PTCE Quiz 6 Review Pharmacy Tech Program

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PTCE Quiz 6 Review
Pharmacy Tech Program
• How many days will it take a
patient injecting 23 units of
Humulin R insulin daily to complete
a 10 ml vial?
• A. 30 days
• B. 23 days
• C. 43 days
• D. 14 days
• C. 43 days
• Which size needle and syringe
would a very thin patient use if
injecting 23 units of insulin daily?
• A. 1cc short 25 gauge
• B. 1/3 cc short 30 gauge
• C. ½ cc long 30 gauge
• D. 1/3 cc long 25 gauge
• B. 1/3 cc short 30 gauge
• Glucagon is used:
• A. When a patient has high blood
sugar (hyperglycemia)
• B. As a substitute for sugar in their
diets.
• C. When a patient has low blood
sugar (hypoglycemia)
• D. daily with insulin injections to
prevent hypoglycemia.
• C. For low blood sugar
• Type 1 diabetics would not use
which medication?
• A. Lantus
• B. Glucagon
• C. Glucotrol
• D. Lispro
• C. Glucotrol
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Which insulin is cloudy?
A. Humulin R
B. Humulin N
C. Lantus
D. All the drugs listed are cloudy
• B. Humulin N
• Which statement is true regarding
insulin and refrigeration?
• A. Insulin should never be
refrigerated.
• B. Insulin should never be left
outside of the refrigerator.
• C. Insulin is good for
approximately 28 days outside of
refrigeration.
• D. Insulin burns more when
injected at room temperature.
• C.
• Which statement is true regarding
Type 2 diabetes?
• A. Usually diagnosed during
pregnancy.
• B. Only use insulin.
• C. Can use both insulin and oral
medications.
• D. All of the answers are correct.
• C. Can use both insulin and oral
medications.
• Type 1 diabetics can increase their
pancreatic output of insulin by
changing their diet and exercise.
• A. True
• B. False
• B. False
• Which insulin comes in an
inhalation dosage form?
• A. Exubera
• B. Lantus
• C. Humalog
• D. Humulin 70/30 mix
• A. Exubera
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Which insulin can be given IV?
A. Humulin R
B. Humulin N
C. Lantus
D. Humalog mix 75/25
• A. Humulin R
• Which drug is used to treat
diabetes?
• A. Metformin
• B. Synthroid
• C. Coreg
• D. Ritalin
• A. Metformin
• Which class of drugs is used to
treat diabetes?
• A. Sulfonylureas
• B. Ace inhibitors
• C. Aminoglycosides
• D. Tetracyclines
• A. Sulfonylureas
• Glyburide is used to treat which
disease?
• A. Hyperlipidemia
• B. Bipolar disorder
• C. Depression
• D. Diabetes mellitus
• D. Diabetes mellitus
• Insulin is used to treat which
condition?
• A. Hyperglycemia
• B. Hypoglycemia
• C. Hyperlipidemia
• D. Hypercalcemia
• A. Hyperglycemia
• Where is insulin stored in the
Pharmacy?
• A. Freezer
• B. Refrigerator
• C. On a shelf at room temperature
• D. None of these answers is
correct.
• B. Refrigerator
• What is the proper temperature for
insulin storage?
• A. 10-20 degrees Fahrenheit
• B. 53-63 degrees Fahrenheit
• C. 45-55 degrees Fahrenheit
• D. 36-46 degrees Fahrenheit
• D. 36-46 degrees Fahrenheit
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Hypoglycemia is defined as:
A. Elevated cholesterol
B. Low blood sugar
C. High blood sugar
D. Low calcium
• B. Low blood sugar
• Which type of diabetes is usually
diagnosed in childhood?
• A. Type 2
• B. Type 1
• C. Gestational
• D. Type 4
• B. Type 1
• Which type of diabetes is known as
insulin dependent diabetes
mellitus?
• A. Type 4
• B. Type 1
• C. Type A
• D. Type 2
• B. Type 1
• How many units are in a standard
bottle of Regular U-100 insulin?
• A. 10
• B. 50
• C. 100
• D. 1000
• D. 1000 units
• Humulin N is injected by which
route of administration?
• A. IV
• B. IM
• C. SC
• D. IV Push
• C. SC
• Which type of injection offers the
quickest onset of action?
• A. IM
• B. SC
• C. IV
• D. ID
• C. IV
• An HbA1C test will show glucose
control over what period of time?
• A. 3 months
• B. 10 days
• C. 1 month
• D. 1 week
• A. 3 months
• How long can insulin be left at
room temperature before it must
be discarded?
• A. Approximately 1 month
• B. Approximately 2 months
• C. Approximately 3 months
• D. Until the insulin reaches the
expiration date listed on the bottle.
• A. Approximately 1 month
• Insulin injections should be given
at the same injection site to
maintain a constant level of
absorption.
• A. True
• B. False
• B. False

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