TASK 3. Accounting for laboratory and packaging work

a) pharmacy manager

B) financially responsible person

B) a pharmacist

D) pharmacist

  1. “Journal of registration of transactions related to the circulation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances” should be:

A) numbered

B) stitched

C) certified by the signature and seal of the head of the pharmacy

D) certified by the signature and seal of the head of the pharmaceutical management body. Service

4. Object-quantitative precursors are carried out:

A) in the same magazine as drugs

B) in a separate magazine

  1. In the “Journal of registration of operations related to the circulation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances” all data are reflected:

A) in monetary units

B) in natural units

  1. Attrition rates apply:

A) when there is a shortage

B) when conducting an inventory

C) are accrued and written off according to the collation statement.

  1. Reconciliation of the actual availability of drugs subject to subject-quantitative accounting with the book balance is carried out:

A) daily

B) annually
B) monthly

D) quarterly

  1. The main functions of a pharmacist in the assistant’s room are related to:

A) with the manufacture of medicines;

B) management of the work of packers;

C) taking into account the recipes executed for the shift;

D) quality control of manufactured drugs

  1. The issuance of narcotic drugs to the assistant’s room for current work should be carried out:

A) the director of a pharmacy;

B) financially responsible person;

C) a pharmacist-analyst;

D) head of stock departments

10. In the assistant room of pharmacies, stocks of narcotic drugs:

A) not limited

B) must be in the amount of the daily requirement

C) must be no more than 5 days

D) can be in the amount of a 10-day requirement

11. Pharmacies produce under aseptic conditions:

A) solutions for injections and infusions;

B) eye drops and ointments;

C) medicines for newborns;

D) drugs with narcotic and psychotropic substances

D) concentrates and semi-finished products

E) intra-pharmaceutical preparation

12. Aseptic block consists of:

A) a gateway

B) assistant;

B) sterilization;

D) distillation;

D) washing

  1. In the “Journal of laboratory and packaging work” the following is carried out:

A) accounting and control of the manufacture of concentrates, semi-finished products;

B) accounting and control of the manufacture of intra-pharmaceutical blanks;

C) accounting for pure ethyl alcohol dispensed to the population according to prescriptions

14. The price of an intra-pharmacy preparation (with the exception of an intra-pharmacy preparation) consists of the cost of:

A) medicinal ingredients;

B) pharmacy utensils;

B) auxiliary materials;

D) the tariff for the manufacture of medicines + VAT;

D) tariff for quality control

15. The rules for issuing medicines prepared in pharmacies are established:

A) Project No. 376 of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

B) Ave. Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation No. 305

C) Project No. 214 of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

D) Project No. 308 of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

BLOCK B. PRACTICAL TASKS

TASK 1. Requirements for the composition and area of premises for the manufacture of medicines in pharmacies

Implementation methodology: on the basis of the Temporary Sanitary Rules (Moscow, 06/25/1996), study the composition and area of industrial premises of pharmacies serving the population, as well as the number and list of jobs in these premises.

room Manufacturing pharmacy
Max. Min.
Set of premises Number and list of jobs Set of premises Number and list of jobs

TASK 2. Subject-quantitative accounting of medicines

Implementation methodology: carry out a subject-quantitative accounting of the substance morphine hydrochloride (g), filling out the register of drugs subject to PKU (Appendix 1), calculate the natural loss, compare it with the identified shortage of drugs, draw a conclusion. When completing the task, take into account the following data: the balance on October 1 was 0.3g; receipt from the supplier 4.0g; consumption according to outpatient prescription was 1.10 – 0.4 g; 2.10 – 0.2g; 3.1- – 0.4g; October 30 – 0.9 g; 31.10 – 1.4g. The actual balance at the end of the month was 0.98g.

TASK 3. Accounting for laboratory and packaging work

Method of implementation: fill in the journal of laboratory and packaging work (Appendix 2) when manufacturing 100 powders of the composition: riboflavin 1.0

ascorbic acid 15.0

glucose 20.0

packaged in boxes of 10 powders, calculate the cost of finished products, determine the amount of revaluation or markdown. When completing the task, take into account Appendix 3 and the following data:

Medicines, dishes unit of measurement Retail price in rubles
Riboflavin G
Ascorbic acid kg
Glucose kg
Box of 10 powders PCS 0.8

TASK 4. Rules for the organization of production and quality control of drugs

Implementation methodology: compare the requirements of GOST for GMP and the order of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation No. 309 for personnel, premises and the production process. Make a conclusion about the compliance of order 309 with GMP requirements.

GOST order of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation No. 309
Personal hygiene of personnel
clothing
Working conditions in clean rooms
Premises for the production of drugs
Premises for the manufacture of sterile drugs
Sanitation
Feedstock
Production process

Situational tasks

1. When monitoring the activities of the municipal pharmacy, it was found that morphine (powder) is stored in the material room in a separate cabinet. According to the requirements of the assistant (pharmacist 17 years old), the head of the RPO issues the powder for work. Will there be comments?

2. Calculate the natural loss for dionine. The book balance at the end of the month is 2.50 g. The actual balance is 2.45 g. The outpatient prescription consumption by day was: 0.6 g; 0.2 g; 0.8 g; 1.2 g. The expenditure on the release of an attached health facility (without division into doses) amounted to 5 g.

3. At the beginning of the working day, a 17-year-old pharmacist prepared sterile solutions of glucose 5% and 10% at the same time at the workplace. At the end of the work, she sterilized the solutions in steam sterilizers. Will there be comments?

4. At the beginning of the shift, the pharmacist prepared 30 bottles of isotonic solution, immediately sterilized 20 bottles and, without marking them, put them on the table next to the remaining bottles. At the end of the shift, the pharmacist sterilized all 30 vials of the solution for reinsurance. What mistakes did the pharmacist make?

5. At the request of the medical facility, the pharmacy prepared powders with codeine. On the label there are: the inscription in black paint “Poison”, “Internal”; pharmacy number; name of the medical facility department; composition in accordance with the prescription; date of manufacture, analysis number, expiration date. Can these powders be released to healthcare facilities?

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