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Question 1 The term given for a dislodged blood clot.

1) Atherosclerosis 2) Thrombosis 3) Thrombus

1 / 1 point

4) Embolus Question 2 1 / 1 point Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: 1) Virilization 2) Salt retention 3) Cholestasis 4) Obstructive jaundice 5) Osteoporosis Question 3 1 / 1 point Drugs that reduce the size of a preformed fibrin clot have recently proved to be especially useful. The following is an agent with the shortest duration of action. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) 2) Urokinase 3) Streptokinase 4) Aniestreplase (anisolyted plasminogen-, streptokinase-activator complex) Question 4 1 / 1 point Diethylstilbestrol should never be used in pregnant women because it is associated with: 1) Development of deep vein thrombosis in the pregnant women 2) Feminization of the external genitalia of male offspring 3) Infertility and development of vaginal cancer in female offspring 4) Miscarriages 5) Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring Question 5 1 / 1 point The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids. 1) Cushings syndrome 2) Addisons disease 3) Parkinsons disease 4) Lou Gehrigs disease Question 6 1 / 1 point One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: 1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol Question 7 1 / 1 point Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? 1) Cholestatic jaundice and elevation of AST levels in the blood in adult men 2) Growth of facial hair in women 3) Increased milk production in nursing women 4) Increased muscle bulk

5) Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys Question 8 1 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: 1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) Hypoglycemia 3) Increased bleeding tendency 4) Pancreatitis 5) Severe hypertension Question 9 1 / 1 point Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: 1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) Pituitary dwarfism 3) Breast carcinoma 4) Mild anemia 5) Burn treatment (anabolic effects). Question 10 1 / 1 point Androgens are used to: 1) Increase serum LDL 2) Treat senile osteoporosis 3) Help with impotency 4) Help children along in growing Question 11 1 / 1 point Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). 1) They are gonadotropins present in urine 2) They have LH and FSH activity 3) They produce ovulation 4) They cause secretion of milk from breast 5) None of the above Question 12 1 / 1 point The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed. 1) Semilente 2) Isophane 3) Regular 4) Combination insulin Question 13 1 / 1 point Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? 1) Clomiphene 2) Ethinyl estradiol 3) Mestranol 4) Norethindrone 5) Norgestrel Question 14 0 / 1 point The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as:

1) LH (Luteinizing hormone) 2) FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) 3) HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) 4) None of the above Question 15 1 / 1 point Insulin is administered 1) At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. 2) 3) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells.

4) To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. Question 16 1 / 1 point Identify an INCORRECT statement for Raloxifene. 1) It is used to decrease osteoporosis 2) It increases LDL levels 3) It acts as an estrogen antagonist in breast and uterus Question 17 1 / 1 point Which of the following insulins contains protamine? 1) Lispro 2) Regular 3) Isophane 4) Lente 5) Ultralente Question 18 1 / 1 point Progestins can 1) Decrease the LDL/HDL ratio 2) Cause weight loss 3) Cause edema 4) Have antidepressive effects Question 19 1 / 1 point The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: 1) It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. 2) It is easily absorbed by placenta. 3) It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic episodes. 4) It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis. Question 20 1 / 1 point The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. 1) Thromboplastin 2) Prothrombin 3) Thrombin 4) Fibrinogen 5) Fibrin Question 21 1 / 1 point Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. 1) Alpha cells 2) Beta cells

3) Delta cells 4) F cells 5) All the above Question 22 1 / 1 point All the following endogenous factors stimulate the secretion of insulin from pancreatic islets EXCEPT: 1) Glucose 2) Amino acids 3) Fatty acids 4) Somatostatin 5) Glucagon Question 23 1 / 1 point Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis 3) Cholesterol levels 4) Glucose absorption Question 24 1 / 1 point Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: 1) Myocardial infarction 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Hemophilia 4) Stroke Question 25 1 / 1 point What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? 1) Raloxifene 2) Estradiol 3) Clomiphene 4) Tamoxifen Question 26 1 / 1 point Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1) Sugar in urine 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy Question 27 1 / 1 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation 1) Warfarin 2) Alteplase 3) Anistreplase 4) Heparin Question 28 1 / 1 point The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule is: 1) 21 2) 30

3) 51 4) 86 Question 29 1 / 1 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. 1) Streptokinase 2) Urokinase 3) Tissue-type plasminogen activator 4) All the above 5) None of the above Question 30 1 / 1 point The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. 1) Vitamin K 2) Vitamin W 3) Vitamin C 4) Vitamin B Question 31 1 / 1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1) Ischemic 2) Hemorrhagic 3) Both 1 and 2 4) None of the above Question 32 1 / 1 point Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1) Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. 3) Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins. 4) Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 33 1 / 1 point The following drug interrupts pregnancy by opposing the effect of progesterone. 1) Mifepristone 2) Raloxifene 3) Prednisone 4) Stanozolol Question 34 1 / 1 point The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma 3) It can promote breast cancer carcinoma 4) It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease Question 35 0 / 1 point The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 1) Testosterone 2) Oxandrolone 3) Dromostanolone propionate 4) Stanozolol

5) Nondrolone phenpropionate Question 36 1 / 1 point Type I diabetes 1) is more frequent among adults 2) is usually the result of obesity 3) is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas 4) has a very strong genetic predisposition Question 37 1 / 1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1) Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen 2) Can control uterine bleeding 3) Can be used to postpone menstruation 4) Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis 5) None of the above Question 38 1 / 1 point This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. 1) Sulfonylureas 2) Biguanides 3) Acarbose 4) Metformin Question 39 1 / 1 point Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1) Blood glucose level 2) Ketones 3) Oxidation of glucose 4) Fat catabolism 5) Protein conversion to amino acids Question 40 1 / 1 point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: 1) Alteplase 2) Aminocaproic acid 3) Factor VIII 4) Protamine 5) Vitamin K1 Question 1 The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma 3) It can promote breast cancer carcinoma 4) It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease Question 2 0 / 1 point The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 1) Testosterone 2) Oxandrolone 1 / 1 point

3) Dromostanolone propionate 4) Stanozolol 5) Nondrolone phenpropionate Question 3 0 / 1 point The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects. 1) Hemophilia A 2) Hemophilia B 3) Von Willebrand's disease 4) Thrombosis 5) Embolism Question 4 0 / 1 point All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT: 2) Prostacyclin 3) Diacylglycerol 4) Inositol trisphosphate Question 5 0 / 1 point Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. 1) True 2) False Question 6 0 / 1 point If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: 1) Acute renal failure 3) Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction 4) Hemorrhagic stroke 5) Neutropenia Question 7 1 / 1 point Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: 1) Beef 2) Pork 3) Chicken 4) Fish Question 8 0 / 1 point Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOT when added to blood outside of the body. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator 2) Heparin 3) Tranexamic acid 4) Warfarin 5) Citric acid Question 9 1 / 1 point The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas. 1) Glucagon 2) Somatostatin

3) Pancreatic polypeptide 4) Neuropeptide Y Question 10 1 / 1 point Type I diabetes 1) is more frequent among adults 2) is usually the result of obesity 3) is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas 4) has a very strong genetic predisposition Question 11 0 / 1 point Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1) Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. 3) Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins. 4) Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 12 1 / 1 point Which one of the following statements is TRUE? 1) Diethylstilbestrol enhances fertility by blocking the inhibitory effect of estrogen on the pituitary. 2) 3) Mifepristone (RU 486) is a progesterone receptor antagonist. Dexamethasone has weak anti-inflammatory properties

4) Estrogens are mainly excreted unchanged in the urine. Question 13 1 / 1 point Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1) Blood glucose level 2) Ketones 3) Oxidation of glucose 4) Fat catabolism 5) Protein conversion to amino acids Question 14 0 / 1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1) Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen 2) Can control uterine bleeding 3) Can be used to postpone menstruation 4) Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis 5) None of the above Question 15 Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase. 1) True 1 / 1 point

2) False Question 16 1 / 1 point Which of the following statements is INCORRECT concerning female sex hormones? 1) Progesterone increases the viscous cervical mucus 2) Estrogen decreases FSH release and inhibits follicle development 3) Estrogen and Progesterone can be used as oral contraceptives 4) Progesterone increases LH release Question 17 0 / 1 point Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT:

1) To suppress menopausal symptoms 2) To treat breast carcinoma 3) Amenorrhea 4) Dysmenorrhea 5) Contraception Question 18 0 / 1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1) Ischemic 2) Hemorrhagic 3) Both 1 and 2 4) None of the above Question 19 1 / 1 point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: 1) Alteplase 2) Aminocaproic acid 3) Factor VIII 4) Protamine 5) Vitamin K1 Question 20 0 / 1 point Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. 1) Prostacyclin 2) Indomethacin 3) Serotonin 4) Cyclic AMP 5) Dipyridamole Question 21 1 / 1 point The following drug interrupts pregnancy by opposing the effect of progesterone. 1) Mifepristone 2) Raloxifene 3) Prednisone 4) Stanozolol Question 22 1 / 1 point Anemia is characterized by 1) An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 2) 3) A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells

4) An increase in folic acid Question 23 1 / 1 point The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. 1) Aspirin 2) Heparin 3) Warfarin 4) Vitamin K Question 24 1 / 1 point

Progestins are used for contraception for all the following periods EXCEPT: 1) Three days (in morning after pill) 2) Three months 3) Daily (mini-pill) 4) Five years Question 25 1 / 1 point Which one of the following insulin preparations is an intermediate acting (acting for about 15 hr)? 1) Humalog 2) Regular Humulin 3) Ultralente insulin 4) Isophane insulin Question 26 1 / 1 point Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? 1) Glucose intolerance 2) Depression 3) Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4) Loss of appetite 5) Chloasma Question 27 0 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is: 1) Crystalline zinc insulin 2) Glyburide 4) Tolbutamide 5) Ultralente insulin Question 28 1 / 1 point Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. 1) 5-alpha reductace/ Finasteride 2) Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol 3) Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam 4) None of the above Question 29 0 / 1 point The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. 1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Aspirin 4) Vitamin K 5) Protamine sulfate Question 30 1 / 1 point The following drug is used to promote fertility. 1) Mestranol 2) Norgestrel 3) Clomiphene

4) Estradiol 5) Norethindrone Question 31 0 / 1 point The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. 1) Prolactin 2) LH 3) FSH 4) Gonadotropin 5) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) Question 32 0 / 1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: 2) A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina 3) Ulcers in legs and feet 4) Kidney failure Question 33 1 / 1 point Which of the following increase insulin secretion? 1) Vagal stimulation/ Beta-2 adrenergic agonists 2) Alpha-2 adrenergic agonists/ Beta-1 agonists 3) Beta-blockers/ Ca2+ blockers 4) Vagal stimulation/ Beta-1 agonists Question 34 0 / 1 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis 3) Glycogenesis

Question 35 0 / 1 point Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? 1) Acarbose 2) Colestipol 3) Glipizide 4) Pioglitazone 5) Repaglinide Question 36 1 / 1 point One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). 1) Raloxifene 2) Nafcillin 3) Tamoxifen 4) Toremifene Question 37 1 / 1 point The following drug is derived from a bacterial source. 1) Streptokinase

2) Alteplase 3) Urokinase 4) Aminocaproic acid Question 38 1 / 1 point The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. 1) Rosiglitazone (Avantia) 2) Acarbose (Precose) 3) Sulfonylureas 4) Biguanides Question 39 1 / 1 point Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 1) Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. 2) Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. 3) Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. 4) Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore designated as pregnancy category X.

5) Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies. Question 40 1 / 1 point This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. 1) Sulfonylureas 2) 3) 4)
Question 1

Biguanides Acarbose Metformin


1 / 1 point

All the following endogenous factors stimulate the secretion of insulin from pancreatic isletsEXCEPT: 1) Glucose 2) 3) 4) 5) Amino acids Fatty acids Somatostatin Glucagon 1 / 1 point

Question 2 The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. 1) Vitamin K 2) 3) 4) Vitamin W Vitamin C Vitamin B

Question 3 All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT: 1) Arachidonic acid 2) 3) 4) Prostacyclin Diacylglycerol Inositol trisphosphate

0 / 1 point

Question 4 Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. 1) 2)

0 / 1 point True False

Question 5 Which of the following insulins contains protamine? 1) Lispro 2) 3) 4) 5) Regular Isophane Lente Ultralente

1 / 1 point

Question 6 0 / 1 point Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? 1) Cholestatic jaundice and elevation of AST levels in the blood in adult men 2) 3) 4) 5) Growth of facial hair in women Increased milk production in nursing women Increased muscle bulk Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys

Question 7 1 / 1 point Insulin is administered 1) At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. 2) 3) 4) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. 0 / 1 point

Question 8 Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? 1) Clomiphene 2) 3) 4) 5) Ethinyl estradiol Mestranol Norethindrone Norgestrel

Question 9 Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1) Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen 2) 3) 4) 5) Can control uterine bleeding Can be used to postpone menstruation Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis None of the above

1 / 1 point

Question 10 1 / 1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1) Ischemic 2) 3) 4) Hemorrhagic Both 1 and 2 None of the above

Question 11 1 / 1 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. 1) Streptokinase 2) 3) 4) Urokinase Tissue-type plasminogen activator All the above

5)

None of the above 0 / 1 point

Question 12 One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: 1) Danazol 2) 3) 4) Dronabinol Nandrolone Stanozolol

Question 13 The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: 1) It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. 2) 3) 4) It is easily absorbed by placenta. It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic episodes. It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis.

1 / 1 point

Question 14 This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. 1) Sulfonylureas 2) 3) 4) Biguanides Acarbose Metformin

1 / 1 point

Question 15 Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: 1) Myocardial infarction 2) 3) 4) Pulmonary embolism Hemophilia Stroke

1 / 1 point

Question 16 1 / 1 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation 1) Warfarin 2) 3) 4) Alteplase Anistreplase Heparin 1 / 1 point

Question 17 Androgens are used to: 1) Increase serum LDL 2) 3) 4) Treat senile osteoporosis Help with impotency Help children along in growing

Question 18 Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1) Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries 2) 3) 4) A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina Ulcers in legs and feet Kidney failure

1 / 1 point

Question 19 1 / 1 point Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates?

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Acarbose Colestipol Glipizide Pioglitazone Repaglinide 1 / 1 point

Question 20 The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. 1) Aspirin 2) 3) 4) Heparin Warfarin Vitamin K

Question 21 The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas. 1) Glucagon 2) 3) 4) Somatostatin Pancreatic polypeptide Neuropeptide Y

1 / 1 point

Question 22 The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 1) Testosterone 2) 3) 4) 5) Oxandrolone Dromostanolone propionate Stanozolol Nondrolone phenpropionate

0 / 1 point

Question 23 The following drug interrupts pregnancy by opposing the effect of progesterone. 1) Mifepristone 2) 3) 4) Raloxifene Prednisone Stanozolol

1 / 1 point

Question 24 The term given for a dislodged blood clot. 1) Atherosclerosis 2) 3) 4) Thrombosis Thrombus Embolus

1 / 1 point

Question 25 Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) 3) 4) Glycolysis Cholesterol levels Glucose absorption

0 / 1 point

Question 26 0 / 1 point The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. 1) Prolactin 2) LH

3) 4) 5)

FSH Gonadotropin Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH)

Question 27 0 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: 1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) 3) 4) 5) Hypoglycemia Increased bleeding tendency Pancreatitis Severe hypertension 1 / 1 point

Question 28 Which of the following increase insulin secretion? 1) Vagal stimulation/ Beta-2 adrenergic agonists 2) 3) 4) Alpha-2 adrenergic agonists/ Beta-1 agonists Beta-blockers/ Ca2+ blockers Vagal stimulation/ Beta-1 agonists

Question 29 Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. 1) Prostacyclin 2) 3) 4) 5) Indomethacin Serotonin Cyclic AMP Dipyridamole

0 / 1 point

Question 30 0 / 1 point Anemia is characterized by 1) An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 2) 3) 4) A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells An increase in folic acid 1 / 1 point

Question 31 The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed. 1) Semilente 2) 3) 4) Isophane Regular Combination insulin

Question 32 Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1) Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. 3)

1 / 1 point

Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins. 0 / 1 point

4) Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 33 The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process.

