Chapter 62 Chapter Sterile Preparations Q&A (FPGEE) (1 OF 63) Sample Questions
1. Which of the following preparation is NOT sterile?
- A. OTIC drops
- B. Nasal liquid spray
- C. Ophthalmic
- D. Irrigation solution
- E. Injectable
Tips: Only OTIC intratympanic require sterile. The NAPRA model standards for pharmacy compounding of hazardous sterile preparation are recommended. Compounded sterile preparations include the following types of medications:
Parenteral (IM, IV, SC), Eye drops and ointment, Nasal inhalation solutions
Respiratory therapy solutions (MucoMyst for Cystic Fibrosis patients)
Irrigation solutions for wounds and body cavities (e.g., thoracic, spinal, abdominal, pelvic). Solutions for live organ and tissue or graft baths. Total parenteral nutrition
Dialysis solutions. OTIC for intratympanic administration. Topical preparation for patient with burns.