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Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law, Standards, and Ethics
Common law
Statutory laws
Regulatory laws
Who created the FDA
The system of precedents established by decisions in cases th…
Legislative bodies at the federal, state, and local levels
Rules and regulations est by governmental bodies such as the…
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA)
Common law
The system of precedents established by decisions in cases th…
Statutory laws
Legislative bodies at the federal, state, and local levels
19 terms
Pharmacy Technician Exam (PTCE): Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians Chapter 2
The regulatory agency for the field of…
What does the FDA do?
How to drugs differ from supplements?
Pure Food and Drug Act (1906)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
Supplements are considered foods by the FDA. Supplements are…
P: To forbid the interstate distribution or sale of adulterat…
The regulatory agency for the field of…
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
What does the FDA do?
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
27 terms
Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies
Act
Adulteration
Barbiturate
Admendment
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
A drug derived from barbituric acid: a barbiturate acts as a…
A change in the original act or law
Act
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
Adulteration
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
Chapter 2- Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians
Bioethics
Ethics
Law
National Drug Code (NDC)
A discipline dealing with the ethical and moral implications…
A branch of philosophy that deals with the distinction betwee…
A principle or rule that is advisable or obligatory to observe
A unique and permanent product code assigned to each new drug…
Bioethics
A discipline dealing with the ethical and moral implications…
Ethics
A branch of philosophy that deals with the distinction betwee…
33 terms
Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies
Act
Adulteration
Amendment
Barbiturate
A statutory plan, passed by Congress or any legislature, that…
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
A change in the original act or law.
A drug derived from barbituric acid; acts as a central nervou…
Act
A statutory plan, passed by Congress or any legislature, that…
Adulteration
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies
Act
Adulteration
Amendment
Barbiturate
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
A change in the original act or law
A drug derived from barbiturate acid; a barbiturate acts as a…
Act
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
Adulteration
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
19 terms
Pharmacy Technician Exam (PTCE): Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians Chapter 2
The regulatory agency for the field of…
What does the FDA do?
How to drugs differ from supplements?
Pure Food and Drug Act (1906)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
Supplements are considered foods by the FDA. Supplements are…
P: To forbid the interstate distribution or sale of adulterat…
The regulatory agency for the field of…
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
What does the FDA do?
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
33 terms
Terms & Definitions - Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies
act
adulteration
amendment
barbiturate
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
A change in the original act or law.
A drug derived from barbituric acid; a barbiturates acts as a…
act
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
adulteration
The mishandling of medication that can lead to contamination…
19 terms
Pharmacy Technician Exam (PTCE): Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians Chapter 2
The regulatory agency for the field of…
What does the FDA do?
How to drugs differ from supplements?
Pure Food and Drug Act (1906)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
Supplements are considered foods by the FDA. Supplements are…
P: To forbid the interstate distribution or sale of adulterat…
The regulatory agency for the field of…
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is a branch of the d…
What does the FDA do?
Regulates legal drugs, once recognized by the FDA health care…
11 terms
Pharmacy Law Chapter 2
Act
Amendment
1906 Federal Food and Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
a statuary plan passed by Congress or any legislature which i…
A change in the original act or law
Manufactures were required to put truthful information on the…
People could no longer obtain opium without a prescription.... R…
Act
a statuary plan passed by Congress or any legislature which i…
Amendment
A change in the original act or law
Chp 2 Laws and Ethics of Pharmacy
ACT
Amendment
Practice of Pharmacy is governed by....
1906 Federal Food & Drug Act (FDA)
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature which…
Change in the original act or law
Series of laws, regulations and rules enforced by federal, st…
-One of the 1st laws enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately…
ACT
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature which…
Amendment
Change in the original act or law
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Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies Vocabulary Chapter 2
Act
Adulteration
Amendment
Barbiturate
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
The mishandling of medications that can lead to contamination…
A change in the original act or law
A drug derived from barbituric acid; a barbiturate acts as a…
Act
A statutory plan passed by Congress or any legislature that i…
Adulteration
The mishandling of medications that can lead to contamination…
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Chapter 4 - Pharmacy Law and Ethics
statue
criminal law
civil law
plaintiff
a law, decree, or edict
any law dealing with crime or punishment
any law dealing with the rights of private citizens
the party that initiates a legal actions
statue
a law, decree, or edict
criminal law
any law dealing with crime or punishment
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Pharmacy Law Chapter 2
Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Sulfanilamide elixir tragedy of 1937
FDCA of 1938
No new drug may be marketed or sold unless being proved to be…
Concerns for risk of public health and safety associated with…
Manufacturer produced drug as an "elixir" with diethylene gly…
Expanded earlier FDCA act and said labels must contain adequa…
Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD…
No new drug may be marketed or sold unless being proved to be…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Concerns for risk of public health and safety associated with…
Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law
Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention &…
Health Insurance Portability & Account…
Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
1. Basis for pharmacy law today... 2. Created FDA... 3. Required pa…
1. Created DEA... 2. Controlled substances are placed in one of…
1. Deals with patent's right to continuance of health insuran…
1. Enacted in an attempt to ensure the safety and effectivene…
Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938
1. Basis for pharmacy law today... 2. Created FDA... 3. Required pa…
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention &…
1. Created DEA... 2. Controlled substances are placed in one of…
Pharmacy Law (Chapter 2)
child-resistant packaging
controlled substances
drug enforcement administration (DEA)
initial inventory
...
