Medication Review Welcome to the Medication Review. This quiz contains 28 questions. In order for you to pass, you must answer 22 of 28 correctly. At the end of the quiz you will be notified of the number of questions you answered correctly. If you did not get at least 22 correct, you must take the quiz again First & Last Name (required) The Medication Aide (CMA or Medication Manager) can administer parenteral medications.TrueFalse Loperamid is the generic name for which brand name medication? ImodiumRobitussinBenedryl Responsibilities of the employee administering medications includes: Giving medications only with prescription orders.Supervising the self-administration of prescribed medications.Know the medications intended use, and any adverse reaction.All of the above. Controlled substances must be kept in a locked container, in a locked cupboard and must be counted on the Schedule II Medication Sheet. TrueFalse Medication labels should include: Name of the pharmacyPatient's namePrescriber's nameDate the prescription is filled.Number of the prescriptionName of the drugDosageAll of the above When administering a rectal suppository, it is best to position the person served:in a sitting positionlying on their right sidelying on their left sidelying on their abdomen Progress Industries' policy states that: Medications may be given 30 minutes before or 30 minutes after the scheduled medication administration time.Medications may be given 60 minutes before or 60 minutes after the scheduled medication administration time.Medications may be given whenever it is convenient for the staff and person served. bid stands for four times a daythree times a daytwice a day D.C. stands for: both eyesdropdiscontinued gtt stands for: dropleft eyethree times a day h.s. stands for:after mealshours of sleepboth eyes mg or mgm stands for: right eyeboth eyesmilligram O.S. stands for: both eyesright eyeleft eye O.D. stands for: right eyeleft eyeboth eyes O.U. stands for: left eyeright eyeboth eyes qid stands for: twice a daythree times a dayfour times a day tid stands for: twice a daythree times a dayfour times a day When a med error occurs: A Medication Error Report will be filled out.The employee finding the error will notify the site manager/nurse.The manager will send medication error reports to the case manager/guardian.All of the above. What do you do if a person served occasionally sleeps late on weekends or holidays or spends an evening out socially without carrying their medications? Contact your manager or nurse to adjust medication timesDo not give the medications.Wait until the next scheduled medication pass and give the medications that were missed.Mark the medications as "refused". What are the three classifications of drugs? Controlled, legal and over the counter.Prescription, controlled substances, and scheduled drugsPrescription, over the counter and controlled substances Acetaminophen is the generic name for which brand name medication? DucolaxRobitussinTylenol Ibuprofen is the generic name for which brand name medication? TylenolMotrinAspirin Guaifensin is the generic name for which brand name medication? RobitussinBenedrylAspirin Bisacodyl is the generic name for which brand name medication? AspirinDucolaxImodium Acetylsalicylic Acid is the generic name for which brand name medication? AspirinImodiumTylenol Diphenhydramine is the generic name for which brand name medication? ImodiumRobitussinBenedryl The medical abbreviation A.U, means: The medication should be administered to both eyes.The medication should be administered to both ears.The medication shoud be administered on an empty stomach. The 6 Rights of administering medication safety are: Right time, right person, right environment, right drug, right method, right documentationRight time, right day, right drug, right color, right documentation, right doseRight drug, right dose, right time, right person, right method, right documentation Time is Up!