is registered (if certain requirements are met) III. Law enforcement officials who possess controlled substances in the course of their official duties
  164. New Mexico state specfic question: To obtain initial certification and registration as a pharmacist clinician, she/he must submit the following: I. A pharmacist clinician requesting a controlled substance registration to prescribe controlled substance in Schedule II or Schedule III shall be trained in responsible opioid prescribing practices II. Patient encounters must be initiated and completed within 2 years of the application III. The applicant will submit a log of patient encounters as part of the application
  165. New Mexico state specfic question: Oral authorization for refilling of prescriptions for non-controlled substances requires which of the following information to be placed on the reverse of the original prescription? I. Date the information is received II. Name of practitioner authorizing refill III. Time the information is received
  166. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist dispenses 100 ibuprofen, 600 mg, on December 1, 2003 transferring the drug from an unopened manufacturer’s container that lists an expiration date of August 1, 2005. What labeling should appear on the medication dispensed to the patient?
  167. New Mexico state specfic question: Who is allowed in a hospital pharmacy when a pharmacist is not present?
  168. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is NOT required to be maintained in a bound record at the time of a Schedule V OTC sale?
  169. New Mexico state specfic question: Can a pharmacy technician work at a pharmacy before he/she gets registered with the Board of Pharmacy? I. Yes but not as a technician II. Clerical duties are permitted under the supervision of a pharmacist including duties associated with the practice of pharmacy III. The direct processing and filling of prescriptions or duties are permissible under direct supervision of a pharmacist
  170. New Mexico state specfic question: A pharmacist must conduct prospective drug use review for: I. Clinical abuse or misuse II. Drug-disease contraindication III. Therapeutic duplication
  171. New Mexico state specfic question: A written prescription for a controlled substance shall contain the following data EXCEPT:
  172. New Mexico state specfic question: An exception to the minimum space footage requirement may be considered by the board on an individual basis. The board may consider such factors as: I. Rural area location with small population. II. All special waivers will be subject to review annually for reconsideration. III. No prescription area of less than 120 square feet will be acceptable.
  173. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule II drug prescriptions are:
  174. New Mexico state specfic question: Which action may a licensed pharmacist take if the pharmacist receives an “information only” copy of a prescription drug order previously dispensed at another pharmacy?
  175. New Mexico state specfic question: Decisions to schedule a drug or remove it from scheduling are based on the drug’s potential to: I. Be abused II. Result in psychological dependence III. Result in physiological dependence
  176. New Mexico state specfic question: The original paper prescription document for a controlled substance must be maintained on the licensed premises for:
  177. New Mexico state specfic question: Who bears responsibility for assuring that a written prescription is provided as follow-up to an emergency telephone prescription for Schedule II controlled substance?
  178. New Mexico state specfic question: A prescription written by a physician for an unapproved use:
  179. New Mexico state specfic question: The Board of Pharmacy has the authority to do all of the following except:
  180. New Mexico state specfic question: A podiatrist registered with the DEA may NOT prescribe:
  181. New Mexico state specfic question: In certain cases, violation of record keeping requirements under the Federal Controlled Substances Act can result in: I. Prison sentences II. Fines III. Disciplinary actions by a state Board of Pharmacy
  182. New Mexico state specfic question: A person from a bordering state presents a prescription for 50 methadone tablets. The pharmacist calls the prescribing physician and determines that the methadone was prescribed for pain associated with terminal carcinoma. What should the pharmacist do?
  183. New Mexico state specfic question: Nursing Home Drug Control regulations adopted by the NM Board of Pharmacy generally require that: I. Nursing homes hire a staff pharmacist who is required to be on site at least during normal business hours II. Nursing homes located in NM have an on-site pharmacy that stocks the most commonly prescribed drugs III. With the exception of allowable stock dangerous drugs and emergency drug trays, all drugs administered to nursing home patients must be dispensed from a licensed pharmacy pursuant to patient-specific prescriptions
  184. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following is the maximum amount of a Schedule II controlled substance a pharmacist may legally dispense?
  185. New Mexico state specfic question: The following information on a Schedule II prescription MAY NOT BE CHANGED by a pharmacist: I. Name of the drug II. Name of the prescriber III. Name of the patient
  186. New Mexico state specfic question: A minimum of how many hours per renewal period shall be in the subject area of pharmacy law offered by the New Mexico board of pharmacy?
  187. New Mexico state specfic question: A registrant with the DEA who wishes to discontinue distribution or dispensing of controlled substances shall: I. Return certificates of registration to the DEA II. Return all unexecuted order forms to the DEA III. Maintain invoices and disbursement records for a period of at least 3 years
  188. New Mexico state specfic question: Schedule III prescriptions may be refilled more than 5 times if: I. It is not absolutely not allowed in state of New Mexico II. All refills are processed within six months from the date written III. Total quantities are less than prescribed total quantity
  189. New Mexico state specfic question: A retail pharmacy that compounds 60 progesterone suppositories 100 mg may: I. Counsel patients regarding the appropriate use of the suppositories II. Dispense the suppositories upon receipt of a valid prescription III. Sell the stock supply to another pharmacy if so requested
  190. New Mexico state specfic question: Without an appropriate waiver, a child-restraint package is required for which of the following?
  191. New Mexico state specfic question: Assuming that a legal amount has been properly dispensed, which of the following prescription items may be sent by a pharmacist to a patient using the US Postal Service? I. Percodan tablets, #60 II. Tetracycline HCI, 250 mg capsules, #42 III. Ritalin, 5 mg tablets, #180
  192. New Mexico state specfic question: Which of the following established current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations?
  193. New Mexico state specfic question: Pharmacy law programs shall be offered:
 
NAPLEX > Laboratory Panels*22 Questions
 

  1. Hepatic panel includes all the following except:
  2. Enzymes panel includes all the followings except:
  3. RBC count decreases with:
  4. RBC count increases with: I. Diarrhea II. Anemias III. SLE
  5. Cardiac markers includes all the following except:
  6. Hematocrit is the: I. Hemoglobin mass II. RBC mass III. Measurement of the amount of space RBCs take up in the blood
  7. CBC with differential panel includes detection of all the followings except:
  8. Hemoglobin level decreases with:
  9. Hemoglobin level increases with:
  10. Electrolytes panel includes all the following elements except:
  11. Hematocrit is decreased with all the following conditions except:
  12. Coagulation panel includes all the followings except:
  13. Basic metabolic panel (BMP) includes detection of all the following elements except:
  14. ABG panel includes all the following except:
  15. Hematocrit is increased with all the following conditions except:
  16. What is a life span of RBCs?
  17. Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) includes detection of all the following elements except:
  18. Hematology panel includes all the followings except:
  19. Lipid profile includes all the following except:
  20. Thyroid function includes all the following elements except:
  21. Renal function panel includes all the following elements except:
  22. A hemogram consists of all the followings except:
 
NAPLEX > Home test kits (OTC)20 Questions
 

  1. Which blood pressure monitors are inaccurate?
  2. Home pregnancy tests are performed on:
  3. OTC pregrnancy tests have sensitivity of detecting:
  4. Mercury free glass thermometers can be sued for: I. Axillary use II. Rectal use III. Oral use
  5. What color indicates a positive test for a fecal occult blood test?
  6. Ovulation prediction tests measure levels of: I. HCG II. ACTH III. LH
  7. Home pregnancy tests are designed to detect the presence of:
  8. For the accurate result, a pregnancy test should be performed on:
  9. Which thermometer measures temperature faster than all others?
  10. Which of the following temerature measurement considered the gold standard method?
  11. Which ovulation prediction test has the shortest reaction time?
  12. Which of the followings is stool wipes for fecal occult blood tests? I. EZ-Detect Stool Blood test II. AccuStat Colorectal Disease Test III. LifeGuard
  13. When should a person test ovulation tests?
  14. The pregnancy tests are indicated for use as early as the:
  15. What is correct for patients when measuring blood pressure? I. Sit comforably without the back support II. Does not need to keep arms free of constrictive clothing III. Keep legs uncrossed and feet flat on floor
  16. The hCG hormone is detectable within:
  17. Home test kits are available for all the following except:
  18. Patients with type 1 diabetes should test for ketones when plasma glucose is greater than:
  19. If a pregnancy test is being perform on other than the morning urine, then: I. Avoid fluid intake for 4 to 6 hours II. Avoid fat food III. Avoid smoking ciggarette
  20. Which home pregnancy tests uses dipsticks? I. Clear Choice II. Fact Plus Select III. First Response Early Result
 
