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Pharmacology of Inflammation

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Pharmacology of Inflammation by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Inflammation Pharmacology.


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    1. Arachidonic acid is made from phospholipids by the enzyme Phospholipase A2.
    2. Arachidonic acid is broken down by the enzyme Phospholipase A2.
    3. Arachidonic acid is converted into phospholipids by the enzyme Phospholipase A2.
    4. Arachidonic acid and Phospholipase A2 do the same thing.
    5. Phospholipase A2 is a steric inhibitor at Arachidonic acid receptors.
    1. Leukotrienes are made of sphingolipids.
    2. Leukotrienes increase vascular permeability.
    3. Leukotrienes dilate the airways of the lungs.
    4. Leukotrienes increase secretions in the lungs.
    5. Leukotrienes are made of phospholipids.
    1. Phospholipase A2
    2. Corticosteroids
    3. NSAID
    4. Aspirin (ASA)
    5. Lipoxygenase inhibitor
    1. Cortisol
    2. Prostacyclin
    3. Thromboxane
    4. Prostaglandin
    5. Leukotrienes
    1. NSAIDs are anti-inflammatory while Acetaminophen is not.
    2. NSAIDs and Acetaminophen work on the same molecular target.
    3. Acetaminophen is an anti-inflammatory while NSAIDs are not.
    4. Acetaminophen is rarely used in modern medicine.
    5. NSAIDs are rarely used in modern medicine.

    Author of lecture Pharmacology of Inflammation

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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