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Thromboplastin Prothrombin Thrombin Fibrinogen Fibrin

Question 34 0 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is: 1) Crystalline zinc insulin 2) 3) 4) 5) Glyburide Isophane (NPH) Insulin Tolbutamide Ultralente insulin 0 / 1 point

Question 35 Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) 3) Glycolysis Glycogenesis

Question 36 One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). 1) Raloxifene 2) 3) 4) Nafcillin Tamoxifen Toremifene

1 / 1 point

Question 37 Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase. 1) 2) Question 38 The following drug is used to promote fertility. 1) Mestranol 2) 3) 4) 5) Norgestrel Clomiphene Estradiol Norethindrone

1 / 1 point True False 1 / 1 point

Question 39 1 / 1 point Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. 1) 5-alpha reductace/ Finasteride 2) 3) 4) Question 40 Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam None of the above 0 / 1 point

Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: 1) Virilization 2) 3) 4) 5) Salt retention Cholestasis Obstructive jaundice Osteoporosis

Question 1 1 / 1 point If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: 1) Acute renal failure 2) 3) 4) 5) Development of antiplatelet antibodies Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction Hemorrhagic stroke Neutropenia 1 / 1 point

Question 2 Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. 1) Alpha cells 2) 3) 4) 5) Beta cells Delta cells F cells All the above

Question 3 Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1) Sugar in urine 2) 3) 4) Loss of nitrogen Lack of thirst Neuropathy

0 / 1 point

Question 4 Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). 1) They are gonadotropins present in urine 2) 3) 4) 5) They have LH and FSH activity They produce ovulation They cause secretion of milk from breast None of the above

1 / 1 point

Question 5 0 / 1 point Which one of the following statements is TRUE? 1) Diethylstilbestrol enhances fertility by blocking the inhibitory effect of estrogen on the pituitary. 2) Mifepristone (RU 486) is a progesterone receptor antagonist. 3) Dexamethasone has weak anti-inflammatory properties 4) Estrogens are mainly excreted unchanged in the urine. Question 6 1 / 1 point Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? 1) Glucose intolerance 2) 3) 4) Depression Increase in the size of uterine fibroids Loss of appetite

5)

Chloasma

Question 7 0 / 1 point The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects. 1) Hemophilia A 2) 3) 4) 5) Hemophilia B Von Willebrand's disease Thrombosis Embolism

Question 8 1 / 1 point The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. 1) Warfarin 2) 3) 4) 5) Heparin Aspirin Vitamin K Protamine sulfate

Question 9 0 / 1 point Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 1) Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. 2) Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. 3) Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. 4) 5) Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore designated as pregnancy category X. Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies. 1 / 1 point

Question 10 Which of the following statements is INCORRECT concerning female sex hormones? 1) Progesterone increases the viscous cervical mucus 2) 3) 4) Estrogen decreases FSH release and inhibits follicle development Estrogen and Progesterone can be used as oral contraceptives Progesterone increases LH release

Question 11 Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: 1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) 4) 5) Pituitary dwarfism Mild anemia Burn treatment (anabolic effects).

0 / 1 point

Question 12 The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids. 1) Cushings syndrome 2) 3) 4) Addisons disease Parkinsons disease Lou Gehrigs disease

1 / 1 point

Question 13 The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule is:

1 / 1 point

1) 2) 3) 4) Question 14 Identify an INCORRECT statement for Raloxifene. 1) It is used to decrease osteoporosis 2) 3) It increases LDL levels

21 30 51 86 1 / 1 point

It acts as an estrogen antagonist in breast and uterus 1 / 1 point

Question 15 Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1) Blood glucose level 2) 3) 4) 5) Ketones Oxidation of glucose Fat catabolism Protein conversion to amino acids

Question 16 Type I diabetes 1) is more frequent among adults 2) 3) 4) is usually the result of obesity is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas has a very strong genetic predisposition

1 / 1 point

Question 17 The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) 3) 4) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease

1 / 1 point

Question 18 Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: 1) Beef 2) 3) 4) Pork Chicken Fish

0 / 1 point

Question 19 The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as: 2) 3) FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin)

0 / 1 point

Question 20 What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? 1) Raloxifene 2) 3) 4) Estradiol Clomiphene Tamoxifen

1 / 1 point

Question 21 1 / 1 point Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOTwhen added to blood outside of the body. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator 2) 3) 4) 5) Heparin Tranexamic acid Warfarin Citric acid 1 / 1 point

Question 22 Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT: 1) To suppress menopausal symptoms 2) 3) 4) 5) To treat breast carcinoma Amenorrhea Dysmenorrhea Contraception

Question 23 The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. 1) Rosiglitazone (Avantia) 2) 3) 4) Question 24 Progestins can 1) 2) 3) 4) Acarbose (Precose) Sulfonylureas Biguanides

1 / 1 point

1 / 1 point Decrease the LDL/HDL ratio Cause weight loss Cause edema Have antidepressive effects 0 / 1 point

Question 25 Progestins are used for contraception for all the following periods EXCEPT: 1) Three days (in morning after pill) 2) 3) 4) Three months Daily (mini-pill) Five years

Question 26 1 / 1 point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: 1) Alteplase 2) 3) 4) 5) Aminocaproic acid Factor VIII Protamine Vitamin K1

Question 27 1 / 1 point Drugs that reduce the size of a preformed fibrin clot have recently proved to be especially useful. The following is an agent with the shortest duration of action. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) 2) 3) Urokinase Streptokinase

4)

Aniestreplase (anisolyted plasminogen-, streptokinase-activator complex) 1 / 1 point

Question 28 The following drug is derived from a bacterial source. 1) Streptokinase 2) 3) 4) Alteplase Urokinase Aminocaproic acid

Question 29 0 / 1 point Diethylstilbestrol should never be used in pregnant women because it is associated with: 1) Development of deep vein thrombosis in the pregnant women 2) 3) 4) 5) Feminization of the external genitalia of male offspring Infertility and development of vaginal cancer in female offspring Miscarriages Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring

Question 30 1 / 1 point Which one of the following insulin preparations is an intermediate acting (acting for about 15 hr)? 1) Humalog 2) 3) 4) Regular Humulin Ultralente insulin Isophane insulin 1 / 1 point

Question 31 The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas. 1) Glucagon 2) 3) 4) Somatostatin Pancreatic polypeptide Neuropeptide Y

Question 32 1 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is: 1) Crystalline zinc insulin 2) 3) 4) 5) Glyburide Isophane (NPH) Insulin Tolbutamide Ultralente insulin 1 / 1 point

Question 33 Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: 1) Myocardial infarction 2) 3) 4) Pulmonary embolism Hemophilia Stroke

Question 34 1 / 1 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. 1) Streptokinase 2) Urokinase

3) 4) 5)

Tissue-type plasminogen activator All the above None of the above 0 / 1 point True False

Question 35 Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. 1) 2)

Question 36 1 / 1 point Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. 1) 5-alpha reductace/ Finasteride 2) 3) 4) Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam None of the above 1 / 1 point

Question 37 One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: 1) Danazol 2) 3) 4) Dronabinol Nandrolone Stanozolol

Question 38 Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. 1) Prostacyclin 2) 3) 4) 5) Indomethacin Serotonin Cyclic AMP Dipyridamole

1 / 1 point

Question 39 Which of the following insulins contains protamine? 1) Lispro 2) 3) 4) 5) Regular Isophane Lente Ultralente

1 / 1 point

Question 40 Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: 1) Virilization 2) 3) 5) Salt retention Cholestasis Osteoporosis

0 / 1 point

Question 1 Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). 1) They are gonadotropins present in urine 2) 3) 4) They have LH and FSH activity They produce ovulation They cause secretion of milk from breast

1 / 1 point

5)

None of the above 1 / 1 point

Question 2 All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT: 1) Arachidonic acid 2) 3) 4) Prostacyclin Diacylglycerol Inositol trisphosphate

Question 3 One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). 1) Raloxifene 2) 3) 4) Nafcillin Tamoxifen Toremifene

1 / 1 point

Question 4 1 / 1 point Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 1) Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. 2) Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. 3) Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. 4) 5) Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore designated as pregnancy category X. Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies.

Question 5 1 / 1 point The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. 1) Warfarin 2) 3) 4) 5) Heparin Aspirin Vitamin K Protamine sulfate 1 / 1 point

Question 6 Progestins are used for contraception for all the following periods EXCEPT: 1) Three days (in morning after pill) 2) 3) 4) Three months Daily (mini-pill) Five years

Question 7 0 / 1 point Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? 1) Cholestatic jaundice and elevation of AST levels in the blood in adult men 2) 3) 4) 5) Growth of facial hair in women Increased milk production in nursing women Increased muscle bulk Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys 0 / 1 point

Question 8 Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis

3) 4)

Cholesterol levels Glucose absorption 1 / 1 point

Question 9 The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) 3) 4) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease

Question 10 The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids. 1) Cushings syndrome 2) 3) 4) Addisons disease Parkinsons disease Lou Gehrigs disease

1 / 1 point

Question 11 The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 1) Testosterone 2) 3) 4) 5) Oxandrolone Dromostanolone propionate Stanozolol Nondrolone phenpropionate

0 / 1 point

Question 12 0 / 1 point The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. 1) Thromboplastin 2) 3) 4) 5) Prothrombin Thrombin Fibrinogen Fibrin 1 / 1 point

Question 13 Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1) Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries 2) 3) 4) A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina Ulcers in legs and feet Kidney failure

Question 14 1 / 1 point Drugs that reduce the size of a preformed fibrin clot have recently proved to be especially useful. The following is an agent with the shortest duration of action. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) 2) 3) 4) Urokinase Streptokinase Aniestreplase (anisolyted plasminogen-, streptokinase-activator complex)

Question 15 0 / 1 point Which one of the following statements is TRUE? 1) Diethylstilbestrol enhances fertility by blocking the inhibitory effect of estrogen on the pituitary. 2) Mifepristone (RU 486) is a progesterone receptor antagonist. 3) Dexamethasone has weak anti-inflammatory properties

4) Estrogens are mainly excreted unchanged in the urine. Question 16 Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: 1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) 3) 4) 5) Pituitary dwarfism Breast carcinoma Mild anemia Burn treatment (anabolic effects). 1 / 1 point

Question 17 1 / 1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1) Ischemic 2) 3) 4) Hemorrhagic Both 1 and 2 None of the above 1 / 1 point

Question 18 The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed. 1) Semilente 2) 3) 4) Isophane Regular Combination insulin

Question 19 1 / 1 point The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects. 1) Hemophilia A 2) 3) 4) 5) Hemophilia B Von Willebrand's disease Thrombosis Embolism 1 / 1 point

Question 20 What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? 1) Raloxifene 2) 3) 4) Estradiol Clomiphene Tamoxifen

Question 21 Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1) Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen 2) 3) 4) 5) Can control uterine bleeding Can be used to postpone menstruation Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis None of the above

1 / 1 point

Question 22 The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule is: 1) 2) 3)

1 / 1 point 21 30 51

4)

86 1 / 1 point

Question 23 Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: 1) Beef 2) 3) 4) Pork Chicken Fish

Question 24 1 / 1 point Diethylstilbestrol should never be used in pregnant women because it is associated with: 1) Development of deep vein thrombosis in the pregnant women 2) 3) 4) 5) Feminization of the external genitalia of male offspring Infertility and development of vaginal cancer in female offspring Miscarriages Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring

Question 25 1 / 1 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation 1) Warfarin 2) 3) 4) Alteplase Anistreplase Heparin

Question 26 1 / 1 point If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: 1) Acute renal failure 2) 3) 4) 5) Development of antiplatelet antibodies Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction Hemorrhagic stroke Neutropenia 1 / 1 point

Question 27 The following drug is used to promote fertility. 1) Mestranol 2) 3) 4) 5) Norgestrel Clomiphene Estradiol Norethindrone

Question 28 Which of the following statements is INCORRECT concerning female sex hormones? 1) Progesterone increases the viscous cervical mucus 2) 3) 4) Estrogen decreases FSH release and inhibits follicle development Estrogen and Progesterone can be used as oral contraceptives Progesterone increases LH release

1 / 1 point

Question 29 1 / 1 point Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? 1) Glucose intolerance 2) 3) Depression Increase in the size of uterine fibroids

4) 5)

Loss of appetite Chloasma 1 / 1 point

Question 30 The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. 1) Aspirin 2) 3) 4) Heparin Warfarin Vitamin K

Question 31 Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1) Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. 3)

1 / 1 point

Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins.

4) Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 32 1 / 1 point Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? 1) Acarbose 2) 3) 4) 5) Colestipol Glipizide Pioglitazone Repaglinide 1 / 1 point

Question 33 Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1) Blood glucose level 2) 3) 4) 5) Question 34 Progestins can 1) 2) 3) 4) Ketones Oxidation of glucose Fat catabolism Protein conversion to amino acids

1 / 1 point Decrease the LDL/HDL ratio Cause weight loss Cause edema Have antidepressive effects

Question 35 1 / 1 point Insulin is administered 1) At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. 2) 3) 4) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract.

Question 36 1 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is:

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Dilutional hyponatremia Hypoglycemia Increased bleeding tendency Pancreatitis Severe hypertension 1 / 1 point

Question 37 Androgens are used to: 1) Increase serum LDL 2) 3) 4) Treat senile osteoporosis Help with impotency Help children along in growing

Question 38 Type I diabetes 1) is more frequent among adults 2) 3) 4) is usually the result of obesity is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas has a very strong genetic predisposition

1 / 1 point

Question 39 1 / 1 point Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOTwhen added to blood outside of the body. 1) Tissue plasminogen activator 2) 3) 4) 5) Heparin Tranexamic acid Warfarin Citric acid 1 / 1 point

Question 40 The term given for a dislodged blood clot. 1) Atherosclerosis 2) Thrombosis 3) Thrombus 4) Embolus

1/1 point The term given for a dislodged blood clot. 1 Atherosclero ) sis Question 1 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Thrombosis Thrombus Embolus

1/1 point Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: 1 Virilization ) Question 2

2 ) 3 )

Salt retention Cholestasis

4 Obstructive ) jaundice 5 ) Osteoporosis

1/1 point Drugs that reduce the size of a preformed fibrin clot have recently proved to be especially useful. The following is an agent with the shortest duration of action. 1 Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) ) Question 3 2 ) 3 ) Urokinase Streptokinase

4 Aniestreplase (anisolyted plasminogen-, streptokinase-activator ) complex) Question 4 1 / 1 point Diethylstilbestrol should never be used in pregnant women because it is associated with: 1 Development of deep vein thrombosis in the pregnant women ) 2 ) Feminization of the external genitalia of male offspring

3 Infertility and development of vaginal cancer in female ) offspring 4 ) 5 Miscarriages

Virilization of the external genitalia of female offspring ) Question 5 1 / 1 point The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids. 1 Cushings ) syndrome 2 ) 3 ) Addisons disease Parkinsons disease

4 Lou Gehrigs ) disease 1/1 point One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: 1 Danazol ) Question 6 ) 2 Dronabi nol

3 Nandrolo ) ne 4 Stanozolo ) l 1/1 point Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? 1 Cholestatic jaundice and elevation of AST levels in the blood in adult ) men Question 7 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Growth of facial hair in women Increased milk production in nursing women Increased muscle bulk

5 Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys ) Question 8 1 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: 1 Dilutional hyponatremia ) 2 ) ) ) 5 ) Hypoglycemia

3 Increased bleeding tendency 4 Pancreatitis Severe hypertension

1/1 point Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: 1 Testicular hyperfunction ) Question 9 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) ) Pituitary dwarfism Breast carcinoma Mild anemia

5 Burn treatment (anabolic effects). 1/1 point

Question 10 Androgens are used to: 1 Increase serum LDL )

2 ) 3 )

Treat senile osteoporosis Help with impotency

4 Help children along in ) growing 1/1 point Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). 1 They are gonadotropins present in urine ) Question 11 2 ) 3 ) ) They have LH and FSH activity They produce ovulation

4 They cause secretion of milk from breast

5 None of the above ) Question 12 1 / 1 point The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed. 1 Semilente ) 2 ) 3 ) ) Isophane Regular

4 Combination insulin

1/1 point Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? 1 Clomiphene ) Question 13 2 Ethinyl ) estradiol 3 ) 4 ) 5 ) Mestranol Norethindrone Norgestrel

0/1 point The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as: 1 LH (Luteinizing hormone) ) Question 14 ) 2 FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone)

3 HCG (Human chorionic ) gonadotropin) 4 ) None of the above 1/1 point

Question 15

Insulin is administered 1 At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. ) 2 ) 3 ) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells.

16 Identify an INCORRECT statement for Raloxifene. 1 It is used to decrease osteoporosis ) 2 ) It increases LDL levels

4 To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. ) Question 1 / 1 point

3 It acts as an estrogen antagonist in breast and ) uterus Question 17 1 / 1 point Which of the following insulins contains protamine? 1 Lispro ) 2 ) Regular

3 Isopha ) ne 4 ) Lente

5 Ultrale ) nte Question 18 1/1 point

Progestins can 1 Decrease the LDL/HDL ) ratio 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Cause weight loss Cause edema Have antidepressive effects

1/1 point The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: Question 19

1 ) 2 )

It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. It is easily absorbed by placenta.

3 It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic ) episodes. It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis. ) Question 20 1 / 1 point The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. 1 Thromboplast ) in 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) 5 ) Prothrombin Thrombin Fibrinogen Fibrin 4

1/1 point Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. 1 Alpha cells ) Question 21 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) ) Beta cells Delta cells F cells

5 All the above

1/1 point All the following endogenous factors stimulate the secretion of insulin from pancreatic islets EXCEPT: 1 Glucose ) Question 22 2 Amino ) acids 3 ) Fatty acids

4 Somatostat ) in 5 ) Glucagon

1/1 point Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: Question 23

1 ) 2 )

Gluconeogenesis Glycolysis

3 Cholesterol ) levels 4 Glucose ) absorption 1/1 point Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: 1 Myocardial ) infarction Question 24 ) ) 4 ) 2 Pulmonary embolism 3 Hemophilia Stroke

1/1 point What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? 1 Raloxifen ) e Question 25 2 ) Estradiol

3 Clomiphe ) ne 4 Tamoxife ) n 1/1 point Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1 Sugar in urine ) Question 26 ) ) ) 2 Loss of nitrogen 3 Lack of thirst 4 Neuropathy

1/1 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation 1 Warfarin ) Question 27 2 ) Alteplase

3 Anistrepla ) se 4 ) Heparin

1/1 point The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule is: 1 2 ) 1 Question 28 2 ) 3 ) 1 0 5 3

1/1 29 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. 1 Streptokinase ) 2 ) Urokinase

4 8 ) 6 Question

3 Tissue-type plasminogen ) activator 4 ) 5 ) All the above None of the above

1/1 point The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. 1 Vitamin ) K Question 30 ) ) ) 2 Vitamin W 3 Vitamin C 4 Vitamin B

1/1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1 Ischemic ) Question 31 2 ) 3 ) Hemorrhagic Both 1 and 2

4 None of the

above

1/1 point Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1 Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. ) Question 32 2 ) 3 ) 4 A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins.

