Sale and supply 3

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Question 1

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For emergency supply at request of prescriber - Pharmacist satisfied that supply has been requested by an appropriate prescriber Reason for emergency must be stated explaining why practitioner is unable to furnish prescription immediately Practitioner must provide prescription within [blank_start]72 hours[blank_end] Supplied in accordance with the practitioners directions Cannot be made for [blank_start]Sch 1, 2 or 3[blank_end] CDs, except Phenobarbitone for the treatment of [blank_start]epilepsy[blank_end] Entry made in the Prescription only register on the day or the following day
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  • 72 hours
  • 24 hours
  • 6 months
  • Sch 1, 2 or 3
  • Sch 4 or 5
  • epilepsy
  • migraines
  • diarrhoea

Question 2

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ES at request of patient - Pharmacist required to [blank_start]interview[blank_end] patient Pharmacist must be satisfied that there is an immediate need for the POM POM requested must [blank_start]previously[blank_end] have been prescribed by an appropriate prescriber The pharmacist must be satisfied of [blank_start]knowing the dose[blank_end] that the patient needs to take NOT [blank_start]CONTROLLED DRUGS[blank_end], except phenobarbital for treating epilepsy Entry made into register on same day or next day
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  • interview
  • remind
  • previously
  • at least once
  • never
  • knowing the dose
  • knowing the drug class
  • knowing the allergies
  • CONTROLLED DRUGS
  • SCHEDULE 5 DRUGS
  • TENAZEPAM

Question 3

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You can supply no more than 5 days in the case of CDs
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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30 days supply can be given for POMs unless,
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  • tablets
  • insulin
  • cream
  • antibiotic liquid
  • capsule
  • contraceptive

Question 5

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three types collection and delivery service: standard prescription collection service, managed prescription collection service and delivery service
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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The pharmacist must ensure the delivery mechanisms: Are safe, ensure [blank_start]prompt[blank_end] delivery with instructions for use Medicines are handed to the patient or carer unless alternative arrangements have been made Confirm the correct [blank_start]name and address[blank_end] Cater for special storage instructions Clear audit trail Obtain [blank_start]signature[blank_end] to verify safe delivery (good practice) Safeguards [blank_start]confidentiality[blank_end]
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  • prompt
  • next day
  • first class
  • name and address
  • date of birth and postcode
  • passport number
  • signature
  • name
  • ID number
  • confidentiality
  • children
  • your pharmacy

Question 7

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controlled drugs are classed into 5 schedules of control: Schedule 1 : [blank_start]CD Lic[blank_end] Schedule 2: [blank_start]CD POM[blank_end] Schedule 3: [blank_start]CD No Register[blank_end] Schedule 4: [blank_start]CD Benz and CD Anab[blank_end] Schedule 5: CD Inv
Answer
  • CD Lic
  • CD POM
  • CD No Register
  • CD Benz and CD Anab
  • CD POM
  • CD Lic
  • CD Inv
  • CD Benz and CD Anab
  • CD No Register
  • CD POM
  • CD Inv
  • CD Lic
  • CD Benz and CD Anab
  • CD POM
  • CD Lic
  • CD Inv

Question 8

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match the words to the descriptions (click the orange dots)
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  • repeatable prescription
  • repeat dispensing
  • repeat request slip
  • repeatable prescription
  • repeat dispensing
  • repeat request slip
  • repeat dispensing
  • repeatable prescription
  • repeat request slip

Question 9

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Pharmacies don’t need a Wholesale Dealer’s Licence to supply medicines to the public in the UK and others authorised to receive medicines
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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The [blank_start]MHRA[blank_end] is the regulatory body with responsibility for oversight and enforcement of the wholesale of medicines
Answer
  • MHRA
  • CCG
  • PCO
  • FP10
  • NHS
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