sale and supply 2

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Question 1

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which is/are incorrect about requirements for a prescription?
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  • indelible ink needed - computer generated or typed
  • faxed prescriptions are allowed as long as they are stamped
  • carbon copies are allowed as long as they are signed in ink
  • the same prescription requirements apply to private prescriptions

Question 2

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how long are prescriptions valid for? (from the appropriate date)
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  • 9 months
  • 6 months
  • 12 months
  • 24 months

Question 3

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The appropriate date- For NHS scripts this is either the date on which the prescription was signed or a date indicated by the appropriate practitioner as the date before which it should not be dispensed, whichever is later. For private prescriptions, this will always be the date on which it was signed
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Age of the patient is not a legal requirement on a prescription as long as they are over 12
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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which is not a prescription requiremnt
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  • written in indelible ink
  • signed in ink with practitioners own name
  • address of practitioner
  • date of supply
  • name, title and address of patient
  • age of patient if under 12

Question 6

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NHS prescriptions and Private prescriptions can be repeatable prescriptions
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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what happens if the number of repeats on a repeatable prescription is not stated?
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  • It must be sent back to the prescriber as it cannot be dispensed
  • In can only be repeated once (dispensed twice in total)
  • It cannot be repeated (dispensed once in total)
  • It can be repeated the amount of times the pharmacist feels comfortable with

Question 8

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The only exception to repeatable prescriptions is a prescription for an oral contraceptive, can be dispensed [blank_start]six[blank_end] times (i.e. repeated [blank_start]five times[blank_end]) within [blank_start]six months[blank_end] of the appropriate date
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  • six
  • three
  • nine
  • five times
  • seven times
  • twice
  • nine times
  • six months
  • 1 year
  • 2 years

Question 9

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POM book entries must include
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  • supply date
  • prescription date
  • date of birth of patient
  • medicine details (name, quantity, form and strength)
  • prescriber details (name and address)
  • patient details (name and address)
  • pharmacist details (name and address)

Question 10

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POM book entries legally need ALL of: a record of the price paid (no VAT), a stamp with the branch stamp, and a reference number
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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Record should be made on the [blank_start]day[blank_end] of sale or supply or if not practical, on the [blank_start]next day.[blank_end] Prescriptions for [blank_start]oral contraceptives[blank_end] are exempt from record keeping. Prescriptions for [blank_start]Schedule 2 Controlled Drugs[blank_end] are also exempt, only where a separate Controlled Drug register record has been made.
Answer
  • day
  • week
  • next day.
  • computer system.
  • staff diary.
  • oral contraceptives
  • NSAIDs
  • creams and ointments
  • compression stockings
  • Schedule 2 Controlled Drugs
  • Schedule 4 Controlled Drugs
  • Any drugs needing refrigeration
  • Any drugs not needing refrigeration

Question 12

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A UK dentist can legally prescribe a ventolin evohaler.
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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Details of the medicinal product (such as name, strength, form, quantity and dose) are clinical requirements under the terms of service for doctors However, they are not legal requirements for prescriptions for POMs
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 14

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which is NOT a problem with faxes
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  • uncertainty that legally valid prescription exists
  • risk the fax is sent to multiple pharmacies
  • a mechanism for supplying medicines in an emergency
  • non-receipt of the original prescription

Question 15

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In the repeat dispensing service, the pharmacist will ensure; patient is still taking or using the medication / appliances appropriately That the patient is not suffering any side effects No alterations in the medication regimen. No other changes in the patient’s health.
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  • True
  • False

Question 16

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Batch issue forms [blank_start]should[blank_end] be signed. They should say repeat dispensing: XX of YY. Maximum number is equivalent to [blank_start]1 year[blank_end] of prescribing
Answer
  • should
  • should not
  • 1 year
  • 6 months

Question 17

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although not a legal requirement, ‘Keep out of the sight and reach of children’ and ‘Use this medicine only on your skin’ where applicable appears on dispensing labels
Answer
  • True
  • False