MPJE > FL Pharmacy Law
Chapter 893*
72 Questions
 

  1. “Finished product” means: I. A product that does not contain either 1,4-Butanediol or gamma-butyrolactone (GBL); or II. A product from which neither 1,4-Butanediol nor gamma-butyrolactone (GBL) can be readily extracted or readily synthesized and which is not sold for human consumption. III. A new substance is being created which is not controlled but which has a potential for abuse similar to or greater than the controlled substance
  2. Each written prescription prescribed by a practitioner in this state for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II to IV must include EXCEPT:
  3. Who can add a substance to a schedule? I. The Attorney General II. The DEA III. Secretary of HHS
  4. Schedule IV prescriptions may not be filled or refilled:
  5. The Department of Health may require the prescription blanks EXCEPT:
  6. The inventory records shall be kept and made available for:
  7. “Industrial product” means:
  8. It is unlawful for any person to sell, manufacture, or deliver, or possess with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, a controlled substance in, on, or:
  9. There shall appear on the face of the prescription or written record thereof for the controlled substance the following information EXCEPT:
  10. The term “listed essential chemical”: I. Means a chemical that may be used in manufacturing a controlled substance II. Means a nondrug, noncontrolled finished product that is not for human consumption. III. Means a chemical that may be used as a solvent, reagent, or catalyst in manufacturing a controlled substance
  11. A person may not knowingly obtain or deliver to an individual in any retail over-the-counter sale any nonprescription compound, mixture, or preparation containing ephedrine or related compounds:
  12. Prescription blanks are transferrable. True or false? I. False, the prescription blanks may not be transferred II. True III. True only if the prescribers have permission to do that (e.g. power of attorney)
  13. A pharmacist may dispense controlled substances under following conditions: I. The written prescription must be dated and signed by the prescribing practitioner on the day when issued. II. Oral prescriptions must be promptly reduced to writing by the pharmacist or recorded electronically III. A prescription for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II may be dispensed only upon a written or a facsimile prescription of a practitioner
  14. The department shall keep a full and complete record of all controlled substances or listed chemicals received and of all controlled substances or listed chemicals disposed of, showing: I. The schedule type of subtances destroyed II. The exact kinds, quantities, and forms of such controlled substances or listed chemicals III. The persons from whom received and to whom delivered
  15. Schedule V prescriptions may not be filled or refilled:
  16. The following may be distributed at retail without a prescription, but only by a registered pharmacist: I. Any compound, mixture, or preparation described in Schedule V. II. Any compounds, mixtures, and preparations may be dispensed to persons under age 18 only on prescription III. Any compound, mixture, or preparation containing any depressant or stimulant substance (non-schedule II or IV)
  17. What is correct with regards to the schedule III, IV or V prescription? I. They may be filled within 12 months of orignal written date II. They may be filled after 6 months if the prescriptions are renewed by the practioners III. They may not be filled after 6 months
  18. If the prescriber is not available to verify a prescription, the pharmacist may dispense the controlled substance but: I. May insist that the person to whom the controlled substance is dispensed provide valid photographic identification. II. May not receive any refill until it gets verified. III. May dispense only 72-hour supply
  19. If the pharmacy or retailer lacks the technology to access the electronic recordkeeping system and such pharmacy or retailer maintains a sales volume of:
  20. SCHEDULE III substance is:
  21. A prescribing practitioner may not EXCEPT:
  22. Carisoprodol is a:
  23. Affixed to the original container in which a controlled substance is delivered upon a prescription or authorized refill thereof, as hereinafter provided, there shall be a label bearing the following information EXCEPT:
  24. The electronic recordkeeping system of ephedrine related products shall record the following EXCEPT:
  25. The pharmacy dispensing the controlled substance shall submit to the electronic system, the following information for inclusion in the database EXCEPT:
  26. With regards to morphine sale, The total quantity of controlled substance listed in Schedule V which may be sold to any one purchaser within a given 48-hour period shall not exceed:
  27. Which schedule drugs prescription must include a written and a numerical notation of the quantity? I. Schedule II II. Schedule IV III. Schedule III
  28. The record of controlled substances received shall show EXCEPT:
  29. SCHEDULE V substance is:
  30. Schedule III prescriptions may not be filled or refilled:
  31. Which of the following information of a patient, a pharmacy or a practioner is NOT confidential?
  32. SCHEDULE IV substance is:
  33. Who cannot administer controlled substances in case of the absence of the prescriber? I. An intern practitioner II. A pharmacist III. A licensed nurse
  34. Dextromethorphan is scheduled as:
  35. A pharmacist may not dispense more than:
  36. The prescription shall be retained on file by the proprietor of the pharmacy in which it is filled for :
  37. SCHEDULE I substance is:
  38. What records should be kept separate from all other records? I. Prescription records II. Inventory records III. DEA registration
  39. Who can remove a substance from a schedule? I. The Attorney General II. The DEA III. Secretary of HHS
  40. Each written prescription prescribed by a practitioner in this state for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II, Schedule III, or Schedule IV must include: I. Numerical notation of the quantity of the controlled substance prescribed on the face of the prescription II. Written notation of the quantity of the controlled substance prescribed on the face of the prescription III. Computerized notation of the quantity of the controlled substance prescribed on the face of the prescription
  41. The department shall keep a full and complete record of all controlled substances or listed chemicals received and of all controlled substances or listed chemicals disposed of, showing o:
  42. A person purchasing, receiving, or otherwise acquiring any nonprescription compound, mixture, or preparation containing any detectable quantity of ephedrine or related compounds must: I. Sign his or her name on a record of the purchase, either on paper or on an electronic signature capture device. II. Produce a government-issued photo identification showing his or her name, date of birth, address, and photo identification number or an alternative form of identification acceptable under federal regulation III. Be at least 17 years of age.
  43. Any controlled substance listed in Schedule III or Schedule IV prescriptions: I. Oral prescriptions may not be dispensed more than a 34-day supply II. Must contain the date of the oral authorization. III. May be dispensed by a pharmacist upon an oral prescription if, before filling the prescription, the pharmacist reduces it to writing or records the prescription electronically
  44. When any controlled substance is dispensed by a practitioner, there shall be affixed to the original container in which the controlled substance is delivered a label on which appears EXCEPT:
  45. With regards to dihydrocodeine sale, The total quantity of controlled substance listed in Schedule V which may be sold to any one purchaser within a given 48-hour period shall not exceed:
  46. With regards to opium sale, The total quantity of controlled substance listed in Schedule V which may be sold to any one purchaser within a given 48-hour period shall not exceed:
  47. SCHEDULE II substance is:
  48. What is NOT the exemption from reporting under prescription drug monitoring program?
  49. Which are the ephedrine related compounds? I. Pseudoephedrine II. Phenylpropanolamine III. Dextromethorphan
  50. The prescription records shall be kept and made available for:
  51. Who can transfer a substance between schedules? I. The Attorney General II. Secretary of HHS III. The DEA
  52. In the event of the discovery of the theft or significant loss of controlled substances, report such theft or significant loss to the sheriff of that county:
  53. “controlled substance analog” means a substance which, due to its chemical structure and potential for abuse, meets the following criteria: I. Is substantially similar to that of a controlled substance listed in Schedule I, II, III, or IV. II. Has a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogenic effect on the central nervous system III. Is represented or intended to have a stimulant, depressant, or hallucinogenic effect on the central nervous system
  54. In case of emergency, a controlled substance may be dispensed upon oral prescription but is limited to:
  55. Which of the following is NOT an example of a precursor chemical?
  56. The term “listed precursor chemical”: I. Means a chemical that may be used as a solvent, reagent, or catalyst in manufacturing a controlled substance II. Means a nondrug, noncontrolled finished product that is not for human consumption. III. Means a chemical that may be used in manufacturing a controlled substance
  57. What is correct with regards to the emergency refill of a controlled substance prescription? I. A prescription for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II may not be refilled. II. A prescription for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II may be dispensed only upon a written prescription of a practitioner, except that in an emergency situation, as defined by regulation of the Department of Health, such controlled substance may be dispensed upon oral prescription III. In case of emergency, a controlled substance may be dispensed upon oral prescription but is limited to a 7-day supply
  58. Which of the following is NOT an example of an essential chemical?
  59. A controlled substance in a commercial container bears a label showing: I. The name and address of the manufacturer II. The identifying symbol for such substance III. The quantity, kind, and form of controlled substance contained therein
  60. When should a pharmacy make a complete and accurate record of all stocks of controlled substances on hand?
  61. “designer drug” means:
  62. The Attorney General shall consider the following factors with respect to each substance proposed to be controlled or removed from control: I. The scope, duration, and significance of abuse. II. Its actual or relative potential for abuse. III. Whether the substance is an immediate precursor of a substance
  63. A comprehensive electronic database system, for prescription drug monitoring program: I. Shall be consistent with standards of the American Society for Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP). II. Shall be designed to provide information regarding dispensed prescriptions of controlled substances III. Shall also comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  64. If a controlled substance prescription is needed for an animal then the prescription should be written with EXCEPT:
  65. If a person dies of an apparent drug overdose, A medical examiner who is preparing a report shall include in the report information identifying each prescribed controlled substance listed in: I. Schedule II drugs II. Schedule IV drugs III. Schedule III drugs
  66. The record of all controlled substances sold, administered, dispensed, or otherwise disposed of shall show EXCEPT:
  67. With regards to codeine sale, the total quantity of controlled substance listed in Schedule V which may be sold to any one purchaser within a given 48-hour period shall not exceed:
  68. “controlled substance analog”:
  69. “Potential for abuse” means that a substance has properties of a central nervous system stimulant or depressant or an hallucinogen that create a substantial likelihood of its being: I. Used in large amounts after starting controlled drugs' prescriptions II. Taken on the user’s own initiative rather than on the basis of professional medical advice III. Diverted from legal channels and distributed through illegal channels
  70. Any person purchasing, receiving, or otherwise acquiring any nonprescription compound, mixture, or preparation containing any detectable quantity of ephedrine or related compounds must:
  71. Each time a controlled substance is dispensed to an individual, the controlled substance shall be reported to the department through the system as soon thereafter as possible, but:
  72. “Controlled substance analog” does not include EXCEPT:
 
