Practice of Pharmacy Practice Exam

This practice test is about the third module of the Pharmacy Board Exam, the Practice of Pharmacy. Please read the questions carefully and choose the best answer. After answering a question, just click the continue button to proceed to the next. Goodluck! 

Any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate medication use or patient harm.
The provision of oral or written information about drugs or other health related information is called:
The failure to administer an ordered dose to a patient before the next scheduled dose.
Serves as the secretary of the PTC:
Piroxicam® is:
Hospital staff most actively involved in patient care.
BCS Class 1:
Administration of medication not authorized by a legitimate prescriber.
Idiosyncratic ADR:
A continually revised compilation of pharmaceuticals that reflects the current clinical judgment of the medical staff.
This should be included in the label of drugs associated with serious adverse reaction:
Which drug/s are safe for use among pregnant?
The detection, assessment, and prevention of adverse drug effects in humans.
Characterized by facial abnormalities.
Special patient population include:
Error hazards in prescription or medication order include:
Most severe medication error category is:
Extension effect belongs to what type of ADR?
Refers to salting out:
A hospital is classified according to:
ASHP medication error category F means:
Vioxx® was withdrawn from the market due to:
A type of Unit Dose Drug Distribution System, except:
Consists of former staff members, retired or emeritus, and of other practitioners whom the medical staff chooses to honor.
Requirements for registration of a hospital include:
Drugs included in List A:
Characterized by the presence of satellite pharmacy serving the nursing stations.
The safest, most accepted medication distribution system.
Drugs to be included in the PNF are chosen based on:
Can be a physical and chemical incompatibility.