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Pharmacy Board Exam Reviewer
Fat soluble vitamins can be stored where?
liver, muscle and adipose tissue
fat soluble vitamins can be stored where?
fat soluble vitamins metabolize slowly. TRUE or FALSE?
fat soluble vitamins which are toxic if taken in excessive amount
vitamin A and D
fat soluble vitamin which can be stored in the liver up to 2 years
fat soluble vitamins which are less toxic
vitamin E and K
it is a HMW alcohol which is a precursor of vitamin A
other term for retinal
vitamin A aldehyde
yellow and orange vegetable are rich in what vitamins?
vitamin A deficiency
a vitamin A deficiency in which the cornea becomes cloudy and does not allow light to pass
other term for night blindness
toxic symptoms of vitamin A
abdominal cramps and pain
cessation of menstruation
dry skin, loss of hair
other term for vitamin D2
other term for vitamin d3
liver convert vitamin D to what substance?
active form of calcifediol
converted in the kidney
mushroom is rich in what vitamin?
shrimp, pink salmon and oyster are rich in what vitamin?
use of vitamin D
maintain normal blood level of Ca and P
strengthen bones and teeth
vitamin D deficiency
a vitamin D deficiency in which the bones become soft and pliable, bending and become deformed
other term for adult rickets?
toxicity symptoms of vitamin D
stone formation in kidney or arteries
polyunsaturated vegetable oils are rich in what vitamin?
use of vitamin E
aid in wound healing
vitamin E deficiency
vitamin K that produced in yellow oil of plants
vitamin K that is produced by bacterial synthesis in GIT
other name of vitamin K1
other term for vitamin K2
other term for vitamin K3
other term for vitamin K4
vitamin K deficiency
toxicity symptoms of vitamin K
first vitamin to be isolated in pure form
function of thiamine
vitamin B1 deficiency
vitamin B1 deficiency that cause partial paralysis of smooth muscle of GIT causing digestive disturbance; skeletal muscle paralysis; fatigue
vitamin B1 deficienvy that cause degradation of myelin sheaths; impaired sense of touch
vitamin B1 deficiency that cause mental confusion, disorientation, loss of memoer, jerk eye movement and staggering gait
therapeutic use of thiamine
treatment for peripheral neuritis caused by beriberi or alcoholism
vitamin which has ribose in structure
it inhibits intestinal absorption of riboflavin
vitamin B2 deficiency
vitamin which was derived from tryptophan
60mg of tryptophan = 1 niacin
vitamin which is related to chick dermatitis factor
vitamin also called sleeping giant
pyridoxine is absorbed in what specifically part of intestine?
an antiparkinsonism drug which is contraindicated to pyridoxine
thiamine is added to what particular antiTB agent
what vitamin is the most vulnerable in interaction with alcohol & other drugs?
drugs that impair folate status
it helps to convert folate to its active form
cyanocobalamin contains what element?