MPJE > FL Pharmacy Law
Chapter 465*
61 Questions
 

  1. The board members are confirmed by: I. The Senator II. State civilians (by voting) III. The Governor
  2. What is correct with regards to the fingerprints of pharmacy owners? I. The department shall annually submit the fingerprints provided by the applicant to the Department of Law Enforcement for a state criminal history records check. II. The Department of Law Enforcement shall annually forward the fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a national criminal history records check. III. Fingerprints can be used to identify owners in case of judicial property problems
  3. A practitioner who confines her or his activities to the dispensing of complimentary packages of medicinal drugs to the practitioner’s own patients in the regular course of her or his practice, The practitioner must dispense such drugs in the manufacturer’s labeled package with: I. Date dispensed II. The practitioner’s name III. Patient’s name
  4. What is NOT correct with regards to the Medicaid audits of pharmacies?
  5. Upon receipt of a prescription transfer request, the pharmacist or pharmacy must do all of the following EXCEPT:
  6. An application for a pharmacy permit must include a set of fingerprints from each person having an ownership interest of :
  7. Which of the followings does NOT call for a disciplinary action?
  8. The board members are appointed by: I. The Senator II. State civilians (by voting) III. The Governor
  9. What is NOT correct with regards to automated pharmacy systems used by long-term care facilities, hospices, or state NOT correctional institutions?
  10. The permittee shall notify the department:
  11. A practitioner registered under this section may not dispense a controlled substance listed in Schedule II or Schedule III except: I. The dispensing of controlled substances in the health care system of the Department of Corrections. II. The dispensing of a controlled substance listed in Schedule II or Schedule III in connection with the performance of a surgical procedure III. The dispensing of complimentary packages of medicinal drugs which are labeled as a drug sample or complimentary drug
  12. Prior to dispensing any transferred prescription, the dispensing pharmacist must do all of the following EXCEPT:
  13. The term institutional pharmacy includes:
  14. The department shall examine each pharmacist applicant who the board certifies has: I. Submitted satisfactory proof that she or he is not less than 18 years of age II. Submitted satisfactory proof that she or he has completed an internship program approved by the board III. An applicant has completed a minimum of 500 hours in a supervised work activity program within this state
  15. The board of pharmacy shall consist of: I. 9 members II. 7 members III. 11 members
  16. True or false? It is unlawful for any person to pay or receive any commission, bonus, kickback, or rebate or engage in any split-fee arrangement in any form whatsoever with any physician, surgeon, organization, agency, or person, either directly or indirectly, for patients referred to a pharmacy.: I. True II. Drug samples should not be provided free either III. False
  17. What is NOT correct with regards to the nuclear pharmacist?
  18. Labeling requirements that permit the use of unit-dose medications if the facility, hospice, or institution maintains medication-administration records that include directions for use of the medication and the automated pharmacy system identifies EXCEPT:
  19. A pharmacy technician applicant: I. Is at least 17 years of age II. Has completed a pharmacy technician training program approved by the Board of Pharmacy III. Enrolled in an program at an accredited school or college of pharmacy
  20. Affixed to the container containing a medicinal drug dispensed pursuant to a formulary drug shall be a label bearing the following information EXCEPT:
  21. The term special pharmacy includes every:
  22. A licensed pharmacist may not supervise more than:
  23. What is correct with regards to the prescription department manager? I. A registered pharmacist may not serve as the prescription department manager in more than two locations unless approved by the board II. The prescription department manager must ensure the security of the prescription department. III. The prescription department manager of a permittee must obtain and maintain all drug records required by any state or federal law to be obtained by a pharmacy
  24. The policy and procedures manual of using common database shall include the following information EXCEPT:
  25. The term Internet pharmacy includes:
  26. A nonresident pharmacy: I. Any pharmacy which employ the services of a registered pharmacist or pharmacists who, in practicing institutional pharmacy, shall provide dispensing and consulting services on the premises to patients of that institution, for use on the premises of that institution. II. Any pharmacy in which all medicinal drugs are administered from individual prescription containers to the individual patient and in which medicinal drugs are not dispensed on the premises III. Any pharmacy which is located outside this state and which ships, mails, or delivers, in any manner, a dispensed medicinal drug into this state
  27. Modified Class II institutional pharmacies must meet all the requirements for Class II permit except: I. Space requirements II. Equipment requirement III. Record keeping requirement
  28. What is correct with regards to the facsimile of prescription? I. The facsimile system making the transmission provides the pharmacy receiving the transmission with audio communication via telephonic, electronic, or similar means with the person presenting the prescription. II. At the time of the delivery of the medicinal drugs, the pharmacy has in its possession the original prescription for the medicinal drug involved. III. The recipient of the prescription shall sign a log and shall indicate the name and address of both the recipient and the patient for whom the medicinal drug was prescribed.
  29. Promoting sale of certain drugs prohibited for: I. Any controlled substances II. Legend drugs III. OTC drugs
  30. The pharmacy shall notify the department:
  31. The continuing education requirements for reactivating a pharmacist license shall be:
  32. A pharmacist must collect:
  33. The term community pharmacy includes:
  34. Substitution of drugs are allowed unless: I. In the case of a prescription that is electronically generated and transmitted, the prescriber makes an overt act when transmitting the prescription to indicate that the brand name drug prescribed is not medically necessary. II. In the case of an oral prescription, the prescriber expressly indicates to the pharmacist that the brand name drug prescribed is medically necessary III. The prescriber writes the words “MEDICALLY NECESSARY,” in her or his own handwriting, on the face of a written prescription
  35. A practitioner who confines her or his activities to the dispensing of complimentary packages of medicinal drugs to the practitioner’s own patients in the regular course of her or his practice. If the practitioner dispenses such drugs not in the manufacturer’s labeled package, then they should be labeled with: I. Patient’s name II. Name and strength of drug III. Directions for use
  36. The manufacturer, repackager, or other distributor of any medicinal drug shall display the expiration date of each drug in a: I. Conspicuous format II. Bold letters III. Underlined format
  37. Pharmacies that share common database must meet the following conditions EXCEPT:
  38. “Class I institutional pharmacies”: I. Are those institutional pharmacies which employ the services of a registered pharmacist or pharmacists who, in practicing institutional pharmacy, shall provide dispensing and consulting services on the premises to patients of that institution, for use on the premises of that institution. II. Are those institutional pharmacies in short-term, primary care treatment centers only III. Are those institutional pharmacies in which all medicinal drugs are administered from individual prescription containers to the individual patient and in which medicinal drugs are not dispensed on the premises
  39. What is correct with regards to the centralized prescription filling? I. A pharmacy licensed under this chapter may perform centralized prescription filling for another pharmacy, provided that the pharmacies have same or different owner without a written contract II. Each pharmacy performing or contracting for the performance of centralized prescription filling pursuant must maintain a policy and procedures manual III. The responsibilities of each pharmacy and the manner in which the pharmacies will comply with federal and state laws, rules, and regulations
