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Pharmacology Question Set 3

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    The lecture Pharmacology Question Set 3 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Pharmacology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Diarrhea
    2. Bronchodilation
    3. Blood coagulation
    4. Decrease vascular permeability
    5. Increase vascular smooth muscle tone
    1. Amoxicillin
    2. Ranitidine
    3. Warfarin
    4. Rifampicin
    5. Phenytoin
    1. Ascorbic acid can be used for it.
    2. NH4Cl cannot be given to this patient.
    3. NH4Cl is safe in hepatic impairment, but risky in renal impairment.
    4. It reduces the excretion of alkaline drugs.
    5. The drug becomes less ionized.
    1. Atropine: Cholinesterase receptor
    2. Tamoxifen: Steroid receptor
    3. Diphenhydramine: Histamine receptor
    4. Ciprofloxacin: DNA topoisomerase
    5. Allopurinol: Xanthene oxidase
    1. Activation of gene transcription
    2. Inhibition of adenylyl cyclase
    3. Activation of tyrosine kinase
    4. Sodium ion flux
    5. Stimulation of adenylyl cyclase
    1. Ramipril
    2. Clopidogrel
    3. Nitroglycerin
    4. Lovastatin
    5. Digoxin
    1. Cyclophosphamide
    2. Cytarabine
    3. Rituximab
    4. Methotrexate
    5. Prednisone
    1. Spironolactone
    2. Nitroglycerine
    3. Amlodipine
    4. Losartan
    5. Atorvastatin
    1. Nimodipine
    2. Nifedipine
    3. Frusemide
    4. Verapamil
    5. Ecosprin
    1. Tab. Sildenafil 50mg 1 hour before intercourse
    2. Single dose of labetalol 2 hours before intercourse
    3. Prophylactic beta blocker
    4. Pre-exertional GTN
    5. Isosorbide dinitrite 10 minutes before intercourse
    1. Methyldopa
    2. Hydralazine
    3. Nifedipine
    4. Metoproplol
    5. Olmesartan
    1. Aspirin
    2. Nitrates
    3. Metoprolol
    4. Nicorandil
    5. Calcium channel blocker
    1. Lidocaine
    2. Digoxin
    3. Quinidine
    4. Atropine
    5. Dobutamine
    1. β-antagonist (labetalol)
    2. Calcium resonium
    3. Stoppage of amiloride
    4. Sodium bicarbonate (8.4%), 50 ml solution
    5. Glucose, 50 ml of 50% solution, plus 10 units of soluble insulin by IV infusion
    1. Milrinone
    2. Enalapril
    3. Carvedilol
    4. Spironolactone
    5. Digoxin
    1. Irreversible inhibition of thromboxaneA2 synthesis
    2. Stimulation of prostacyclin formation
    3. Irreversible inhibition of prostacyclin formation
    4. Inactivation of COX
    5. Reversible inhibition of thromboxane A2 synthesis
    1. Interferes with IP3 on Ca2+ release
    2. Inhibits PDE
    3. Release NO
    4. K+ channel activation
    5. Ca2+ channel antagonism
    1. Chance of heparin induced thrombocytopenia is more in LMW heparin
    2. Has less antithrombin activity than standard heparin
    3. Inhibits factor Xa
    4. Has mean molecular weight of 400-6500 D
    5. Longer half-life (t1/2) than standard heparin
    1. Amiodarone
    2. Sotalol
    3. Lidocaine
    4. Digitalis
    5. Verapamil
    1. To avoid nitrate tolerance
    2. To avoid vasodilator headache
    3. To overcome collapse
    4. To prevent methemoglobinemia
    5. It used in angina due to anemia

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