Chapter 5

  1. Basic kinds of side effects of drug use can include ______.




    D.
  2. The unpleasant effect that occurs when use of a drug is stopped is called ______.




    C.
  3. Which of the following could contribute to individual variability in drug responses?




    D.
  4. ______ is the difference between the dose of drug necessary to cause a therapeutic effect versus the dose necessary to cause a toxic effect.




    C.
  5. . Select the incorrect statement.




    D.
  6. Which of the following can be toxic at sufficiently high doses?




    D.
  7. Which of the following best describes the concept “margin of safety”?




    C.
  8. The capacity of a drug to do damage or cause adverse effects in the body is called ______.




    C.
  9. Pharmacologists refer to a perfect drug as a ______.




    C.
  10. Which of the following interactions best describes the analgesic effect when aspirin is combined with acetaminophen?




    B.
  11. What kind of drug effect occurs when one drug cancels or blocks the effect of another?




    C.
  12. ______ is the ability of one drug to enhance the effect of another.




    A.
  13. It is estimated that as many as ______ people die each year from mixing alcohol with CNS depressants.



    B.
  14. Which of the following best describes synergistic drug interactions?




    D.
  15. In determining how drugs affect the body, pharmacologists need to be concerned with ______.




    D.
  16. The study of factors that influence the distribution and concentration of drugs in the body is called ______.




    A.
  17. Which of the following statements concerning drugs administered orally is incorrect?




    D.
  18. The principal forms of drug administration include which of the following?




    D.
  19. Which form of administration is likely to cause the fastest action?




    C.
  20. Drugs administered using which of the following methods can enter the blood almost as quickly as intravenous injection?




    B.
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