  40. Any registered pharmacy technician registered pursuant before January 1, 2011, who has worked as a pharmacy technician for:
  41. Each pharmacist certified to administer a vaccine or epinephrine autoinjection:
  42. The board allows: I. Permit transfer II. Biennial permit renewal III. Change of location of a business
  43. The policy and procedures manual for centralized prescription filling shall include the following information EXCEPT:
  44. A registered pharmacy technician shall complete:
  45. The term nuclear pharmacy includes every:
  46. The required records documenting prescription drug distributions must be maintained for:
  47. The pharmacist may dispense a onetime emergency refill of up to:
  48. What is correct with regards to the substitutions of drugs? I. The Board of Pharmacy and the Board of Medicine shall establish by rule a formulary of generic drug type and brand name drug products which are determined by the boards to demonstrate clinically significant biological or therapeutic inequivalence II. Upon adoption of the formulary required by this subsection, and upon each addition, deletion, or modification to the formulary, the Board of Pharmacy shall mail a copy to each manager of the prescription department of each community pharmacy III. Any pharmacist substituting a less expensive drug product shall pass on to the consumer the full amount of the savings realized by such substitution
  49. What is correct with regards to the consultant pharmacist? I. The consultant pharmacist shall be responsible for maintaining all drug records required by law and for establishing drug handling procedures for the safe handling and storage of drugs. II. The consultant pharmacist may also be responsible for ordering and evaluating any laboratory or clinical testing when, in the judgment of the consultant pharmacist, such activity is necessary for the proper performance of the consultant pharmacist’s responsibilities. III. The consultant pharmacist must have completed such additional training and demonstrate such additional qualifications in the practice of institutional pharmacy as shall be required by the board in addition to licensure as a registered pharmacist.
  50. A pharmacy applicant must notify the department of the identity of the prescription department manager:
  51. What is correct with regards to pharmacy technician continuation education? I. 2 hours must be related to the prevention of medication errors and pharmacy law II. Hours must be via live presentation III. 1 hour must be related to HIV
  52. Which of the followings applies to a pharmacist seeking to administer vaccines to adults? I. The certification program shall, at a minimum, require that the pharmacist attend at least 20 hours of continuing education classes approved by the board. II. The pharmacist must be certified to administer such vaccines pursuant to a certification program approved by the Board of Pharmacy in consultation with the Board of Medicine and the Board of Osteopathic Medicine. III. The program shall have a curriculum of instruction concerning the safe and effective administration of such vaccines, including, but not limited to, potential allergic reactions to such vaccines.
  53. The emergency prescription refill can be done on the following situations EXCEPT:
  54. Any change in location, names, and titles of a nonresident pharmacy:
  55. A non-resident pharmacy should be open for:
  56. A pharmacist may administer EXCEPT:
  57. In developing the formulary of medicinal drug products, the committee may include products falling within the following categories EXCEPT:
  58. What is correct with regards to the toll-free number for a nonresident pharmacy? I. A toll-free number should be provided on patient package insert. II. A toll-free telephone service shall be provided to facilitate communication between patients in this state and a pharmacist at the pharmacy who has access to the patient’s records. III. This toll-free number must be disclosed on the label affixed to each container of dispensed medicinal drugs
  59. A nonresident pharmacy should be open form:
  60. What is correct with regards to the board members? I. At least one member of the board must be younger than 60 years of age II. Seven members of the board must be licensed pharmacists who are residents of this state and who have been engaged in the practice of the profession of pharmacy in this state for at least 4 years and, to the extent practicable, represent the various pharmacy practice settings. III. No person may be appointed as a consumer member who is in any way connected with a drug manufacturer or wholesaler.
  61. What is correct with regards to renewal of pharmacist license? I. Any person licensed under this chapter for 60 years or more is exempt from the payment of the renewal or delinquent fee, and the department shall issue a lifetime license to such a person. II. The department shall renew a license upon receipt of the renewal application, verification of compliance with continuing professional pharmaceutical education. III. The department shall adopt rules establishing a procedure for the biennial renewal of licenses.
 
MPJE > Medical Devices*13 Questions
 

  1. What is restricted devices? I. These devices need performance Standards assure safety and effectiveness for those products which are not generally safe and effective through the General Controls Standards II. These devices need premarket Approval applies to life-supporting or life-sustaining devices. III. The FDA has the authority to restrict the sale, distribution, or use of a device to prescription only if there is potential for harm if the device is not used properly.
  2. Medical devices are regulated by: I. The Office of Device Regulation II. The Center for Devices and Radiological Health III. The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
  3. Examples of class III devices include EXCEPT:
  4. All class I devices must meet the following requirements EXCEPT:
  5. Class I devices: I. Are not safe according to general controls II. Have very low potential to cause harm III. Are very simple by design
  6. Class II devices must meet the following requirements EXCEPT:
  7. Examples of class II devices include EXCEPT:
  8. Premarket approval applies to: I. Class III devices II. Class II devices III. Class III devices
  9. Examples of restricted devices include: I. Diaphragms II. TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) units III. Antiembolism stockings
  10. General controls applies to: I. Class II devices II. Class III devices III. Class I devices
  11. What is correct with regards to the class III devices? I. Those devices that if used improperly may cause unreasonable risk or illness or injury to a person. II. These devices must meet the standards set forth in Class I and Class II in addition to premarket approval of Class III. III. Class III devices are life-supporting or life-sustaining devices.
  12. Examples of class I devices include EXCEPT:
  13. Performance controls applies to: I. Class III devices II. Class II devices III. Class I devices
 
MPJE > The Orange Book*19 Questions
 

  1. What is NOT correct with regards to RLD (Reference Listed Drug)?
  2. The Orange Book's equivalent code AA?
  3. The Orange Book's equivalent code AO?
  4. Pharmaceutical alternatives:
  5. Which book provides information on substitutions and equivalency?
  6. Generic Drug Product Information & Patent Information available in online Orange Book is updated:
  7. Single source products:
  8. Multisource drug products:
  9. The Orange Book's equivalent code AN?
  10. The orange book data is updated:
  11. The Orange Book's equivalent code AT?
  12. Orange book does not cover: I. Drugs are marketed between 1938 and 1990 II. Drugs are marketed between 1938 and 1962 III. Grand fathered drugs
  13. If a therapeutic code starts with A, then: I. Products are not therapeutically equivalent. The problem usually is with dosage forms not the active ingredients in the drug products. II. Products are considered to be 90% bioequivalent to RLD (Reference Listed Drug) III. Products are considered to be therapeutically equivalent to other pharmaceutically equivalent products
  14. The FDA utilizes the following criteria to determine if a drug product is a therapeutic equivalent EXCEPT:
  15. Therapeutic equivalents:
  16. The Orange Book's equivalent code AB?
  17. Pharmaceutical equivalence:
  18. The Orange Book's equivalent code AP?
  19. Bioequivalent drug products:
 
