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Pharma Quiz 2

1. Eugenol is present in
A. Tulsi
B. Fennel
C. Cardamom
D. Coriander

2. The reagent is not used to detect alkaloids
A. Mayer’s reagent
B. Hager’s reagent
C. Molisch’s reagent
D. Wagner’s reagent

3. “Life periods of drugs” related to
A. Schedule P
B. Schedule FF
C. Schedule W
D. Schedule M

4. Tesla is a unit used to express
A. Magnetic field strength
B. Density
C. Gravity
D. Turbidity

5. Drug release of a tablet is evaluated by using
A. Hardness tester
B. Dissolution test apparatus
C. Friabilator
D. Screw gauge

6. The statement “store in a cold place” as per IP means
A. Store at room temperature
B. Store between 2 to 8 °C
C. Store at any temperature between 8 to 25 °C
D. Store at 0 °C

7. A positive Benedict’s test is not given by
A. Sucrose
B. Lactose
C. Maltose
D. Glucose

8. Nutmeg has family
A. Zingiberaceae
B. Myristicaceae
C. Cervidae
D. Ericaceae

9. Antibiotic which interacts with calcium ion is
A. Erythromycin
B. Streptomycin
C. Tetracycline
D. Ampicillin

10. An antihypertensive drug which inhibits the renin angiotensin system is
A. Reserpine
B. Captopril
C. Methyldopa
D. Propranolol

11. Bloom strength is used to check the quality of
A. Gelatin
B. Lactose
C. Ampoules
D. Tablets

12. If the carr’s index of a powder is 10% then the type of powder flow is
A. Poor
B. Excellent
C. Very poor
D. Good

13. All of the following physicochemical constants are useful in predicting the solubility of a drug except
A. Dielectric constant
B. the pH of a solution
C. pKa of the drug
D. Valency

14. Schedule W contains the list of the following
A. Drugs which can be marked under generic names only
B. Drugs which are habit-forming
C. Standards for ophthalmic preparation
D. Drugs which are exempt from certain provisions applicable to manufacturing

15. Schedule S deals with
A. Standards for disinfectant fluids
B. Drugs which are habit-forming
C. Standards for ophthalmic preparation
D. Standards for cosmetics.

16. Boerhaavia difussa is biological name of
A. Castor oil
B. Punarnava
C. Nutmeg
D. Gokhru

17. Example of Proton pump inhibitor drug is
A. Ranitidine
B. Cimetidine
C. Aliskiren
D. Rabeprazole

18. In Bronsted-Lowry concept acid is
A. Proton donor
B. Electron donor
C. Proton acceptor
D. Electron acceptr

19. AgNO3 is categorized into
A. Oxidative antimicrobial agent
B. Halogenated antimicrobial agent
C. Protein ppt. antimicrobial agent
D. All of the above

20. Disposable syringes are made up of
A. Polypropylene
B. Transparent polystyrene
C. Glass
D. Poly tetra chloro ethylene

21. Diclofenac tablet coated with cellulose acetate has been administered to a patient. Where do you expect the drug to release?
A. Stomach
B. Oral cavity
C. Small intestine
D. Liver

22. CDSCO is the regulatory authority of country
A. USA
B. Australia
C. China
D. India

23. The chemical behaviour of morphine alkaloid is
A. Acidic
B. Basic
C. Neutral
D. Amphoteric

24. Which one of the following drugs is most effective in preventing transmission of HIV virus from the mother to the foetus?
A. Lamivudine
B. Zidovudine
C. Indinavir
D. Ribavirin

25. The vitamin essential in the tissue culture medium is
A. Nicotinic acid
B. Thiamine
C. Inositol
D. Pyridoxine

SEE ANSWERS


ANSWERS OF PREVIOUS QUIZ 1

1. Transfusion of blood and blood products
2. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)
3. HDL
4. Surfactants
5. Friabilator
6. Store at any temperature between 8 to 25 °C
7. Lysozyme
8. Freeze drying
9. Tetracycline
10. Captopril
11. Lactate dehydrogenase
12. Excellent
13. Valency
14. Standards for ophthalmic preparation
15. Radiofrequency oscillator
16. 13 capsules
17. 66.7 ml
18. Proton donor
19. Protein ppt. antimicrobial agent
20. Polypropylene
21. Small intestine
22. Acacia
23. To prevent moisture penetration into the tablet core
24. Cosolvency
25. Tween-80