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Exam Title : Hormones, Opioids, Autocoids Related Drugs, Enzymes and Orphan Drugs


Number Of Question : 35
Question #1: True statement regarding methadone are all except:
It is a long acting µ-receptor agonist
It is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and is detected in plasma 30 minutes after oral administration.
The primary use of methadone is relief of chronic pain.
The onset of analgesia is 30-60 minutes after parenteral administration and 1-2 hours after oral administration.
Question #2: After taking some medication for an acute attack of migraine, a female patient developed nausea, vomiting and tingling/ numbness of her hands. The tip of her finger and nail bed was also observed to turn blue. Which of the following drugs is most likely to cause the above features.
Sumatriptan
Ergotamine
Cyproheptadine
Beta Blockers
Question #3: Rho kinase inhibitor
Fasudil
Ranolazine
Amiloride
Nicorandil
Question #4: Which of the following does not cause hypoglycaemia?
Insulin
Clitmepiride
Nateglinide
Acarbose
Question #5: Rho kinase inhibitor is seen in
Fasudil
Nicorandil
Amiodarone
Ranolazine