MPJE > MPJE Laws34 Questions
 

  1. Which act established GMP for manufacturers?
  2. What is the function of the Executive branch?
  3. What is in the NF monographs?
  4. Which Act created a fast track for approval of drugs for life-threatening diseases?
  5. Which act authorized oral prescriptions and refills for legend prescriptions?
  6. Which act authorized health claims (in compliance with FDA rules) on food?
  7. Which act mandated the storage, handling and recordkeeping of drug samples?
  8. Which act banned the reimportation of prescription drugs except by the manufacturer or for emergency use?
  9. Which act gave patent extensions to certain brand name manufacturers?
  10. Appropriate or not for dietary supplements? - Helps maintain healthy intestinal flora
  11. What is the function of the Judicial Branch of the government?
  12. Appropraite or not for dietary supplements? - Cranberry tablets prevent UTIs
  13. Which act requires to states to license warehouse drug distributor?
  14. What is the purpose of the Legislative branch?
  15. Which Act created databank for clinical trials?
  16. Appropriate or not for dietary supplement? - Cranberry tablets increase the acidity of urine and help to maintain a healthy urinary tract.
  17. What is stare Decisis?
  18. Which act gave incentives to develop new drugs?
  19. Which act mandated nutrition labelign on food products?
  20. Which act Established the Good Manufacturing Practices?
  21. What did Pure FDA Act 1906 do?
  22. If a drug does not meet _____ standards, then it is considered misbranded or adulterated.
  23. Which act required that Dietary supplements be proven unsafe by the FDA before it can be removed from the market?
  24. Which act streamlined the generic drug approval process?
  25. Orphan disease affects:
  26. Which act established GMP for manufacturers?
  27. Which act authorized oral prescriptions and refills for legend prescriptions?
  28. Which act greatly expanded the FDAs authority over OTCs?
  29. Which Act transferred jurisdiciton of Rx advertising from the FTC to the FDA?
  30. Which Act required more extensive controls for clinical investigators (informed consent / reporting of ADRs)?
  31. Which Act required that drugs be proven BOTH safe and effective?
  32. What is not correct with regards to FDCA 1938?
  33. Which act banned the sale, trade or purchase of drug samples?
  34. A drug that claims to be _________ recognized but is not is misbranded or adulterated.
 
MPJE > MPJE Forms15 Questions
 

  1. Which is the renewal form for DEA registration for an independent pharmacy?
  2. Renewal of Narcotic Treatment Program (NTP)
  3. Which form should be filled by pharmacies requiring greater volumes of alcohol may choose to purchase tax free alcohol?
  4. Which for should be filled out if a pharmacy has reported more than ____ percent of controlled substances?
  5. Report of Theft of Loss of Controlled Substance can be done by filling:
  6. Which form should be filled out for application for New Registration?
  7. Which form should be used for application for Registration of Narcotic Treatment Program (NTP)
  8. Requisition form for the form used to order Class II Controlled Substances
  9. Chemical Distributors Registration can be carried out by filling:
  10. Retail Pharmacy Registration for Chain renewal
  11. Which form should be filled for Registrants Inventory of Drugs Surrendered, Authorization from DEA to destroy damaged, outdated or unwanted controlled substances?
  12. Hospital Request for Methadone Detoxification Treatment is:
  13. Which DEA form is needed to manufacture or distribute controlled substances?
  14. DEA for for physicians authorized to administer and dispense narcotic drugs for treament of detoxification
  15. Application form for approval of use of narcotic drugs in a treatment program is:
 
MPJE > MPJE Deadlines/Timings67 Questions
 

  1. Phase 1 clinical trial is performed form period of time of usually:
  2. Any control drug prescription should be presented to a pharmacy within:
  3. How many days per week a pharmacy store should be kept open?
  4. After how many years of experience as a pharmacist is required to exempt from the renewal license fees?
  5. How long a pharmacist license is valid for?
  6. How long is maintenance period for opioid addiction?
  7. What is the life of the patent?
  8. Within how many days the DEA sends the destruction letter before actual date of destruction?
  9. How long the audit of stocking for decentralized automated medication system should be kept?
  10. How long the treatment records of addiction should be kept?
  11. Within how many days a thalidomide prescription should be filled?
  12. How often FDA inspect a manufacturer?
  13. Within how many days an owner must notify DEA for transferring business?
  14. Which of the following detoxification period is considered a long term detoxification?
  15. How often do manufacturers of controlled substances have to register?
  16. Orange book data is updated:
  17. How long a patient should abstain long acting opioids while the addiction is being treated by naltrexone?
  18. How often do dispensers of controlled substances have to register?
  19. Re-registration for manufacturers of schedule I or II drugs can be applied:
  20. Within what time a partial fill of schedule II drugs must be filled?
  21. How many days supply can a prescriber order on phone for control substances?
  22. What should be the minimum required age to buy third class of drugs?
  23. Within what time a partial fill of schedule II drugs for terminal ill patients must be filled?
  24. How often a computer prescription data should be backed up?
  25. Within what time frame an endorsement of DEA form 222 should be submitted?
  26. How long is the DEA registration is valid for?
  27. What is the minimum age for an employee to work as per disability act?
  28. How long is short term detoxification period?
  29. If a substance A was schedule as schedule V, CSA has rescheduled it to Schedule III. Within how many days all commercial containers of the substance A should be relabeled with new schedule sign?
  30. Re-registration for manufacturers/distributors/dispensers can be applied:
  31. How often research sponsors must submit an MTM program description to CMS for review and approval?
  32. What period of addiction an addict should have to put in Opioid Addiction Treatment?
  33. Within what time a death or serious bodily injury caused to a person by a medical device must be reported to FDA?
  34. If a pharmacy loans schedule II drugs without using DEA form 222, it may subject to imprisonment of:
  35. How often the board inspect prescription Area?
  36. How long is the term for board of pharmacy members?
  37. How long a pharmacy should keep the prescription records?
  38. How long inventories records are kept according to FDCA?
  39. Within how many days the DEA reply to an owner for keeping controlled substances at central location?
  40. What period supply of methadone can be given to an addict in emergency situations?
  41. All transactions of ephedrine containing products sale must be reported to DEA:
  42. Within how many days a supplier has to provide the partial fill of schedule II substances?
  43. Within how many days a supplier must rep or to DEA about e222 filling using digital certificate?
  44. How often the USP is published?
  45. How often a pharmacist has to collect the CE credits?
  46. If a pharmacy looses the part of prescription records, within how many days the pharmacy should inform the board?
  47. A prescriber must send emergency filled schedule II drugs' prescriptions within:
  48. How long the DEA form 222 must be kept in a pharmacy for inspection?
  49. Generic drug product information and patent information are updated:
  50. How long the HIPAA records must be kept for?
  51. How many days supply should be provided for thalidomide prescription?
  52. How long a patient should abstain short acting opioids while the addiction is being treated by naltrexone?
  53. NAPLEX score is valid for:
  54. How long the transaction records for all the control substances for decentralized automated medication system should be kept?
  55. Total patent life of the drug product cannot exceed:
  56. How long should a pharmacist maintain the records of vaccination given by the pharmacist?
  57. Child-resistant package test should be carried out on: I. 50 to 70 years old patients II. Less than 5 years old children III. 55 to 75 years old patients
  58. How often a pharmacy should take an inventory of controlled substances?
  59. How old a pharmacist should be?
  60. Re-registration for importers can be applied:
  61. A pregnancy test must be performed for first 4 weeks of thalidomide therapy:
  62. How often cGMP inspections are carried out?
  63. If a pharmacy buys new software for prescription dispensing, how long the old prescription information should be kept?
  64. How many hours per week a pharmacy store should be kept open?
  65. How often do distributors of controlled substances have to register?
  66. Code of Federal Regulations are published:
  67. How often a personnel media-fill test should be performed?
 
