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Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy Practice MCQs

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Q.1 Ambulatory patients are-

  • Required emergency treatment
  • required to admit in the ward for the treatment
  • required to go home after taking treatment in O.P.D.
  • none of the above


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Q.2 Which one of these is a genetically determined adverse drug reaction?

  • Teratogenicity
  • addiction
  • idiosyncrasy
  • carcinogenecity


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Q.3 Merk index belongs to the category of-

  • Primary source of information
  • Secondary source of information
  • Tertiary source of information
  • none of the above


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Q.4 Xylocaine HCL is not used orally because it is-

  • Ineffective orally
  • Acidic in nature
  • Unstable in acidic media
  • Stomach irritant


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Q.5 which one of these is used to increase the serum level of penicilline?

  • Aspirin
  • Ranitidine
  • Probenecid
  • Aluminium hydroxide gel


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Q.6 Morphine poisoning cause death due to-

  • CNS depressant
  • cardiac arrest
  • Respiratory depression
  • none of the above


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Q.7 Ethylenediamine tetra acetic acid administered in the poisoning of-

  • Lead
  • Cocaine
  • morphine
  • Cannabis


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Q.8 The drug contraindicated in active tuberculosis?

  • INH
  • PABA
  • PAS
  • Hdrocortisone


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Q.9 Hypokalaemia side effect of diuretics can be countered by-

  • Common salt
  • Potassium Chloride
  • Ascorbic acid
  • Any of the above


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Q.10 The defective purine metabolism may lead to-

  • Spondolytes
  • Anaemia
  • Gout
  • Arthritis


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Q.11 Patient with fracture in femure bone is preferably reffered to-

  • Paediatric hospital
  • Maternity hospital
  • Orthopaedic hospital
  • General hospital


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Q.12 a branch related to blood is-

  • Biochemistry
  • Pathology
  • Microbiology
  • Haematology


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Q.13 Which forcep is used to hold the appendix?

  • Alli's tissue forcep
  • Badcock's forcep
  • Lan's tissue forcep
  • all of the above


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Q.14 In lever damage, there is increased level of-

  • Red blood cells
  • WBCs
  • Platelets
  • SGPT


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Q.15 The oral dosage form of laxative Bisacodyl is not given with milk or antacid because-

  • abasorption of antacid decreases
  • It could lead to irritation due to release of drug in stomach
  • Bisacodyl forms complex with calcium in milk
  • all of the above


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Q.16 Grey baby syndrome occurs due to administration of

  • Thalidomide
  • Chloramphenicol
  • Penicillin
  • Aminoglycosides


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Q.17 Texas urinary catheter is designed for-

  • female patients
  • male patients
  • elderly patients
  • small children


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Q.18 Relative to oral temperature, axillary temperature is-

  • same
  • 1° lower
  • 1° higher
  • 2° higher


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Q.19 The drug which is administered into the auditory canal is called as-

  • OTC drug
  • Enteral drug
  • Otic drug
  • none of the above


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Q.20 Haematologic testing with AIDS patient will show-

  • Basophilia
  • Thrombocytopenia
  • Lymphopenia
  • Eosinophilia


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Q.21 Angina induced by emotions is reffered to as-

  • Prinz metals angina
  • variant angina
  • classic angina
  • unstable angina


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Q.22 Invert suger consists of-

  • Dextrose and laevulose
  • Dextrose and sucrose
  • Fructose and sucrose
  • Dextrose and fructose


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Q.23 Patient controlled analgesia (PCA) is a system in which-

  • Analgesia drugs are taken orally
  • Analgesia are taken I/V or I/M
  • Analgesia are administered I/V by nurse/physician
  • Analgesia are taken by I/V or S/C route directly by patient himself.


