Type
Crossword
Description

MEANS BY WHICH A DRUG ENTERS THE BODY ROUTE
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A MEDICATION FORM
SOLID FORM OF MEDICATION MADE FROM COMPRESSED POWDERED MEDICATION TABLET
MEDICATION IN A HARD OR SOFT GELATIN SHELL CAPSULE
PASSES THROUGH THE ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT OF STOMACH AND BREAKS DOWN IN THE BASE ENVIRONMENT OF INTESTINES ENTERIC COATED
SOLID FORM OF MEDICINE THAT IS PLACED ON TONGUE AND BREAKS DOWN IN PRESENCE OF SALIVA FAST DISSOLVING TABLET
COATED, OVAL MEDICATION TABLET CAPLET
A NOTCHED TABLET THAT CAN BE SPLIT WITH PILL CUTTER SCORED TABLET
FLAT, ROUND FORM CONTAINING ACTIVE MEDICATION AND SWEETENED FLAVORING:DISSOLVES ON TONGUE LOZENGE
A SOLID MEDICATION CONTAINING THE ACTIVE MEDICATION AND AN ANTACID BUFFERED

oral medications and parenteral dosages Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

medication administered into a muscle by injection intramuscular
medication administered under the skin by injection subcutaneous
medication administered between the layers of the skin intradermal
medication delivered directly to the blood stream through a vein intravenous
a solid disk that contains a drug tablet
oval-shaped pills that have a coating for easy swallowing caplets
oval-shaped shells that consist of two pieces that fit together capsules
gelatin shells that are not designed to be opened gelcaps
tablets that have a coating that is meant to dissolve in the small intestines enteric-coated
contain granules of medication spansules
a type of syringe that is less than 1 mL tuberculin
a type of syringe that is greater than 1 mL standard
when the amount to administer is greater than 1 mL always round to the nearest ____ place tenths
when the amount to administer is less than 1 mL always round to the nearest ____ place hundredth
inhaled medications inhalants
medications that are administered through the skin transdermal
medication applied to the skin topical
medications used for the eyes ophthalmic
medications used for the ears otic

Pharmacy Technician Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

tablets that should be chewed instead of swallowed? chewable
tablets are similar to sublingual, except they are disintergrated in the buccal pouch of the mouth located between the fums and cheek. buccal
have ingredients added to the shell to give it a soft and elastic consistency. solft gelatin
solid medication forms in which the active and inactive ingredients of a drug are contained in a shell. capsules
solid preparation in which fine, uniform particles of active and inactive ingredients are ground up. powder
semisolid preparations that may or may not contain medication and are composed of an oil -in-water base or water-in-oil base. cream
semisolid dose forms composed of solid and liquid medications. ointment
semisolid dose form used to administer medication by way of the rectum, the vagina, or urethral track suppositories
are made from powder that are wetted and then dried. granules
tablet dissolved under the tongue. sublingual

Pharmacology Basics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

pharmacy that dispenses prescription medications to patients outside a hospital setting community
dose form placed under the skin to deliver the active ingredient slowly implant
unique number assigned to a product to identify the manufacturer, distributor, drug, and packaging size and type NDC
solid formulation for administering drugs through a body orifice such as the rectum suppository
drug that is artificially created synthetic
in a drug, ingredient that produces the desired therapeutic effect active
drug that prevents, cures, diagnoses, or relieves symptoms of a disease therapeutic
dose form containing powder, liquid, or granules in a gelatin covering capsule
drug sold without a prescription OTC
device used to deliver medication in a fine mist deep into the lungs nebulizer