MPJE > Adulterated and Misbranding32 Questions
 

  1. If a empty container contains dead ant in it, it is considered:
  2. If drug held under unsanitary conditions, then it is considered:
  3. If drug contains filthy substance, then it is considered:
  4. If a drug expires on 01/01/2010 and a pharmacist sells it on 02/01/2010, it is considered:
  5. If a pharmacy advertising about drug samples, it is considered:
  6. If a prescription drug label does not contain the distributor information, then it is considered:
  7. If a prescription drug label does not mention about net quantity, then it is considered:
  8. If a prescription drug label does not mention quanitity of active ingredient in each dosage unit, then it is considered:
  9. If a prescription IV drug label does not mention the route on it, then it is considered:
  10. If drug contains deleterious substance, then it is considered:
  11. If drug the drug labeling is misleading, then it is considered:
  12. If a prescription drug label does not mention the number of dosage units, then it is considered:
  13. If a prescription drug label does not contain - Rx Only legend on it, then it is considered:
  14. If an OTC Cosmetic product label has ingredients listed in ascending order, then it is considered:
  15. If a prescription drug label does not mention about manufacturer's lot number, then it is considered:
  16. If drug packaged in paper which reduces the quality of drug, then it is considered:
  17. If drug contains contaminated substance, then it is considered:
  18. If drug contains putrid substance, then it is considered:
  19. If a prescription drug label does not contain drug name, then it is considered:
  20. If a drug passes its expiration, then it is considered:
  21. If drug's manufacturer does not confirm cGMPs, then it is considered:
  22. If drug mixed with other drug which reduces the strength, then it is considered:
  23. If a prescription PO drug label does not mention the route on it, then it is considered:
  24. If a prescription drug label does not mention about expiration date, then it is considered:
  25. If a prescription drug label does not mention federal warning of transfer, then it is considered:
  26. If drug strength differs from what it says on label, then it is considered:
  27. If a prescription drug label does not contain the name of manufacturer, then it is considered:
  28. If PPI is not provided by a pharmacist, then it is considered:
  29. If drug contains decomposed substance, then it is considered:
  30. If a prescription drug label does not mention about special storage instructions, then it is considered:
  31. If drug purpots to be a drug in USP and its strength differs from, then it is considered:
  32. If drug contains poisonous substance, then it is considered:
 
MPJE > Special Warnings for some drugs15 Questions
 

  1. Which of the following ingredients containing prescription drugs must contain an allergy warning in the warning section of the labeling?
  2. Ipecac fluid extract is ________ times stronger than syrup
  3. Why isoprterenol inhalation preparations requires warning not to exceed dose prescribed and contact physician if difficulty breathing persists?
  4. Which of the following requires warning to only be taken at bedtime and not to be used in infants unless under adive of a physician?
  5. A special warning is required if methyl salicylate is used more than:
  6. Which must disclose presence and provide warning in "precautions" section of label that it may cause allergic reaction in certain susceptible persons?
  7. Retail container of 1.25 grain (pediatric) aspirin cannot be sold in container holding more than:
  8. Which drug must have special warnings for use in children including warning regards in Reye's syndrome?
  9. Ipecac syrup may only be sold in:
  10. Which of the following needs warning about possible kidney damage when taking in large amounts or for long period of time?
  11. Ipecac syrup must appear: "For emergency use to cause vomiting in posioning. Before using, call physician, the poison prevention center or hospital emergency room immediately for advice.". How should it be presented on bottle?
  12. Which of the following requires information on label not to use during pregnancy?
  13. Sodium phosphates oral solution OTC container must be supplied in:
  14. Ipecac syrup should not be used in:
  15. Which of the following must contain warning in "precautions" section of labelling the following effect: Phenylketonuric: Cotains ___ mg of phenylalalnin per ___ (dosage unit)?
 
MPJE > New Drug Development Process46 Questions
 

  1. New salt of alprazolam is more effective than alprazolam, it is classified as:
  2. Post-marketing surveillance of a new drug is:
  3. Phase 4 is conducted after:
  4. The primary purpose of phase 1 is:
  5. NDA application should be submitted after:
  6. If a drug is a new combniation of two or more drugs, it is classified as:
  7. The diseased humans are tested in:
  8. If a manufacturer changes the labeling of a drug, the manufacturer should submit:
  9. Which phase needs the informed consent from a patient before study?
  10. What should be submitted by a manufacturer to FDA each year after NDA approval?
  11. The treatment IND status will be given to drugs those are in: Phase I
  12. Phase II
  13. Phase III
  14. If a drug shows a major therapeutic gain and there is no effective drug in market, it is considered:
  15. IND must be submitted to FDA before a drug may be administered to:
  16. Pre-clinical studies are performed on:
  17. What should be submitted to FDA in IND application?
  18. Which phases are conducted under direct supervision of sponsor only? I. Phase I
  19. Phase II
  20. Phase III
  21. If a drug has new formulation which is already approved, it is classified as:
  22. If a new drug is similar to other drugs on market, it is classified as:
  23. What is the advantage of getting orphan drug status? I. Tax relief II. Exclusive marketing rights III. Faster NDA approval
  24. If a drug is not marketed in US before, it is classified as:
  25. A manufacturer can market a drug after:
  26. How many phases of clinical trials before the final approval?
  27. ANDA is usually submitted by:
  28. If a drug has a new therapeutic use and approved before, it i classified as:
  29. If a manufacturer changes the drug synthesis process, the manufacturer should submit:
  30. If a drug is derivative of an approved drug, it is classified as:
  31. A hospital clinical pharmacist is most likely to participate in which phase of clinical trials?
  32. Treatment INDs are performed on patients who are in:
  33. Who grants "Fast Track" status to a drug?
  34. A manufacturer recently discovered that their approved Drug A is six months more stable, what should the manufacturer submit?
  35. The smallest group of humans is being tested in:
  36. If a drug has new molecular structure, it is classified as:
  37. A drug with potential use for AIDS, it is classified as:
  38. Fast track status to a drug is given for a drug which treats:
  39. If a drug is being manufacturered by a new company, it is classified as:
  40. If a drug that is being considered for nonprescription status, it is classified as:
  41. ANDA is mostly concerned on:
  42. How long it takes for FDA to review a NDA application?
  43. Orphan drug status is given to a drug that treats a disease which affects less than:
  44. A drug is used for a life threateining or severely debilitating disease, it is classified as:
  45. If a drug has orphan drug status, it is classified as:
  46. Which of the following disease is suitable for treatment INDs?
  47. How long it takes for FDA to approve submitted INDs?
  48. The large groups of patients are tested in:
  49. Which phase study is double-blinded study?
  50. If a drug is put on hold unitl submitted information has been further validated, it is classified as:
 
MPJE > Drug Naming System33 Questions
 

  1. Waxman hatch has extended the patent period of:
  2. A publication that contains listing of NDC numbers with its identity:
  3. First five digits of NDC refers to:
  4. GMP guidelines assures:
  5. All prescription drugs manufacturer label must contain NDC number. Is that right?
  6. If drug X name is changed to drug Y, who gives the approval of that?
  7. NDC code is based on:
  8. What is Red Book?
  9. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 02234 indicates:
  10. Who gives the nonproprietary name of a drug?
  11. All prescription drugs marketed in US must have:
  12. Who have sponsored USAN?
  13. Manufacturer number which is a part of NDC is also known as:
  14. How long is NDC code?
  15. Drug A is approved in 2002. The manufacturer conducted pediatric studies in 2010. What will be the extension period of the patent protection?
  16. What was the period of exclusive patent rights for innovators in 1984?
  17. Why brand name drug is more expensive than generic drug?
  18. A distinct drug name is given based on:
  19. Who assigns the manufacturer number which is a part of NDC?
  20. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 09 indicates:
  21. Who gives the final approval of a drug name?
  22. What is Blue Book?
  23. Manufacturers must be registered with:
  24. Who assigns the specific drug ID that is a part of NDC?
  25. Around up to what period the extension of patent protection a manufacturer can get, if the manufacturer performs pediatric population studies?
  26. Do generic manufacturers need to wait until a new drug patent expires to conduct basic research?
  27. If a Drug X is discontinued in market, can other drug use Drug X's NDC?
  28. Middle 4 numbers of NDC refers to:
  29. FDA inspects manufacturer's facilities every:
  30. What is NDC?
  31. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 2342 indicates:
  32. The specific drug ID that is a part of NDC is also known as:
  33. Waxman hatch amendments are also known as:
 