33 The following drug interrupts pregnancy by opposing the effect of progesterone. 1 Mifepristo ) ne 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Raloxifene Prednisone Stanozolol

Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. ) Question 1 / 1 point

1/1 point The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1 It contains sulfated esters of estrone ) Question 34 2 ) 3 ) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma

4 It can increase the incidence of gallbladder ) disease Question 35 0 / 1 point The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 2 Oxandrolone ) 3 Dromostanolone ) propionate 4 ) Stanozolol

5 Nondrolone ) phenpropionate Question 36 1/1 point

Type I diabetes 1 is more frequent among adults )

2 )

is usually the result of obesity

3 is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of ) pancreas has a very strong genetic predisposition ) Question 37 1 / 1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1 Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with ) estrogen 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) 5 Can control uterine bleeding Can be used to postpone menstruation Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis 4

None of the above ) Question 38 1 / 1 point This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. 1 Sulfonylure ) as 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Biguanides Acarbose Metformin

1/1 point Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1 Blood glucose level ) Question 39 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) ) Ketones Oxidation of glucose Fat catabolism

5 Protein conversion to amino acids

1/1 point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: 1 Alteplase ) Question 40 ) 2 Aminocaproic acid

3 ) 4 ) 5 )

Factor VIII Protamine Vitamin K1 1 / 1 point

Question 1 The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. 1 It contains sulfated esters of estrone ) 2 ) 3 ) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma

4 It can increase the incidence of gallbladder ) disease Question 2 0 / 1 point The following anabolic steroid is effective in the treatment of anemia. 1 Testosterone ) 2 ) 4 ) ) Oxandrolone Stanozolol

5 Nondrolone phenpropionate

0/1 point The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects. 2 Hemophilia B ) Question 3 3 Von Willebrand's ) disease 4 ) 5 ) Thrombosis Embolism

0/1 point All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT: 1 Arachidonic acid ) Question 4 2 ) 3 ) ) Prostacyclin Diacylglycerol

4 Inositol trisphosphate

0/1 point Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. 2 Fa ) lse Question 5 Question 0/1 6 point If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: 1 Acute renal failure ) ) ) 3 Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction 4 Hemorrhagic stroke

5 Neutropenia ) Question 7 1 / 1 point Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: 1 Beef ) 2 ) ) ) Pork

3 Chick en 4 Fish

0/1 point Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOT when added to blood outside of the body. 1 Tissue plasminogen ) activator Question 8 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) 5 ) Heparin Tranexamic acid Warfarin Citric acid

1/1 point The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas. 1 Glucagon ) Question 9 2 ) Somatostatin

3 Pancreatic ) polypeptide 4 ) Neuropeptide Y 1/1 point

Question 10

Type I diabetes 1 is more frequent among adults ) 2 ) ) is usually the result of obesity

3 is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas

4 has a very strong genetic predisposition ) Question 11 0 / 1 point Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? 1 Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. ) 2 ) 3 ) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins.

12 Which one of the following statements is TRUE? 1 Diethylstilbestrol enhances fertility by blocking the inhibitory effect of estrogen on the pituitary. ) 2 ) 3 ) 4 Mifepristone (RU 486) is a progesterone receptor antagonist. Dexamethasone has weak anti-inflammatory properties

4 Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. ) Question 1 / 1 point

13 Insulin deficiency may increase all the following EXCEPT: 1 Blood glucose level ) 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) ) Ketones Oxidation of glucose Fat catabolism

Estrogens are mainly excreted unchanged in the urine. ) Question 1 / 1 point

5 Protein conversion to amino acids

0/1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: 1 Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with ) estrogen Question 14 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Can control uterine bleeding Can be used to postpone menstruation Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis

5 None of the above ) Question 15 Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase. 1 Tr ) ue 2 Fa ) lse Question

1 / 1 point

1/1 16 point Which of the following statements is INCORRECT concerning female sex hormones? 1 Progesterone increases the viscous cervical mucus ) ) ) 4 2 Estrogen decreases FSH release and inhibits follicle development 3 Estrogen and Progesterone can be used as oral contraceptives

Progesterone increases LH release ) Question 17 0 / 1 point Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT: 1 To suppress menopausal ) symptoms 2 ) 3 ) 5 ) To treat breast carcinoma Amenorrhea Contraception

0/1 point Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? 1 Ischemic ) Question 18 2 ) Hemorrhagic

4 None of the ) above Question 19

1/1

point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: 1 Alteplase ) ) ) 4 ) 5 ) 2 Aminocaproic acid 3 Factor VIII Protamine Vitamin K1

0/1 point Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. 1 Prostacycli ) n Question 20 3 ) Serotonin

4 Cyclic ) AMP 5 Dipyridam ) ole 1/1 point The following drug interrupts pregnancy by opposing the effect of progesterone. 1 Mifepristo ) ne Question 21 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Raloxifene Prednisone Stanozolol

1/1 point Anemia is characterized by 1 An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells ) Question 22 2 ) 3 ) A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells

23 The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors.

4 An increase in folic acid ) Question 1 / 1 point

1 ) 2 ) 3 )

Aspirin Heparin Warfarin

4 Vitamin ) K 1/1 point Progestins are used for contraception for all the following periods EXCEPT: 1 Three days (in morning after ) pill) Question 24 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Three months Daily (mini-pill) Five years

1/1 point Which one of the following insulin preparations is an intermediate acting (acting for about 15 hr)? 1 Humalog ) Question 25 2 Regular ) Humulin 3 Ultralente ) insulin 4 Isophane ) insulin 1/1 point Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? 1 Glucose intolerance ) Question 26 2 ) ) ) 5 ) Depression

3 Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4 Loss of appetite Chloasma

0/1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. Question 27 In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is:

1 Crystalline zinc ) insulin 2 ) 4 ) 5 ) Glyburide Tolbutamide Ultralente insulin

1/1 point Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. 1 5-alpha reductace/ ) Finasteride Question 28 ) ) ) 2 Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol 3 Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam 4 None of the above

0/1 point The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. 2 Heparin ) Question 29 3 ) 4 ) Aspirin Vitamin K

5 Protamine ) sulfate 1/1 point The following drug is used to promote fertility. 1 Mestranol ) Question 30 2 ) ) ) ) Norgestrel

3 Clomiphen e 4 Estradiol

5 Norethindro ne

0/1 point The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. 1 Prolactin ) Question 31 2 LH

) 4 ) Gonadotropin

5 Gonadotropin releasing hormone ) (GnRH) Question 32 0 / 1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: 1 Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries ) ) ) 2 A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina 3 Ulcers in legs and feet

4 Kidney failure ) Question 33 1 / 1 point Which of the following increase insulin secretion? 1 Vagal stimulation/ Beta-2 adrenergic ) agonists ) ) 2 Alpha-2 adrenergic agonists/ Beta-1 agonists 3 Beta-blockers/ Ca2+ blockers

4 Vagal stimulation/ Beta-1 agonists ) Question 34 0 / 1 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: 1 Gluconeogene ) sis 2 ) 3 ) Glycolysis Glycogenesis

0/1 point Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? 1 Acarbose ) Question 35 2 ) 3 ) ) Colestipol Glipizide

4 Pioglitazo ne 1/1 point

Question 36

One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). 1 Raloxife ) ne 2 ) ) ) Nafcillin

3 Tamoxif en 4 Toremife ne

1/1 point The following drug is derived from a bacterial source. 1 Streptokinase ) Question 37 2 ) 3 ) Alteplase Urokinase

4 Aminocaproic ) acid 1/1 point The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. 1 Rosiglitazone ) (Avantia) Question 38 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) Acarbose (Precose) Sulfonylureas Biguanides

1/1 point Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 1 Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. ) Question 39 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) 5 Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore designated as pregnancy category X.

40 This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. 1 Sulfonylure ) as

Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies. ) Question 1 / 1 point

2 ) 3 ) 4 )

Biguanides Acarbose Metformin

Which of the following is uses for the treatment of bleeding and has hypersensitivity, dyspnea, and flushing as possible adverse effect? Question options: 1 Protamine ) sulfate 2 Aprotinin ) 3 Vitamin K ) 4 Vitamin D ) 1/1 Question 2 point Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options: 1 Raloxifene ) 2 Clomiphene ) 3 Ethinyl ) estradiol 4 Quinestrol ) 1/1 Question 3 point Which of the following mediators does NOT increase platelet aggregation? Question options: 1 Prostacyclin ) 2 Serotonin ) 3 ADP ) 4 Thromboxane ) A2 1/1 Question 4 point This type of insulin is taken once per day because of its long duration of action. Question options: 1 Huma ) log 2 Lant ) us 3 NPH ) 4 Novo ) Log Question 0/1 5 point Which of the following is NOT an adverse effect of progestins? Question options: 1 Edema ) 2 Depression ) 3 Increased ) HDL 1/1 Question 6 point The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. Question options:

1 Vitami ) nK 2 Vitamin ) W 3 Vitamin ) C 4 Vitamin ) B 1/1 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. Question options: 1 Streptokinase ) 2 Urokinase ) 3 Tissue-type plasminogen ) activator 4 All the above ) 5 None of the above ) 1/1 Question 8 point Which type of insulin is considered intermediate acting? Question options: 1 NPH ) (Isophane) 2 Regular ) 3 Ultralente ) 4 Glargine ) 1/1 Question 9 point Which pancreatic cells are responsible for secreting insulin? Question options: 1 Alpha ) cells 2 Beta ) cells 3 Delta ) cells 4 Gamma ) cells 0/1 Question 10 point Oral contraceptives are contraindicated in.... Question options: Patients who have experienced a myocardial 2) infarction Question 7 3) 4) Patients with breast cancer Patients with liver disease

Question 1 / 1 point 11 First generation sulfonylurea that has increased cardiovascular risks Question options: 1 Chlorpropam ) ide 2 NovoLog ) 3 Glimepiride ) 4 Glipizide ) 0/1 Question 12 point This drug used to treat bleeding antagonizes the effects of heparin and may cause all of the following adverse effects EXCEPT:

Question options: 1 Dyspnea ) 2 Flushing ) 3 Bradycard ) ia 4 Hypertens ) ion 1/1 point The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. Question options: Question 13 1) 2) 3) 4) It contains sulfated esters of estrone It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease 1 / 1 point

Question 14 Aspirin works by inhibiting which conversion? Question options: 1 Fibrinogen to fibrin ) 2 ATP to cAMP ) 3 Arachidonic acid to ) prostaglandin H 4 Plasminogen to plasmin ) Question 15

1/1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries ) 2 A decrease in growth of blood vessels in ) retina 3 Ulcers in legs and feet ) 4 Kidney failure ) 1/1 point Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options: 1 Beta-2 channel ) 2 ATP-gated, K+ channel ) 3 Voltage-gated, Na+ ) channel 4 Voltage-gated, Ca2+ ) channel 1/1 Question 17 point To overcome warfarin overdose, which of the following should be administered? Question options: 1 Vitamin B12 ) 2 Folic acid ) 3 Erythropoi ) etin 4 Vitamin K ) Question 18 1/1 Question 16

point Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: Question options: 1 Beef ) 2 Pork ) 3 Chic ) ken 4 Fish ) Question 1/1 19 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Gluconeogene ) sis 2 Glycolysis ) 3 Glycogenesis ) 4 Lipogenesis ) 5 Glucose uptake ) 1/1 Question 20 point Which antiandrogen is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia that inhibits the formation of dihydrotestosterone? Question options: 1 Finasteri ) de 2 Ketoconaz ) ole 3 Flutamide ) 4 Estradiol ) 0/1 Question 21 point Process that generates thrombin: Question options: 1 Embolism ) 3 Transfusion ) 4 Blood ) coagulation 1/1 Question 22 point Which side effect do sulfonylureas, meglitinides, and thiazolidinediones have in common? Question options: 1 Hepatotoxic ) ity 2 GI ) disturbance 3 Hypoglyce ) mia 4 Weight ) gain 5 Nausea ) 1/1 Question 23 point Which of the following is TRUE about sulfonylureas? Question options: 1) 2) 3) They increase serum glucagon levels Decrease the binding of insulin to target tissue Increase the insulin secretion from the beta-cells of the pancreas

4)

They promote desensitization of insulin receptors

Question 1 / 1 point 24 The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. Question options: 1 Rosiglitazone ) (Avantia) 2 Acarbose (Precose) ) 3 Sulfonylureas ) 4 Biguanides ) 1/1 Question 25 point Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options: 1 Raloxifene ) 2 Tamoxifen ) 3 Mifeprist ) one 4 Clomiphen ) e 1/1 Question 26 point Finasteride does the following: Question options: 1 Induces fertility ) 2 Brings hope to hair loss ) victims 3 Prevents breast cancer ) 4 Prevents ovulation ) 1/1 Question 27 point Which drug is used in the diagnosis of Addison's disease? Question options: 1 Corticotropi ) n 2 Hydrocortiso ) ne 3 Spironolacto ) ne 4 Dexamethas ) one 1/1 Question 28 point Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Myocardial ) infarction 2 Pulmonary ) embolism 3 Hemophilia ) 4 Stroke ) 1/1 Question 29 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation Question options: 1 Warfarin ) 2 Alteplase )

3 Anistrepl ) ase 4 Heparin ) 1/1 point What drug is used to treat emergency hyperglycemia? Question options: 1 Acarbose ) 2 Regular ) insulin 3 Ultralent ) insulin 4 Tolbutamid ) e 1/1 Question 31 point Insulin is administered Question options: At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin 1) preparations. Question 30 2) 3) 4) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract.

Question 1 / 1 point 32 A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: Question options: 1 Dilutional hyponatremia ) 2 Hypoglycemia ) 3 Increased bleeding ) tendency 4 Pancreatitis ) 5 Severe hypertension ) 1/1 Question 33 point Adverse effects of insulin include all of the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Hypoglyce ) mia 2 Lipodystro ) phy 3 Tachycardi ) a 4 Anemia ) 1/1 Question 34 point Which cells of pancreas secrete insulin? Question options: 1 Alpha ) 2 Beta ) 3 Alpha and Beta ) 4 Delta ) 5 Both alpha and beta and ) delta

1/1 point Hyperglycemia can possibly result in all of the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Nephropath ) y 2 Ketoalkylo ) sis 3 Amputation ) s 4 Retinopathy ) 1/1 Question 36 point What enzyme converts testosterone to estradiol in females? Question options: 1 Enterokinase ) 2 Aromatase ) 3 Lipoprotein ) lipase 4 DNA helicase ) 0/1 Question 37 point These agents are classified as insulin secretagogues, because they promote insulin release from the Beta cells of the pancreas. Question options: 1 Meglitinide ) analogs 2 Glitazones ) 3 Incretin mimetics ) 4 Sulfonylureas ) 1/1 Question 38 point Which of the following drugs is an indirect GP IIb/IIa receptor blocker that inhibits platelet aggregation? Question options: 1 Aspirin ) 2 Clopidog ) rel 3 Tirofiban ) 4 Altepase ) 1/1 Question 39 point Production of aldosterone is primarily regulated by: Question options: 1 Renin-angiotensin ) system 2 Cortisol negative feeback ) loop 3 Hydrocortisone ) 4 Prednisolone ) 1/1 Question 40 point Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1 Gluconeogenesi ) s 2 Glycolysis ) 3 Cholesterol ) levels Question 35

4 Glucose ) absorption

Quiz 9 Question 1

1 / 1 point

Patient with deep-vein thrombosis is treated with this anticoagulant. This drug is effective and also known to decrease recurrent thromboembolic episodes, however because of its possible adverse effect of causing thrombocytopenia, patient should be admitted in the hospital. Question options:

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<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4716813 NAME= 4 Danapar tAtom6992 ) oid 35_974328 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n2 1/1 point

Which of the following drugs could be used to treat a patient with a bleeding disorder? Question options:

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VALUE=\ 4716772 NAME= tAtom6992 26_974318 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4716773 NAME= 4 tAtom6992 Folic acid ) 26_974318 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n3 1 / 1 point

Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options:

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radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D CHECKE D VALUE=\ 4722498 3 Mifepristo NAME= ) ne tAtom7004 48_976014 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4722499 NAME= 4 Clomiphen tAtom7004 ) e 48_976014 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n4 1 / 1 point

The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as: Question options:

<INPU T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990428 NAME= tAtom2895 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire

1 LH (Luteinizing hormone)

ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990429 NAME= 2 tAtom2895 FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) ) 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D CHECKE D VALUE=\ 2990430 3 HCG (Human chorionic NAME= ) gonadotropin) tAtom2895 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990431 NAME= 4 tAtom2895 None of the above ) 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n5 1 / 1 point

The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. Question options:

<INPU 1 Thromboplas T ) tin DISABLE

D CHECKE D VALUE=\ 2990414 NAME= tAtom2895 1_545340 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990415 NAME= 2 tAtom2895 Prothrombin ) 1_545340 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990416 NAME= 3 tAtom2895 Thrombin ) 1_545340 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 4 Fibrinogen T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990417 NAME= tAtom2895 1_545340 TYPE= radio >

MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990418 NAME= 5 tAtom2895 Fibrin ) 1_545340 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n6 1 / 1 point

This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. Question options:

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DISABLE D CHECKE D VALUE=\ 2990134 NAME= tAtom2891 3_545291 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990135 NAME= 4 tAtom2891 Metformin ) 3_545291 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n7 1 / 1 point

What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord? Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4716798 NAME= 1 tAtom6992 Warfarin ) 32_974325 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T ) DISABLE D CHECKE D 2 Heparin

