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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. Which of the following statements about spironolactone is TRUE?
A. Spironolactone reverses many of the manifestations of aldosteronism
B. Spironilactone is also an androgen antagonist and as such is used in the treatment of hirsutism in wormen
C. Spironolactone is useful as a diuretic
D. All of these

2. Which of the following groups of antibiotics demonstrates a bactericidal effect?
A. Tetracyclines
B. Macrolides
C. Penicillins
D. All of these

3. Pharmacodynamics involves the study of following EXCEPT:
A. Biological and therapeutic effects of drugs
B. Absorption and distribution of drugs
C. Mechanisms of drug action
D. Drug interactions

4. Which of the following describes the pathway of nitric oxide (NO)?
A. Stimulates guanylyl cyclase, increase cGMP concentration, vasodilation
B. Stimulates guanylyl cyclase, decreases cGMP concentration, vasodilation
C. Stimulates guanylyl cyclase, increase cGMP concentration, vasoconstriction
D. Inhibits guanylyl cyclase, increase cGMP concentration, vasodilation

5. This drug group useful in angina increase myocardial oxygen delivery (by reversing coronary arterial spasm) and does not decrease myocardial oxygen requirement (by decreasing the determinations of oxygen deman:
A. Beta-adrenoceptor-blocking drugs (Atenolol, Metoprolol):
B. Myotropic coronary dilators (Dipyridamole)
C. Calcium channel blockers (Nifedipine, Nimodipine)
D. Potassium channel openers (Minoxidil)

6. Which of the following symptoms are possible side effects of an antibiotic?
A. Rash
B. Fever
C. Hives and itching
D. All of these

7. Mechanism of sulfonamides’ antibacterial effect is:
A. Inhibition of dihydropteroate reductase
B. Inhibition of dihydropteroate synthase
C. Inhibition of cyclooxygenase
D. Activation of DNA gyrase

8. Blenderized
A. is a lactose-free liquid.
B. consists of liquids that are individually prepared based on the nutri- tional needs of the patient.
C. is powder mixed with milk.
D. is powder mixed with water

9. Combined chemotherapy of tuberculosis is used to:
A. Decrease mycobacterium drug-resistance
B. Increase mycobacterium drug-resistance
C. Decrease the antimicrobal activity
D. Decrease the onset of antimycobacterial drugs biotransformation

10. Addiction is associated with the existence of:
A. Psychological dependence
B. Physiological dependence
C. Tolerance
D. All of these

11. Characteristics of alfa-receptor antagonists include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. They cause a fall in peripheral resistance and blood pressure
B. They cause epinephrine reversal (convert a pressor response to a depressor response)
C. Bronchospasm
D. They may cause postural hypotension and reflex tachycardia

12. Which of the following sedative-hypnotic drugs does not potentiate the CNS depressant effects of ethanol, phenothiazines, or tricyclic antidepressants?
A. Buspirone
B. Phenobarbital
C. Diazepam
D. Chloralhydrate

13. Which of the following is a sign of inflammation?
A. redness
B. warmth
C. swelling (edema)
D. All of these

14. Tick narcotic analgesic, which is a phenylpiperidine derivative:
A. Codeine
B. Dezocine
C. Fentanyl
D. Buprenorphine

15. Tick the positive inotropic drug of glycoside structure:
A. Dopamine
B. Digoxin
C. Dobutamine
D. Adrenalin

16. Fluoroquinolones are active against:
A. Gram negative microorganisms only
B. Mycoplasmas and Chlamidiae only
C. Gram positive microorganisms only
D. Variety of Gram-negative and positive microorganisms, including Mycoplasmas and Chlamidiae

17. Which of the following adrenergic receptor activation mechanisms is involved with ephedrine, amphetamine, and tyramine?
A. Direct binding to the receptor
B. Promoting release of norepinephrine
C. Inhibiting reuptake of norepinephrine
D. Inhibiting inactivation of norepinephrine

18. Cocaine intoxication appears by:
A. Short clouding of consciousness, lightness of body and a feeling of flight
B. Wave warmth all over the body, physical bliss, motionlessness
C. Clear consciousness, improved mood, influx of physical and spiritual forces, locomotive and speech excitation, reappraisal of personality
D. All of these

19. Pick out the diuretic agent for hypertension treatment:
A. Losartan
B. Dichlothiazide
C. Captopril
D. Prazosin

20. Ethosuxamide is the drug of choice for:
A. Generalized Tonic clonic seizures
B. Complex partial seizures
C. Absence seizures
D. Myoclonic seizures

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