Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy Question Paper 2023

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NOTES

  1. Attempt all parts.
  2. Students are advised to specially check the the Number Date of question paper in both versions. If there is any difference in Hindi Translation of any question, the students answer the question according to the English version.
  3. Use of Paper and Mobile Phone by the students is not allowed.

Table of Contents

PART-A

Answer any six questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [6×5=30]

  1. Give the requirements and professional responsibilities of pharmacist in a hospital.
  2. Describe in brief functions and objectives of pharmacy therapeutic committee.
  3. What is inventory control? Give importance of inventory control.
  4. Describe the applications of computer in hospital pharmacy practice.
  5. Define clinical pharmacy. Describe the scope of clinical pharmacy.
  6. Write about medication history of the patient.
  7. Explain various strategies to minimize medication errors.

PART-B

Answer any ten questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [10×3=30]

  1. Write the difference in between hospital pharmacy and community pharmacy.
  2. Write a note on hospital pharmacy standards (FIP Basel Statements).
  3. Give the role of pharmacist in prevention of antimicrobial resistance.
  4. Define high risk drugs. What are the strategies used to reduce errors using high risk drugs?
  5. Write a note on disposal of narcotic drugs.
  6. Write a note on distribution of drugs to ICCU/ICU/NICU/Emergency Wards.
  7. Define radiopharmaceuticals. Write in brief about storage of radiopharmaceuticals.
  8. What is medication therapy management?
  9. Enlist the various test used to assess the renal function.
  10. What are the steps involved in general treatment of poison?
  11. Write the clinical significance of drug interactions.

PART-C

Answer all questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [20×1=20]

  1. Number of pharmacists required for 200 beded hospital ___________.
    • a) 15
    • b) 8
    • c) 10
    • d) 20
  2. Large hospital have ______________.
    • a) 1000 and above beds
    • b) 500-1000 beds
    • c) 100-500 beds
    • d) Less than 100 beds
  3. Minimum area requirement of hospital ______________.
    • a) 100 sq.ft
    • b) 200 sq.ft
    • c) 250 sq.ft
    • d) 400 sq.ft
  4. Universal antidote contains _________.
    • a) Magnesiu, oxide
    • b) Tannic Acid
    • c) Char coal
    • d) All of above
  5. Presence of protein in urine is known as ___________.
    • Glycosuria/Proteinuria
  6. Pharmacists are associated with _________.
    • Diagnosis of the disease/Dispensing of drugs
  7. The total number of copies of purchase order prepared are ________.
    • a) 05
    • b) 06
    • c) 07
    • d) 09
  8. Cold Storage temperature is __________.
    • a) 0oC to 8oC
    • b) 10oC to 14oC
    • c) 15oC to 18oC
    • d) None
  9. ________ is the activity required by the organization to deliver goods or services to consumer.
    • Supply Chain/ Cold Chain
  10. The patients who come to hospital with general symptoms like fever, caugh and cold are known as _________.
    • General outpatient/ Inpatient
  11. A disease of brain due to abnormal electrical discharge is known as _________.
    • Epilepsy/ Coma
  12. Increase in heart rate is __________.
    • Bradycardia/ Tachycardia
  13. _________test is used for detection of bile pigments.
    • a) Lipid panel
    • b) Fouchet’s
    • c) Pulmonary function
    • d) Renal function
  14. Six minutes walk test is a ____________.
    • a) Fluid deprivation test
    • b) Pulmonary function test
    • c) Fouchet’s test
    • d) Modified Gmelin’s test
  15. BAL is also known as __________.
    • a) Dimercaprol
    • b) Desferrioxime
    • c) Nalorphine
    • d) Sodium nitrate
  16. When type of poison is known, then ____________ antidote is used.
    • a) Physiological
    • b) Chemical
    • c) Mechanical
    • d) Universal
  17. A prescription for schedule II and Schedule III controlled drug is valid for:
    • a) 10 days
    • b) 12 days
    • c) 14 days
    • d) 20 days
  18. FEFO stands for _____________.
    • a) First Entry First Out
    • b) First Expired First Out.
    • c) First Exist First Over
    • d) None
  19. __________ is a time taken between placing order and reciept of drugs to the department.
    • Lead time/ Buffer stock
  20. The outpatients who are able to walk and receive primary health care are called ________.
    • a) General outpatient
    • b) Emergency outpatient
    • c) Referred outpatient
    • d) Ambulatory patient

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