VALUE=\ 4716799 NAME= tAtom699 232_97432 5 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDir ect <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4716800 NAME= 3 Streptokin tAtom6992 ) ase 32_974325 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4716801 NAME= 4 Ticlopidin tAtom6992 ) e 32_974325 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n8 1 / 1 point

The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. Question options:

<INPU T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990119 NAME= tAtom2891 0_545288

1 Warfarin

TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D CHECKE D VALUE=\ 2990120 2 NAME= Heparin ) tAtom289 10_545288 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDir ect <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990121 NAME= 3 tAtom2891 Aspirin ) 0_545288 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990122 NAME= 4 tAtom2891 Vitamin K ) 0_545288 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 5 Protamine

T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990123 NAME= tAtom2891 ) sulfate 0_545288 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n9 1 / 1 point

Steroid hormones are derived from: Question options:

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MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307952 NAME= tAtom45576 4 4_626346 Proteins ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 10 1 / 1 point

The following drug is inhibited by Finasteride: Question options:

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TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722503 NAME= tAtom70044 4 9_976015 Prednisone ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 11 1 / 1 point

This insulin is more acidic and can NOT be mixed with other forms of insulin in order to preserve efficacy. Question options:

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7_974340 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 4716861 NAME= tAtom69924 4 Glargi 7_974340 ) ne TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 12 1/1 point

One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: Question options:

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2990357 NAME= tAtom28940 _545326 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990358 NAME= tAtom28940 4 Stanozol _545326 ) ol TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 13 1/1 point

Anemia can result from: Question options:

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VALUE=\ 4710204 NAME= tAtom69735 0_972308 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 4710205 NAME= tAtom69735 4 All of the above 0_972308 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 14 1 / 1 point

Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 4722538 NAME= tAtom70045 1 progestin intrauterine 8_976024 ) device TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 4722539 NAME= tAtom70045 8_976024 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec

Progestin implants

t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722540 NAME= tAtom70045 3 8_976024 Vaginal ring ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722541 NAME= tAtom70045 4 8_976024 Transdermal patch ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 15 1 / 1 point

Androgens are produced by which cells: Question options:

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TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307955 NAME= tAtom45576 3 Osteocyte 5_626347 ) s TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307956 NAME= tAtom45576 4 Serotoli 5_626347 ) cells TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 16 1 / 1 point

Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? Question options:

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radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990177 NAME= tAtom28916 3 Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific _545296 ) proteins. TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990178 NAME= tAtom28916 4 _545296 Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 17 1 / 1 point

Which of the following insulin analogs has the fastest onset of action? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720125 NAME= tAtom70009 1 Ultralente 1_975476 ) isnulin TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Insuline DISABLED ) glulisine CHECKED VALUE=\ 4720126 NAME= tAtom70009

1_975476 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720127 NAME= tAtom70009 3 1_975476 NPH insulin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720128 NAME= tAtom70009 4 Insulin 1_975476 ) glargine TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 18 0 / 1 point

A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990384 NAME= tAtom28945 1 Crystalline zinc _545333 ) insulin TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Glyburide DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990385

NAME= tAtom28945 _545333 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990386 NAME= tAtom28945 3 Isophane (NPH) _545333 ) Insulin TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990387 NAME= tAtom28945 4 _545333 Tolbutamide ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990388 NAME= tAtom28945 5 _545333 Ultralente insulin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 19 1 / 1 point

Name the condition defined: One does not have enough red blood cell due to a nutritional deficiency. Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716794 NAME= tAtom69923 1 1_974324 Anorexia ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 4716795 NAME= tAtom69923 2 Anemia 1_974324 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716796 NAME= tAtom69923 3 1_974324 Thrombolytic state ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716797 NAME= tAtom69923 4 There is no name for this 1_974324 ) condition TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 20 1 / 1 point

Which of the following increase insulin secretion? Question options:

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21
Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

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HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990188 NAME= tAtom28918 5 Burn treatment (anabolic _545298 ) effects). TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 22 0 / 1 point

These drugs interfere with the binding of ADP to its receptors on platelets, thus inhibiting GP IIb/IIIa receptors required for platelets to bind to fibrinogen and each other: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710222 NAME= tAtom69735 1 Ticlopidine and 5_972313 ) clopidogrel TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710224 NAME= tAtom69735 3 Clopidogrel and 5_972313 ) abciximab TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 Eptifibatide and tirofiban DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 4710225 NAME= tAtom69735 5_972313 TYPE= radio > MACROBU

TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710226 NAME= tAtom69735 5 Dipyridamole and 5_972313 ) abciximab TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 23 1 / 1 point

Androgens are used to: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990337 NAME= tAtom28938 1 _545323 Increase serum LDL ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990338 NAME= tAtom28938 2 Treat senile osteoporosis _545323 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Help with impotency DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990339 NAME= tAtom28938 _545323 TYPE=

radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990340 NAME= tAtom28938 4 Help children along in _545323 ) growing TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 24 1 / 1 point

In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990275 NAME= tAtom28931 1 _545314 Alteplase ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990276 NAME= tAtom28931 2 Aminocaproic _545314 ) acid TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Factor VIII DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990277 NAME= tAtom28931 _545314

TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990278 NAME= tAtom28931 4 _545314 Protamine ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990279 NAME= tAtom28931 5 Vitamin K1 _545314 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 25 1 / 1 point

Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990109 NAME= tAtom28909 1 Prostacycli _545286 ) n TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Indometha DISABLED ) cin VALUE=\ 2990110 NAME=

tAtom28909 _545286 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990111 NAME= tAtom28909 3 Serotonin _545286 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990112 NAME= tAtom28909 4 Cyclic _545286 ) AMP TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990113 NAME= tAtom28909 5 Dipyridam _545286 ) ole TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 26
Type I diabetes Question options:

1 / 1 point

<INPUT 1 is more frequent among adults DISABLED ) VALUE=\

2990028 NAME= tAtom30002 _545264 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990029 NAME= tAtom30002 2 _545264 is usually the result of obesity ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990030 NAME= tAtom30002 3 is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of _545264 ) pancreas TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990031 NAME= tAtom30002 4 _545264 has a very strong genetic predisposition ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 27 1 / 1 point

Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? Question options:

<INPUT

1 Acarbose

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2990055 NAME= tAtom28899 _545272 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 28 1 / 1 point

Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options:

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DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990307 NAME= tAtom28935 _545319 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 29 1 / 1 point

The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule (both alpha and beta chains) is: Question options:

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t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4652717 NAME= tAtom28903 4 _956906 86 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 30 1/1 point

Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOT when added to blood outside of the body. Question options:

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HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990102 NAME= tAtom28907 4 Warfarin _545284 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990103 NAME= tAtom28907 5 _545284 Citric acid ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 31 1 / 1 point

Which is NOT a therapeutic use of Alteplase? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716778 NAME= tAtom69922 1 Myocardial 8_974320 ) infarctions TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Pulmonary DISABLED ) embolism VALUE=\ 4716779 NAME= tAtom69922 8_974320 TYPE= radio >

MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716780 NAME= tAtom69922 3 Acute ischemic 8_974320 ) stroke TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 4716781 NAME= tAtom69922 4 Deep vein 8_974320 ) thrombosis TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 32 1 / 1 point

Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990062 NAME= tAtom28901 1 Clomiphene _545275 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Ethinyl DISABLED ) estradiol VALUE=\ 2990063 NAME= tAtom28901

_545275 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990064 NAME= tAtom28901 3 _545275 Mestranol ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990065 NAME= tAtom28901 4 Norethindron _545275 ) e TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990066 NAME= tAtom28901 5 _545275 Norgestrel ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 33 1 / 1 point

The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. Question options:

<INPUT 1 Aspirin DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990432 NAME=

tAtom28955 _545344 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990433 NAME= tAtom28955 2 _545344 Heparin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990434 NAME= tAtom28955 3 Warfari _545344 ) n TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED CHECKED VALUE=\ 2990435 NAME= tAtom28955 4 Vitamin _545344 ) K TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 34 1/1 point

Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? Question options:

1) 2) 3)

Glucose intolerance Depression Increase in the size of uterine

fibroids 4) 5) Question 35 Loss of appetite Chloasma 1 / 1 point

Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1 ) 2 ) 3 ) 4 ) 5 ) Question 36

Virilization Salt retention Cholestasis Obstructive jaundice Osteoporosis 1 / 1 point

Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options:

1) 2) 3) 4) Question 37 n

Glucagon Insulin Somatostati Polypeptid eY 0 / 1 point

Which of these are NOT the platelet activation agents? Question options:

1) 2) 3) Question 38

ADP Serotonin Fibrinogen 1/1 point

Elevated levels of intracellular cAMP in intact endothelial cells are associated with: Question options:

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Question 39

Decrease in intracellular Ca2+ Inhibition of platelet activation Synthesizing less prostacyclin A and B, but not C A, B, and C 1 / 1 point

The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. Question options:

1 ) 2 )

Prolactin LH

3 ) 4 )

FSH Gonadotropin

5 Gonadotropin releasing hormone ) (GnRH) Question 40 1 / 1 point

The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: Question options:

1 ) 2 )

It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. It is easily absorbed by placenta.

3 It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic ) episodes. 4 ) It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis.

Quiz 9 Question 1
Anemia is characterized by Question options:

1 / 1 point

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990007 NAME= 1 tAtom3000 An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells ) 0_545259 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990008 NAME= tAtom3000 0_545259 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON 2 A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet ) aggregation

HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990009 CHECKE D NAME= 3 A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells tAtom3000 ) 0_545259 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990010 NAME= 4 tAtom3000 An increase in folic acid ) 0_545259 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n2 1 / 1 point

Which sex hormone is effective when taken orally? Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 3309978 NAME= 1 tAtom4557 Testosterone ) 62_626852 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 2 Estradiol T ) DISABLE

D VALUE=\ 3309979 NAME= tAtom4557 62_626852 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 3309980 NAME= 3 tAtom4557 Progesterone ) 62_626852 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 3309981 CHECKE D NAME= 4 Ethinyl tAtom4557 ) estradiol 62_626852 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n3 1 / 1 point

The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as: Question options:

<INPU 1 LH (Luteinizing hormone) T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990428 NAME= tAtom2895

4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990429 NAME= 2 tAtom2895 FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) ) 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990430 CHECKE D NAME= 3 HCG (Human chorionic tAtom2895 ) gonadotropin) 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990431 NAME= 4 tAtom2895 None of the above ) 4_545343 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n4 1 / 1 point

Oral contraceptives are contraindicated in.... Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4722542 NAME= 1 tAtom7004 Patients with heart disease ) 59_976025 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4722543 NAME= 2 Patients who have experienced a myocardial tAtom7004 ) infarction 59_976025 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4722544 NAME= 3 tAtom7004 Patients with breast cancer ) 59_976025 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4722545 CHECKE D NAME= tAtom7004 4 Patients with liver disease

59_976025 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n5 1 / 1 point

Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990308 NAME= 1 To suppress menopausal tAtom2893 ) symptoms 6_545320 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990309 CHECKE D NAME= 2 To treat breast carcinoma tAtom2893 ) 6_545320 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 3 Amenorrhea T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990310 NAME= tAtom2893 6_545320 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON

HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990311 NAME= 4 tAtom2893 Dysmenorrhea ) 6_545320 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990312 NAME= 5 tAtom2893 Contraception ) 6_545320 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n6 1 / 1 point

Insulin is administered Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990042 CHECKE D NAME= 1 At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin tAtom3000 ) preparations. 5_545269 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 2 Orally to increase calcium concentrations. T ) DISABLE

D VALUE=\ 2990043 NAME= tAtom3000 5_545269 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990044 NAME= 3 tAtom3000 Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. ) 5_545269 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990045 NAME= 4 tAtom3000 To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. ) 5_545269 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n7 1 / 1 point

First generation sulfonylurea that has increased cardiovascular risks Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4720121 CHECKE D NAME= tAtom7000

1 Chlorpropami ) de

90_975475 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4720122 NAME= 2 tAtom7000 NovoLog ) 90_975475 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4720123 NAME= 3 tAtom7000 Glimepiride ) 90_975475 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4720124 NAME= 4 tAtom7000 Glipizide ) 90_975475 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n8 1 / 1 point

Adverse effects of insulin include all of the following EXCEPT:

Question options:

<INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4718485 NAME= 1 Hypoglyce tAtom6999 ) mia 10_975076 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4718486 NAME= 2 Lipodystrop tAtom6999 ) hy 10_975076 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU T DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4718487 NAME= 3 Tachycardi tAtom6999 ) a 10_975076 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPU 4 Anemia T ) DISABLE D VALUE=\ 4718488 CHECKE D NAME= tAtom6999

10_975076 TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Questio n9 1 / 1 point

Aspirin works by inhibiting which conversion? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307861 NAME= tAtom45574 1 5_626324 Fibrinogen to fibrin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307862 NAME= tAtom45574 2 5_626324 ATP to cAMP ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307863 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45574 3 Arachidonic acid to 5_626324 ) prostaglandin H TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 Plasminogen to plasmin DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 3307864

NAME= tAtom45574 5_626324 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 10 0 / 1 point

What is NOT a symptom of hypoglycemia? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720130 NAME= tAtom70009 2 2_975477 Vertigo ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720131 NAME= tAtom70009 3 Confusio 2_975477 ) n TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720132 NAME= tAtom70009 4 Bradycar 2_975477 ) dia TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 11 1/1 point

Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990175 NAME= tAtom28916 1 _545296 Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990176 CHECKED NAME= tAtom28916 2 A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. _545296 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990177 NAME= tAtom28916 3 Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific _545296 ) proteins. TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990178 NAME= tAtom28916 4 _545296 Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 12 1 / 1 point

Which of the following statements is CORRECT? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990399 NAME= tAtom2894 1 Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. 7_545336 ) TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPUT DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990400 NAME= tAtom2894 2 Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. 7_545336 ) TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPUT DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990401 NAME= tAtom2894 3 Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. 7_545336 ) TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPUT 4 Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore DISABLE ) designated as pregnancy category X. D VALUE=\ 2990402 CHECKED NAME= tAtom2894 7_545336 TYPE= radio > MACROB

UTTON HTMLDire ct <INPUT DISABLE D VALUE=\ 2990403 NAME= tAtom2894 5 Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies. 7_545336 ) TYPE= radio > MACROB UTTON HTMLDire ct Question 13 1 / 1 point

The term given for a dislodged blood clot. Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2989931 NAME= tAtom29993 1 Atherosclero _545236 ) sis TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2989932 NAME= tAtom29993 2 _545236 Thrombosis ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Thrombus DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2989933 NAME= tAtom29993 _545236 TYPE=

radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2989934 CHECKED NAME= tAtom29993 4 Embolus _545236 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 14 1 / 1 point

Which of the following insulins contains protamine? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990209 NAME= tAtom28923 1 _545303 Lispro ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990210 NAME= tAtom28923 2 Regula _545303 ) r TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Isopha DISABLED ) ne VALUE=\ 2990211 CHECKED NAME=

tAtom28923 _545303 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990212 NAME= tAtom28923 4 _545303 Lente ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990213 NAME= tAtom28923 5 Ultrale _545303 ) nte TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 15 1/1 point

Aspirin's effects last how many days? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716782 NAME= tAtom69922 1 9_974321 0-1 day ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 2-4 DISABLED ) days VALUE=\ 4716783

NAME= tAtom69922 9_974321 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716784 NAME= tAtom69922 3 4-7 9_974321 ) days TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716785 CHECKED NAME= tAtom69922 4 7-10 9_974321 ) days TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 16 1/1 point

Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990189 CHECKED NAME= tAtom28919 1 Gluconeogene _545299 ) sis TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Glycolysis

DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990190 NAME= tAtom28919 _545299 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990191 NAME= tAtom28919 3 _545299 Glycogenesis ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990192 NAME= tAtom28919 4 _545299 Lipogenesis ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990193 NAME= tAtom28919 5 Glucose _545299 ) uptake TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 17 1 / 1 point

This drug has no effect on plasma insulin. Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716866 NAME= tAtom69924 1 Tolbutam 9_974342 ) ide TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716867 NAME= tAtom69924 2 Metformi 9_974342 ) n TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716868 CHECKED NAME= tAtom69924 3 Miglitol 9_974342 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4716869 NAME= tAtom69924 4 9_974342 Glyburide ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 18 1 / 1 point

Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307885 NAME= tAtom45575 1 1_626330 Beta-2 channel ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307886 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45575 2 ATP-gated, K+ channel 1_626330 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307887 NAME= tAtom45575 3 Voltage-gated, Na+ 1_626330 ) channel TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307888 NAME= tAtom45575 4 Voltage-gated, Ca2+ 1_626330 ) channel TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t 1 / 1 point Question

19
The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990259 NAME= tAtom28929 1 _545311 It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990260 CHECKED NAME= tAtom28929 2 It is easily absorbed by placenta. _545311 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990261 NAME= tAtom28929 3 It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic _545311 ) episodes. TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis. DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990262 NAME= tAtom28929 _545311 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec

t Question 20 1 / 1 point

A 64-year-old woman with a history of Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed with heart failure. Which of the following drugs would be a poor choice in controlling her diabetes? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720158 NAME= tAtom70009 1 8_975484 Sitagliptin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720159 NAME= tAtom70009 2 8_975484 Exenatide ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720160 NAME= tAtom70009 3 8_975484 Glyburide ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 Glipizide DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 4720161 NAME= tAtom70009 8_975484 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON

HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720162 CHECKED NAME= tAtom70009 5 Pioglitazo 8_975484 ) ne TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 21 1 / 1 point