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Q.24 The overbed trapeze bar is used for-

  • Hanging 1/v solution /drip
  • repositioning the patient while sleeping
  • safety rail on a hospital bed
  • sitting up and getting into and out of bed by the patient


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Q.25 Low bioavailability indicates that-

  • drug is poorly absorbed
  • drug is rapidly metabolised
  • drug is not properly relesaed from the formulation
  • all of the above


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Q.26 High incidence of vaginal adenocarcinoma is associated with the therapy involving-

  • Antithyroid
  • stilbosterol
  • testosterone
  • none of the above


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Q.27 administration of oxygen in new borns causes-

  • blood loss
  • ototoxicity
  • Impaired site
  • none of the above


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Q.28 The antileprotic drug clofazimine causes-

  • nephrotoxicity
  • photosensitivity
  • hepatotoxicity
  • none of the above


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Q.29 Number of pharmacists required in a 300 bed hospital?

  • 3
  • 5
  • 8
  • 10


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Q.30 The method of sealing the ampoules by melting it below the tip is-

  • Tip sealing
  • pull sealing
  • fusion sealing
  • mechanical method


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Q.1 Rifampicin and isoniazid is used for-

  • Tuberculosis
  • leprosy
  • Helmintics
  • Fungal disease


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Q.2 Drugs that contraindicated in pregnancy-

  • Paracetamol
  • Colchicines
  • Indomethacin
  • Allopurinol


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Q.3 Abnormal constituent in jaundice is-

  • Sugar
  • Protein
  • Bilirubin
  • Ketone bodies


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Q.4 Normal range of blood cholesterol in healthy young adult is-

  • 50-90mg/100ml
  • 250-340mg/100ml
  • 100-240mg/100ml
  • 350-500mg/100ml


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Q.5 Specific rotation of dextrose is determined by-

  • Densitometer
  • Refractometer
  • Polarimeter
  • Colorimeter


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Q.6 Apnea is a term related to-

  • Pain in Joints
  • Falling of hair
  • Abnormal rhythm of heart
  • Transitory cessation of breathing


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Q.7 Word used for 'twice the quantity' is-

  • Dimidium
  • Duplum
  • Divide
  • Dosis


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Q.8 Vitamin B3 is also known as-

  • Niacin
  • Pyridoxin
  • Cynocobalamine
  • Thiamine


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Q.9 The absorption rate is faster for-

  • Capsule
  • Tablet
  • Coated tablet
  • Solution


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Q.10 Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease manifested primarily by-

  • Thickening of arterial walls
  • Inflammation
  • Imbalance of oxygen
  • Rise of BP


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Q.11 Pyrogen testing is done in which animal?

  • Horses
  • Dogs
  • Rabbits
  • Rats


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Q.12 Synonym of busulphan is-

  • Cytoxan
  • Endoxan
  • Myleran
  • Bleo


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Q.13 Secondary hypertension occurs due to-

  • obesity
  • Kidney impairment
  • cigarette smoking
  • increase in blood cholesterol


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Q.14 LVP stands for-

  • low volume paranterals
  • Large volume paranterals
  • Large variety paranterals
  • large variation paranterals


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Q.15 Range of warm temperature is-

  • 2-8 °ree;C
  • 8-25 °ree;C
  • 30-40 °ree;C
  • above 40°ree;C


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Q.16 The main role of PTC is in-

  • managing hospital
  • ADR's
  • financing hospital
  • recruitments for hospital


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Q.17 Euthanasia means -

  • Suicide
  • Accident
  • Mercy killing
  • Anaesthesia


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Q.18 The valuable reference material which helps medical and paramedical staff in evaluation is-

  • administrative record
  • medical record
  • hospital formulary
  • none of these


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Q.19 For knowing the presence of infectious disease which one of these blood examination is more significant?

  • ESR
  • Cholesterol
  • Uric acid
  • Haemoglobin


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Q.20 An opthalmic solution is sterilized by-

  • Autoclaving
  • Sterilization by filtration
  • Gaseous sterilization
  • Dry heat sterilization


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