After shaking a suspension, you discover that the particles have formed tight
aggregates that which will not satisfactorily re-disperse. What should you do?
a. Discard the suspension.
b. Agitate the suspension until the aggregates are broken.
Place the suspension into a blender and turn the machine on.
d. Place a "Shake Well Before Using" label on the bottle and dispense it.
From the group below, select the statement that best applies to the storage of
a. Suspensions should be frozen to extend their shelf life.
b. Suspensions should be stored upside-down to prevent sedimentation.
Antibiotic suspensions should be stored in the refrigerator.
d. Suspensions subject to deterioration from light should be stored in clear
bottles so you can see if they have deteriorated.
From the groups of auxiliary labels below, select the group that contains the two
auxiliary labels required to be placed on bottles containing lotions that will be
dispensed to patients.
a. "For the Eye" and "Shake Well Before Using."
b. "Caution: This medication Can Be Habit Forming" and "For External Use
"For External Use Only" and "Do Not Take on an Empty Stomach."
d. "For External Use Only" and "Shake Well Before Using."
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