Digestive System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Nutrient molecules passed through the wall of your digestive system into your blood Absorption
Your teeth carry out the first role of ______ Mechanical digestion
___ is accomplished by enzymes Chemical digestion
The fluid released when your mouth waters is called ___ Saliva
A flap of tissue called the ___ seals off your windpipe, preventing the food from entering Epiglottis
The ___ is the last section of the digestive system Large Intestine
After food enters the ___, contractions of smooth muscles push the food towards the stomach Esophagus
___ is a thick, slippery substance produced by the body Mucus
The ___ is a j-shaped muscular pouch located in the abdomen Stomach
The ___ , which is located in the upper right portion of the abdomen, is the largest organ in the body Liver
___ is a substance that breaks up fat particles Bile
The large intestine ends in a short tube called the ___ Rectum
The ___, is a muscular opening at the end of the rectum Anus
Bile flows from the liver into the ___ Gallbladder
The ___ is a triangular organ that lies between the stomach and the first part of the small intestine Pancreas
The pancreas produces enzymes that flow into the small intestine and help break down ____, proteins, and fats Starches
Starches, ___, and fats Proteins
The small intestine helps break down ___ Fat
The lining of the small intestine is covered with millions of tiny finger shaped structures called ___ Villi
More professional wore for villi Villus

Nails Care: Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

acrylic
base coat
bonder
brushes
buffer
clippers
cotton balls
cuticle pusher
drill
fiberglass wrap
file
finger bowl
foot file
forms
free edge
gel
glue
manicure
nail art
nail plate
nippers
oil
paraffin
pedicure
polish
polish remover
scrub
silk wrap
soak
tip cutters
tips
toe separators
top coat
uv light
wood sticks

cells and systems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the system that is responsible for breathing. respiratory system
the system that is responsible for breaking down food into nutrients digestive system
the system that is responsible for eliminating non-solid waste from your body. excretory system
a dome shaped muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity. diaphragm
sit on top of the trachea larynx
carries urine from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body. urethra
a ball the tongue forms by moving the food around in the mouth. bolus
responsible for gas exchange. alveoli
an enzyme in the saliva that breaks down carbohydrates amilase
the bile is produced there. liver
the majority of absorption happens there. jejunum
it is the end of the large intestine where leftover waste is compacted. rectum
the feces passes out of the body through the _____ anus
the bile is stored in it gall bladder
tiny finger like progections found in the jejunum. they increase the surfacre arsa for absorption. villie
it is broken down into three parts: doudenum, jejunum and microvilli. small intestine
a flap of tissue that guards the entrance of the trechea. it closes when anything swallowed sould go to the esophagus and stomach. epiglottis
provide protection for your chest cavity. ribs
each of this _______ leads to your lungs. bronchi
life from something living. biogenesis
hom many characteristics do living things has? six
life from something non-living a biogenesis
directs all the cell activities. nucleus
when the bolus enters your stomach, it is know called _________ chime
surrounds the nucleus. contain the entrance to the nucleus. nuclear mambrane
how many chriomosomes do cells have? forty six
what are chromosomes made out of? DNA
it moves meterials around the cell endoplasmic reticulum
each cell contain thousands of it. ribosomes
it is called "protein packaging plant". golgi
produces energy for the cell. mitochondria
digestive plant for proteins, fats and carbohydrates. lysosome
usually found in plant cell. contain green chlorophyll. chloroplast
mambrance bound sacs for storage, digestion and waste removal. vacuole
contaim organells surrounded by membrance. eukaryotic
does not have structures surrounded by membrance. prokaryotic
potosynthesis- takes carbon dioxide to make ________. oxygen
what can kill bacteria? antibiotics
what can kill viruses? antivirus
any protein that our immune system used to recognize "self" vs. "not self". antigen
protein produced in the immune system to tag and destroy ivasine microbes. antibody
various chemicals produces by certain soil microbes that are toxic to many bacteria. antibiotics
antibiotics break the cell wall to stop bacteria from _________. reproducing
movement of molecules from an area in which they are highly concentrated to an area in which they are less concentrated. diffusion
helps newly formed virus particles leave the host cell. neuraminidase
what is H5N1? bird flu
a flu virus may exchange genes with other viruses that have infected other cells. genetic mixing

