Pharmacy Technician / Edition 3by Marvin M. Stoogenke R. Ph
Pub. Date: 10/28/2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall
From cover to cover, every aspect of this training guide prepares future pharmacists to succeed on the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination. Plus, the all-inclusive book prepares them to deliver high-quality service, and develop appropriate skill sets. It also makes a great, up-to-date reference during active practice—including/b>… See more details below
From cover to cover, every aspect of this training guide prepares future pharmacists to succeed on the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination. Plus, the all-inclusive book prepares them to deliver high-quality service, and develop appropriate skill sets. It also makes a great, up-to-date reference during active practice—including topics beyond entry-level skills, such as patient monitoring, over-the-counter drugs, profiling, and recalls. Chapter topics examine the drug order, the drug monographs, terminology, pharmacy calculations, the distributive process, special pharmacy skills, the basics of human functioning and pharmacokinetics, common disease states and drug associations, drug classes and representative drugs, and OTC drugs. For pharmacists, medical assistants, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and licensed practical nurses.
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Table of Contents
I. DISTRIBUTIVE PHARMACY.
1. The Drug Order.
2. The Drug Monographs.
4. Pharmacy Calculations.
5. The Distributive Process.
6. Special Pharmacy Skills.
7. Basics of Human Functioning and Pharmacokinetics.
8. Common Disease States and Drug Associations.
9. Drug Classes and Representative Drugs.
10. Over-the-Counter Drugs.
III. PHARMACY ENVIRONMENTS.
IV. PHARMACY TECHNICIAN COACH.
Appendix A. The National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination.
Appendix B. The Professional Pharmacy Technician.
Appendix C. Practice Prescriptions.
Appendix D. Practice Hospital Orders.
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The answers are in the book for the reading of the presciptions but, the answers for the test are not in the book. I think the author spent to much time on the decifering of prescriptions and not enought time on the difference between hospital and retail pharmacy and math. Not a very good book if you are studying for the National Exam