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1

Which of the following is one of the four drug names?

Official Name

2

What are the four main sources of drugs?

Animals, plants, minerals, laboratory.

3

For many years the primary source of insulin for treating diabetes mellitus was extract of?

Bovine pancreas/ Porcine pancreas

4

A compilation of drug inserts, the printed fact sheets that drug manufacturers supply with most medications is round in the?

Physician's Desk Reference

5

According to the controlled substance act of 1970, aravind is a schedule 1 drug meaning?

It has no accepted medical indications

6

Drug legislation passed in the United States in 1906 to protect the public from adulterated or mislabeled drugs was?

Pure food and drug act

7

According to the controlled substance act of 1970, valium, lorazepam, and phenobarbital are?

Schedule IV Drugs

8

What determines the amount of purity of the given chemical in preparation?

Assay

9

How drug is absorbed, distributed, metabolized, and excreted is called?

Pharmacokinetics

10

Medication packages containing a single dose for a single patient are called?

Does packaging

11

A medication that made the form or kill the fetus is called?

Teratogenic drug

12

What does Broselow tape do?

Gives a good approximation of a child's weight based on height

13

How a drug interacts with the body to cause its effects is called?

Pharmacodynamics

14

Facilitated diffusion is?

The process by which carrier proteins transport large molecules across the cell membrane

15

Movement of a solvent in a solution from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher solute concentration is called?

Osmosis

16

The liver's partial or complete inactivation of the drug before it reaches the systemic circulation is the?

First-pass effect

17

Which of the following is true regarding absorption?

The body absorbs most drugs faster through intramuscular injection than through subcutaneous injection

18

Certain organs excludes some drugs from distribution. An example of this is?

Blood-brain barrier

19

 A drugs ability to cause the expected response is?

Efficacy

20

And agonist is a drug that binds to a receptor and?

Cause it to initiate the expected response

21

And antagonist drug binds to a receptor and?

Does not cause it to initiate the expected response