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Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 Mcqs with Answers

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0812 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 Mcqs with Answers

1)  Which of the following antibiotics is a macrolide?
A. Chloramphenicol
B. Doxycycline
C. Erythromycin
D. Streptomycin

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2)  Which Of the following antibiotics function as a nucleic acid synthesis inhibitor?
A. Penicillin
B. Tetracycline
C. Trimethoprim
D. ciprofloxacin

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3) Which of the following antibiotics would not be effective against Chlamydia? 
A. Penicillin
B.Tetracycline
C. Erythromycin
D. sulfonamides

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4) The mechanism of action of penicillin is 
A. Prevention of RNA synthesis.
B. Prevention of DNA polymerization.
C. Inhibition of cell wall synthesis.
D. Stimulation of phagocytic activity.

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5) Which is a naturally occurring anti-malaria drug? 
A. Quinacrine
B. Artemisinin
C. Mepacrine
D. Mefloquine

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6) Chlorpromazine is used to treat 
A. Neuroplastic
B. Anxiety
C. Stress
D. Schizophrenia

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7) Identify the general anaesthetic drug 
A. Diethylether
B. Chlorpromazine
C. Haloperidol
D. Droperidol

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8) The most commonly occurring side effect with ionized is___
A. Hepatitis
B. Liver damages
C. Brain damages
D. Both a & b

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9) Sulfamethoxazole used in the treatment of…
A. Respiratory tract infection
B. Urinary tract infection
C. Eye infection
D. None of the above

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10) Which is a synthetic antibiotic
A. Cephalothin
B. Chloramphenicol
C. Tetracycline
D. Penicillin G

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11) Which antibiotic is bacterial cell synthesis inhibitor 
A. Cephalosporins
B. Macrolide antibiotics
C. Aminoglycoside antibiotics
D. All of the above

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12) Which penicillin is a penicillinase susceptible 
A. Methicillin
B. Cloxacillin
C. Oxacillin
D. Phenoxy methyl penicillin

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13) Uses of Promethazine
A. It is also useful in the treatment of brain abscesses.
B. It has bronchodilator action
C. It is used in treatment of Rickettsia, Chlamydia and mycoplasma
D. Used as an antiemetic drug.

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14) Uses of testosterone
A. They also find use in the treatment of gynaecomastia.
B. They also find use in the treatment of disseminated breast cancer in postmenopausal women
C. Testosterone as well as other androgenic compounds find use in the male for replacement in hypogonadism, eunuchoidism & the male climacteric.
D. All of the above

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15)  Naturally occurring alkaloids used as local anesthetic agent is
A. Cocaine
B. Atropine
C. Benzocaine
D. Ecgonine

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16) Which one of these drugs is preferred to give to bed
A. Amitriptyline
B. Phenelzine
C. Imipramine
D. Isocarboxazid

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17) One of these adrenergic drugs is not a catecholamine derivative? 
A. Epinephrine
B. Noe- epinephrine
C. AIsoprenaline
D. Phenylephrine

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18)  Cardiac glycoside possess basic structure as
A. Tropane
B. Triterpene
C. Cyclopentanophenanthrene
D. None of the above

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19) Insulin is composed of
A. Amino acid
B. Fatty acid
C. Sugar units
D. None of the above

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20) uses of Coramine
A. These drugs are used to improve wakefulness in patients that have narcolepsy
B. It is a primary drug in the treatment of hepatic amoebiasis.
C. It has antiprotozoal and antibacterial action
D. It is active against anaerobic bacteria like streptococci and H-Pylori

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21)  Almet is the brand name for 
A. Guanethidine
B. Reserpine
C. Clonidine
D. Methyldopa

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22)  Which of the following drugs are used as antipyretics?
A. Aspirin
B. Paracetamol
C. Analgin
D. All of above

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23)  Which of the Following is an Active Agent in Antiseptics. 
A. Alcohol
B. Iodine
C. Phenol
D. All Of the Above

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24)  Acridine-3,6-diamine is IUPAC Name of 
A. Proflavine
B. Chlorocresol
C. Metronidazole
D. Piperazine Citrate

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25) Disinfectants are except 
A. The agents that destroy or kill the growth of the microorganism
B. Kill’s Vegetative bacteria
C. Applied in the form of mouthwashes, gargles
D. Use on an inanimate objects

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26) Proflavine is a 
A. Halophors
B. Dyes
C. Heavy metals
D. Quaternary ammonium

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27) uses of metronidazole.
A. Respiratory tract infection
B. It is used in the treatment of severe intestinal amoebiasis
C. Gonorrhea
D. Meningitis

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28) Disinfectants are
A. Bacteriostatic
B. Bactericidal
C. Bacterial culture
D. Fungicidal

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29) Sulphonamides are
A. Virucidal
B. Bactericidal
C. Bacteriostatic
D. Disinfectant

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30) Given the Following are Short acting Sulfonamides except
A. Sulfamethoxazole
B. Sulphadimidine
C. Sulphapyridine
D. None of the Above

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31) The epimer of Quinidine has the following activity
A. Anti-diabetic
B. Antimalarial
C. Analgesic
D. Antihypertensive

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32) Which of the following contains sulfonamide group in its structure
A. phenoxybenzamine
B. prazosin
C. Sotalol
D. Clonidine

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33) Neuroleptics are used to treat
A. Neurosis
B. Psychosis
C. Narcolepsy
D. Parkinsonian disorders

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34) uses of imipramine.
A. Some of them also have “anorexia” effects.
B. It affects chemicals in the brain that may be unbalanced in people with depression.
C. Useful as respiratory stimulants & this action is brought about through chemo receptors & the vasomotor centre.
D. It is used in combination with pyrimethamine in the treatment of malaria

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35) Which of the following barbiturates is an ultra-short-acting drug? 
A. Secobarbital
B. Amobarbital
C. Thiopental
D. Phenobarbital

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