...
...
...
child-resistant packaging
...
controlled substances
...
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Ch2 Pharmacy Law, Standards and Ethics
Common law
Statutory Laws
Regulatory law
Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) of 1…
system of precedents established by decisions in cases throug…
passed by legislative bodies at the federal, state, and local…
system of rules and regulations established by governmental b…
Created Food and Drug Administration (FDA), requires pharmace…
Common law
system of precedents established by decisions in cases throug…
Statutory Laws
passed by legislative bodies at the federal, state, and local…
71 terms
Chapter 2- Pharmacy Law
What is a tech's first consideration i…
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the inters…
What Act created the FDA and clearly d…
What is required on a MFG label for pr…
To ensure the health and safety of the PT
Pure Food and Drug Act 1906
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
Name and place of Business... NDC... Directions for Use... Ingredients…
What is a tech's first consideration i…
To ensure the health and safety of the PT
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the inters…
Pure Food and Drug Act 1906
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Business Law & Ethics - Chapter 2
Ethics
Business Ethics
Consequence-based reasoning
The Good
Deciding what is right or wrong in a reasoned, impartial mann…
The ethical principles used in making business decisions.
Recognizes that lying usually produces bad consequences.
The primary goal toward which human life should be directed.
Ethics
Deciding what is right or wrong in a reasoned, impartial mann…
Business Ethics
The ethical principles used in making business decisions.
Chapter 4 pharmacy law & Ethics
Centers for disease control and preven…
The pure food and drug act of 1906
The sherley amendment of 1912
The food, drug, and cosmetic act of 1938
Protecting public health
Attempted to ban the soft drink Coca-cola
Not prohibit false therapeutic claims
FDCA was to limit interstate commerce
Centers for disease control and preven…
Protecting public health
The pure food and drug act of 1906
Attempted to ban the soft drink Coca-cola
Chapter 2; Quiz 1: Pharmacy Law, Ethics, & Regulatory Agencies
FDA
DEA
OSHA
Protected Health Information
enforces guidelines for manufacturers to ensure safety and ef…
prevents illegal distribution and misuses of controlled subst…
What organization oversees safety in the workplace?
PHI
FDA
enforces guidelines for manufacturers to ensure safety and ef…
DEA
prevents illegal distribution and misuses of controlled subst…
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Pharmacy Law - Chapter 2
Role of FDA
CDER aka
What does the CDER do? (2)
Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act? (2) **focus…
Safeguards safety & efficacy of country's drug supply
Center for drug evaluation & research
(1) Evaluates new drugs before sale [Weighs benefits w/ risks…
(1) Regulates all drugs introduced into interstate commerce (…
Role of FDA
Safeguards safety & efficacy of country's drug supply
CDER aka
Center for drug evaluation & research
chapter two laws and ethics of pharmacy
1938 food, drug and cosmetic act
1962 kefauver-harris amendment
1906 federal food and drug act
1987 prescription drug marketing act
required drug companies to include directions for use for the…
attempted to ensure the safety and effectiveness of all new d…
enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately labeled drugs
required the label "caution federal law restricts this drug t…
1938 food, drug and cosmetic act
required drug companies to include directions for use for the…
1962 kefauver-harris amendment
attempted to ensure the safety and effectiveness of all new d…
Law and ethics chapter 2
Three court levels
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Trial, appellate, and Supreme
Law making body (Senate and house of representatives)
President, cabinet, and advisors enforces the law
Judges and federal courts, interpret laws
Three court levels
Trial, appellate, and Supreme
Legislative branch
Law making body (Senate and house of representatives)
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Pharmacy Law & Ethics - Module 2
This act provided that no new drug cou…
This act established two categories of…
This act prohibited adulteration and m…
This act moved the regulatory authorit…
B) Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
C) Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
A) Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
F) Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
This act provided that no new drug cou…
B) Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
This act established two categories of…
C) Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
Chapter 3 Pharmacy Law, Regulations, & Ethics Review
Under the Combat Methamphetamine Epide…
__________ is the name for the branch…
Drug products that contain identical a…
What federal law sets daily and monthl…
A) two years.
