Quiz: Pharmacy Exam Preparation (NAPLEX Preparation) – 23

The exposure to which pharmaceutical drug agent leads to Reye’s syndrome?

1. Aspirin

2. Indomethacin

3. Morphine

4. Cyclosporin

When the test results can be reproduced again and again through the use of different instruments, different analytical laboratories and same sample then it is known as _____________:

1. Dose Adjustment

2. Ruggedness

3. Sensitivity

4. Preciseness

Which of the following agents produce calming effect, decrease excitement, and reduce activity due to CNS depression?

1. Hypnotic agents

2. Sedative agents

3. Both 1 and 2

4. None of these

Which of the following drug is The characteristic of Digoxin? Three sugar moieties, unsaturated lactone ring and steroid nucleus:

1. Steroid nucleus, two sugar moieties and saturated lactone ring

2. Aglycosidic bond, Ergoline nucleus and saturated lactone

3. Steroid nucleus, five sugar moieties and saturated lactone ring

4. Three sugar moieties, unsaturated lactone ring and steroid nucleus

Which pharmaceutical agent is ineffective for the treatment of angina symptoms?

1. Verapamil

2. Digoxin

3. Ranolazine

4. Propranolol

Further Reading:

Comprehensive Pharmacy Review for NAPLEX by Leon Shargel


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