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Sterile Medication Products Quiz


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The fluid itself is the treatment and usually comes in premade volumes of 500 to 3,000mL.

A. SVP

B. SDV

C. LVP

D. MVP


A small volume parenteral usually contains ____ mL to ____ mL.

A. 0.01mL to 0.1mL

B. 1mL to 2mL

C. 25mL to 250mL

D. 500mL to 3,000mL


Which of the following is an example of an intradermal injection?

A. Tuberculosis

B. Insulin

C. Shingles Vaccination

D. Chicken Pox Vaccination


When a medication is administered directly into the portal system, what organ absorbs the medication?

A. intestines

B. kidney

C. liver

D. spleen


Intramuscular injections are injected into the:

A. abdominal cavity

B. muscle tissue

C. dermis

D. vein


Allergy shots would be given with which of the following types of needle?

A. Large-bore needle

B. A fine, long needle

C. A fine, short needle

D. A flexible needle


This type of therapy is administered to a patient who cannot digest food.

A. Hydration therapy

B. Antibiotic therapy

C. Chemotherapy

D. TPN


______ injections consist of small volumes of fluid usually less than 1 or 2 mL

A. IM

B. IV

C. ID

D. SC


This ROA is used for patient receiving dialysis:

A. Intraperitoneal

B. Intramuscular

C. Intravenous

D. Intrathecal


Lidocaine is sometimes used with IM injections because it is a:

A. collodion

B. liniment

C. numbing agent

D. freezing agent


Which of the following is NOT a primary route for injectable medications?

A. Intradermal

B. Intrathecal

C. Subcutaneous

D. Intravenous


The osmotic pressure of a solution is also known as:

A. osmolality

B. osmolarity

C. fluid volume

D. tonicity


Medication delivered all at once is called a(n):

A. stat dose

B. continuous infusion

C. IVPB

D. IV push


This method requires long-term, continuous infusion using tubing and a pump.

A. Subcutaneous

B. Intraperitoneal

C. Intravenous

D. Intramuscular


TPN is an example of a

A. SVP

B. LVP

C. IV push

D. IM injection




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