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1. The Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicines Authority is governed by
2. The withholding period is the minimum period that must elapse between last administration or application of a pesticide or veterinary medicine, including treated feed, and the slaughter, collection, or use of the animal commodity for human consumption
3. If the medication is intended for external use only, the word “POISON”, or the words “FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY”, should be written in red on a white background seen on the label
4. The classification of drugs and poisons in different schedules is based on several factors
5. Compounded drugs are intended for immediate usage and so unless otherwise stated, an expiry 28 days from the date of manufacture applies.
6. The Drug, Poisons and Controlled Substances Regulations 2017 is governed by
7. Which is not an Opioid?
8. Examination gloves are acceptable for handling Cytotoxic Drugs?
9. On a Veterinary label the words KEEP OUT OF REARCH OF CHILDREN is written in the colour of:
10. Which of the following is a Cytotoxic Drug?
11. What is the industry recognize colour for cytotoxic materials? 
12. Schedule 4 (S4) medication must be stored in a safe.
13. Why do some medications require a dark/or coloured container?
14. A registered Veterinarian may dispense schedule 4 and Schedule 8 medication for an animal under his/her care but cannot delegate this activity to a veterinary nurse
15. How long must an accurate record of schedules drugs, administered or supplied drugs be kept for?
16. For a repeat of prescription only medication an animal must be seen every?
17.

What resources can you use to find the drug schedule for a particular medication or poison?

18. What are the storage requirements of Pentobarbitone (Lethabarb)?
19. Which drug class is appropriate for Enrofloxacin (Baytril)?
20. Schedule 7 (Dangerous Poison) is legally defined as: Substances with a moderate potential for causing harm, the extent of reduced through the use of appropriate packaging with strong warnings and safety directions

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