Courtesy:

 Dr.Noble T George,

Division of Pharmacology & Toxicology,

I.V.R.I, Izatnagar, Bareilly, UP243122

email drnoble@rediffmail.com

1. Plasma protein to which majority of drugs bind is ---------

2. ----------- is the principal metabolic pathway for sulfonamide compounds

3. Precursor of endogenous catecholamines in the body is--------

4. Drug of choice in acute anaphylactic shock is ------

5. OP compound that interact with both esteratic and anionic site of acetylcholine esterase is -----

6. A racemic mixture of d-hyoscyamine and l-hyoscyamine is --------

7. What are soporifics?

8. The term "Anaesthesia" was coined by ------

9. Precursor of serotonin is ------

10. What are endorphins?

11. Species that require more amount of anaesthetics is-------

12. The avian species in which procaine is contraindicated is -----

13. In which breed of dogs thiobarbiturates are contraindicated?

14. Paralysis of ------ is a complication encountered in anaesthesia of Horse

15. Which stage of anaesthesia is bypassed by barbiturates?

16. Laryngyospasm during induction of anaesthesia is more common in -------

17. Specific treatment for malignant hyperthermia in Pigs  caused by halothane is-----

18. Oxidation of chloroform to phosgene can be prevented by adding  -----

19. Barbiturates are derivatives of -----------

20. Oxytetracycline is obtained from  ------------

21. --------------- is a benzimidazole with antifungal property

22. Primary mechanism of action of Mebendazole is inhibition of  --------- by worms

23. Wormicidal drug that can be given as immunomodulator at lower doses is -------

24. Two chemical components seen in Ivermectin are ----- and --------

25. Drug active against immature stages of Fascioa hepatica is -----------

26. Antidote for Cyanide poisoning was discovered by ---------

27. Organochlorine compound which does not accumulates in the body is ----------

28. The enzyme in haeme synthesis which is inhibited by lead poisoning is ---------

29. Conium maculatum is better known as ---------

30. Dose of  BAL  in Arsenic poisoning in Large animals is -----------

31. --------- is the metabolic product of  Procaine

32. Give an example of a specific COX-2 inhibitor

33. Old Hen Test is used to detect ------------ potential of Organophoshate compounds

34. ------------------- is a type of retinal degeneration caused by Bracken Fern Poisoning

35. The specific antidote for Copper poisoning is ------------

36. Violent Dyspnoea "Thumping" is seen in pigs as a result of -----------

37. Animal species to which Benzene Hexa Chloride is highly toxic is -------

38. Highly potent Organophosporous compound is ---------

39. The synergists that is added to pyrethroid compounds in order to enhance its effect is ------

40. What are Burton's Lines?

41. Specific antidote for Nitrate poisoning is -----------

42. Gentamicin, the aminoglycoside drug is obtained from ---------

43. The Fungal toxin that causes reproductive problems in sows is --------

44. The anti BP drug Atenolol belongs to which group of Antiarrythmic  Agents ?

45. Most potent H2 Blocker is ----------

46. Most potent Local anaesthetic is---------

47. What does " Utectic Mixture " contain?

48. The most potent of all the Aflatoxins is------

49. Father of Pharmacology is ------

50. Izoniazid and Ethambutol are the drugs used in the treatment of  --------

Solutions

1. albumin

2. Acetylation

3.  phenylalanine

4. epinephrine

5. Echothiophate

6. Atropine

7. sleep inducers

8. Oliver Wendell Holmes

9. Tryptophan

10. Endogenous analgesics

11.  Horse

12. Parakeet

13. Grey Hounds

14. facial nerve

15. Stage 2

16. cats

17.  Dantrolene

18. 1% ethanol

19. Malonyl Urea

20. Streptomyces rimosus

21. Thiabendazole

22. Glucose uptake

23. Levamisole

24.  B1a and B1b

25. Diamfenetide

26. K K Chen

27. Endosulfan

28. Aminolevulinic acid dehydratase

29. Hemlock

30. 3mg/kg @ 4hr interval deep i/m

31. PABA

32. Cefocoxib

33. Organo Phosphorous Induced Delayed Neurotoxicity

34. Bright blindness

35. D-penicillamine

36. Gossypol poisoning

37. cat

38. Parathion

39. Piperonyl Butoxide

40.  Blue line in gums in lead poisoning

41.  Methylene Blue

42. Micromonosporum purpureum

43.  Zearalenone

44.  Class 2

45.  Famotidine

46.  Bupivacaine

47. Prilocaine and Lidocaine

48.  B1

49. Rudolf Bucheim

50. Tuberculosis


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