Thursday, April 29, 2010

Pharmaceutical Incompatibility (MCQs)

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Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Pharmaceutical Incompatibility in Dispensing
1. There are ………. Types of incompatibility.

(a)       1        
(b)       2        
(c)       3            
(d)       4
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2. Liquification is the example of ………….. Incompatibility.

(a)    Immediate
(b)    Delayed
(c)    Instantaneous
(d) Both a and b
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3. Crystallization is an example of …………... Incompatibility.
 
(a)   Immediate
(b)   Delayed 
(c)   Instantaneous
(d)   Both a and b
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4. Physical change may almost be ……….. .

(a)    Visible        
(b)    Invisible
(c)    Clear         
(d)    Turbid
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5. ……………. Compatibility may be corrected by changing the order of mixing.

(a)   Delayed       
(b)   Immediate
(c)   Tolerated    
(d)   Adjusted
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Answers to Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Pharmaceutical Incompatibility in Dispensing 

1. Three,

2. Instantaneous/immediate,

3. Delayed,

4. Visible,

5. Tolerated.

(This blog is helpful for the preparation of pharmacy exams)

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Further Reading:
Cooper and Gunn's Dispensing for Pharmaceutical Students

Incompatibility in prescriptions and how to avoid it;: To which is added a dictionary of incompatibilities

Incompatibilities in prescriptions: For students in pharmacy and medicine and practicing pharmacists and physicians

Incompatibilities in prescriptions,: For students in pharmacy and medicine, practicing pharmacists and physicians,

Prescription writing: Including weights and measures, preparation of solutions, doses, administration and incompatibilities
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