CNPR® Certification Exam 13th and 14th Edition
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1. How are drugs sorted into therapeutic groups and classes?
1. first by the conditions that they are used to treat, and then by their mechanisms of action
2. first by their mechanisms of action, and then by their therapeutic effects
3. first by their side effects, and then by their therapeutic effects
4. first by their toxicity, and then by their…show more content…
1. Everyone would benefit equally from electronic sampling programs
2. physicians in hospitals who are too busy to see representatives
3. physicians in rural areas who are not as frequently visited by representatives
4. physicians in urban areas who are too busy to see representatives
16. When referring to medication dosage, which abbreviation means “one-half”:
17. What is an internist?
1. a physician who practices internal medicine
2. a physician 's intern
3. a type of oncologist who specializes in chemotherapy
4. an internal sales representative
18. Which of the following is a type of white blood cell?
19. Why are novice sales representatives often placed in charge of negotiating MCO formularies?
1. to become more familiar with the healthcare industry
2. to become more familiar with their territories
3. P&T committees are more receptive to new faces.
4. They are not. This job is usually reserved for more experienced reps.
20. What distinguishes pharmacodynamics from pharmacokinetics?
1. Pharmacodynamics studies a drug 's ex vivo effects.
2. Pharmacodynamics studies how drugs affect the body.
3. Pharmacodynamics studies the how the body affects drugs.
4. Pharmacodynamics studies the time required for a drug 's absorption.
21. What proportion of the drugs tested on human subjects are eventually approved by the FDA?
1. about 20%
2. about 60%
3. about 70%