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1. Which one is not caused by decreasing dopamine, an increase in acetylcholine?

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2. Usually used as a diagnostic test in active TB

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3. Which of the following opioids is least likely to cause serotonin syndrome?

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4. Which of the following all close contact should be treated?

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5. Which of the following is NOT a correct match?

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6. What would be the loading dose of a drug if desired peak concentration is 20 mcg/ml steady-state plasma concentrations if the apparent volume of distribution is 4.5 L?

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7. A 3-year-old boy diagnosed having otitis media has been prescribed Amoxicillin suspension at a dose of 90 mg/kg for 5 days. His weight is 36 lbs. If the product in the pharmacy is 250mg/ 5ml and the doctor instructed to give it in 3 divided doses, how many mL is the total volume required?

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8. Which of the following is a reason why ticarcillin is preferred over carbenicillin?

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9. Which of the following cytochrome enzyme actions is incorrect?

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10. Ciprofloxacin should not be given with which of the following drugs or substances?

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11. Which of the following medications is known to cause hypokalemia as a side effect?

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12. Which is not correct about vasopressin?

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13. When counseling a patient about Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), which of the following statements is correct?

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14. In which scenario is Atenolol commonly used?

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15. Interaction between Aripiprazole + Diltiazem:

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16. Case Study: from 1 to 4:-

Mrs. Smith has recently been diagnosed with hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. She presents to your pharmacy today with new prescriptions for hydrochlorothiazide and simvastatin. She asks to speak with the pharmacist when she picks up her medication. She asks several questions about her new regimen and inquiries about the lipid-lowering agent.

1- The main side effect of simvastatin is:

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17. Case Study: from 1 to 4:-

Mrs. Smith has recently been diagnosed with hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. She presents to your pharmacy today with new prescriptions for hydrochlorothiazide and simvastatin. She asks to speak with the pharmacist when she picks up her medication. She asks several questions about her new regimen and inquiries about the lipid-lowering agent.

2- All the following are metabolic effect of hydrochlorothiazide except:

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18. Case Study: from 1 to 4:-

Mrs. Smith has recently been diagnosed with hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. She presents to your pharmacy today with new prescriptions for hydrochlorothiazide and simvastatin. She asks to speak with the pharmacist when she picks up her medication. She asks several questions about her new regimen and inquiries about the lipid-lowering agent.

3- After two weeks, Mrs. Smith come to the pharmacy with some skin reactions after she exposed to the sun at the previous weekend, which of here medications is responsible for this effect:

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19. Case Study: from 1 to 4:-

Mrs. Smith has recently been diagnosed with hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. She presents to your pharmacy today with new prescriptions for hydrochlorothiazide and simvastatin. She asks to speak with the pharmacist when she picks up her medication. She asks several questions about her new regimen and inquiries about the lipid-lowering agent.

4- Mrs. Smith has some symptoms of peripheral edema and shorten on here breath with chronic coughing and wheezing. The physician asked you about which of here medications is contraindicated with here newly diagnosed case:

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20. Filgrastim is used to?

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21. What is the first line therapy for Lyme disease?

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22. Griseofulvin 50 g added to glycerine 20 ml to form a paste. The density of glycerine is 1.25. The final concentration of Griseofulvin in the paste is:

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23. The bioavailability of the immediate dosage form depends on:

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24. Which of the following antihypertensive agent is most similar in chemical structure to hydrochlorothiazide?

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