MPJE > National Drug Code (NDC)32 Questions
 

  1. A publication that contains listing of NDC numbers with its identity:
  2. NDC stands for:
  3. First five digits of NDC refers to:
  4. What is the length of NDC? I. 9 digits II. 10 digits III. 11 digits
  5. All prescription drugs manufacturer label must contain NDC number. Is that right?
  6. NDC code is based on:
  7. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 02234 indicates:
  8. First five digits of NDC number identifies: I. Manufacturer II. Specific drug III. Package
  9. Manufacturer number which is a part of NDC is also known as:
  10. How long is NDC code?
  11. What are the NDC exceptions? I. Vaccines II. Some immune globulins III. Radiopharmaceutical drugs
  12. Which is the product code in NDC 20049-4452-12? I. 4452 II. 20049 III. 12
  13. What is correct with regards to the NDC number? I. It varies with respect to the manufacturing sites II. It identifies the drug dosage form III. It facilitates the automated processing of drug data.
  14. NDC is made of: I. Symbols II. Alphabets III. Numbers
  15. What does a NDC identify? I. It identifies a particular drug product. II. It identifies a particular drug by manufacturer. III. It identifies a particular drug package.
  16. Which is the labeler code in NDC 20049-4452-12? I. 4452 II. 12 III. 20049
  17. Pharmacist can compound only it: I. The pharmacist has valid compounding prescription II. The drug has valid NDC number III. The drug is approved by FDA
  18. Who assigns the manufacturer number which is a part of NDC?
  19. Which is the incorrect NDC from the following?
  20. What is incorrect with regards to the NDC number? I. NDC is made of 10 or 11 digits II. NDC helps to process drug information for insurance agencies. III. FDA mandates manufacturers to place NDC numbers on labels.
  21. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 09 indicates:
  22. Who assigns the specific drug ID that is a part of NDC?
  23. Last two digits of NDC number identifies: I. Package II. Manufacturer III. Specific drug
  24. If a Drug X is discontinued in market, can other drug use Drug X's NDC?
  25. Middle 4 numbers of NDC refers to:
  26. What is NDC?
  27. If a drug has and NDC of 02234-2342-09, the 2342 indicates:
  28. The specific drug ID that is a part of NDC is also known as:
  29. Which part of NDC number identifies a specific drug? I. Middle 4 digits II. Last 2 digits III. First 4 digits
  30. Which is the package code in 20049-4452-12? I. 12 II. 4452 III. 20049
  31. What is the correct order for the 3 segments of the NDC code? I. Package Code II. Labeler Code III. Product Code
  32. New Jersey state specfic question: unit doses must contain: I. NDC code II. Use by date III. Lot number
 
MPJE > Product Labeling Rules49 Questions
 

  1. Category A pregnancy demostrates:
  2. Bar-code rule does not apply to
  3. Bar-codes should be on:
  4. Expiration date requirement for unit dose packaged at hospital is:
  5. What section of package insert contains pregnancy related information?
  6. What should be listed at begining of package insert?
  7. A package insert is part of:
  8. Wrapper is the part of:
  9. What extra information should Med Pak have?
  10. Med Paks expiration date should not exceed _____ from the date of its preparation.
  11. What should be listed at the end of package insert?
  12. Package insert should contain:
  13. What is Med Pak?
  14. Package inserts are required to contain:
  15. DailyMed provides information on:
  16. Coloring agent can be present in:
  17. What things should appear on manufacturer's label?
  18. Package insert should contain as per new FDA guidelines:
  19. The prescription information printed by pharmacist (not the sticker) is a part of:
  20. Who has developed product bard code indentification standards?
  21. If you are having scanning problem with manufacture bar code, where should you report?
  22. The bar code must contain:
  23. DailyMed is available:
  24. FDA forces to use bar-code for:
  25. Bar code is a part of:
  26. Highlights section of package insert refers to:
  27. Bar coding of medications reduces:
  28. Category C pregnancy demostrates:
  29. Package insert should provide:
  30. Coloring agents MUST NOT be present in:
  31. Category D pregnancy demostrates:
  32. Category X pregnancy demostrates:
  33. Parenteral products do not need to list:
  34. Define:labeling
  35. All ingredients should be listed EXCEPT:
  36. Category C pregnancy demostrates:
  37. Which are the category X rated drugs?
  38. Which law states that drugs do not need adequate directio for use if they are intended for dispensing by pharmacists?
  39. Which is exemption of imprinting code on oral dosage forms?
  40. According to FDCA 1938, all drug products had to be labeled with:
  41. What should be listed at begining of package insert?
  42. Name the compedia of inactive ingredients:
  43. Inactive ingredients should be listed:
  44. Category B preganncy demostrates:
  45. Which law stats to have caution on label: Federal law prohibits dispensing without a prescription?
  46. Each unit dose package must include:
  47. Sticker on the container of a drug product
  48. Category B pregnancy demostrates:
  49. "Federal law prohibits dispensing without a prescription" - caution is changed to:
 
