Pharmacy Technician Certified Board Preparation: Comprehensive Review Manual: Comprehensive Review Manual

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 12, 2011 - Reference - 130 pages
Pharmacy technicians today play a vital role in the pharmacy business and at other pharmacy practice sites. Technicians interact with patients, physicians, nurses, and health insurance providers. They work under the pharmacist's supervision and are allowed to assist in pharmacy activities that do not require the professional judgment of a pharmacist. Technicians are becoming more involved in the production and technical aspects of pharmacy, while pharmacists have become more involved with patient-care activities and have become the "dispensers of medicine".
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
10
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
13
Chapter 4
14
Chapter 5
16
Chapter 6
18
Chapter 7
19
Chapter 8
21
Chapter 22
70
Chapter 23
71
Chapter 24
72
Chapter 25
73
Chapter 26
78
Chapter 27
80
Chapter 28
85
Chapter 29
86

Chapter 9
24
Chapter 10
25
Chapter 11
28
Chapter 12
30
Chapter 13
32
Chapter 14
34
Chapter 15
40
Chapter 16
43
Chapter 17
47
Chapter 18
48
Chapter 19
63
Chapter 20
64
Chapter 21
66
Chapter 30
93
Chapter 31
95
Chapter 32
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Chapter 33
105
Chapter 34
108
Chapter 35
112
Chapter 36
115
Appendix A
119
Appendix B
120
Appendix C
121
Appendix D
122
References
127
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Anne Nguyen is a pharmacist in the state of Texas with over twenty years of experience in retail, hospital, and mail order combined. She graduated as cum laude with a bachelor of science in pharmacy from the College of Pharmacy at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, Oklahoma, in 1992 and a doctor of pharmacy from Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho, in 2010. Ms. Nguyen held positions as a clinical pharmacist at the Dallas Medical Center and a remote order entry pharmacist for most of North Texas hospitals and retail pharmacies. She received a Distinguished Service Award in the North Texas Region of Eckerd Pharmacy in 1999. Her Eckerd Drugstore was a training store for all newly hired pharmacists and student interns. Ms. Nguyen serves as a pharmacist preceptor for the state of Texas since 1993. She is a certified immunizer from AphA, ACLS, and BLS. She is a certified instructor of IV certification classes through University of Houston College of Pharmacy. When she is not teaching one-on-one, she is a coauthor of several books including PTCB Comprehensive Review Manual and 1,001 PTCB Exam Review Questions. She is currently one of a few pioneer pharmacists working as remote order entry from home. Ms. Nguyen also works as a clinical coordinator pharmacist at the Dallas Medical Center hospital, PRN floater for Costco Drugstore, and PRN staff at Super Value Drugstore. With her well-rounded experience in this pharmaceutical industry, she has established a well network of connections with most retail drugstores and hospitals in the Dallas and Fort Worth area.

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