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Pharmacology Question Set 1

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    The lecture Pharmacology Question Set 1 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Pharmacology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Nifedipine
    2. Diltiazem
    3. Verapamil
    4. Propranol
    5. Valsartan
    1. Adenosine
    2. Verapamil
    3. Digoxin
    4. Amiodarone
    5. Warfarin
    1. Aspirin, Dipyridamole, Cilostazol & Exercise
    2. Aspirin & Dipyridamole
    3. Dipyridamole & Cilostazol
    4. Cilostazol, Aspirin & Exercise
    5. Aspirin & Clopidogrel
    1. Replace Ramipril with any ARB like Valsartan
    2. Replace Furosemide with another diuretic
    3. Replace Aspirin with Clopidogril
    4. Replace all three drugs with an ARB
    5. Replace all three drugs with a beta blocker
    1. Statin (Any)
    2. Nicotinic Acid
    3. Bile Acid Resins
    4. Fibrates
    5. Gemfibrozil
    1. Intravenous N-Acetyle Cystein
    2. Oral N-Acetyle Cystein
    3. Activated Charcoal
    4. Metoclopramide/ Ondansetron
    5. Intravenous Normal Saline
    1. a & b together
    2. Ringer Lactate
    3. Sodium Bicarbonate
    4. Activated Charcoal
    5. Prokinetic Drugs
    1. Atropine initially followed by Pralidoxime
    2. Pralidoxine initially followed by Atropine
    3. Intravenous Magnesium Sulphate followed by washing of body areas with soap & water
    4. Succinylcholine followed by Atropine
    5. Pyridostigmine followed by Atropine
    1. Infliximab
    2. Cyclosporin
    3. Mizoribine
    4. Azathioprine
    5. Methotrexate
    1. Leflunomide
    2. Sulfasalazine
    3. Abatacept
    4. Anakinra
    5. Tofacitinib
    1. Minocycline
    2. Oxytetracycline
    3. Demeclocycline
    4. Doxycycline
    5. Lymecycline
    1. Bisphosphonates
    2. Calcitonin
    3. Denosumab
    4. Gallium Nitrate
    5. Calcitonn-Salmon
    1. Orlistat
    2. Naltrexone
    3. Lorcaserin
    4. Phentermine
    5. HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)
    1. Metformin
    2. Glimepiride
    3. Pioglitazone
    4. Repaglinide
    5. Dapagliflozin
    1. A PPI combined with clarithromycin & amoxicillin
    2. A PPI (proton pump inhibitor)
    3. A PPI combined with bismuth subsalisylate, tetracycline & metronidazole
    4. A combination of clarithromycin, metronidazole & amoxicillin
    5. F2 receptor antagonist combined with PPI
    1. Lactulose given orally
    2. Intravenous infusion of sodium benzoate and phenylacetate
    3. Sodium phenylbutyrate
    4. Carglutamic acid
    5. Naloxegol
    1. Nissen Fundoplication
    2. H. Pylori treatment
    3. H2 Receptor antagonist
    4. Magnesium Hydroxide
    5. Metoclopramide
    1. Azothiaprine
    2. Asacol
    3. Sulfasalazine
    4. Prednisolone (oral)
    5. Hydrocortisone (I.V)
    1. Linezolid
    2. Daptomycin
    3. Azithromycin
    4. Sparfloxacin
    5. Tedizolid
    1. Atovaquone/Proguanil
    2. Mefloquine
    3. Chloroquine
    4. Artemether
    5. Lumefantrine

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