Ethics
A) pharmaceutical equivalents.
Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act (CMEA)
Under the Combat Methamphetamine Epide…
A) two years.
__________ is the name for the branch…
Ethics
Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law
Legend Drug
OBRA 90
Food and Drug Act
Sherley Amendment
A drug that is required by federal law to be dispensed by pre…
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990
Outlaws states from buying and selling food, drinks, and drug…
Outlaws labeling drugs with fake medical claims meant to tric…
Legend Drug
A drug that is required by federal law to be dispensed by pre…
OBRA 90
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990
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Ch. 2 Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians
Administrative law
Bioethics
Case Law
Common Law
Regulations set forth by governmental agencies, such as the I…
A discipline dealing with the ethical and moral implications…
Law established by judicial decision in legal cases and used…
Derives authority from ancient usages and customs affirmed by…
Administrative law
Regulations set forth by governmental agencies, such as the I…
Bioethics
A discipline dealing with the ethical and moral implications…
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2: Law and Ethics of Pharmacy Test
Federal Food and Drug Act
Harrison Narcotic Act
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
Durham-Humphrey Amendment
1906-Enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately labeled drugs
1914- Enacted because of excessive opium addiction across the…
1938-Required drug companies to include directions for use fo…
1951-Made the initial distinction between a legend drug and o…
Federal Food and Drug Act
1906-Enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately labeled drugs
Harrison Narcotic Act
1914- Enacted because of excessive opium addiction across the…
17 terms
Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law
Certification
Controlled substance
Drug enforcement administration
Food and Drug Adminisration
Voluntary process non governmental organization recognizes an…
A drug that has potential for abuse, organized into five sche…
Branch of US Justice Department responsible for regulating th…
Ensuring the safety and efficacy of food and drugs prepared f…
Certification
Voluntary process non governmental organization recognizes an…
Controlled substance
A drug that has potential for abuse, organized into five sche…
Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act o…
FDA Required Testing
Durham- Humphrey Amendment of 1951
Proved unenforceable drugs must not be ADULTERATED- containin…
Most important pieces of legislation in pharmaceutical histor…
1. Preclinical trials- animal/invitro testing -must prove thr…
Prescription ONLY and Over the counter meds did not include "…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Proved unenforceable drugs must not be ADULTERATED- containin…
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act o…
Most important pieces of legislation in pharmaceutical histor…
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Pharmacy Law Chapter 2
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (…
Pure Food and drug act 1906
Durham-Humphrey amendment
Food additives amendment
-drug need to be both safe and effective and approved by FDA…
the law prohibited the adulteration and misbranding of foods…
-established prescription and OTC classes... -authorize oral pre…
component added to food products must receive premarket appro…
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (…
-drug need to be both safe and effective and approved by FDA…
Pure Food and drug act 1906
the law prohibited the adulteration and misbranding of foods…
Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law
Legend Drug
OBRA 90
Food and Drug Act
Sherley Amendment
A drug that is required by federal law to be dispensed by pre…
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990
Outlaws states from buying and selling food, drinks, and drug…
Outlaws labeling drugs with fake medical claims meant to tric…
Legend Drug
A drug that is required by federal law to be dispensed by pre…
OBRA 90
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990
11 terms
Chapter 2 - Ethics and the Law
Sarbanes-Oxley
Morals
Ethics
Values
A federal statute that placed an onus on upper management to…
Beliefs of an individual as to what is right or wrong
The standards and principles for the behavior of individuals…
Beliefs or standards considered worthwhile, and from which a…
Sarbanes-Oxley
A federal statute that placed an onus on upper management to…
Morals
Beliefs of an individual as to what is right or wrong
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Pharmacy Law, Ethics, and Regulatory Agencies - Pharmacy Laws
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
One of the first laws enacted to stop the sale of inaccuratel…
Enacted in the United States in parallel with international t…
Important concepts of this act were adulteration, misbranding…
Added more instructions for drug companies, required the labe…
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
One of the first laws enacted to stop the sale of inaccuratel…
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
Enacted in the United States in parallel with international t…
Chapter 2 law & ethics
Treating a patient ina manner that is…
Professional negligence is also called…
The statute of limitations is generall…
The four D's of negligence include...
