Pharmacology and Toxicology

Q 1. Which one of the following group is responsible for the duration of the local anesthetic action?

(A) Intermediate chain
(B) Lipophylic group
(C) Ionizable group
(D) All of the above
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Q 2. Which of the following can be used as an antidote for atropine?

(A) Physostigmine
(B) Oxyphenonium
(C) Hyoscine butyl bromide
(D) Propan theline
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Q 3. Analgesics are

(A) CNS depressants
(B) Inhalation route
(C) SNS stimulants
(D) Both A and B
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Q 4. Antihypertensive agent.

(A) Amphetamine
(B) Adrenaline
(C) Salbutamol
(D) Propranolol
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Q 5. Select reversible cholinesterase inhibiter

(A) Isoflurophate
(B) Carbochol
(C) Physostigmine
(D) Parathion
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Q 6. The half life of insulin of normal subject . . . . . . . . minute

(A) 15 - 30
(B) 10 - 15
(C) 01 - 02
(D) 05 - 06
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Q 7. What is Pharmacodynamics?

(A) Treatment of disease
(B) Prevention of disease
(C) Interaction of drug with receptor
(D) Movement of drug through body
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Q 8. Hb A1c monitoring of blood is important in which of the given disease condition?

(A) C. C. F
(B) DM
(C) M. I
(D) Atherosclerosis
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Q 9. Which effect may lead to toxic reactions when a drug is taken continuously or repeatedly?

(A) Refractoriness
(B) Cumulative effect
(C) Tolerance
(D) Tachyphylaxis
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Q 10. The treatment of hormonal deficiencies necessarily implicates the use of . . . . . . . . therapy.

(A) Replacement
(B) Diffusion
(C) Genome
(D) Transplant
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