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Pharmacology Question Set 2

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    The lecture Pharmacology Question Set 2 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Pharmacology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Thiazide diuretics
    2. Angiotensin II receptor blockers
    3. ACE inhibitors
    4. Beta-blockers
    5. Calcium channel blockers
    1. Phase III
    2. Phase I
    3. Phase II
    4. Phase IV
    5. Post market surveillance
    1. GLUT 4
    2. GLUT 1
    3. GLUT 2
    4. GLUT 3
    5. GLUT 5
    1. Sitagliptin
    2. Pioglitazone
    3. Exenetide
    4. Glimiperide
    5. Canagliflozin
    1. Prevention of Na+ influx
    2. Decrease in the Ca+2 influx
    3. Increase the frequency of Cl- channel opening
    4. Increase the time of Cl- channel opening
    5. Decrease the excitatory effects of glutamic acid
    1. Decreased entry of T3 and T4 into peripheral tissue
    2. Increased peripheral conversion of T3 to T4
    3. Increases the amount of Thyroid peroxidase antibodies
    4. Autoimmune destruction of the Thyroid hormone
    5. Increased synthesis of thyroid hormone
    1. ADP Inhibitor
    2. GpIIb/IIIa inhibitor
    3. PGE2 Inhibitor
    4. Phosphodiesterase Inhibitor
    5. γ Carboxylase Inhibitor
    1. PPD skin test
    2. Complete blood counts
    3. Uric acid levels
    4. Ophthalmic examination
    5. G6PD levels
    1. Inhibition of α glycosidase
    2. Blocking of the K+ channels
    3. Decreased hepatic gluconeogenesis
    4. Block reabsorbtion of glucose in proximal convoluted tubule
    5. Inhibitor of Dipeptidyl peptidase
    1. Canagliflozin
    2. Exenatide
    3. Sitagliptin
    4. Pramlintide
    5. Acarbose
    1. Blocking of the K+ channels
    2. Inhibition of α glycosidase
    3. Decreased hepatic gluconeogenesis
    4. Block reabsorbtion of glucose in proximal convoluted tubule (PCT)
    5. Inhibitor of Dipeptidyl peptidase
    1. Ipratropium bromide
    2. Cromolyn Sodium
    3. Salbutamol
    4. Beclamethasone
    5. Monteleukast
    1. It is prevented with regular treatment with Inhaled corticosteroids.
    2. Exercise induced asthma is most common during the exercise.
    3. It is more common during exercise in hot and humid conditions.
    4. Anti-leukotriene agents are treatment of choice.
    5. Gradual warm up has no role in the prevention of attack.
    1. Agonists of PPARα inhibitor
    2. Inhibition of HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
    3. Inhibition of NPC1L1 protein inhibition
    4. Suppression of nonesterified fatty acid in the liver
    5. Sequestration of bile acids
    1. DNA replication Inhibitor
    2. Cell wall inhibitor
    3. Protein synthesis inhibitor
    4. Metabolic inhibitor
    5. Polypeptide inhibitor
    1. Mutations in Kat G
    2. Reduction of drug binding to RNA polymerase
    3. Plasmid mediated resistance
    4. Methylation of RNA binding site
    5. Increased efflux form the cell
    1. Zinc
    2. Pencillamine
    3. Trientine
    4. Deferoxamine
    5. Biweekly phlebotomy
    1. Indomethacin
    2. Allopurinol
    3. Probenecid
    4. Rasburicase
    5. Aspirin
    1. Increased levels of glutathione
    2. Decreased absorption of the drug
    3. Increased hepatic metabolism
    4. Increased excretion through diuresis
    5. Acting as a competitive antagonist
    1. 5HT3 Blocker
    2. 5HT1 Blocker
    3. 5HT2 Blocker
    4. 5HT4 Blocker
    5. D2 Blocker

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