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PHRM2001 – Pharmacy Principles and Practices I pdf

Credits: 4 (2/2/0)
Description: This course covers drug names, classifications and mechanisms of action, the use of computers in pharmacy and their practical applications. The student will be introduced to hospital and retail dispensing techniques as well as basic customer service.
Prerequisites: PHRM1001
Corequisites: PHRM1001
  1. Define drug trade and generic names.
  2. Define medical terms and abbreviations.
  3. Write drug monographs.
  4. Knowledge and classification of drugs used in pharmacy.
  5. Describe the use of pharmacy references.
  6. Identify and categorize the routes of administration.
  7. Analyze and prepare ambulatory prescriptions.
  8. Analyze and prepare institutional prescriptions.
  9. Utilize order entry for ambulatory and institutional pharmacy systems.
  10. Describe customer service techniques.
  11. Demonstrate institutional and ambulatory pharmacy practices.
  12. Compare institutional and ambulatory formularies.
  13. Recognize adverse drug reactions.
  14. Perform unit dose medication procedures.
  15. Prepare Medication Administration Records.
  16. Perform cart fill procedures within an institutional pharmacy.
MnTC goal areas: None

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