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1. Define sub-sciences of pharmacology and their specific fields of study
2. Identify several resources available to the medical office staff to learn more about medications
3. Differentiate between a drug’s organic, chemical, generic, and brand (trade) names
4. Contrast the administration, dispensing, and prescribing of a mediation
5. Learn pharmacology terms, measurements, conversion rules, and abbreviations
6. Understand Roman numerals
7. Identify which medications do not require a prescription
8. Identify the classification and primary body system affected by the most common medications prescribed
9. Recognize the most commonly prescribed medications by both their brand and generic names
10. Describe how medications should be disposed
11. Cite guidelines for proper documentation of medication administration
12. Summarize the DEA’s classification (schedules of drugs)
13. Provide examples from each class of drugs
14. Compare and contrast the uses for various forms of medications
15. Differentiate between suspensions, emulsions, elixirs, syrups, and solutions
16. Differentiate between ampule and vial forms of medications
17. Differentiate between a suppository and an enema
18. Cite topical routes which involve mucous membranes
19. Identify five uses of medications
20. Cite several conditions which are considered significant side effects or adverse reactions
21. Differentiate between drug tolerance and drug dependence
22. Identify several drugs used for emergencies
23. Name the agencies which regulate drugs and their availability
24. List the types of drugs most commonly abused
25. List factors that can affect the effect of a drug
26. Cite the formula for calculating desired dosages of drugs, including pediatric dosages
27. Summarize the recommended schedule of childhood and adult immunizations
28. Provide the information necessary for charting an immunization
29. Cite the “three befores” and the “seven rights” of drug administration
30. Differentiate between metric, apothecary, and household types of measurements
31. Describe the different methods of how drugs may be administered
32. Summarize the requirements for administering medications parenterally
33. Name appropriate measures in case of an accidental poisoning
34. List factors that can lead to accidental poisoning
35. List factors that can lead to medication errors
36. Identify reasons of accidental deaths due to errors
37. List measures to avoid medication errors and misinterpretations of medication orders

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