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Prescription Sig Codes or Pharmacy Sig Codes Quiz Abbreviations Used in Prescription are a very important part of a prescription. It is the responsibility of a Pharmacist or a Pharmacy Technician to remember them all. We have already provided a master list of abbreviations that are used in a Prescription. Now in this post, we have a Pharmacy Sig Codes Quiz to test your knowledge about how much you have learned these Sig Codes or Prescription Abbreviations.
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Rules of Pharmacy Sig Codes Quiz
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- Do not search Google during the test.
- Do not take help of anyone during the test.
- Do not use any books or notes during the test.
- You may use book or notes after you complete all the quizs and submit the test.
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Sig Codes Practise Worksheet
- Take 1 capsule by mouth four times daily for 10 days
- Use 1 spray in each nostril twice daily
- Take 2 tablets by mouth every 4 to 6 hours as needed
- Inject 20 units beneath the skin three times daily before meals
- Take 1 tablet by mouth every night at bedtime as needed
- Apply to affected area(s) twice daily for five days
- Instill 2 drops in both eyes twice daily for seven days
- Take 1 tablet by mouth every other day
- Unwrap and insert 1 suppository into the rectum every 6 hours as needed for nausea
- Place 1 tablet under the tongue every 8 hours as needed
- Give 1 teaspoonful by mouth three times daily for 10 days
- Instill 2 drops into the left ear four times daily
- Apply 1 patch to the skin every 72 hours
- Take ½ tablet by mouth with orange juice every morning
- Take 1 capsule by mouth at bedtime as needed
- Inject 1 mL into the muscle one time
- Inhale 1 to 2 puffs every 4 to 6 hours as needed
- Unwrap and insert 1 suppository into the vagina every 12 hours for 7 days
- Take 1 tablespoonful by mouth every night at bedtime as needed for cough
- Instill 3 drops into the left eye every 6 hours for 3 days
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Pretty sure npo also means nothing by mouth. Should probably have those answers changed.