Pharmacology Interview Questions

 
1.
Explain Do you know how the dose for children is being estimated based on preclinical data?
2.
Explain All of the following agents are beta receptor agonists EXCEPT:
Epinephrine
Isoproterenol
Methoxamine
Dobutamine?
3.
Explain Which of the following barbiturates is an ultra-short-acting drug?

Secobarbital
Amobarbital
Thiopental
Phenobarbital?
4.
Explain DOC for cisplatin induced vomitting:

metaclopramide
domperidone
ondansetron
prochlorperazine?
5.
Explain Ciprofloxacin act by

Inhibiting protein synthesis
Inhibiting DNA function
Inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Inhibiting glycolysis?
6.
Indicate the irreversible alfa receptor antagonist:

Tolazoline
Labetalol
Prazosin
Phenoxybenzamine
7.
MOA of moricizine:

prolongs APD
shortens APD
no change in APD
calcium channel blecker
8.
Explain which of the following antitubercular drug contraindicated in pragnancy.

INH
ethambutol
rifampicin
streptomycin
9.
Explain Hypnotic drugs are used to treat:

Psychosis
Sleep disorders
Narcolepsy
Parkinsonian disorders
10.
Indicate a beta receptor antagonist, which has very long duration of action:

Metoprolol
Propranolol
Nadolol
Pindolol
11.
Explain Which of the following is not used in
enterococcal infection?

Vancomycin
Linezolide
Teichoplanin
Cephalexin
12.
Explain Oral contraception failure can occur with A/E:

ampicillin
phenytoin
rifampicin
mebendazole
13.
Explain Which of the following benzodiazepines is used mainly for hypnosis?

Clonozepam
Lorazepam
Flurazepam
Midazolam
14.
Explain Which of the following is an
antifungal


Flucytosin
Cytosine arabinoside
5 fluourasil
Procarbazine
15.
Explain the hypnotic drugs induce:

Increase the duration of REM sleep
Decrease the duration of REM sleep
Do not alter the duration of REM sleep
Increase the duration of slow wave sleep
16.
Explain indirect-acting adrenoreceptor blocking drug:

Tolazoline
Reserpine
Carvedilol
Prazosin
17.
Explain Flumazenil blocks the actions of:

Phenobarbital
Morphine
Zolpidem
Ethanol
18.
Explain Which of the following hypnotic agents is absorbed slowly?

Phenobarbital
Flurazepam
Triazolam
Temazepam
19.
Explain with an example of haemopoietic growth factor is

platelet derived growth factor
epidermal growth factor
iron dextran
erythropoietin
20.
Explain Dose of acetaminophen in children

5-10mg/kg/day
5-10mg/kg/dose
10-15mg/kg/day
10-15mg/kg/dose
21.
Explain Which type of immunoglobulin level will increase when an individual is exposed to a parasite?
22.
Explain Do you know how the dose for children is being estimated based on preclinical data?
23.
Explain All of the following agents are beta receptor agonists EXCEPT:
Epinephrine
Isoproterenol
Methoxamine
Dobutamine?
24.
Explain Which of the following barbiturates is an ultra-short-acting drug?

Secobarbital
Amobarbital
Thiopental
Phenobarbital?
25.
Explain DOC for cisplatin induced vomitting:

metaclopramide
domperidone
ondansetron
prochlorperazine?
26.
Explain Ciprofloxacin act by

Inhibiting protein synthesis
Inhibiting DNA function
Inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Inhibiting glycolysis?
27.
Indicate the irreversible alfa receptor antagonist:

Tolazoline
Labetalol
Prazosin
Phenoxybenzamine
28.
MOA of moricizine:

prolongs APD
shortens APD
no change in APD
calcium channel blecker
29.
Explain which of the following antitubercular drug contraindicated in pragnancy.

INH
ethambutol
rifampicin
streptomycin
30.
Explain Hypnotic drugs are used to treat:

Psychosis
Sleep disorders
Narcolepsy
Parkinsonian disorders
31.
Indicate a beta receptor antagonist, which has very long duration of action:

Metoprolol
Propranolol
Nadolol
Pindolol
32.
Explain Which of the following is not used in
enterococcal infection?

Vancomycin
Linezolide
Teichoplanin
Cephalexin
33.
Explain Oral contraception failure can occur with A/E:

ampicillin
phenytoin
rifampicin
mebendazole
34.
Explain Which of the following benzodiazepines is used mainly for hypnosis?

Clonozepam
Lorazepam
Flurazepam
Midazolam
35.
Explain Which of the following is an
antifungal


Flucytosin
Cytosine arabinoside
5 fluourasil
Procarbazine
36.
Explain the hypnotic drugs induce:

Increase the duration of REM sleep
Decrease the duration of REM sleep
Do not alter the duration of REM sleep
Increase the duration of slow wave sleep
37.
Explain indirect-acting adrenoreceptor blocking drug:

Tolazoline
Reserpine
Carvedilol
Prazosin
38.
Explain Flumazenil blocks the actions of:

Phenobarbital
Morphine
Zolpidem
Ethanol
39.
Explain Which of the following hypnotic agents is absorbed slowly?

Phenobarbital
Flurazepam
Triazolam
Temazepam
40.
Explain with an example of haemopoietic growth factor is

platelet derived growth factor
epidermal growth factor
iron dextran
erythropoietin
41.
Explain Dose of acetaminophen in children

5-10mg/kg/day
5-10mg/kg/dose
10-15mg/kg/day
10-15mg/kg/dose
42.
Explain Which type of immunoglobulin level will increase when an individual is exposed to a parasite?