1. Dissociative anesthesia is produced by

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2. Half-life is directly proportional to

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3. Which one of the following antibacterials should not be used with d-tubocurarine

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4. Oximes are ineffective in which of the following poisoning

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5. Broad spectrum antiepileptic:

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6. Loading dose depends upon

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7. All of the following are true about metformin except

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8. Ketoconazole should not be given to a patient being treated with astemizole because

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9. Fluconazole resistant candidiasis in a HIV positive patient is treated by

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10. The therapeutic efficacy of antihypertensive drugs is blunted by NSAIDS because they

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11. Naloxone reverses respiratory depression caused by

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12. 40 year old patient was taking warfarin 4 gms for DVT prophylaxis. She was given ceftriaxone 8 hrs iv for dental infection. Later the lady experienced episode of vaginal bleeding and darkening of urine. What is the cause?

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13. First generation cephalosporin is

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14. an epileptic female taking phenytoin and phenobarbitone visits a gynaecologist for contraception and preconception advice .What advice should be given to her

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15. Drug implicated in prolonged QT interval is

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16. Drug which can used in management of streptococcal endocarditis susceptible to penicillin, but patient developing immediate allergy following penicillin administration, is

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17. Dissociative anesthesia is caused by

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18. Disulfiram (Antabuse) is used for the treatment of

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19. Randomized clinical trials are done in which phase of drug testing

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20. Alcohol when ingested is eliminated by:

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