Pharmacy Technician Study

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Following is a list of key words that you should know for each of the major areas listed above. While this is not represented as an exhaustive list of every term you should know, knowing each of these terms and the related concepts help you prepare for the Exam. You may find it helpful to make a list of definitions for words and terminology that may be new to you.

Technician Duties and General Information

Confidentiality                                                                        Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)                       Over the counter (OTC) drugs

Controlled Substances Act (CSA)                                            Pharmacy security

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)                                State Board of Pharmacy

                                                                                                Technician duties

Dosage Forms

Aerosols                                                                                  Chewable tablets

Capsules                                                                                 Controlled-released products

Creams                                                                                    Otic preparations

Dosage forms                                                                          Parenteral medications

Elixirs                                                                                      Reconstituting

Emulsions                                                                                Solutions

Enteric-coated tablets                                                            Sublingual tablets

Gels                                                                                         Suppositories

Lotions                                                                                    Suspensions

Ointments                                                                               Syrups

Ophthalmic preparations                                                        Transdermal patches

Prescription Containers and Closures

Applicator bottles                                                                   Closures

Child-resistant caps                                                                Dropper bottles

Generic Substitution

Brand-name drugs                                                                  Generic drugs

Dispense as written                                                                Multiple-source drugs

Information on Prescription Stock Bottle Labels

Controlled substance mark                                                     Lot number

Expiration date                                                                        National Drug Code (NDC) number

Prescription-only symbol (Rx)                                                 Stock bottle label

Legend Statement

Controlled Substances

DEA number                                                                            Schedule IV (C-IV)

Emergency prescriptions                                                        Schedule V (C-V)

Filing prescription forms                                                         Schedule VI (C-VI)

Partial filling                                                                           Schedule V records log

Refilling prescriptions                                                             Storing prescription stock

Schedule I (C-I)                                                                        Transfer warning statement

Schedule II (C-II)                                                                      Transferring medications

Schedule III (C-III)                                                                    Transferring prescriptions

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Dentist (DDS or DMD)                                                             Physician (MD)

Nurse practitioner (NP)                                                           Physician assistant (PA)

Optometrist (OD)                                                                    Podiatrist (DPM)

Osteopathic physician (DO)                                                   Veterinarian (DVM)

Receiving Prescriptions

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