Chapter 2 National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authority Sample Questions
1. In National Association of Pharmaceutical Regulatory Authority (NAPRA) Schedule 2 drugs, what is right?
- A. Medication should be counselled.
- B. Warts medication are Schedule 2 drugs
- C. Both A and B
- D. Require prescription
Tips:All Schedule II drugs can be recommended by pharmacist with professional judgement. Pharmacist has the right to refuse. Wart medications are Schedule 1 drugs. Podophyllum and the following extracts and active principles when sold or recommended for topical use: podophyllum toxin and podophyllum resin. Some examples of Schedule II. All vaccine, scopolamine patch, Pyrvinium pamoate, Pseudoephedrine and salts. Potassium salts, Omeprazole or its salts (14 days for treatment of frequent heartburn at a daily dose 20 mg in package sizes of no more than 280 mg of omeprazole. Permethrin (cream rinse 1%, dermal cream 5%). Human insulin. Dimenhydrinate inj.