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FACTS HIGH ALERT SOUND-ALIKE/LOOK-ALIKE DRUGS  MISCELLANOUS
100
What is 250,000
How many people are killed each year from a preventable medical mistake?
100
What is Medications with an increased risk of causing significant patient harm if used in errors. 
Define high alert medications.
100
What is THREE
How many times should you read the label?
100
What is TRUE
True or False: Opened single-dose ampules cannot be stored for any time period. 
200
What is Swiss Cheese Model
What model do we use to measure a system failure?
200
What is False: DOUBLE CHECK 
True or False: High Alert medications require an independent SINGLE check.
200
What is False Tall and BAR-CODE scanning
True or False: Short-man lettering and WINE-CODE scanning are ways to spot a salad drug.
200
What is FDA website or ASHP/drugshortages website (National) AND Sharepoint/Clinical/ Pharmacy/ WMC/ Drug Shortages (hospital) 
Name one place to look to see National Shortages and hospital specific shortages.
300
What is False
True or False: It is acceptable to consistently bypass safeguards such as interactions, allergies, and duplications.
300
What is PICK TEAM CHANT
What phrase should come to mind when you think of high alert medications?
300
What is DEPO-Medrol
What is the sound alike drug from SOLU-Medrol?
300
What is PYXIS 
What is the name of the technology cabinet used in the hospital?
400
What is Name of patient, Medication name, name & signature of prescriber, Frequency, Dose, route, quantity and/or duration. Date and time the order is written
Name 5 things that complete medication orders will have: 
400
What is PIG BOA
What phrase comes to mind when you think of pediatric high alert medication?
400
What is SR, ER, XL
Give two examples of letter verification after drug name.
400
What is The patient is taking an investigational drug
The patient’s own insulin pump
Pharmacy is not able to obtain the supply of the non-formulary medication
All medications are supplied by the hospital pharmacy unless…
500
What is Specified Frequency and Indication for Use
PRN orders require which two parameters?
500
What is PCA, Insulin, Continuous Loop Diuretics, Ketamine, Thrombolytic, Electrolytes [hypertonic saline] Argatroban, Mag sulfate, Chemo, Heparin, Amphotericin B, Neuromuscular Blockers, TPN
What does PICK TEAM CHANT stand for?
500
What is HumaLOG; NovoLOG; Lantus—>HumLIN, NovoLIN, and Levemir
Give an example of the two Sound Alike Look Alike drugs for insulin.
500
What is
1. Larissa Coyle, PharmD, BCPS – Infectious Disease
2. Charisa Flaherty, PharmD, BCPPS - NICU and Pediatrics
3. Temeka Lewis, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP- Critical Care
4. Linda Fang, PharmD, BCPS, CACP - Anticoagulation
Name one of the clinical specialist pharmacists who round with physicians in multi-disciplinary rounds to optimize medication use for patients.




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