Quizzes

  1. Type 2 diabetes results from beta cell destruction, usually leading to absolute insulin deficiency
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false
  2. Which of the following is true regarding insulin?



    B. insulin is a protein
  3. Relafen



    D. nabumetome
  4. Which of the following is diagnostic criteria for diabetes?



    A.
  5. Maximum adult dose of Naproxen



    C. 1650 mg/day
  6. Dosing for diphenhydramine



    B.
  7. Which of the following drug classes stimulate the pancreas to make more insulin?



    C. sulfonylureas
  8. All NSAIDS exert antipyretic effects
    a. true
    b. false
    a. true
  9. Which of the following enzymes is produced by the gastric mucosa?



    A.
  10. Correct pediatric dosing of acetaminophen



    C.
  11. Which of the following sensitize the body to insulin and control hepatic glucose production?



    C. metformin (biguanide) and d. pioglitazone (TZD)
  12. Which of the following stimulates respiratory secretions and induces a productive cough?



    D.
  13. Maximum adult dose of ibuprofen



    C. 3200 mg/day
  14. All of the following are complications of GERD except



    A. gastroparesis
  15. H2 antagonists have the same efficacy as PPIs
    a. true
    b. false
    a. true
  16. A 45 year old patient comes to the pharmacy counter complaining of persistent GERD symptoms. Which of the following lifestyle modifications would you recommend to the patient?



    A.
  17. Which of the following medications is first line for patient with moderate to severe migraines?



    D. triptans
  18. What is a potential adverse effect associated with promethazine?



    D. anticholinergic effects
  19. A tension headache is considered what type of headache?



    B.
  20. Which of the following treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease is an N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist?



    B. memantine (Namenda)
  21. Recommended daily intake of calcium for a 52 year old female



    D. 1200 mg
  22. Which acts as an estrogen agonist or antagonist depending on the target tissue?



    D.
  23. Which would you recommend for a 45 year old woman with an intact uterus?



    B. (Can’t give unopposed estrogen!!)
  24. Which is one of the primary risk factors for osteoporosis?



    B.
  25. How would you counsel a patient that missed the first pill of Yaz?



    B.
  26. Which blocks the secretion of acid to the stomach via parietal cells?



    B.
  27. Which of the following medications is only indicated for treatment of osteoporosis in women?



    A.
  28. What key counseling point should you discuss with a patient concerning bispohosphate therapy?



    B.
  29. What would you recommend to a patient if she missed the last two days of her pill pack?


    A.
  30. Which antagonizes the serotonin receptors?



    A. ondansetron
  31. Generic for Lunesta?



    B. eszopiclone
  32. Pharmacologic classification of tolteridone?



    C. muscarinic antagonist
  33. Which is used for glaucoma?



    B. travatan
  34. Allergic conjunctivitis is highly contagious
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false
  35. All of the following are used to treat insomnia except



    B. H2 receptor antagonists
  36. Generic for Evista?



    B. raloxifene
  37. Brand name for latanoprost?



    C. xalatan
  38. Corticosteroid doses should be titrated down to avoid causing adrenal insufficiency
    a. true
    b. false
    a. true
  39. Which of the following is good to recommend for improved sleep hygiene in a patient with insomnia?



    A. decrease caffeine intake
  40. Which are concerning side effects of oral contraceptives



    D. blood clots
  41. Which of the following is the primary mechanism of action of low molecular weight heparin?



    D.
  42. Brand name for ethinyl estradiol/drospirenone?



    D. Yaz
  43. Brand name for triamcinolone?



    C. Azmacort
  44. The cornerstone of COPD therapy is inhaled corticosteroids
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false
  45. Which of the following medications interact with warfarin potentially causing a decreased INR?



    C. carbamazepine
  46. Which is a long acting beta agonist?



    D. salmeterol
  47. Which of the following topical formulations is the most potent?



    D. ointments
  48. Which is indicated for BPH?



    B. Proscar
  49. Which of the following should be recommended first when a patient’s peak flow is 55% of their best peak flow?



    B.
  50. Skin atrophy caused by topical corticosteroids is not reversible
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false
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