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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. Beta adrenoreceptor subtypes is contained in all of the following tissues EXCEPT:
A. Bronchial muscles
B. Heart
C. Pupillary dilator muscle
D. Fat cells

2. Which of the following is NOT a result of excessive cholinergic stimulation, as would be seen with a nerve agent or organophosphate poisoning?
A. Diarrhea
B. Diaphoresis
C. Mydriasis
D. Nausea

3. Which of the following is NOT an action of the body on a drug?
A. Absorption
B. Distribution
C. Metabolism
D. Side effects

4. The state of “general anesthesia” usually includes:
A. Analgesia
B. Loss of consciousness, inhibition of sensory and autonomic reflexes
C. Amnesia
D. All of these

5. The pharmacologic actions of scopolamine most closely resemble those of:
A. Hexamethonium
B. Atropine
C. Succinylcholine
D. Pilocarpine

6. What is the common location for the scopolamine motion sickness transdermal patch?
A. Side of the hip
B. Chest
C. Over the deltoid muscle
D. Behind the ear

7. The drug of choice for manic-depressive psychosis is:
A. Imipramine
B. Chlordiazepoxide
C. Isocarboxazid
D. Lithium carbonate

8. Pick out the beta-lactamase inhibitor for co-administration with penicillins:
A. Clavulanic acid
B. Sulbactam
C. Tazobactam
D. All of these

9. The most effective drug for stopping generalized tonic-clonic status epilepticus in adults is:
A. Lamotrigine
B. Ethosuximide
C. Diazepam
D. Zonisamide

10. All of the hypnotic drugs induce:
A. Increase the duration of REM sleep
B. Decrease the duration of REM sleep
C. Do not alter the duration of REM sleep
D. Increase the duration of slow wave sleep

11. Indicate the adrenoreceptor antagonist drug, which is a rauwolfia alkaloid:
A. Prazosin
B. Propranolol
C. Reserpine
D. Phentolamine

12. This drug is a Class IC antiarrhythmic drug:
A. Flecainide
B. Sotalol
C. Lidocaine
D. Verapamil

13. Which of the following reversible cholinesterase inhibitors is used for atropine intoxication?
A. Neostigmine
B. Physostigmine
C. Endrophonium
D. Donepezil

14. Antibiotics inhibiting the bacterial cell wall synthesis are:
A. Beta-lactam antibiotics
B. Tetracyclines
C. Aminoglycosides
D. Macrolides

15. Indicate the agent, which interferes with GABA binding:
A. Flurazepam
B. Bicuculline
C. Thiopental
D. Zolpidem

16. Mechanism of Trimethoprim’ action is:
A. Inhibition of cyclooxygenase
B. Inhibition of dihydropteroate reductase
C. Inhibition of dihydropteroate synthase
D. Inhibition of DNA gyrase

17. Indicate the antipsychotic drug, which is a phenothiazine aliphatic derivative:
A. Thiothixene
B. Risperidone
C. Chlorpromazine
D. Clozapine

18. What type of injection is used to prevent medication from leaking back onto the tissue?
A. IM
B. Z-Track
C. SC
D. None of these

19. The most common medical complication of alcohol abuse is:
A. Liver failure including liver cirrhosis
B. Tolerance and physical dependence
C. Generalized symmetric peripheral nerve injury, ataxia and dementia
D. All of these

20. Bemegride:
A. Stimulates the medullar respiratory center (central effect)
B. Stimulates hemoreceptors of carotid sinus zone (reflector action)
C. Is a mixed agent (both central and reflector effects)
D. Is a spinal analeptic

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