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Prescribers of Drugs 08403700 1. These professionals dispense

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Prescribers of Drugs 08403700
1. These professionals dispense medications under a pharmacist’s
supervision but aren’t licensed to write prescriptions.
A. Chiropractors
B. Nurses
C. Pharmacy technicians
D. Nurse practitioners
2. Neurologists may prescribe this drug for grand mal epilepsy.
A. Dilantin C. Prozac
B. Lithium D. Thorazine
3. A patient taking this drug would have a history of mental
depression.
A. Dilantin C. Prozac
B. Lithium D. Thorazine
4. Doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of the
conditions of arthritis and gout are called
A. ophthalmologists. C. rheumatologists.
B. gastroenterologists. D. endocrinologists
5. Which of the following is an antibiotic that’s frequently prescribed by dentists?
A. Thorazine C. Tobrex
B. Ortho Tri-Cyclen D. Clindamycin
6. The older antihistamines caused this side effect in many patients.
A. Runny nose C. Difficulty in breathing
B. Drowsiness D. Increase in appetite
7. This drug is often prescribed by psychiatrists and family practice physicians for patients
who can’t fall asleep.
A. Halcion tablets C. Motrin tablets
B. Penicillin tablets D. Codeine tablets
8. A general surgeon would prescribe this medicine for a patient feeling severe pain after
an operation.
A. Elavil tablets C. Dilantin capsules
B. Aspirin tablets D. Vicodin tablets
9. These healthcare professionals are usually limited to the types of prescriptions they
can write by a set of standing orders.
A. Nurse practitioners C. General surgeons
B. Dentists D. Podiatrists
10. A drug called pilocarpine is prescribed by ophthalmologists to be dropped in the eye to
control what condition?
A. Eye infection C. Eye allergy
B. Glaucoma D. Fungal infection
11. This is a popular drug prescribed by rheumatologists to treat arthritic pain.
A. Histamine C. Antihistamine
B. Penicillin D. Ibuprofen
12. If you dispense a prescription for a drug called Premarin, the patient would probably
be a(n)
A. patient on birth control pills. C. non-insulin-dependent diabetic.
B. menopausal female. D. insulin-dependent diabetic.
13. A prescription for a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) would be written for a patient having
this disorder.
A. Heartburn C. Diabetes
B. Menopause D. Cystitis

14. A patient taking digitalis would probably have what type of disease?
A. Throat infection C. Heart disease
B. High cholesterol D. High blood pressure
15. Neurologists prescribe this drug quite often to treat the headache pain from
trigeminal neuralgia.
A. Tegretol tablets C. Dilantin capsules
B. Cafergot tablets D. Imitrex
16. Which of the following is taken to prevent blood clots from forming in the
cardiovascular system?
A. Cholesterol-lowering drugs C. Antiarrhythmics
B. Artery vasodilators D. Anticoagulants
17. A family doctor may prescribe this anti-infective medicine to treat pneumonia.
A. Penicillin C. Codeine
B. Phenobarbital D. Valium
18. A medicine containing this drug would be used to stop a cough.
A. Penicillin C. Contac Cold capsules
B. Codeine D. Phenobarbital
19. These types of drugs are prescribed to reduce the feeling of anxiety in nervous people.
A. Antibiotics C. Penicillin
B. Sleeping pills D. Tranquilizers
20. These drugs act to restore normal heart rhythm in a heart that has been skipping
beats.
A. Anticoagulants C. Antiarrhythmics
B. Artery vasodilators D. Drugs to lower cholesterol

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1. D

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2. A

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3. PROZAC

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4. RHEUMATOLOGISTS

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5. CLINDAMYCIN

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6. DROWSINESS

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7. HALCION

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8. VICODIN

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9. NURSE PRACTITIONERS

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10. GLAUCOMA

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11. IBUPROFEN

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12. MENOPAUSAL

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13. HEARTBURN

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14. HEART DISEASE

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15. TEGRETOL

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16. ANTICOAGULANTS

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17. PENICILLIN

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18. CODEINE

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19. TRANQUILIZERS

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20. ANTIARRHYTHMICS

Customer:

thanks. appreciate it. well if you like i have 08403400 and 08403500 and 084036 if you would like to answerthose as well i believe their worth $45.00 each subject. thank u

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
which test is for which ir wasn't numberedThanks
These answers are for the test entitled "Prescribers of Drugs"(NNN) NNN-NNNN
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