Pharmocology Test 1 Questions

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  1. True or False
    A drug with a T.I of 10 is safer than a drug with a T.I of 5
    True
  2. True or False
    The DEA was created by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
    False
  3. True or False
    Classes II and III contain both narcotic and non-narcotic controlled substances
    True
  4. True or False
    Dessicants increase degradation time of the active ingredient.
    False
  5. True or False
    Most topically applied drugs produce a local action
    True
  6. True or False
    The bordatella vaccine is considered to be an inhalation route of administration.
    False
  7. True or False
    Bulk producing agent is synonymous term for binders.
    False
  8. True or False
    In large animals, IM injections should be limited to less than 10cc/site.
    True
  9. True or False
    Infusion IV drug therapy is the administration of small amounts of fluid in a syringe.
    False
  10. True or False
    An antipyretic drug is used to relieve itching
    False
  11. True or False
    The proprietary name of a drug is the same as the generic name of a drug.
    False
  12. True or False
    The main disadvantage to IV drug administration is lack of patient cooperation
    False
  13. True or False
    The safety of a drug is solely based upon the lethal dose of a drug.
    False
  14. True or False
    Posology is the study of doses
    True
  15. True or False
    Dermoclysis is synonymous with subcutaneous administration
    False
  16. True or False
    Propylene Glycol is a solid type of drug vehicle
    False
  17. True or False
    When sending in the DEA 222 order form, the veterinarian must keep the top copy.
    False
  18. Which of the following laws established guidelines for prescription drugs vs. non-prescription drugs?
    A. Durham - Humphrey Amendement
    B. Kefauver - Harris Amendement
    C. Poison Prevention Packaing Act
    D. Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act
    D. Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act
  19. Diazepam is a __________ scedule of controlled substance.
    A. II
    B. III
    C. IV
    D. V
    C. IV
  20. Ketamine is a ________ schedule of controlled substance.
    A. II
    B. III
    C. IV
    D.V
    B. III
  21. The route of choise for performing diagnostic procedures such as T.B testing would be...
    A. SQ
    B. IM
    C. ID
    D. IP
    C. Intradermal
  22. Paradoxial Means
    A. A drug that produces to many side effects
    B. A drug that acts contrary to the expected response of the drug
    C. Drugs that contradict each other when administered to an animal
    D. Both A & B
    B. A drug that acts contrary to the expected responce of the drug.
  23. The DEA is responsible for regulation of all of the following except:
    A. Registration of veterinarians for the purchasing of controlled substances.
    B. the security of controlled substances
    C. The divisions or schedules of controlled substances
    D. The regulation of poisonous substances
    D. The regulation of poisonous substances
  24. If a drug has an ED50 of 40mg/kg and a LD50 of 200mg/kg the T.I is...
    A. 0.2
    B. 50
    C. 5
    D. 10
    C. 5
  25. Pharmacokinetics is the study of...
    A. the response to drugs in the presence of diease.
    B. the response to drugs in the absence of disease.
    C. Drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination
    D. None of the above
    A. The responce to drugs in the presence of disease
  26. Which of the following is not associated with Kefauver-Harris Drug Ammendment
    A. Proper Labeling of Drugs
    B. Control of Drug Manufactuerer advertising.
    C. A step-by-step new drug approval protocol
    D. Childproof containers for certain drugs.
    D. Childproof containers for certain drugs.
  27. Binders are added to drugs to:
    A. Prevent adhesion to the machinery producing the tablet
    B. Decrease premature degradtion of the active ingredient
    C. Avoid breakage of the tablet.
    D. Make the tablet large enough for easy administration
    C. Avoid breakage of the tablet
  28. To preform a myelogram, the best route of administration for the diagnostic agent would be:
    A. Intraperotoneal
    B. Intravenous
    C. Epidural
    D. Intra-articular
    C. Epidural
  29. DMSO is an example of a drug that is given via which route of administration:
    A. Inhalation
    B. Subcutaneous
    C. intramuscular
    D. Topical
    D. Topical
  30. The ______ the T.I of a drug, the _________ the drug is.
    A. Lower, Safer
    B. Higher, Safer
    C. Higher, more potentially toxic
    D. Both A & C
    B. Higher, Safer
  31. An acid labile drug:
    A. Will remain stable in an acidic environment
    B. will be rendered inactive in an acidic environment
    C. Needs to have an enteric coating added if drug is to be absorved in the small intestines
    D. Both A & C
    B. Will be rendered inactive in an acidic environment
  32. Drugs administered via inhaltion route:
    A. Are not absorbed very well
    B. Are #2 in Onset of Action
    C. Have a long duration of action
    D. Both B & C
    B. Are #2 in Onset of Action
  33. How long must all records be kept on file reguarding controlled substances?
    A. 2 years
    B. 5 years
    C. 10 years
    D. 17 years
    A. 2 years
  34. The Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act:
    A. Was the first drug law ever created
    B. is the basic drug law used at present to regulate drugs
    C. Is responsible for regulating controlled substances
    D. Is responsible for childproof containers
    B. Is the basic drug law used at present to regulate drugs.
  35. Oxymorphone is a schedule _______ controlled substance.
    A. I
    B. II
    C. III
    D. IV
    B. II
  36. DEFINE
    Drug
    A chemical used for treatment, cure, diagnosis, or prevention
  37. DEFINE
    Half-Life
    The amount of time it takes for 1/2 of a drug to be rendered inactive or eliminated from the body.
  38. What are 2 requirements necessary for pruchasing or ordering a class II controlled substance?
    1.
    2.
    • 1. Copy of the veterinarians DEA registration.
    • 2. DEA 222 Order Form
  39. List 3 factors that determine how long the drug depot will last within a muscle.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • 1. Blood supply to area
    • 2. State of drugs
    • 3. Hydration Status

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  40. The 3 IV drug therapy techniques are:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • 1. Infusion
    • 2. Intermittent
    • 3. Bolus
  41. MATCHING
    1. _____ Oxymorphone a. Osmitrol
    2. _____ Diazepam b. Demerol
    3. _____ Furosemide c. Valium
    4. _____ Mannitol d. Lasix
    5. _____ Meperidine e. Numorphan
    • 1. E
    • 2. C
    • 3. D
    • 4. A
    • 5. B

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