Process that generates thrombin: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710194 NAME= tAtom69734 1 8_972306 Embolism ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710195 NAME= tAtom69734 2 Platelet 8_972306 ) aggregation TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Transfusion DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 4710196 NAME= tAtom69734 8_972306 TYPE= radio >

MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710197 CHECKED NAME= tAtom69734 4 Blood 8_972306 ) coagulation TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 22 1 / 1 point

Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722496 NAME= tAtom70044 1 8_976014 Raloxifene ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722497 NAME= tAtom70044 2 8_976014 Tamoxifen ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Mifepristo DISABLED ) ne VALUE=\ 4722498 CHECKED NAME= tAtom70044

8_976014 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4722499 NAME= tAtom70044 4 Clomiphen 8_976014 ) e TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 23 1 / 1 point

The ability to reduce insulin resistnce is associated whith which one of the following classes of hypoglycemic agents? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720149 NAME= tAtom70009 1 6_975482 Meglitinides ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720150 NAME= tAtom70009 2 6_975482 Sulfonylureas ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 -Glucosidase DISABLED ) inhibitors VALUE=\ 4720151 NAME=

tAtom70009 6_975482 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720152 CHECKED NAME= tAtom70009 4 Thiazolidineediones 6_975482 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4720153 NAME= tAtom70009 5 Gastrointestinal 6_975482 ) hormones TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 24 0 / 1 point

This drug used to treat bleeding antagonizes the effects of heparin and may cause all of the following adverse effects EXCEPT: Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710218 NAME= tAtom69735 2 4_972312 Flushing ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 3 Bradycardia DISABLED ) VALUE=\

4710219 NAME= tAtom69735 4_972312 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710220 NAME= tAtom69735 4 4_972312 Hypertension ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4710221 NAME= tAtom69735 5 This drug causes all of the above 4_972312 ) effects TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 25 1 / 1 point

Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307901 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45575 1 Glucagon 3_626334 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 2 Insulin

DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307902 NAME= tAtom45575 3_626334 ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307903 NAME= tAtom45575 3 3_626334 Somatostatin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307904 NAME= tAtom45575 4 None of the 3_626334 ) above TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 26 1 / 1 point

Which of the following is TRUE about sulfonylureas? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3309966 NAME= tAtom45575 1 8_626849 They increase serum glucagon levels ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3309967 NAME= tAtom45575 2 8_626849 Decrease the binding of insulin to target tissue ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3309968 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45575 3 Increase the insulin secretion from the beta-cells of the 8_626849 ) pancreas TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3309969 NAME= tAtom45575 4 8_626849 They promote desensitization of insulin receptors ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 27 1 / 1 point

Heparin works as an anticoagulant by: Question options:

<INPUT 1 Directly inhibiting thrombin DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 3307873 NAME= tAtom45574 8_626327 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON

HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307874 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45574 2 Activating antithrombin 8_626327 ) (ATIII) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307875 NAME= tAtom45574 3 8_626327 Inactivating Vitamin K ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307876 NAME= tAtom45574 4 8_626327 Inhibiting plasminogen ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 28 1 / 1 point

Which of the following terms best describes insulin? Question options:

<INPUT 1 Peptide DISABLED ) hormone VALUE=\ 3307913 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45575 6_626337 TYPE=

radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307914 NAME= tAtom45575 2 Steroid 6_626337 ) hormone TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307915 NAME= tAtom45575 3 Thyroid 6_626337 ) hormone TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307916 NAME= tAtom45575 4 6_626337 Not a hormone ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 29 1 / 1 point

In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: Question options:

<INPUT 1 Alteplase DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990275 NAME= tAtom28931 _545314

TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990276 NAME= tAtom28931 2 Aminocaproic _545314 ) acid TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990277 NAME= tAtom28931 3 _545314 Factor VIII ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990278 NAME= tAtom28931 4 _545314 Protamine ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 5 Vitamin K1 DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 2990279 CHECKED NAME= tAtom28931 _545314 TYPE= radio >

MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 30 1 / 1 point

The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990432 NAME= tAtom28955 1 _545344 Aspirin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990433 NAME= tAtom28955 2 _545344 Heparin ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 2990434 NAME= tAtom28955 3 Warfari _545344 ) n TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 Vitamin DISABLED ) K VALUE=\ 2990435 CHECKED NAME= tAtom28955 _545344

TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 31 1/1 point

Which antiandrogen is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia that inhibits the formation of dihydrotestosterone? Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307945 CHECKED NAME= tAtom45576 1 Finasterid 3_626345 ) e TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307946 NAME= tAtom45576 2 Ketoconaz 3_626345 ) ole TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 3307947 NAME= tAtom45576 3 3_626345 Flutamide ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 Estradiol DISABLED ) VALUE=\ 3307948 NAME=

tAtom45576 3_626345 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 32 1 / 1 point

An important effect of insulin is Question options:

<INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4718489 NAME= tAtom69991 1 1_975077 To increase gluconeogenesis ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4718490 CHECKED NAME= tAtom69991 2 To increase glucose transport to 1_975077 ) cells TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT DISABLED VALUE=\ 4718491 NAME= tAtom69991 3 1_975077 Ensure the weight gain of the patient ) TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t <INPUT 4 To decrease glucose transport to DISABLED ) cells VALUE=\

4718492 NAME= tAtom69991 1_975077 TYPE= radio > MACROBU TTON HTMLDirec t Question 33 1 / 1 point

Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options:

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Whcih of the following is NOT TRUE regarding a thrombus? Question options:

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Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options:

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Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

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Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. Question options:

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Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options:

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The cells responsible for the secretion of glucagon in the pancreas are the: Question options:

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Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

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Quiz 9 Question 1
Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Streptokinase 2) Urokinase 3) Tissue-type plasminogen activator 4) All the above 5) None of the above Question 2 0 / 1 point
Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? Question options:

2) Growth of facial hair in women 3) Increased milk production in nursing women 4) Increased muscle bulk 5) Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys Question 3 1 / 1 point
Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. Question options:

1) Alpha cells 2) Beta cells 3) Delta cells 4) F cells 5) All the above Question 4 1 / 1 point

Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options:

1) Glucagon 2) Insulin 3) Somatostatin 4) Polypeptide Y Question 5 1 / 1 point


Name the condition defined: One does not have enough red blood cell due to a nutritional deficiency. Question options:

1) Anorexia 2) Anemia 3) Thrombolytic state 4) There is no name for this condition Question 6 1 / 1 point
What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord? Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Streptokinase 4) Ticlopidine Question 7 1 / 1 point


Which drug is used in the diagnosis of Addison's disease? Question options:

1) Corticotropin 2) Hydrocortisone 3) Spironolactone 4) Dexamethasone Question 8 1 / 1 point


Which of the following insulin analogs has the fastest onset of action? Question options:

1) Ultralente isnulin 2) Insuline glulisine 3) NPH insulin 4) Insulin glargine Question 9 1 / 1 point
These pancreatic endocrine cells release somatostatin which blocks the release of both insulin and glucagon. Question options:

1) Gamma cells 2) Delta cells 3) Alpha cells 4) Beta cells Question 10 1 / 1 point
Which is NOT a therapeutic use of Alteplase? Question options:

1) Myocardial infarctions 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Acute ischemic stroke 4) Deep vein thrombosis Question 11 1 / 1 point
Which one of the following insulin preparations is an intermediate acting (acting for about 15 hr)? Question options:

1) Humalog 2) Regular Humulin

3) Ultralente insulin 4) Isophane insulin Question 12 1 / 1 point


Identify an INCORRECT statement for Raloxifene. Question options:

1) It is used to decrease osteoporosis 2) It increases LDL levels 3) It acts as an estrogen antagonist in breast and uterus Question 13 0 / 1 point
All the following endogenous factors stimulate the secretion of insulin from pancreatic islets EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Glucose 2) Amino acids 3) Fatty acids 4) Somatostatin Question 14 1 / 1 point


Elevated levels of intracellular cAMP in intact endothelial cells are associated with: Question options:

1) Decrease in intracellular Ca2+ 2) Inhibition of platelet activation 3) Synthesizing less prostacyclin 4) A and B, but not C 5) A, B, and C Question 15 1 / 1 point
Type I diabetes Question options:

1) is more frequent among adults 2) is usually the result of obesity 3) is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas 4) has a very strong genetic predisposition Question 16 1 / 1 point
Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years? Question options:

1) progestin intrauterine device 2) Progestin

implants

3) Vaginal ring 4) Transdermal patch Question 17 1 / 1 point


Which of the following is NOT a function of blood? Question options:

1) Transporting oxygen to the heart and vital organs 2) Regulating body temperature 3) Regulates magnesium 4) Defends against pathogens Question 18 0 / 1 point
The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. Question options:

1) Prolactin 3) FSH 4) Gonadotropin 5) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) Question 19 1 / 1 point


Which of the following drugs could be used to treat a patient with a bleeding disorder? Question options:

1) Aminocaproic acid

2) Aprotonin 3) Heparin 4) Folic acid Question 20 1 / 1 point


A 50-year-old woman has just been diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic and given a prescription for metformin. Which of the following statements is characteristic of this medication? Question options:

1) Hypoglycemia is a common adverse effect 2) Metformin undergoes metabolism to an active compound 3) Many drug-drug interactions have been identified 4) It decreases hepatic glucose production 5) The patient often gains weight Question 21 1 / 1 point
Which of the following mediators does NOT increase platelet aggregation? Question options:

1) Prostacyclin 2) Serotonin 3) ADP 4) Thromboxane A2 Question 22 0 / 1 point


Martha has type 2 diabetes with a history of alcoholism. Which drug should NOT be prescribed due to the increase risk of lactic acidosis? Question options:

1) Metformin 2) Glipizide 4) Glimepiride Question 23 1 / 1 point


The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin. Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Aspirin 4) Vitamin K 5) Protamine sulfate Question 24 1 / 1 point


One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: Question options:

1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol Question 25 1 / 1 point


Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. Question options:

1) True 2) False Question 26 1 / 1 point


Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). Question options:

1) They are gonadotropins present in urine 2) They have LH and FSH activity 3) They produce ovulation 4) They cause secretion of milk from breast 5) None of the above Question 27 1 / 1 point
This thrombolytic agents has very low antigenicity, very high fibrin specificity, and half-life of less than 10 minutes. Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Streptokinase 3) Cyanocobalamin 4) Alteplase Question 28 1 / 1 point


The following drug is used to promote fertility. Question options:

1) Mestranol 2) Norgestrel 3) Clomiphene 4) Estradiol 5) Norethindrone Question 29 1 / 1 point


Hyperglycemia can possibly result in all of the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Nephropathy 2) Ketoalkylosis 3) Amputations 4) Retinopathy Question 30 1 / 1 point


A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: Question options:

1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) Hypoglycemia 3) Increased bleeding tendency 4) Pancreatitis 5) Severe hypertension Question 31 1 / 1 point
Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase. Question options:

1) True 2) False Question 32 1 / 1 point


Anemia can result from: Question options:

1) Dietary deficiencies 2) Genetic causes 3) Drug therapy 4) All of the above Question 33 1 / 1 point
Production of aldosterone is primarily regulated by: Question options:

1) Renin-angiotensin system 2) Cortisol negative feeback loop 3) Hydrocortisone 4) Prednisolone Question 34 1 / 1 point
One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). Question options:

1) Raloxifene 2) Nafcillin 3) Tamoxifen 4) Toremifene

Question 35 1 / 1 point
Which one of the following statements is TRUE? Question options:

1) Diethylstilbestrol enhances fertility by blocking the inhibitory effect of estrogen on the pituitary. 2) Mifepristone (RU 486) is a progesterone receptor antagonist. 3) Dexamethasone has weak anti-inflammatory properties 4) Estrogens are mainly excreted unchanged in the urine. Question 36 1 / 1 point
Which of the following is NOT a cause of deficiency of cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)? Question options:

1) Low dietary levels 2) Poor absorption due to failure of gastric parietal cells to produce intrinsic factor 3) Loss of activity of the receptor needed for intestinal uptake of the vitamin 4) Coadministration with folate Question 37 0 / 1 point
Which one of the following drugs has the longest IV half-life? Question options:

1) Heparin 3) Warfarin 4) Alteplase


i cant really find this answer.. but its seems to be warfarin fromgoogle searches

Question 38
The following drug is inhibited by Finasteride: Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Testosterone 2) Clomiphene 3) Tamoxifen 4) Prednisone Question 39 1 / 1 point


Which of the following statements is INCORRECT concerning female sex hormones? Question options:

1) Progesterone increases the viscous cervical mucus 2) Estrogen decreases FSH release and inhibits follicle development 3) Estrogen and Progesterone can be used as oral contraceptives 4) Progesterone increases LH release Question 40 1 / 1 point
The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. Question options:

1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma 3) It can promote breast cancer carcinoma 4) It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease

Which of the following is uses for the treatment of bleeding and has hypersensitivity, dyspnea, and flushing as possible adverse effect? Question options: 1) Protamine sulfate 2) Aprotinin 3) Vitamin K 4) Vitamin D 1/1 point Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options: Question 2

1) Raloxifene 2) Clomiphene 3) Ethinyl estradiol 4) Quinestrol 1/1 point Which of the following mediators does NOT increase platelet aggregation? Question options: Question 3 1) Prostacyclin 2) Serotonin 3) ADP 4) Thromboxane A2 1/1 point This type of insulin is taken once per day because of its long duration of action. Question options: Question 4 1) Humalog 2) Lantus 3) NPH 4) NovoLog 0/1 point Which of the following is NOT an adverse effect of progestins? Question options: Question 5 1) Edema 2) Depression 3) Increased HDL

1/1 point The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. Question options: Question 6 1) Vitamin K 2) Vitamin W 3) Vitamin C 4) Vitamin B 1/1 point Plasmin can be produced from plasminogen by the following enzymes during fibrinolytic process. Question options: Question 7 1) Streptokinase 2) Urokinase 3) Tissue-type plasminogen activator

4) All the above 5) None of the above 1/1 point Which type of insulin is considered intermediate acting? Question options: NPH 1) (Isophane) Question 8 2) Regular

3) Ultralente 4) Glargine 1/1 point Which pancreatic cells are responsible for secreting insulin? Question options: Question 9 1) Alpha cells 2) Beta cells 3) Delta cells 4) Gamma cells 0/1 point Oral contraceptives are contraindicated in.... Question options: Question 10 2) 3) 4) Patients who have experienced a myocardial infarction Patients with breast cancer Patients with liver disease

Question 11 1 / 1 point First generation sulfonylurea that has increased cardiovascular risks Question options: Chlorpropamid 1) e 2) NovoLog 3) Glimepiride 4) Glipizide 0/1 point This drug used to treat bleeding antagonizes the effects of heparin and may cause all of the following adverse effects EXCEPT: Question options: Question 12 1) Dyspnea 2) Flushing 3) Bradycardia 4) Hypertensio n

1/1 point The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. Question options: Question 13 1) 2) 3) 4) It contains sulfated esters of estrone It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma It can promote breast cancer carcinoma It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease 1 / 1 point

Question 14 Aspirin works by inhibiting which conversion? Question options: 1) Fibrinogen to fibrin 2) ATP to cAMP 3) Arachidonic acid to prostaglandin H

4) Plasminogen to plasmin 1/1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options: Question 15

1) Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries 2) A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina

3) Ulcers in legs and feet 4) Kidney failure 1/1 point Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options: Question 16 1) Beta-2 channel 2) ATP-gated, K+ channel 3) Voltage-gated, Na+ channel 4) Voltage-gated, Ca2+ channel 1/1 point To overcome warfarin overdose, which of the following should be administered? Question options: Question 17 1) Vitamin B12 2) Folic acid 3) Erythropoietin 4) Vitamin K 1/1 point Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from: Question options: Question 18 1) Beef 2) Pork 3) Chicken 4) Fish 1/1 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: Question options: Question 19 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis 3) Glycogenesis 4) Lipogenesis 5) Glucose uptake 1/1 point Which antiandrogen is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia that inhibits the formation of dihydrotestosterone? Question options: Question 20 1) Finasteride 2) Ketoconazole 3) Flutamide 4) Estradiol 0/1 point Process that generates thrombin: Question options: Question 21 1) Embolism

3) Transfusion 4) Blood coagulation 1/1 point Which side effect do sulfonylureas, meglitinides, and thiazolidinediones have in common? Question options: Question 22 1) Hepatotoxicity 2) GI disturbance

3) Hypoglycemia 4) Weight gain 5) Nausea 1/1 point Which of the following is TRUE about sulfonylureas? Question options: Question 23 1) 2) 3) 4) They increase serum glucagon levels Decrease the binding of insulin to target tissue Increase the insulin secretion from the beta-cells of the pancreas They promote desensitization of insulin receptors

Question 24 1 / 1 point The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. Question options: Rosiglitazone 1) (Avantia) 2) Acarbose (Precose) 3) Sulfonylureas 4) Biguanides 1/1 point Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options: Question 25 1) Raloxifene 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone 4) Clomiphene 1/1 point Finasteride does the following: Question options: Question 26 1) Induces fertility 2) Brings hope to hair loss victims

3) Prevents breast cancer 4) Prevents ovulation 1/1 point Which drug is used in the diagnosis of Addison's disease? Question options: Question 27 1) Corticotropin 2) Hydrocortisone 3) Spironolactone

4)

Dexamethason e

1/1 point Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options: Question 28 1) Myocardial infarction 2) Pulmonary embolism

3) Hemophilia 4) Stroke 1/1 point The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation Question options: Question 29 1) Warfarin 2) Alteplase 3) Anistreplase 4) Heparin 1/1 point What drug is used to treat emergency hyperglycemia? Question options: Question 30 1) Acarbose 2) Regular insulin

3) Ultralent insulin 4) Tolbutamide Question 31 Insulin is administered Question options: 1) 2) 3) 4) 1/1 point

At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. Orally to increase calcium concentrations. Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract.

