Drug Card Scavenger Hunt March 2019 Week # 1

Find the answer and qualify for a drawing for a great prize!

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Question for the week of March 4, 2019

This contest is open to any pharmacy, medicine, nursing or other allied health student or trainee (resident, fellow).  Please use the link below to respond to this question.  The answer can be found in the Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards or the Top 100 Nonprescription Drug Cards on Access Pharmacy.

What is the generic name of a xanthine oxidase inhibitor that has a max dose of 120 mg a day?

Use this link to respond:  March 4, 2019 Scavenger Hunt

One winner will be drawn from all correct responses received by Monday, March 11, 2019 and entered into a monthly drawing for a gift certificate redeemable for McGraw Hill publications. 


The correct answer to last week’s question (What is the generic name of a medication used to treat duodenal ulcers that is sometimes confused with FLUoxetine?) was either famotidine or omeprazole (PriLOSEC can be confused with Prozac).  The winner of last week's Drug Card Scavenger Hunt was Carly Huffman from the University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy.   Carly was also drawn randomly from the weekly winners last month as the winner for February 2019 and will receive a McGraw Hill gift certificate.  Check back every Monday for a new question and another chance to win!

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Jill Kolesar & Lee Vermeulen

Professors, University of Kentucky

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