MCQS IN GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY EPUB
General Pharmacology. CHAPTER 2. Drugs Acting on Central Nervous System. CHAPTER 3. Drugs Acting on Autonomous Nervous System. CHAPTER. Full text of "1 General Pharmacology MCQS" What does "pharmacokinetics" include? a) Pharmacological effects of drugs b) Unwanted effects of drugs c). Test your knowledge of drugs and medicines with our amazing pharmacology quiz! Can anyone score 10 out of 10!? Have a go NOW and test your knowledge!
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Metabolic transformation and conjugation usually results in an increase of a substance biological activity: In case of liver disorders accompanied by a decline in microsomal enzyme activity the duration of action of some drugs is: Half life t V2 is the time required mcqs in general pharmacology Elimination is expressed as follows: Elimination rate constant K e ii m is defined by the following parameter: The most rapid eliminated drugs are those with high glomerular filtration rate and actively secreted but mcqs in general pharmacology passively reabsorbed: Systemic clearance CL S is related with: Pharmacodynamics involves the study of following?
Pharmacodynamics involves the following?
Pick out the answer which is the most appropriate to the term "receptor" a All types of ion channels modulated by a drug b Enzymes of oxidizing-reducing reactions activated by a drug c Active macromolecular components of a cell or an organism which a drug molecule has to combine with in order to elicit its specific effect d Carriers activated by a drug What does "affinity" mean?
Target proteins which a drug molecule binds are: An agonist is mcqs in general pharmacology substance that: If an agonist can produce maximal effects and has high efficacy it's called: If an agonist can produce submaximal effects and has moderate efficacy it's called: An antagonist is a substance that: A competitive antagonist is a substance that: The substance binding mcqs in general pharmacology one receptor subtype as an agonist and to another as an antagonist is called: Irreversible interaction of an antagonist with a receptor is due to: Tick the second messenger of G -protein-coupled metabotropic receptor: Tick the substance which changes the activity of an effector element but doesn't belong to second messengers: Tick the substances whose mechanisms are based on interaction with ion channels a Sodium channel blockers b Calcium channel blockers c Potassium channels activators 10 d All of the above Give the definition for a therapeutical dose: P ick out the correct definition of a toxic dose: Which effect may lead to toxic reactions when a drug is taken continuously or repeatedly?
What term is used to describe a more gradual decrease in responsiveness to a drug, taking days or weeks to develop?
What term is used to describe a decrease in responsiveness to a drug which develops in a few minutes?