Medical Quiz

Medication Administration Quiz


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Can be done as a “piggyback”

A. intramuscular

B. subcutaneous

C. PICC

D. IV


Put initials, date, and time on a/an ______ and dispose of after 24 hours

A. Single-dose vial

B. Ampule

C. Multidose vial

D. Insulin vial


In the MAR

A. PRN medications and Refusals

B. Incident reports

C. VS

D. Whenever medication info is provided to Pt


Intradermal angle of insertion

A. 90 degrees

B. 45-90 degrees

C. 15-25 degrees

D. 5-15 degrees


It can be appropriate to insert a subcutaneous injection at 40 degrees if the patient is very frail

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


type of injection for insulin

A. Intradermal

B. Subcutaneous

C. Intramuscular

D. Intravenous


give medication 30 minutes to 1 hour after order given. Except?

A. Urgent

B. ASAP

C. STAT

D. Now


Can be scanned as a patient identifier

A. Hospital wristband

B. QR code on door

C. DL

D. Barcode on medication


allergic reaction symptoms, Except?

A. rash

B. swelling

C. circulatory collapse

D. cough


study of the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion

A. pharmacology

B. pharmacokinetics

C. pharmacodynamics

D. Iatrogenicology


Can be self administered

A. IM

B. IV

C. Subcutaneous

D. Intradermal


It is okay to override the system and administer a medication as long as the pharmacist is working on it

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


The marks on the side of a tuberculin syringe represent

A. Units

B. mL

C. mcL

D. TB


Nitroglycerin is an example of this route

A. Oral

B. Buccal

C. Sublingual

D. Subcutaneous


use a needle hub that can be turned and tightened with this syringe

A. Insulin

B. Luer

C. Non-Luer

D. Toomey


Means by mouth

A. NPO

B. PO

C. AC

D. PC

E. PRN


Most common IM sites
Except?

A. Deltoid

B. Triceps

C. Ventrogluteal

D. Vastus lateralis


Patient identifiers. Except?

A. Name

B. DOB

C. hospital wristband

D. Medical record number

E. Room number




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