1. A patient presents to emergency with pinpoint pupil, salivation, lacrimation, tremors, and red tears. Plasma cholinesterase level was 30% of normal. Most probable diagnosis is

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2. Therapeutic monitoring of plasma level of drug is done when using all of the following drugs except

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3. Drug of choice in a patient with renal disorder and Vancomycin resistant MRSA:

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4. Adverse effects of Nitrates

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5. A non-competitive inhibitor of an enzyme

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6. The persistent suppression of bacterial growth that may occur after limited exposure to some antimicrobial drug is called

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7. Naloxone reverses respiratory depression caused by

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8. Calcium channel blocker preferred in hypertensive emergency is

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9. Drug of choice for the treatment of peptic ulcer caused due to chronic use of NSAIDs is

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10. The therapeutic advantage that penicillin V has over penicillin G is

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11. Which of the antiplatelet drug is a prodrug

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12. Botulinum toxin produces skeletal muscle paralysis by

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13. Which antibiotic is given for treatment of pseudomonas aeruginosa:

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14. Morphine causes:

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15. Dissociative anesthesia is produced by

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16. Therapeutic drug monitoring is required in all except

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17. All of the following statements about opioids is correct except

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18. Which drug would treat both dermatophysis and candida infections

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19. Central muscle relaxants act by

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20. All of the following anticancer agents cause bone marrow depression except

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