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Pharmacology Questions and Answers (Q&A)

E. Austin
Answered: Jun 20, 2019
Sulfonylureas. They are a class of organic compounds. Sulfonylureas are used in both fields of agriculture and medicine. The common drug that they are found in is the drug to manage type 2...Read More

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Chris Kenway, Content Writer
Answered: Feb 01, 2019
The answer to this is letter C. There are some people who are not too familiar with hydrophilic drugs. This type of drugs usually stays in the blood until the extra fluid becomes eliminated. This...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Oct 01, 2020
Covalent-5) learning objective: describe the different drug -receptor bonds.answer: ein general drugs binding to receptors in a reversible way and therefore the chemical bondbetween drug and...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Oct 01, 2020
Toxic effects may occur with only small increments in dose

Sulfonamides can displace phenytoin from its binding sites, increasing the plasma-free fraction of the drug. Induction of liver...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Jul 12, 2017

C=0.588/490=0.0012g/100ml

0.0012/100=0.000012g in 1ml

0.000012df=0.0006g in the original

%=0.001/0.5100=20

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M. Porter, Senior Executive
Answered: Dec 14, 2018
The answer is D. The minimal drug plasma concentration to produce effect describes minimal effective concentration (MEC). This question can often be tested in pharmacology or potentially in...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: May 01, 2019
Atropine is an antimuscarinic receptor blocker that is commonly used to treat bradycardia and ophthalmic conditions. It is also used as an antidote to treat the toxicity of Acetylcholine esterase...Read More

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Malcolm Carneal, Digital Nomad
Answered: Aug 23, 2018
Cardiac glycosides are special glycosides that have a special effect on the heart. They often increase the contractile force of the heart but decrease the rate of contractions. Hence, the heart...Read More

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Uncadf
Answered: Oct 01, 2020
No

Spare receptors occur when Emax occurs at less than 100% binding. In other words, when EC50 is less than Kd, spare receptors are present. The two are equal in this figure.

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Chachelly
Answered: Oct 01, 2020
1.4g

T1/2 is 1 hr. therefore 3 hrs ago plasma concentration was 10mg/L (1.25x2x2x2) 10mg/L x 140L = 1400mg or 1.4grams.

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