Aseptic Technique (P1.100)
  • 1. Opened ampules should be kept
A) next to HEPA filter and other sterile items in DCA
B) away from HEPA filter together with all other to sterile items in DCA
C) away from HEPA filter and other sterile items in DCA
D) next to HEPA filter and away from any other sterile items in DCA
  • 2. Weights and Volume of ingredients MUST always be verified
A) checking in Google
B) asking pharmacist in charge
C) all of the above
D) using compounding record
  • 3. To prevent "coring" the steps MUST include
A) all of the options are correct
B) bevel facing up
C) aim to the "bullseye" of vial stopper
D) start at a 45 degree angle, apply little pressure as simultaneously rotating syringe to a 90 degree angle, and
  • 4. Reduce risks of contamination by avoiding contact
A) attaching needles to syringes
B) puncturing vial stoppers and spiking infusion ports
C) attaching filters to needles and syringes
D) all of the options are correct
E) with syringe barrel
  • 5. Disinfect stoppers, injection ports, and ampules
A) with 100% bacteriostatic water
B) allow sufficient time to dry
C) sterile 70% Isopropyl Alcohol AND allow sufficient time to dry
D) with sterile 70% Isopropyl Alcohol
  • 6. Describe best practice to withdraw drug from ampule
A) use regular disinfected syringe
B) use appropriate insulin syringe to draw from ampule
C) pour very carefully from the ampule to its destination
D) must use one-way filter needle
  • 7. The term sterile is absolute; an item is either sterile or not sterile.
A) FALSE
B) TRUE
  • 8. The beyond-use date after initially entering or opening a multi-dose vial container is
A) 96 hr
B) 7 weeks
C) 28 days
D) 7 days
  • 9. All aseptic manipulations should be done at least ___ inches from the outer edge of the laminar airflow work bench.
A) 8
B) 2
C) 4
D) 6
  • 10. All aseptic manipulations should be carried out in an ____ laminar airflow workbench
A) ISO Class 7
B) ISO Class 6
C) ISO Class 8
D) ISO Class 5
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