NBDE Part 2 Practice Exam Series 16 – Pharmacology NBDE Part 2 Study Guide

Question 16: Which of the following is correct regarding the clinical use of calcium channel blockers?

A. Reduction in peripheral vascular resistance

B. Relief in coronary artery spasm

C. Reduction of cardiac contractility

D. All of the above


Answer: [D]


Question 17: Which of the following is a long-acting glucocorticoid?

A. Dexamethasone

B. Triamcinolone

C. Prednisolone

D. Clobetasol


Answer: [A]


Question 18: Which of the following is one of the side-effects of cyclosporine A?

A. Chills

B. Tremor

C. Anorexia

D. Myalgia


Answer: [B]


Question 19: Which of the following route is used for the administration of Vitamin D3?

A. Oral

B. Intravenous

C. Subcutaneous

D. Intranasal


Answer: [A]


Question 20: Which of the following drug acts at proximal convoluted tubule?

A. Furosemide

B. Acetazolamide

C. Spironolactone

D. Hydrochlorothiazide


Answer: [B]

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