MPJE > Restricted Drug Distribution Programs75 Questions
 

  1. According to Xyrem Success Program, it should be prescribed for:
  2. What risks should the pharmacist disclose to the patient during counseling upon dispensing isotretinoin? I. Small amount of isotretinoin make infants to suffer hepatic problems II. The risk of damage to infants may exist for 30 days even after the discontinuation of isotretinoin III. Small amount of isotretinoin make infants to suffer brain defects.
  3. In order to get more refills on Accutane, iPLEDGE program wants patient to agree with:
  4. Within how many days, a female patient must fill isotretinoin prescription?
  5. Under the iPLEDGE program, how often are prescriber visits required in order to receive refills of isotretinoin?
  6. What does STEPS require of femalies who will use thalidomide? I. Pregnancy testing II. Extensive contraceptive counselling III. Blood testing (blood cell counts)
  7. CARE program is for:
  8. What must a patient do prior to receiving isotretinoin? I. Female patients must take prenatal vitamins II. Male patients must take a pregnancy test confirming that he is not pregnant III. Female patients must take a pregnancy test confirming that she is not pregnant
  9. Who must be registered to prescribe Lotronex under the (Prescribing Program for Lotronex (PPL)? I. Pharmacist II. Patient III. Prescriber
  10. What is the name of the thalidomide restricted distribution program?
  11. Who requires to register in T.I.P.S. program?
  12. How many refills can be written on thalidomide prescription?
  13. Which medication is known as "morning after pills"?
  14. What should a pharmacist counsel to a patient taking isotretinoin?
  15. Who needs to be registered with iPLEDGE program?
  16. Lotronex original package contains:
  17. What is the prescriber required to supply to the pharmacist for Clozaril prescription? I. Prescription with yellow registration sticker on it. II. Patient's CNR registration ID III. Patient's current blood work
  18. What must a pharmacist check before filling Tikosyn?
  19. Why Clozaril needs a restricted use?
  20. Who needs to be registered with Clozaril National Registry?
  21. What is the name of the dofetilide restricted distribution program?
  22. Plan B is used for:
  23. What are the numerical limitations for the dispensing of thalidomide?
  24. How is the use of thalidomide monitored under the STEPS program? I. Via CDC centers II. Via toll-free calls III. Via mandatory surveys
  25. How many maximum days supply can be written for thalidomide prescription?
  26. Prescriptions for Lotronex may be (select all that apply): I. Electronic II. Faxed III. Written
  27. What test needs to be done with Clozaril?
  28. What are the time requirements for the filling of the prescription of isotretinoin?
  29. How many days supply of Clozaril can be dispensed?
  30. Lotrenox must be dispensed with:
  31. Xyrem is provided through:
  32. Who must be registered under the iPLEDGE program? I. Wholesalers II. Pharmacies III. Prescribers
  33. How old a patient should be to get Plan B?
  34. How long are prescriptions for thalidomide valid?
  35. How many refills can be written on Thalidomid as STEPS program?
  36. Can a patient get Plan B without the prescription?
  37. What are the quantity limits on dispensing Clozaril (clozapine)?
  38. Who must enroll in a computerized registry in order to receive isotretinoin? I. Parents II. Males III. Females
  39. What are the dispensing requirements for Lotronex under the PPL program? I. Medication must be dispensed with follow-up survey enrollment form II. Medication must be dispensed with Medication guide III. Medication must be dispensed in the original bottle
  40. Under the Clozaril National Registry (CNR), who must be registered? I. Patients II. Physicians III. Pharmacists
  41. Xyrem Success Program is for:
  42. What should the prescriber submit to pharmacist in order to dispense Clozaril?
  43. IRESSA Access program is for:
  44. What type of patients should register with iPLEDGE program?
  45. Who should register with STEPS program
  46. Fosamax 40mg tablets can be dispensed to males or females with _________ disease.
  47. How does Plan B is available?
  48. Xyrem is a:
  49. What is the name of the program which restricts access to thalidomide?
  50. IPLEDGE program requires a patient to sign a paper informing them about:
  51. REACH is a restricted program for:
  52. What warning is required on the Plan B package insert?
  53. Paget's Patient Support program is for:
  54. When should a patient take the first tablet of Plan B?
  55. Which type of prescription is permitted for Lotronex?
  56. Who registers the patient to receive isotretinoin? I. The pharmacist II. The patient III. The physician
  57. Who needs to be registered in PPL program (Lotronex)?
  58. What does IRESSA Access Program need?
  59. Who registers with TAP?
  60. What is the purpose of the Clozaril National Registry (CNR)? I. To reduce the risk of agranulocytosis II. To reduce the risk of brain defects III. To reduce the risk of fetus damages
  61. What is correct with regards to STEPS program? I. A patient should drink plenty of water II. A patient must check his/her blood cell counts once a week III. Males must use latex condoms
  62. STEPS program needs patients to:
  63. Under the Tracleer Access Program (T.A.P.), who may dispense Tracleer (bosentan)? I. Special wholesalers II. Special clinics III. Special pharmacies
  64. What must the prescriber do in order to demonstrate to a dispenser that he/she is authorized to prescribe Lotronex? I. Affix the program sticker on each Lotronex prescription II. Write the PPL code on each Lotronex prescription III. Make copy of the Lotronex prescription for record purpose and for inspection
  65. What is its purpose of STEPS program? I. To reduce the chances of abortion II. To increase the use of condoms and other contraceptive methods III. To reduce the likelihood of fetal exposure to the drug
  66. Who must be registered under the STEPS program? I. Prescribers II. Pharmacies III. Patients
  67. The Accutane risks continues for _____ days after discontinuing the drug.
  68. What is the name of the bosentan restricted distribution program?
  69. What is the name of the defasirox restricted distribution program?
  70. If a thalidomide prescription was written on 3/7/2011, can a pharmacist fill it on 3/15/2011?
  71. What should be affixed on Lotronex prescription?
  72. What is the name of the Lotronex restricted distribution program?
  73. What is the name of the Accutane restricted distribution program?
  74. What is the purpose of the iPLEDGE program? I. To prevent severe birth defects from the use of isotretinoin II. To prevent severe birth defects from the use of tretinoin III. To prevent severe birth defects from the use of thalidomide
  75. How should Lotronex prescription be dispensed?
 
MPJE > Off-label Prescribing/Dispensing14 Questions
 

  1. Using two blood pressure pills on a patient is considered:
  2. Does FDA allow manufacturer to advertise the off-label use?
  3. Off-label use is always for:
  4. Which law has created an exception to the prohibition of off-label marketing?
  5. Can a sales representative detail the off-label use of a drug?
  6. Which company was fined for advertising the off-label use of Actiq?
  7. What is an experimental use?
  8. What class of drugs is mostly prescribed by doctors for off-label use?
  9. Who is liable if a patient gets hurt by off-label use prescription?
  10. Where can a pharmacist find the unlabeled drug indications?
  11. Does FDA allow to write a prescription for off-label use?
  12. Off-label use means:
  13. If a doctor finds the secondary indication for medication X, can the drug owner publish peer-reviewed articles?
  14. Off-label use is more common in:
 
MPJE > FDA MedWatch Program22 Questions
 

  1. Where should Vaccines related events reported? I. MedWatch II. AERS III. VAERS
  2. VAERS is monitored by I. CDC II. FDA III. APhA
  3. The MedWatch adverse events are reported to: I. Manufacturers II. FDA III. CDC
  4. An user facility must/manufacturer submit MDR reports within _____ days after the day the user facility/manufacturer become aware of information
  5. MedMARx is developed by: I. USP II. APhA III. FDA
  6. Veterinary product problems should be reported to I. FDA II. CDC III. APhA
  7. The MedWatch program is designed to: I. Report adverse events II. Monitoring of drugs III. Research drug effectiveness
  8. MedMARx is developed for: I. Reporting community related medication errors II. Reporting compounding related medication errors III. Reporting hospitals related medication errors
  9. MedWatch form 3500A should be filled by: I. Manufacturer II. Importer III. User facility
  10. What events should be reported to MedWatch? I. Life-threatening hazard II. Death III. Hospitalization
  11. What should not be reported to MedWatch? I. Vaccines II. Veterinary products III. Investigational drugs
  12. On MedWatch reporting, FDA initiates: I. Boxed warnings II. Labeling changes III. Product withdrawals
  13. Health professional can report to MedWatch by: I. Phone II. Fax III. Mail
  14. An importer must submit MDR reports within ____ days after the day that the importer become aware of information.
  15. Who can report to MedWatch?
  16. Which is mandatory MedWatch Form?
  17. What adverse events should be reported to MedWatch? I. Vaccines II. Devices III. Drugs
  18. Medwatch is: I. Voluntary Reporting Program II. NABP Program III. Mandatory Reporting Program
  19. The MedWatch is monitored by:
  20. The main purpose of MedWatch program is: I. To increase the effectiveness of phase IV clinical trial II. To increase customer awareness about drugs III. To increase communications between health professionals
  21. Health professionals should fill out the MedWatch form:
  22. When was MedWatch program esatblished?
 
MPJE > Drug Recalls17 Questions
 

  1. Which is less serious drug recall? I. Drug recall I II. Drug recall II III. Drug recall III
  2. If a device was recalled because of defective artificial heart valve, the recall is considered: I. Drug recall III II. Drug recall II III. Drug recall I
  3. What is drug recall? I. When a marketed drug product shows problems, the FDA suggest manufacturer to initiate a drug recall II. When a marketed drug product shows problems, the manufacturer is encouraged to initiate a drug recall III. When a marketed drug product shows problems, the FDA is encouraged to initiate a drug recall
  4. A drug was recalled because of under-strength, what is the type of recall? I. Drug recall III II. Drug recall I III. Drug recall II
  5. Which one is more serious drug recall? I. Drug recall I II. Drug recall II III. Drug recall III
  6. The five reasons for drug recalls are: I. Formulation defects II. Inadequate testing III. Contamination
  7. Who can recall a drug?
  8. A drug was recalled because it was not labeled as per FDA regulation, what is the type of recall? I. Drug recall II II. Drug recall I III. Drug recall III
  9. Which is the serious drug recall but it