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PHRM2002 – Pharmacy Principles and Practices II pdf

Credits: 5 (2/3/0)
Description: This course covers intravenous drug admixture, TPN compounding, critical care intravenous admixture and unit dose medication dispensing to nursing units. Emphasis is placed upon medication storage and stability, diabetic supplies, and chemotherapy storage and admixture.
Prerequisites: PHRM1001
Corequisites: None
  1. Define drug trade and generic names.
  2. Recall drug trade and generic names.
  3. Write drug monographs.
  4. Analyze and fill prescription and physician medication orders.
  5. Prepare intravenous admixtures using aseptic technique.
  6. Incorporate calculations within the pharmacy field.
  7. Describe intravenous (IV) admixture compatabilities, stability and storage.
  8. Describe and compare diabetic medications and supplies.
  9. Describe and differentiate large volume parenteral (LVP) and intravenous piggyback (IVPB) admixtures.
  10. Describe the use of IV admixture drug references.
  11. Utilize order entry for ambulatory and institutional pharmacy systems.
  12. Describe and perform quality assurance.
  13. Identify and prepare critical care IV admixtures.
  14. Describe and apply total parenteral nutrition (TPN) compounding procedures.
  15. Knowledge and classification of drugs used in pharmacy.
MnTC goal areas: None

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