Question 32 1 / 1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: Question options: 1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) Hypoglycemia 3) Increased bleeding tendency

4) Pancreatitis 5) Severe hypertension 1/1 point Adverse effects of insulin include all of the following EXCEPT: Question options: Question 33 1) Hypoglycemia 2) Lipodystrophy 3) Tachycardia

4) Anemia 1/1 point Which cells of pancreas secrete insulin? Question options: Question 34 1) Alpha 2) Beta 3) Alpha and Beta 4) Delta 5) Both alpha and beta and delta

1/1 point Hyperglycemia can possibly result in all of the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options: Question 35 1) Nephropathy 2) Ketoalkylosis 3) Amputations 4) Retinopathy 1/1 point What enzyme converts testosterone to estradiol in females? Question options: Question 36 1) Enterokinase 2) Aromatase 3) Lipoprotein lipase 4) DNA helicase 0/1 point These agents are classified as insulin secretagogues, because they promote insulin release from the Beta cells of the pancreas. Question options: Question 37 2) Glitazones 3) Incretin mimetics

4) Sulfonylureas 1/1 point Which of the following drugs is an indirect GP IIb/IIa receptor blocker that inhibits platelet aggregation? Question options: Question 38 1) Aspirin 2) Clopidogre l

3) Tirofiban 4) Altepase 1/1 point Production of aldosterone is primarily regulated by: Question options: Question 39 1) Renin-angiotensin system 2) Cortisol negative feeback loop

3) Hydrocortisone 4) Prednisolone Question 40 1/1 point

Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis 3) Cholesterol levels 4) Glucose absorption

Question 1
Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Raloxifene 2) Clomiphene 3) Ethinyl estradiol 4) Quinestrol Question 2 1 / 1 point


The following is NOT a thrombotic disorder: Question options:

1) Acute myocardial infarction 2) Sickle-cell disease 3) Acute ischemic stroke 4) Pulmonary embolism Question 3 1 / 1 point
What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord? Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Streptokinase 4) Ticlopidine Question 4 1 / 1 point


This thrombolytic agents has very low antigenicity, very high fibrin specificity, and half-life of less than 10 minutes. Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Streptokinase 3) Cyanocobalamin 4) Alteplase Question 5 1 / 1 point


This type of insulin is taken once per day because of its long duration of action. Question options:

1) Humalog 2) Lantus 3) NPH 4) NovoLog Question 6 1 / 1 point


Which is NOT a therapeutic use of Alteplase? Question options:

1) Myocardial infarctions 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Acute ischemic stroke 4) Deep vein thrombosis Question 7 1 / 1 point
What is considered the natural progestin? Question options:

1) Progesterone 2) Desogestrel

3) Medroxyprogesterone 4) Norgestrel Question 8 1 / 1 point


The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. Question options:

1) Rosiglitazone (Avantia) 2) Acarbose (Precose) 3) Sulfonylureas 4) Biguanides Question 9 1 / 1 point


Which of the following drugs is an indirect GP IIb/IIa receptor blocker that inhibits platelet aggregation? Question options:

1) Aspirin 2) Clopidogrel 3) Tirofiban 4) Altepase Question 10 1 / 1 point


Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Sugar in urine 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy Question 11 1 / 1 point


Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? Question options:

1) Ischemic 2) Hemorrhagic 3) Both 1 and 2 4) None of the above Question 12 1 / 1 point


Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? Question options:

1) Clomiphene 2) Ethinyl estradiol 3) Mestranol 4) Norethindrone 5) Norgestrel Question 13 1 / 1 point


Anemia can result from: Question options:

1) Dietary deficiencies 2) Genetic causes 3) Drug therapy 4) All of the above Question 14 1 / 1 point
Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. Question options:

1) True 2) False Question 15 1 / 1 point


Process that generates thrombin: Question options:

1) Embolism 2) Platelet aggregation

3) Transfusion 4) Blood coagulation Question 16 1 / 1 point


The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. Question options:

1) Prolactin 2) LH 3) FSH 4) Gonadotropin 5) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) Question 17 1 / 1 point


Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. Question options:

1) Alpha cells 2) Beta cells 3) Delta cells 4) F cells 5) All the above Question 18 1 / 1 point
Whcih of the following is NOT TRUE regarding a thrombus? Question options:

1) Activation of the coagulation cascade aids in thrombus formation 2) Activation of the fibrinolytic cascade aids in dissolving a thrombus 3) A thrombus is considered an emboli when attached to and obstructing a vessel 4) Can cause an acute myocardial infarction Question 19 1 / 1 point
The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. Question options:

1) Thromboplastin 2) Prothrombin 3) Thrombin 4) Fibrinogen 5) Fibrin Question 20 1 / 1 point


Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) Pituitary dwarfism 3) Breast carcinoma 4) Mild anemia 5) Burn treatment (anabolic effects). Question 21 1 / 1 point
The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) Alteplase 3) Anistreplase 4) Heparin Question 22 1 / 1 point


Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. Question options:

1) Prostacyclin 2) Indomethacin 3) Serotonin

4) Cyclic AMP 5) Dipyridamole Question 23 1 / 1 point


Which cells of pancreas secrete insulin? Question options:

1) Alpha 2) Beta 3) Alpha and Beta 4) Delta 5) Both alpha and beta and delta Question 24 1 / 1 point
Heparin works as an anticoagulant by: Question options:

1) Directly

inhibiting thrombin

2) Activating ATIII 3) Inactivating Vitamin K 4) Inhibiting plasminogen Question 25 1 / 1 point


Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Gluconeogenesis 2) Glycolysis 3) Glycogenesis 4) Lipogenesis 5) Glucose uptake Question 26 1 / 1 point


The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas. Question options:

1) Glucagon 2) Somatostatin 3) Pancreatic polypeptide 4) Neuropeptide Y Question 27 1 / 1 point


Which of the following terms best describes insulin? Question options:

1) Peptide hormone 2) Steroid hormone 3) Thyroid hormone 4) Not a hormone Question 28 1 / 1 point
Adverse effects of insulin include all of the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Hypoglycemia 2) Lipodystrophy 3) Tachycardia 4) Anemia Question 29 1 / 1 point


The following statement about Premarin is INCORRECT. Question options:

1) It contains sulfated esters of estrone 2) It decreases risk of endometrial carcinoma 3) It can promote breast cancer carcinoma 4) It can increase the incidence of gallbladder disease Question 30 1 / 1 point

A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: Question options:

1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) Hypoglycemia 3) Increased bleeding tendency 4) Pancreatitis 5) Severe hypertension Question 31 1 / 1 point
One of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). Question options:

1) Raloxifene 2) Nafcillin 3) Tamoxifen 4) Toremifene Question 32 1 / 1 point


Anemia is characterized by Question options:

1) An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 2) A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation 3) A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 4) An increase in folic acid Question 33 1 / 1 point
Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). Question options:

1) They are gonadotropins present in urine 2) They have LH and FSH activity 3) They produce ovulation 4) They cause secretion of milk from breast 5) None of the above Question 34 1 / 1 point
If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: Question options:

1) Acute renal failure 2) Development of antiplatelet antibodies 3) Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction 4) Hemorrhagic stroke 5) Neutropenia Question 35 1 / 1 point
The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects. Question options:

1) Hemophilia A 2) Hemophilia B 3) Von Willebrand's disease 4) Thrombosis 5) Embolism Question 36 1 / 1 point


Elevated levels of intracellular cAMP in intact endothelial cells are associated with: Question options:

1) Decrease in intracellular Ca2+ 2) Inhibition of platelet activation 3) Synthesizing less prostacyclin 4) A and B, but not C 5) A, B, and C

Question 37 1 / 1 point
Which of the following is NOT a cause of deficiency of cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)? Question options:

1) Low dietary levels 2) Poor absorption due to failure of gastric parietal cells to produce intrinsic factor 3) Loss of activity of the receptor needed for intestinal uptake of the vitamin 4) Coadministration with folate Question 38 1 / 1 point
Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Myocardial infarction 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Hemophilia 4) Stroke Question 39 1 / 1 point


Finasteride does the following: Question options:

1) Induces fertility 2) Brings hope to hair loss victims 3) Prevents breast cancer 4) Prevents ovulation Question 40 1 / 1 point
These agents are classified as insulin secretagogues, because they promote insulin release from the Beta cells of the pancreas. Question options:

1) Meglitinide analogs 2) Glitazones 3) Incretin mimetics 4) Sulfonylureas

Quiz 9 Question 1 Question options: 1) Warfarin 2) LMWHs 3) Heparin 4) Danaparoid Question 2


Which of the following drugs could be used to treat a patient with a bleeding disorder?

1 / 1 point

Patient with deep-vein thrombosis is treated with this anticoagulant. This drug is effective and also known to decrease recurrent thromboembolic episodes, however because of its possible adverse effect of causing thrombocytopenia, patient should be admitted in the hospital.

1 / 1 point 1) Aminocaproic acid 2) Aprotonin 3) Heparin 4) Folic acid

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Question 3
Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)?

1 / 1 point 1) Raloxifene 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone 4) Clomiphene

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Question 4
The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as:

1 / 1 point 1) LH (Luteinizing hormone)

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2) FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) 3) HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) 4) None of the above Question 5
The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process.

1 / 1 point 1) Thromboplastin 2) Prothrombin 3) Thrombin 4) Fibrinogen 5) Fibrin

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Question 6
This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides.

1 / 1 point 1) Sulfonylureas 2) Biguanides 3) Acarbose 4) Metformin

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Question 7 Question options: 1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Streptokinase 4) Ticlopidine Question 8 Question options: 1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Aspirin 4) Vitamin K 5) Protamine sulfate Question 9
Steroid hormones are derived from:

1 / 1 point

What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord?

1 / 1 point

The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin.

1 / 1 point 1) Carbohydrates 2) Amino acids 3) Cholesterol 4) Proteins

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Question 10
The following drug is inhibited by Finasteride:

1 / 1 point 1) Testosterone 2) Clomiphene 3) Tamoxifen 4) Prednisone

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Question 11
This insulin is more acidic and can NOT be mixed with other forms of insulin in order to preserve efficacy.

1 / 1 point 1) Regular 2) Lispro 3) NPH

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4) Glargine Question 12
One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen:

1 / 1 point 1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol

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Question 13
Anemia can result from:

1 / 1 point 1) Dietary deficiencies 2) Genetic causes 3) Drug therapy 4) All of the above

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Question 14
Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years?

1 / 1 point 1) progestin intrauterine device 2) Progestin implants 3) Vaginal ring 4) Transdermal patch

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Question 15
Androgens are produced by which cells:

1 / 1 point 1) Leydig cells 2) Stem cells 3) Osteocytes 4) Serotoli cells

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Question 16
Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE?

1 / 1 point 1) Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2) A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific 3) proteins. Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood 4) cells. 1 / 1 point 1) Ultralente isnulin 2) Insuline glulisine 3) NPH insulin 4) Insulin glargine

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Question 17 Question options:

Which of the following insulin analogs has the fastest onset of action?

Question 18 Question options: 1) Crystalline zinc insulin 2) Glyburide 4) Tolbutamide 5) Ultralente insulin

0 / 1 point

A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is:

Question 19
Name the condition defined: One does not have enough red blood cell due to a nutritional deficiency.

1 / 1 point 1) Anorexia 2) Anemia 3) Thrombolytic state 4) There is no name for this condition

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Question 20
Which of the following increase insulin secretion? Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Vagal stimulation/ Beta-2 adrenergic agonists 2) Alpha-2 adrenergic agonists/ Beta-1 agonists 3) Beta-blockers/ Ca2+ blockers 4) Vagal stimulation/ Beta-1 agonists 1 / 1 point 1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) Pituitary dwarfism 3) Breast carcinoma 4) Mild anemia 5) Burn treatment (anabolic effects).

Question 21

Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

Question 22 1) Ticlopidine and clopidogrel 2) Ticlopidine and aspirin 3) Clopidogrel and abciximab 4) Eptifibatide and tirofiban 5) Dipyridamole and abciximab Question 23
Androgens are used to: Question options:

0 / 1 point

These drugs interfere with the binding of ADP to its receptors on platelets, thus inhibiting GP IIb/IIIa receptors required for platelets to bind to fibrinogen and each other: Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Increase serum LDL 2) Treat senile osteoporosis 3) Help with impotency 4) Help children along in growing

Question 24 1) Alteplase 2) Aminocaproic acid 3) Factor VIII 4) Protamine 5) Vitamin K1 Question 25


Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. Question options:

1 / 1 point

In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with: Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Prostacyclin 2) Indomethacin 3) Serotonin 4) Cyclic AMP 5) Dipyridamole

Question 26
Type I diabetes Question options:

1 / 1 point

Question 27

1) is more frequent among adults 2) is usually the result of obesity 3) is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas 4) has a very strong genetic predisposition 1 / 1 point 1) Acarbose 2) Colestipol 3) Glipizide 4) Pioglitazone 5) Repaglinide

Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? Question options:

Question 28
Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Sugar in urine 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy

Question 29
The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule (both alpha and beta chains) is: Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) 21 2) 30 3) 51 4) 86

Question 30 1) Tissue plasminogen activator 2) Heparin 3) Tranexamic acid 4) Warfarin 5) Citric acid Question 31
Which is NOT a therapeutic use of Alteplase? Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOT when added to blood outside of the body. Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Myocardial infarctions 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Acute ischemic stroke 4) Deep vein thrombosis

Question 32
Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives? Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Clomiphene 2) Ethinyl estradiol 3) Mestranol 4) Norethindrone 5) Norgestrel

Question 33
The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Aspirin 2) Heparin 3) Warfarin 4) Vitamin K

Question 34 1) Glucose intolerance 2) Depression 3) Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4) Loss of appetite 5) Chloasma Question 35
Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1 / 1 point

Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Virilization 2) Salt retention 3) Cholestasis 4) Obstructive jaundice 5) Osteoporosis

Question 36
Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Glucagon 2) Insulin 3) Somatostatin 4) Polypeptide Y

Question 37
Which of these are NOT the platelet activation agents? Question options:

0 / 1 point 1) ADP 2) Serotonin 3) Fibrinogen

Question 38
Elevated levels of intracellular cAMP in intact endothelial cells are associated with: Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) Decrease in intracellular Ca2+ 2) Inhibition of platelet activation 3) Synthesizing less prostacyclin 4) A and B, but not C 5) A, B, and C

Question 39 1) Prolactin 2) LH 3) FSH 4) Gonadotropin 5) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) Question 40


The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: Question options:

1 / 1 point

The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent. Question options:

1 / 1 point 1) It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. 2) It is easily absorbed by placenta. 3) It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic episodes. 4) It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis.

Patient with deep-vein thrombosis is treated with this anticoagulant. This drug is effective and also known to decrease recurrent thromboembolic episodes, however because of its possible adverse effect of causing thrombocytopenia, patient should be admitted in the hospital. Question options:

1) Warfarin 2) LMWHs 3) Heparin 4) Danaparoid Question 2


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which of the following drugs could be used to treat a patient with a bleeding disorder?

1) Aminocaproic acid 2) Aprotonin 3) Heparin 4) Folic acid Question 3


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)?

1) Raloxifene 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone 4) Clomiphene Question 4


Question options:

1 / 1 point

The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as:

1) LH (Luteinizing hormone) 2) FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) 3) HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) 4) None of the above Question 5
Question options:

1 / 1 point

The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process.

1) Thromboplastin 2) Prothrombin 3) Thrombin 4) Fibrinogen 5) Fibrin Question 6


Question options:

1 / 1 point

This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides.

1) Sulfonylureas 2) Biguanides

3) Acarbose 4) Metformin Question 7


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1 / 1 point

What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord?

1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Streptokinase 4) Ticlopidine Question 8


Question options:

1 / 1 point

The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin.

1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Aspirin 4) Vitamin K 5) Protamine sulfate Question 9


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Steroid hormones are derived from:

1) Carbohydrates 2) Amino acids 3) Cholesterol 4) Proteins Question 10


Question options:

1 / 1 point

The following drug is inhibited by Finasteride:

1) Testosterone 2) Clomiphene 3) Tamoxifen 4) Prednisone Question 11


Question options:

1 / 1 point

This insulin is more acidic and can NOT be mixed with other forms of insulin in order to preserve efficacy.

1) Regular 2) Lispro 3) NPH 4) Glargine Question 12 1 / 1 point


One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: Question options:

1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol Question 13


Anemia can result from: Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Dietary deficiencies 2) Genetic causes 3) Drug therapy 4) All of the above Question 14
Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years?

1) progestin intrauterine device 2) Progestin implants 3) Vaginal ring 4) Transdermal patch Question 15
Androgens are produced by which cells: Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Leydig cells 2) Stem cells 3) Osteocytes 4) Serotoli cells Question 16


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE?

1) 2) 3) 4)

Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins.

Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 17 1 / 1 point
Which of the following insulin analogs has the fastest onset of action? Question options:

1) Ultralente isnulin 2) Insuline glulisine 3) NPH insulin 4) Insulin glargine

Question 18

0 / 1 point

A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. In order to achieve rapid control of the severe ketoacidosis in this diabetic boy, the appropriate antidiabetic agent to use is: Question options:

1) Crystalline zinc insulin 2) Glyburide 3) Isophane (NPH) Insulin 4) Tolbutamide 5) Ultralente insulin Question 19 1 / 1 point

Name the condition defined: One does not have enough red blood cell due to a nutritional deficiency. Question options:

1) Anorexia 2) Anemia 3) Thrombolytic state 4) There is no name for this condition Question 20
Which of the following increase insulin secretion? Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) 2) 3) 4)

Vagal stimulation/ Beta-2 adrenergic agonists Alpha-2 adrenergic agonists/ Beta-1 agonists Beta-blockers/ Ca2+ blockers Vagal stimulation/ Beta-1 agonists

Question 21 1 / 1 point
Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: Question options:

1) Testicular hyperfunction 2) Pituitary dwarfism 3) Breast carcinoma 4) Mild anemia 5) Burn treatment (anabolic effects). Question 22
Question options:

0 / 1 point

These drugs interfere with the binding of ADP to its receptors on platelets, thus inhibiting GP IIb/IIIa receptors required for platelets to bind to fibrinogen and each other:

1) Ticlopidine and clopidogrel 2) Ticlopidine and aspirin 3) Clopidogrel and abciximab 4) Eptifibatide and tirofiban

5) Dipyridamole and abciximab Question 23


Androgens are used to: Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Increase serum LDL 2) Treat senile osteoporosis 3) Help with impotency 4) Help children along in growing Question 24
Question options:

1 / 1 point

In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with:

1) Alteplase 2) Aminocaproic acid 3) Factor VIII 4) Protamine 5) Vitamin K1 Question 25


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation.

1) Prostacyclin 2) Indomethacin 3) Serotonin 4) Cyclic AMP 5) Dipyridamole Question 26


Type I diabetes Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) 2) 3) 4)

is more frequent among adults is usually the result of obesity is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas has a very strong genetic predisposition

Question 27 1 / 1 point
Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates? Question options:

1) Acarbose 2) Colestipol 3) Glipizide 4) Pioglitazone 5) Repaglinide Question 28 1 / 1 point


Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT:

Question options:

1) Sugar in urine 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy Question 29


Question options:

1 / 1 point

The number of amino acids in an insulin molecule (both alpha and beta chains) is:

1) 2) 3) 4)

21 30 51 86

Question 30 1 / 1 point
Which of the following agents is an effective anticoagulant when given to a patient, but NOT when added to blood outside of the body. Question options:

1) Tissue plasminogen activator 2) Heparin 3) Tranexamic acid 4) Warfarin 5) Citric acid Question 31
Which is NOT a therapeutic use of Alteplase? Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) Myocardial infarctions 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Acute ischemic stroke 4) Deep vein thrombosis Question 32
Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives?

1) Clomiphene 2) Ethinyl estradiol 3) Mestranol 4) Norethindrone 5) Norgestrel Question 33


Question options:

1 / 1 point

The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors.

1) Aspirin 2) Heparin

3) Warfarin 4) Vitamin K Question 34


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms?

1) Glucose intolerance 2) Depression 3) Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4) Loss of appetite 5) Chloasma Question 35
Question options:

1 / 1 point

Dangers (side effects) of androgens include all the following EXCEPT:

1) Virilization 2) Salt retention 3) Cholestasis 4) Obstructive jaundice 5) Osteoporosis Question 36


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels?

1) Glucagon 2) Insulin 3) Somatostatin 4) Polypeptide Y Question 37


Question options:

0 / 1 point

Which of these are NOT the platelet activation agents?

1) ADP 2) Serotonin 3) Fibrinogen Question 38


Question options:

1 / 1 point

Elevated levels of intracellular cAMP in intact endothelial cells are associated with:

1) Decrease in intracellular Ca2+ 2) Inhibition of platelet activation 3) Synthesizing less prostacyclin 4) A and B, but not C 5) A, B, and C

Question 39
Question options:

1 / 1 point

The PRIMARY mechanism of oral contraception involves feedback inhibition of the release of the following agent.

1) Prolactin 2) LH 3) FSH 4) Gonadotropin 5) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) Question 40


The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT: Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. 2) It is easily absorbed by placenta. 3) It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic episodes. 4) It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis.

Question 11 / 1 point What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord? Question options: 1)Warfarin 2)Heparin 3)Streptokinase 4)Ticlopidine Question 21 / 1 point Which of the following is TRUE about sulfonylureas? Question options: 1)They increase serum glucagon levels 2)Decrease the binding of insulin to target tissue 3)Increase the insulin secretion from the beta-cells of the pancreas 4)They promote desensitization of insulin receptors Question 31 / 1 point These pancreatic endocrine cells release somatostatin which blocks the release of both insulin and glucagon. Question options: 1)Gamma cells 2)Delta cells 3)Alpha cells 4)Beta cells Question 41 / 1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries 2)A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina 3)Ulcers in legs and feet 4)Kidney failure Question 51 / 1 point

The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process.Question options: 1)Thromboplastin 2)Prothrombin 3)Thrombin 4)Fibrinogen 5)Fibrin Question 61 / 1 point Which of the following is an adverse effect of adrenal hormones? Question options: 1)Hypotension 2)Decreased appetite 3)Increased speed of wound healing 4)Hypokalemia Question 71 / 1 point When a 200 pound woman is given her options for contraceptives a specific method is not considered due to its lacks of effectiveness cause by her weight. Which method is this? Question options: 1)Vaginal ring 2)Progestin-only pills 3)Intrauterine device 4)Transdermal patch Question 81 / 1 point To overcome warfarin overdose, which of the following should be administered? Question options: 1)Vitamin B12 2)Folic acid 3)Erythropoietin 4)Vitamin K Question 91 / 1 point These agents are classified as insulin secretagogues, because they promote insulin release from the Beta cells of the pancreas. Question options: 1)Meglitinide analogs 2)Glitazones 3)Incretin mimetics 4)Sulfonylureas Question 101 / 1 point Whcih of the following is NOT TRUE regarding a thrombus? Question options: 1)Activation of the coagulation cascade aids in thrombus formation 2)Activation of the fibrinolytic cascade aids in dissolving a thrombus 3)A thrombus is considered an emboli when attached to and obstructing a vessel 4)Can cause an acute myocardial infarction Question 111 / 1 point The following antithrombic drug mainly acts by activating plasma antithrombin III which in turn inactivates thrombin.Question options: 1)Warfarin 2)Heparin 3)Aspirin 4)Vitamin K 5)Protamine sulfate Question 121 / 1 point All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT:Question options:

1)Arachidonic acid 2)Prostacyclin 3)Diacylglycerol 4)Inositol trisphosphate Question 131 / 1 point Which drug is used in the diagnosis of Addison's disease? Question options: 1)Corticotropin 2)Hydrocortisone 3)Spironolactone 4)Dexamethasone Question 14 0 / 1 point Which one of the following drugs has the longest IV half-life? Question options: 1)Heparin 2)LMWH 4)Alteplase Question 151 / 1 point The following hormone is present in -cells of pancreas.Question options: 1)Glucagon 2)Somatostatin 3)Pancreatic polypeptide 4)Neuropeptide Y Question 161 / 1 point Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation.Question options: 1)Prostacyclin 2)Indomethacin 3)Serotonin 4)Cyclic AMP 5)Dipyridamole Question 171 / 1 point Patient with deep-vein thrombosis is treated with this anticoagulant. This drug is effective and also known to decrease recurrent thromboembolic episodes, however because of its possible adverse effect of causing thrombocytopenia, patient should be admitted in the hospital. Question options: 1)Warfarin 2)LMWHs 3)Heparin 4)Danaparoid Question 181 / 1 point What drug is used to treat emergency hyperglycemia? Question options: 1)Acarbose 2)Regular insulin 3)Ultralent insulin 4)Tolbutamide Question 191 / 1 point Which of the following drugs is an indirect GP IIb/IIa receptor blocker that inhibits platelet aggregation? Question options: 1)Aspirin

2)Clopidogrel 3)Tirofiban 4)Altepase Question 201 / 1 point The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas.Question options: 1)Rosiglitazone (Avantia) 2)Acarbose (Precose) 3)Sulfonylureas 4)Biguanides Question 211 / 1 point Osteoporosis is the most common side effect of long-term corticosteroid therapy. This adverse side effect is due to: Question options: 1)An interference with ACTH 2)Suppression of itnestinal Ca2+ 3)Decreased sex hormone synthesis 4)A anc C 5)B and C Question 221 / 1 point Aspirin's effects last how many days? Question options: 1)0-1 day 2)2-4 days 3)4-7 days 4)7-10 days Question 231 / 1 point Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options: 1)Raloxifene 2)Clomiphene 3)Ethinyl estradiol 4)Quinestrol Question 241 / 1 point Which cells of pancreas secrete insulin? Question options: 1)Alpha 2)Beta 3)Alpha and Beta 4)Delta 5)Both alpha and beta and delta Question 25 0 / 1 point This drug has no effect on plasma insulin. Question options: 1)Tolbutamide 3)Miglitol 4)Glyburide Question 261 / 1 point An important effect of insulin is Question options: 1)To increase gluconeogenesis 2)To increase glucose transport to cells

3)Ensure the weight gain of the patient 4)To decrease glucose transport to cells Question 271 / 1 point The following disease is associated with a decrease in clotting factor VIII as well as with vascular and platelet defects.Question options: 1)Hemophilia A 2)Hemophilia B 3)Von Willebrand's disease 4)Thrombosis 5)Embolism Question 281 / 1 point These drugs interfere with the binding of ADP to its receptors on platelets, thus inhibiting GP IIb/IIIa receptors required for platelets to bind to fibrinogen and each other: Question options: 1)Ticlopidine and clopidogrel 2)Ticlopidine and aspirin 3)Clopidogrel and abciximab 4)Eptifibatide and tirofiban 5)Dipyridamole and abciximab Question 291 / 1 point Which one of the following agents is not used in oral or implantable contraceptives?Question options: 1)Clomiphene 2)Ethinyl estradiol 3)Mestranol 4)Norethindrone 5)Norgestrel Question 301 / 1 point The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed.Question options: 1)Semilente 2)Isophane 3)Regular 4)Combination insulin Question 311 / 1 point Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years? Question options: 1)progestin intrauterine device 2)Progestin implants 3)Vaginal ring 4)Transdermal patch Question 321 / 1 point Which of the following mediators does NOT increase platelet aggregation? Question options: 1)Prostacyclin 2)Serotonin 3)ADP 4)Thromboxane A2 Question 331 / 1 point A patient, after having an acute myocardial infarction, has been discharged from the hospital on an anticoagulant. The patient must have regular tests to monitor the anti-coagulation effects of the drug. What drug is the patient most likely taking? Question options: 1)Heparin

2)Aspirin 3)Streptokinase 4)Coumadin Question 341 / 1 point Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body.Question options: 1)True 2)False Question 351 / 1 point Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase.Question options: 1)True 2)False Question 361 / 1 point Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms?Question options: 1)Glucose intolerance 2)Depression 3)Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4)Loss of appetite 5)Chloasma Question 371 / 1 point Which of the following drugs is taken during the first part of a meal for the purpose of delaying absorption of dietary carbohydrates?Question options: 1)Acarbose 2)Colestipol 3)Glipizide 4)Pioglitazone 5)Repaglinide Question 381 / 1 point Which kind of insulin is closest to human insulin? Insulin derived from:Question options: 1)Beef 2)Pork 3)Chicken 4)Fish Question 39 1 / 1 point Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Sugar in urine 2)Loss of nitrogen 3)Lack of thirst 4)Neuropathy Question 40 1 / 1 point The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids.Question options: 1)Cushings syndrome 2)Addisons disease 3)Parkinsons disease 4)Lou Gehrigs disease
Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options:
1) Glucagon Question 1 1 / 1 point

2) Insulin 3) Somatostatin 4) None of the above Question 2 1 / 1 point

Of the types of strokes, which one is categorized by blood flow blockage to a portion of the brain by a blood clot? Question options:
1) Ischemic 2) Hemorrhagic 3) Both 1 and 2 4) None of the above Question 3 1 / 1 point

Martha has type 2 diabetes with a history of alcoholism. Which drug should NOT be prescribed due to the increase risk of lactic acidosis? Question options:
1) Metformin 2) Glipizide 3) Byetta (Exenatide) 4) Glimepiride Question 4 1 / 1 point

Which one of the following is not a recognized effect of androgens or anabolic steroids? Question options:
1) Cholestatic jaundice and elevation of AST levels in the blood in adult men 2) Growth of facial hair in women 3) Increased milk production in nursing women 4) Increased muscle bulk 5) Induction of a growth spurt in pubertal boys Question 5 1 / 1 point

A patient, after having an acute myocardial infarction, has been discharged from the hospital on an anticoagulant. The patient must have regular tests to monitor the anti-coagulation effects of the drug. What drug is the patient most likely taking? Question options:
1) Heparin 2) Aspirin 3) Streptokinase 4) Coumadin Question 6 1 / 1 point

Excess progestins in combined oral contraceptives are most likely to cause which of the following symptoms? Question options:
1) Glucose intolerance 2) Depression 3) Increase in the size of uterine fibroids 4) Loss of appetite 5) Chloasma Question 7 1 / 1 point

Which of the following drugs could be used to treat a patient with a bleeding disorder? Question options:
1) Aminocaproic acid 2) Aprotonin 3) Heparin 4) Folic acid Question 8 1 / 1 point

Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options:
1) Beta-2 channel 2) ATP-gated, K+ channel 3) Voltage-gated, Na+ channel 4) Voltage-gated, Ca2+ channel Question 9

Cortisols decrease glucose levels in body. Question options:


1) True 2) False Question 10

1 / 1 point

Insulin is administered Question options:

1 / 1 point

1) At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations.

2) Orally to increase calcium concentrations. 3) Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. 4) To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. Question 11 1 / 1 point

Which drug binds to the receptor GP IIb/ IIa blocking the binding of fibrinogen and von Willebrand factor? Question options:
1) Abciximab 2) Warfarin 3) Alteplase 4) Folic acid Question 12 1 / 1 point

First generation sulfonylurea that has increased cardiovascular risks Question options:
1) Chlorpropamide 2) NovoLog 3) Glimepiride 4) Glipizide Question 13

This insulin is more acidic and can NOT be mixed with other forms of insulin in order to preserve efficacy. Question options:
1) Regular 2) Lispro 3) NPH 4) Glargine Question 14 1 / 1 point

1 / 1 point

The following extrinsic factor is released during tissue injury in the hemostatic process. Question options:
1) Thromboplastin 2) Prothrombin 3) Thrombin 4) Fibrinogen 5) Fibrin Question 15 1 / 1 point

Which antiandrogen is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia that inhibits the formation of dihydrotestosterone? Question options:
1) Finasteride 2) Ketoconazole 3) Flutamide 4) Estradiol Question 16 1 / 1 point

Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____. Question options:
1) 5-alpha reductace/ Finasteride 2) Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol 3) Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam 4) None of the above Question 17 1 / 1 point

Anemia is characterized by Question options:


1) An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells

2) A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation 3) A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 4) An increase in folic acid Question 18 1 / 1 point

One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: Question options:


1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol Question 19

What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? Question options:
1) Raloxifene

1 / 1 point

2) Estradiol 3) Clomiphene 4) Tamoxifen Question 20 1 / 1 point

A 64-year-old woman with a history of Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed with heart failure. Which of the following drugs would be a poor choice in controlling her diabetes? Question options:
1) Sitagliptin 2) Exenatide 3) Glyburide 4) Glipizide 5) Pioglitazone Question 21 1 / 1 point

Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options:


1) Sugar in urine 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy Question 22

Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT: Question options:
1) To suppress menopausal symptoms 2) To treat breast carcinoma 3) Amenorrhea 4) Dysmenorrhea 5) Contraception Question 23

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Warfarin inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase. Question options:


1) True 2) False Question 24

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Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options:
1) Raloxifene 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone 4) Clomiphene Question 25

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The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. Question options:
1) Aspirin 2) Heparin 3) Warfarin 4) Vitamin K Question 26

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Which one of the following compounds DOES NOT inhibit platelet aggregation. Question options:
1) Prostacyclin 2) Indomethacin 3) Serotonin 4) Cyclic AMP 5) Dipyridamole Question 27

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The following condition is caused by a hypersecretion of glucocorticoids. Question options:


1) Cushings syndrome 2) Addisons disease 3) Parkinsons disease 4) Lou Gehrigs disease Question 28

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These pancreatic endocrine cells release somatostatin which blocks the release of both insulin and glucagon. Question options:

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1) Gamma cells 2) Delta cells 3) Alpha cells 4) Beta cells Question 29 1 / 1 point

Which cells of pancreas secrete insulin? Question options:


1) Alpha 2) Beta 3) Alpha and Beta 4) Delta 5) Both alpha and beta and delta Question 30

This oral hypoglycemic agent decreases the absorption of starch and disaccharides. Question options:
1) Sulfonylureas 2) Biguanides 3) Acarbose 4) Metformin Question 31

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To overcome warfarin overdose, which of the following should be administered? Question options:
1) Vitamin B12 2) Folic acid 3) Erythropoietin 4) Vitamin K Question 32

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Hyperglycemia can possibly result in all of the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options:
1) Nephropathy 2) A decrease in heart attack 3) Amputations 4) Retinopathy Question 33 0 / 1 point

Which of these are NOT the platelet activation agents? Question options:
1) ADP 3) Fibrinogen Question 34

Which of the following insulins contains protamine? Question options:


1) Lispro 2) Regular 3) Isophane 4) Lente 5) Ultralente Question 35

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Which of the following drugs is an indirect GP IIb/IIa receptor blocker that inhibits platelet aggregation? Question options:
1) Aspirin 2) Clopidogrel 3) Tirofiban 4) Altepase Question 36 1 / 1 point

