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It regulates passage of substances from brain into blood p. Are excreted faster in alkaline urine C. Are highly ionized in the gastric juice D. Do not cross blood-brain barrier p.

Increases volume of distribution of the drug B. Facilitates glomerular filtration of the drug C. Minimises drug interactions p. Generally makes the drug long acting 2. Contributes to the response at the given moment B. Remains constant irrespective of the total drug concentration C. Remains constant irrespective of the disease state D. Is not available for metabolism unless actively extracted by the liver p. Activate the drug B.

Inactivate the drug C. Convert lipid soluble drugs into nonlipid soluble metabolites D. Convert nonlipid soluble drugs into lipid soluble metabolites p. Hydralazine B. Clonidine C. Captopril D. Enalapril p. The prototype member of a class of drugs B. The oldest member of a class of drugs C.

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An inactive drug that is transformed in the body to an active metabolite D. A drug that is stored in body tissues and is then gradually released in the circulation p. CYP 3A4 B. CYP 2C9 C. CYP 2E1 D. CYP 1A2 p. It generates the hepatotoxic metabolite N-acetyl benzoquinone immine from paracetamol B. It is involved in demethylation of codeine into morphine C. Its altered form is responsible for poor capacity to hydroxylate many drugs including metoprolol p. It is inhibited by quinidine 2.

Glucuronidation B. Acetylation C. Methylation p. Glutathione conjugation 2. Tolerance B. Physical dependence C. Psychological dependence D. Idiosyncrasy p.

Glucuronide conjugation B. Oxidation D. Reduction p. Microsomal enzymes B. Nonmicrosomal enzymes C. Both microsomal and nonmicrosomal enzymes p. Mitochondrial enzymes 2. A conformational change in the enzyme protein to favour binding of substrate molecules B. Expression of enzyme molecules on the surface of hepatocytes C. Enhanced transport of substrate molecules into hepatocytes D.

Increased synthesis of enzyme protein p. Phenobarbitone B. Propranolol C. Phenylbutazone D. Theophylline p. Have low oral bioavailability B.

Are excreted primarily in bile C. Are contraindicated in liver disease D. Exhibit zero order kinetics of elimination p. Lipid solubility B. Degree of ionization D. Rate of tubular secretion p. More than the glomerular filtration rate B. Equal to the glomerular filtration rate C. Less than the glomerular filtration rate D. Equal to the rate of urine formation p. Plasma protein level is low B.

Drug metabolizing enzymes are immature C. Glomerular filtration rate is low D. Tubular transport mechanisms are not well p. Bioavailability B. Volume of distribution C. Clearance D.

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Plasma half life p. A constant amount of the drug will be eliminated per unit time B. Its clearance value will remain constant C. Its elimination half life will increase with dose D. It will be completely eliminated from the body in p. Volume of distribution B.

Lipid solubility D. Total body clearance p. This book no downloads Please send me on yogesh94nagar gmail. Thank u. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Search for: Share this: WhatsApp Facebook Email. Reduction p. Microsomal enzymes B. Nonmicrosomal enzymes C. Both microsomal and nonmicrosomal enzymes p. Mitochondrial enzymes 2. A conformational change in the enzyme protein to favour binding of substrate molecules B. Expression of enzyme molecules on the surface of hepatocytes C. Enhanced transport of substrate molecules into hepatocytes D.

Increased synthesis of enzyme protein p.

Phenobarbitone B. Propranolol C. Phenylbutazone D. Theophylline p. Have low oral bioavailability B. Are excreted primarily in bile C. Are contraindicated in liver disease D. Exhibit zero order kinetics of elimination p. Lipid solubility B. Degree of ionization D. Rate of tubular secretion p. More than the glomerular filtration rate B. Equal to the glomerular filtration rate C. Less than the glomerular filtration rate D.

Equal to the rate of urine formation p. Plasma protein level is low B.

Drug metabolizing enzymes are immature C. Glomerular filtration rate is low D. Tubular transport mechanisms are not well p. Bioavailability B. Volume of distribution C. Clearance D. Plasma half life p. A constant amount of the drug will be eliminated per unit time B.

Its clearance value will remain constant C. Its elimination half life will increase with dose D. It will be completely eliminated from the body in p. Volume of distribution B. Lipid solubility D. Total body clearance p. Renal clearance B. Plasma half life C. Volume of distribution p.

Elimination rate constant 2. No sensitive methods for measuring blood levels of diuretics are available B. It is easier to measure the effect of these drugs C. Response to diuretics is not related to their blood levels p. Diuretics need activation in the body 2.

Antihypertensive drugs B. Levodopa C. Lithium carbonate p. MAO inhibitors 2. An antiarthritic with a plasma half life of 24 hr B. A sleep inducing hypnotic with a plasma half life of 2 hours C.

An antihypertensive with a plasma half life of 3 hours D. An analgesic with a plasma half life of 6 hours used for relief of casual headache p. Takes about one week to develop B. Results in increased affinity of the enzyme for the substrate C. It is irreversible D. Can be used to treat acute drug poisonings p. Atropine B. Allopurinol C. Levodopa p. Metoclopramide 3. Acetazolamide B. Disulfiram C.Drugs Acting on Autonomic Both microsomal and nonmicrosomal enzymes p.

It will be completely eliminated from the body in p. Remains constant irrespective of the disease state D. Insulin receptor p.

P-glycoprotein efflux carriers in brain capillary cells B.

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