Digestive system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Damage and scarring of the liver Cirrhosis
A round mass of chewed food before swallowing Bolus
An accessory organ that secretes many enzymes essential fod food digestion Pancreas
Projections that maximize absorption in the walls of the intestine. Villi
Partially digested food in the stomach Chyme
Involuntary waves of muscle contraction Peristalsis
The end of the large intestine where waste is in solid form before eliminated Rectum
Largest organ in the body that secretes bile Liver
Fluid that helps in chemical digestion in the mouth. Saliva
A muscular tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach. Esophagus
Substance that neutralizes stomach acidity Antacid
A digestive juice that is secreted by the liver Bile
An abnormal frequent flow of loose and watery stools. Diarrhea
A pear-shaped organ that store bile Gallbladder
Prevents chyme in the stomach from going into the esophagus. Cardiac sphincter
The last and longest portion of the small intestine Ileum
An enzyme present in the mouth and pancreas that helps to digest carbohydrates Amylase
Another name of the digestive tract Alimentary canal
Carbohydrates that are composed of two monosaccharides Disaccharides
Enzyme that breaks down fats in food Lipase

Chapter 4: Key Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A spray that contains very fine liquid or solid drug particles in a gas propellant that is packaged under pressure Aerosol
An alcohol-based solution Alcoholic Solution
A suspension that contains medications distributed in water Aqueous Suspension
A solution of water that contains oil or other volatile substances Aromatic Water
Administration of a drug intravenously all at once or over a short period of time Bolus dose
An oral route of administration in which the medication is placed between the cheek and gum Buccal
A hybrid of a tablet and capsule Caplet
A soild dosage form that uses a hard or soft gelatin shell Capsule
A solid dosage form that is designed to be chewed Chewable tablet
A semisolid dosage form that is an O/W emulsion because it contains a small amount of oil dispersed in water Cream
The drug is administered over an extended period of time Delayed-release
An injectable in which the release and duration of action of the drug is prolonged Depot
Additives used to increase the bulk weight or volume of a dosage form Diluents
A liquid in which the medication is not dissolved, but distributed throughout the vehicle Dispersion
A system, device, or physical form of a dose by which the drug is delivered or administered to the body Dosage form
A clear, sweet solution that contains dissolved medication in a base of water and ethanol Elixir
A mixture of two substances that are unblendable. One substance is dispersed in the other. Emulsion
An ingredient used to bind together substances that normally do not mix Emulsifying Agent

The Digestive System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Location where most nutrients are absorbed Small intestine
The tube that connects the mouth to the stomach Oesophagus
The process of moving food from the throat to the stomach using muscle movement peristalsis
The start of the digestive system Mouth
This organ removes toxins and produces a digestive liquid Liver
The digestive liquid that the liver creates Bile
The form of sugar the liver stores glycogen
The stomach contains this Acid
The stomach jobs is to do what to the food Breakdown
The organ that stores bile Gallbladder
The gall bladder released bile to help digest what Fat
This organ regulates blood glucose level in the body Pancreas
The pancreas makes what hormone insulin
This organ is responsible for getting rid of unwanted food Large intestine
The small and large intestine are ___________ Connected
The function of this organ is unknown Appendix
The part of the large intestine that holds unwanted food Rectum
The exit point of the digestive system Anus
Crush food with your teeth Chew
These are used to chew food Teeth
The digestive system breaks down food to get _________________ energy
Muscle in your mouth used to push food around Tongue
The mouth produces this liquid to help with digestion Saliva
The small intestine is broken into how many parts Three
We eat this to get our energy Food
The oesophagus is approximately how many cms long Twenty

Birth Control/ Contraceptive Methods Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Suppositories must be given time to _______ once inserted in the vagina. Melt
The _____ environment of the vagina helps to activate suppositories and to kill some bacteria. Acidic
Device inserted into the uterus by a doctor. IUD
Not having sexual intercourse. Abstinence
Condoms must be put on before any _____ contact takes place. Genital
Oral contraception Pill
Rubber or animal skin sheath worn on the penis. Condom
White aerosol cream placed in the vagina. Foam
Absorbs, blocks, and chemically kills sperm. OTC Sponge
Chemical sperm killer. OTC Spermicide
Depo-Provera is given through an _____. Injection
Offers protection against pregnancy for 3 years. Rod placed in _____. Arm
Hormonal methods prevent _____. Ovulation
Most hormonal methods are a combination of 2 female hormones: estrogen & _____. Progesterone
Hormonal methods containing estrogen are NOT recommended for heavy _____. Smokers
Spermicide suppositories are available in capsules or _____. Film
_____-based products create small tears or breaks in a condom & should not be used. Oil