Malpractice
Malpractice
Eight
Direct cause, dereliction, and damages
Treating a patient ina manner that is…
Malpractice
Professional negligence is also called…
Malpractice
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Chapter 2- Law and Ethics
Ethics
Negligence
Defendant
Abandonment
Wrong and right conduct
Most common type of medical tort liability
The person being sued
When a doctor stops the care of a patient without reasonable…
Ethics
Wrong and right conduct
Negligence
Most common type of medical tort liability
22 terms
Chapter 4: Pharmacy Law and Ethics
adulterated
autonomy
beneficence
civil law
altered and causing an undesired effect
the condition or quality of being independent
the quality of being kind or charitable
any law dealing with the rights of private citizens
adulterated
altered and causing an undesired effect
autonomy
the condition or quality of being independent
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CHAPTER 4 Pharmacy Law and Ethics
Statue
Criminal law
Civil law
Plaintiff
a law, decree, or edict.
any law dealing with crime or punishment.
any law dealing with the rights of private citizens.
the party that initiates a legal action.
Statue
a law, decree, or edict.
Criminal law
any law dealing with crime or punishment.
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Law & Ethics Chapter 2
US Legal System
Legislative
Executive
Judicial
established by constitution; one federal legal system and 50…
branch of US Govt; lawmaking body; Congress is made up of Sen…
branch of US Govt; President, cabinet, and advisors; administ…
branch of US Govt; Judges and federal courts; interprets law
US Legal System
established by constitution; one federal legal system and 50…
Legislative
branch of US Govt; lawmaking body; Congress is made up of Sen…
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Law & Ethics Chapter 2
needs-based motivation
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
ultilitarianism
principle of utility
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
a consequence-oriented theory that states that decisions shou…
used in utilitarianism; requires that the rule used in making…
needs-based motivation
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
14 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 2
needs-based motivation
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
ultilitarianism
principle of utility
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
a consequence-oriented theory that states that decisions shou…
used in utilitarianism; requires that the rule used in making…
needs-based motivation
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
28 terms
Chapter 2: Pharmacy Law and Regulations
Pure Food and Drug Act
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
Durham-Humphrey Act
Kefauver-Harris Amendment
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the interstate transportation or…
-FDA was created under this act... -Requires that all new drug a…
An amendment to FDCA 1930 requiring all products to have adeq…
-Requires all medications in the US to be pure, safe, and eff…
Pure Food and Drug Act
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the interstate transportation or…
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
-FDA was created under this act... -Requires that all new drug a…
20 terms
Pharmacy Law and Ethics Part 2
A display of written, printed, or grap…
Which of the following information is…
Which of the following information is…
Which of the following information is…
label
NDC
date of fill
unique lot or control number
A display of written, printed, or grap…
label
Which of the following information is…
NDC
chapter 4 pharmacy law and ethics
statute
criminal law
civil law
plantiff
a law decree or deict
any law dealing with crime or punishment
any law dealing with the rights of private citizens
party that initiates a legal action
statute
a law decree or deict
criminal law
any law dealing with crime or punishment
Pharmacy Tech: Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law and Regulations
Prescribing Authority
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938... (…
Medical Doctors... Physician Assistants... Nurse Practitioners... Dent…
Prohibits the interstate transport or sale of adulterated and…
Required opium to have a prescription.
Requires all new drug applications be filed with the FDA.... Cle…
Prescribing Authority
Medical Doctors... Physician Assistants... Nurse Practitioners... Dent…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Prohibits the interstate transport or sale of adulterated and…
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Chapter 2 Pharmacy Law and Regulations
Computerization
Online Adjudication
faxes
personal digital assistants
method of processing, storing and transferring prescriptions
method of billing insurance companies and ensuring payment fo…
method of transmitting prescriptions and medication orders fr…
method of transmitting prescriptions to a pharmacy
Computerization
method of processing, storing and transferring prescriptions
Online Adjudication
method of billing insurance companies and ensuring payment fo…
51 terms
Chapter 4 - Pharmacy Law and Ethics
statue
criminal law
civil law
plaintiff
a law, decree, or edict
any law dealing with crime or punishment
any law dealing with the rights of private citizens
the party that initiates a legal actions
statue
a law, decree, or edict
criminal law
any law dealing with crime or punishment
14 terms
PHARMACY LAW, CHAPTER 2
What is the FDCA?
Purpose of the Pure Food and Drug Act?
Purpose of the Food, Drug, and Cosmeti…
Purpose of Durham-Humphrey Amendment?
Protects consumers from misbranded/adulterated food, drugs, c…
No adulteration and misbranding of food/drugs in interstate c…
No new drug can be marketed until proven safe for use under t…
Labels of prescription drugs do not need to contain "adequate…
What is the FDCA?
Protects consumers from misbranded/adulterated food, drugs, c…
Purpose of the Pure Food and Drug Act?
No adulteration and misbranding of food/drugs in interstate c…
14 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 2
needs-based motivation
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
ultilitarianism
principle of utility
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
a consequence-oriented theory that states that decisions shou…
used in utilitarianism; requires that the rule used in making…
needs-based motivation
the theory that human behavior is based on specific human nee…
teleological or consequence-oriented t…
decision-making theory that judges the rightness or wrongness…
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