Q 98 Diuretics are medications that increase the amount of urine flow by inhibiting transport proteins or enzymes in the nephron. Different classes of diuretics affect different parts of the nephron.
Which of the following diuretics will also decrease the amount of calcium excreted from the kidney?
Q 99 A 65-year-old retired steel-worker, who has never had any sexual dysfunction, experiences difficulties in obtaining and maintain- ing an erection shortly after he starts taking a medication prescribed by his primary care physician.
What medication is most likely to cause such a side effect?
Q 100 A 35-year-old female being treated for a chronic UTI develops acute alcohol intolerance.
Which of the following agents could have caused this intolerance?
Q 101 The agent known to enhance the toxicity of digoxin is ?
c. Vitamin D
Q 102 Which of the following is a contraindication for usage of the drug cyclophosphamide?
a. Liver disease
b. Lung disease
c. Heart disease
Q 103 Which one of the following statements regarding DMRADs is true?
A. Has rapid onset of action
B. Have an immediate analgesic effect.
C. Slow the progress of the disease
D. They are the drugs of choice in gouty arthritis
Q 104 Which of the following is used to decrease the toxicity of amphotericin B?
A. Dose reduction
B. Liposomal delivery systems
C. Supplementing glucose
D. Giving it along with flucytosine
Q 105 the emergency department unresponsive following a bout of confusion and agitation. On physical examination her temperature is 39.2° C (102.5° F), her blood pressure is 100/70 mm Hg, and her pulse is 165/min. A systolic ejection murmur is heard at the apex, and the patient has 3+ pitting edema at the ankles. Following primary stabilization,
which of the following would constitute appropriate pharmacotherapy for this patient’s underlying condition?