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Androgens are produced by which cells: Question options:


1) Leydig cells 2) Stem cells 3) Osteocytes

4) Serotoli cells

Which type of insulin is considered intermediate acting? Question options:


1) NPH (Isophane) 2) Regular 3) Ultralente 4) Glargine Question 38

Question 37

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The binding of the following agent to antithrombin III produces a conformational change leading to a decrease in blood coagulation Question options:
1) Warfarin 2) Alteplase 3) Anistreplase 4) Heparin Question 39 1 / 1 point

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Which contraceptive method releases levonorgestrel and is effective up to 5 years? Question options:
1) progestin intrauterine device 2) Progestin implants 3) Vaginal ring 4) Transdermal patch Question 40

These drugs interfere with the binding of ADP to its receptors on platelets, thus inhibiting GP IIb/IIIa receptors required for platelets to bind to fibrinogen and each other: Question options:
1) Ticlopidine and clopidogrel 2) Ticlopidine and aspirin 3) Clopidogrel and abciximab 4) Eptifibatide and tirofiban 5) Dipyridamole and abciximab

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Quiz 9 Question 11 / 1 point Anemia is characterized byQuestion options: 1)An increase in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 2)A decrease in the amount of red blood cells but and increase in platelet aggregation 3)A decrease in the amount of hemoglobin and the number of red blood cells 4)An increase in folic acid Question 21 / 1 point Which sex hormone is effective when taken orally? Question options: 1)Testosterone 2)Estradiol 3)Progesterone 4)Ethinyl estradiol Question 31 / 1 point The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as:Question options: 1)LH (Luteinizing hormone) 2)FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) 3)HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) 4)None of the above Question 41 / 1 point Oral contraceptives are contraindicated in.... Question options:

1)Patients with heart disease 2)Patients who have experienced a myocardial infarction 3)Patients with breast cancer 4)Patients with liver disease Question 51 / 1 point Clinical uses of estrogens includes all the following EXCEPT:Question options: 1)To suppress menopausal symptoms 2)To treat breast carcinoma 3)Amenorrhea 4)Dysmenorrhea 5)Contraception Question 61 / 1 point Insulin is administeredQuestion options: 1)At varying times depending on the duration of action of various insulin preparations. 2)Orally to increase calcium concentrations. 3)Orally to increase synthesis of pancreatic beta cells. 4)To facilitate insulin mobilization in the gastrointestinal tract. Question 71 / 1 point First generation sulfonylurea that has increased cardiovascular risks Question options: 1)Chlorpropamide 2)NovoLog 3)Glimepiride 4)Glipizide Question 81 / 1 point Adverse effects of insulin include all of the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1)Hypoglycemia 2)Lipodystrophy 3)Tachycardia 4)Anemia Question 91 / 1 point Aspirin works by inhibiting which conversion? Question options: 1)Fibrinogen to fibrin 2)ATP to cAMP 3)Arachidonic acid to prostaglandin H 4)Plasminogen to plasmin Question 100 / 1 point What is NOT a symptom of hypoglycemia? Question options: 2)Vertigo 3)Confusion 4)Bradycardia Question 111 / 1 point Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE?Question options: 1)Dexamethasone is a synthetic anti-inflammatory agent. 2)A side effect of fludrocortisone is hyperkalemia. 3)Both glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids act by increasing or decreasing the synthesis of specific proteins. 4)Anti-inflammatory actions of glucocorticoids are mediated through effects on peripheral white blood cells. Question 121 / 1 point

Which of the following statements is CORRECT?Question options: 1)Combined oral contraceptives do not have any measurable effect on the quality or quantity of breast milk. 2)Tamoxifen is commonly used in the palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer. 3)Clomiphene is used in the treatment of breast cancer. 4)Danazol, used in the treatment of endometriosis, may cause ambiguous genitalia in a female fetus and is therefore designated as pregnancy category X. 5)Mifepristone (RU 486) is an estrogen antagonist that induces ovulation and may cause multiple pregnancies. Question 131 / 1 point The term given for a dislodged blood clot.Question options: 1)Atherosclerosis 2)Thrombosis 3)Thrombus 4)Embolus Question 141 / 1 point Which of the following insulins contains protamine?Question options: 1)Lispro 2)Regular 3)Isophane 4)Lente 5)Ultralente Question 151 / 1 point Aspirin's effects last how many days? Question options: 1)0-1 day 2)2-4 days 3)4-7 days 4)7-10 days Question 161 / 1 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Gluconeogenesis 2)Glycolysis 3)Glycogenesis 4)Lipogenesis 5)Glucose uptake Question 171 / 1 point This drug has no effect on plasma insulin. Question options: 1)Tolbutamide 2)Metformin 3)Miglitol 4)Glyburide Question 181 / 1 point Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options: 1)Beta-2 channel 2)ATP-gated, K+ channel 3)Voltage-gated, Na+ channel 4)Voltage-gated, Ca2+ channel Question 191 / 1 point The following statements about heparin are correct EXCEPT:Question options: 1)It is useful in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis. 2)It is easily absorbed by placenta.

3)It decreases the incidence of recurrent thromboembolic episodes. 4)It is useful in dialysis machines to prevent thrombosis. Question 201 / 1 point A 64-year-old woman with a history of Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed with heart failure. Which of the following drugs would be a poor choice in controlling her diabetes? Question options: 1)Sitagliptin 2)Exenatide 3)Glyburide 4)Glipizide 5)Pioglitazone Question 211 / 1 point Process that generates thrombin: Question options: 1)Embolism 2)Platelet aggregation 3)Transfusion 4)Blood coagulation Question 221 / 1 point Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options: 1)Raloxifene 2)Tamoxifen 3)Mifepristone 4)Clomiphene Question 231 / 1 point The ability to reduce insulin resistnce is associated whith which one of the following classes of hypoglycemic agents? Question options: 1)Meglitinides 2)Sulfonylureas 3)-Glucosidase inhibitors 4)Thiazolidineediones 5)Gastrointestinal hormones Question 240 / 1 point This drug used to treat bleeding antagonizes the effects of heparin and may cause all of the following adverse effects EXCEPT: Question options: 2)Flushing 3)Bradycardia 4)Hypertension 5)This drug causes all of the above effects Question 251 / 1 point Which pancreatic islet hormone is responsible for an increase in blood glucose levels? Question options: 1)Glucagon 2)Insulin 3)Somatostatin 4)None of the above Question 261 / 1 point Which of the following is TRUE about sulfonylureas? Question options: 1)They increase serum glucagon levels 2)Decrease the binding of insulin to target tissue 3)Increase the insulin secretion from the beta-cells of the pancreas

4)They promote desensitization of insulin receptors Question 271 / 1 point Heparin works as an anticoagulant by: Question options: 1)Directly inhibiting thrombin 2)Activating antithrombin (ATIII) 3)Inactivating Vitamin K 4)Inhibiting plasminogen Question 281 / 1 point Which of the following terms best describes insulin? Question options: 1)Peptide hormone 2)Steroid hormone 3)Thyroid hormone 4)Not a hormone Question 291 / 1 point In order to prevent severe hemorrhage, the warfarin therapy should be discontinued and the patient should be treated immediately with:Question options: 1)Alteplase 2)Aminocaproic acid 3)Factor VIII 4)Protamine 5)Vitamin K1 Question 301 / 1 point The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors.Question options: 1)Aspirin 2)Heparin 3)Warfarin 4)Vitamin K Question 311 / 1 point Which antiandrogen is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia that inhibits the formation of dihydrotestosterone? Question options: 1)Finasteride 2)Ketoconazole 3)Flutamide 4)Estradiol Question 321 / 1 point An important effect of insulin is Question options: 1)To increase gluconeogenesis 2)To increase glucose transport to cells 3)Ensure the weight gain of the patient 4)To decrease glucose transport to cells Question 331 / 1 point Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options: 1)Beta-2 channel 2)ATP-gated, K+ channel 3)Voltage-gated, K+ channel 4)Voltage-gated, Ca2+ channel

Question 34 0 / 1 point Whcih of the following is NOT TRUE regarding a thrombus? Question options: 1)Activation of the coagulation cascade aids in thrombus formation 3)A thrombus is considered an emboli when attached to and obstructing a vessel 4)Can cause an acute myocardial infarction Question 351 / 1 point Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Sugar in urine 2)Loss of nitrogen 3)Lack of thirst 4)Neuropathy Question 361 / 1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen 2)Can control uterine bleeding 3)Can be used to postpone menstruation 4)Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis 5)None of the above Question 371 / 1 point Testosterone is converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by _______, which can be inhibited by _____.Question options: 1)5-alpha reductace/ Finasteride 2)Tyrosine hydroxylase/ Estradiol 3)Monoamine oxidase/ Diazepam 4)None of the above Question 381 / 1 point Which anti-estrogen is used to promote fertility? Question options: 1)Raloxifene 2)Clomiphene 3)Ethinyl estradiol 4)Quinestrol Question 391 / 1 point The cells responsible for the secretion of glucagon in the pancreas are the: Question options: 1)Alpha-cells 2)Beta-cells 3)F-cells 4)Delta-cells Question 401 / 1 point Metformin (Glucophage) decreases all the following EXCEPT:Question options: 1)Gluconeogenesis 2)Glycolysis 3)Cholesterol levels 4)Glucose absorption
Question 1 Which side effect do sulfonylureas, meglitinides, and thiazolidinediones have in common? Question options: 1) Hepatotoxicity 1 / 1 point

2) GI disturbance 3) Hypoglycemia 4) Weight gain 5) Nausea Question 2 1/1 point

Type I diabetes Question options: 1) is more frequent among adults 2) 3) is usually the result of obesity is characterized by the destruction of beta cells of pancreas

4) has a very strong genetic predisposition Question 3 1 / 1 point The hormone that produces progesterone during pregnancy is called as: Question options: 1) LH (Luteinizing hormone) 2) FSH (Follicular stimulating hormone) 3) HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) 4) None of the above 1/1 point Whcih of the following is NOT TRUE regarding a thrombus? Question options: 1) Activation of the coagulation cascade aids in thrombus formation Question 4 2) 3) Activation of the fibrinolytic cascade aids in dissolving a thrombus A thrombus is considered an emboli when attached to and obstructing a vessel 1 / 1 point

4) Can cause an acute myocardial infarction Question 5 Fibrinolytic agents are prescribed for all the following conditions EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Myocardial infarction 2) Pulmonary embolism 3) Hemophilia 4) Stroke 1/1 point Production of aldosterone is primarily regulated by: Question options: 1) Renin-angiotensin system Question 6 2) Cortisol negative feeback loop 3) Hydrocortisone 4) Prednisolone 1/1 point The following compound is needed for the synthesis of certain clotting factors. Question options: 1) Aspirin Question 7 2) Heparin 3) Warfarin 4) Vitamin K 1/1 point Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options: 1) Raloxifene Question 8 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone

4) Clomiphene 1/1 point What anti-estrogenic drug induces fertility by blocking estrogen receptors? Question options: 1) Raloxifene Question 9 2) Estradiol 3) Clomiphene 4) Tamoxifen 1/1 point If a fibrinolytic drug is used for treatment of a patient's acute myocardial infarction, the adverse drug effect that is most likely to occur is: Question options: 1) Acute renal failure Question 10 2) Development of antiplatelet antibodies 3) Encephalitis secondary to liver dysfunction 4) Hemorrhagic stroke 5) Neutropenia Question 11 The following insulin is relatively rapidly absorbed. Question options: 1) Semilente 2) Isophane 3) Regular 4) Combination insulin 1/1 point This drug has no effect on plasma insulin. Question options: 1) Tolbutamide Question 12 2) Metformin 3) Miglitol 4) Glyburide 1/1 point Identify an INCORRECT statement for Raloxifene. Question options: 1) It is used to decrease osteoporosis Question 13 2) It increases LDL levels 3) It acts as an estrogen antagonist in breast and uterus 1/1 point This thrombolytic agents has very low antigenicity, very high fibrin specificity, and half-life of less than 10 minutes. Question options: 1) Warfarin Question 14 2) Streptokinase 3) Cyanocobalamin 4) Alteplase 1/1 point Which of these are NOT the platelet activation agents? Question options: 1) ADP Question 15 2) Serotonin 3) Fibrinogen 4) Collagen Question 16 1/1 1/1 point

point A patient, after having an acute myocardial infarction, has been discharged from the hospital on an anticoagulant. The patient must have regular tests to monitor the anti-coagulation effects of the drug. What drug is the patient most likely taking? Question options: 1) Heparin 2) Aspirin 3) Streptokinase 4) Coumadin 1/1 point Type II diabetics exhibit the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Buildups of plaques in coronary arteries Question 17 2) A decrease in growth of blood vessels in retina 3) Ulcers in legs and feet 4) Kidney failure Question 18 Ketoconazole Question options: 1) Is used in patients with Cushing's sydrome 2) Activates the synthesis of adrenal steroids 3) Is an anti-fungal agent 4) A and C 5) All of the above Question 19 Which of the following is NOT a function of blood? Question options: 1) Transporting oxygen to the heart and vital organs 2) Regulating body temperature 3) Regulates magnesium 4) Defends against pathogens Question 20 One of the following drugs is NOT an androgen: Question options: 1) Danazol 2) Dronabinol 3) Nandrolone 4) Stanozolol 1/1 point Which drug is used in the diagnosis of Addison's disease? Question options: 1) Corticotropin Question 21 2) Hydrocortisone 3) Spironolactone 4) Dexamethasone 1/1 point The following is needed for the synthesis of clotting factors. Question options: 1) Vitamin K Question 22 2) Vitamin W 3) Vitamin C 4) Vitamin B Question 23 1/1 1/1 point 1/1 point 1/1 point

point What is contraindicated in patients with bleeding disorders who are alcoholics, and had recent surgery of the brain, eye, or spinal cord? Question options: 1) Warfarin 2) Heparin 3) Streptokinase 4) Ticlopidine 1/1 point Which of the following is NOT a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM)? Question options: 1) Raloxifene Question 24 2) Tamoxifen 3) Mifepristone 4) Clomiphene Question 25 1/1 point

Androgens are used to: Question options: 1) Increase serum LDL 2) Treat senile osteoporosis 3) Help with impotency 4) Help children along in growing 1/1 point Identify an INCORRECT statement about menotropins (Pergonal). Question options: 1) They are gonadotropins present in urine Question 26 2) They have LH and FSH activity 3) They produce ovulation 4) They cause secretion of milk from breast 5) None of the above 1/1 point Androgens can be used in the treatment of all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Testicular hyperfunction Question 27 2) Pituitary dwarfism 3) Breast carcinoma 4) Mild anemia 5) Burn treatment (anabolic effects). 1/1 point A 13-year-old boy with type I diabetes is brought to the hospital complaining of dizziness. Laboratory findings include severe hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and a blood pH of 7.15. Question 28 The most likely complication of insulin therapy in this patient is: Question options: 1) Dilutional hyponatremia 2) Hypoglycemia 3) Increased bleeding tendency 4) Pancreatitis 5) Severe hypertension 1/1 point All the following compounds can cause platelet aggregation EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Arachidonic acid Question 29

2) Prostacyclin 3) Diacylglycerol 4) Inositol trisphosphate 1/1 point Sulfonylureas promote insulin secretion by blocking which ion channel? Question options: 1) Beta-2 channel Question 30 2) ATP-gated, K+ channel 3) Voltage-gated, K+ channel 4) Voltage-gated, Ca2+ channel 1/1 point Diabetes is characterized by all the following symptoms EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Sugar in urine Question 31 2) Loss of nitrogen 3) Lack of thirst 4) Neuropathy 1/1 point Insulin is secreted by the following pancreatic islet cells. Question options: 1) Alpha cells Question 32 2) Beta cells 3) Delta cells 4) F cells 5) All the above 1/1 point Martha has type 2 diabetes with a history of alcoholism. Which drug should NOT be prescribed due to the increase risk of lactic acidosis? Question options: 1) Metformin Question 33 2) Glipizide 3) Byetta (Exenatide) 4) Glimepiride 1/1 point Insulin increases all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Gluconeogenesis Question 34 2) Glycolysis 3) Glycogenesis 4) Lipogenesis 5) Glucose uptake 1/1 point Progesterone does all the following EXCEPT: Question options: 1) Is effective as an oral contraceptive in combination pills with estrogen Question 35 2) 3) 4) Can control uterine bleeding Can be used to postpone menstruation Is useful in the treatment of endometriosis

5) None of the above Question 36 1 / 1 point Which of the following is uses for the treatment of bleeding and has hypersensitivity, dyspnea, and flushing as possible adverse effect? Question options: 1) Protamine sulfate

2) Aprotinin 3) Vitamin K 4) Vitamin D 1/1 point What drug is used to treat emergency hyperglycemia? Question options: 1) Acarbose Question 37 2) Regular insulin 3) Ultralent insulin 4) Tolbutamide 1/1 point The following drug is used to promote fertility. Question options: 1) Mestranol Question 38 2) Norgestrel 3) Clomiphene 4) Estradiol 5) Norethindrone 1/1 point The following drug(s) increase the release of insulin from the -cells of pancreas. Question options: 1) Rosiglitazone (Avantia) Question 39 2) Acarbose (Precose) 3) Sulfonylureas 4) Biguanides 1/1 point A 64-year-old woman with a history of Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed with heart failure. Which of the following drugs would be a poor choice in controlling her diabetes? Question options: 1) Sitagliptin Question 40 2) Exenatide 3) Glyburide 4) Glipizide 5) Pioglitazone