resp pharm ch 15

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resp pharm ch 15
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rau's pharmacology
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  1. a fellow student tell you he has a dry, hacking cough that keeps him at night.  You would recommend that he take:
    • decongestant
    • an antihistamine
    • an antitussive
    • an expectorant
  2. h1 receptors
    • regulate gastic acid secretions
    • promote diuresis
    • cause bonchiole smooth muscle contriction
    • increase heart rate
  3. the active ingredient in robitussin is
    • guaifensin
    • terpin hydrate
    • iodinated glycerol
    • potassium iodide
  4. agents that facilitate removal of mucus by lysing action are called
    • stimulat expectorants
    • mucokinetic expectorants
    • mucolytic expectorants
    • mucodynamic expectorants
  5. cough suppressants acts:
    • numbing the upper airway
    • depressing the cough center in the medulla
    • reducing bronchospasm
  6. which of the following may be prescribed as antitussive
    • psedephedrine (sudafed)
    • diphenhydramine hydrochloride
    • guaifenesin (robitussin)
    • benzonatate
  7. in cold remedies, sympathomimetics are used for their
    • boncodilating effects
    • cardiac stimalating effects
    • vasodilating effects
    • vasconstricting effects
  8. which of the following is a stimulant expectorant
    • pseudoephedrine
    • diphenhydramine hydrochloride
    • guaifenesin
    • cetrizine
  9. what receptor site would be targeted for the antihistamine ranitidine
    • h1
    • h2
    • h3
    • none
  10. tagamet and zantac are examples
    • h1
    • h2 
    • h3
    • anticholinergics
  11. repeated application of adrenegic agents by nasal spray can result in 
    • cardiac arrhythmias
    • vomiting
    • rebound nasal congestion
    • nosebleeds
  12. stimulant expectorants work by which of the folowing mechanisms

    b adrenergic stimulationvagal gastric reflux stimulation
    direct stimulation of glands in the respiratory tract
    topical stimulation
    cholinergic stimulation
    • 1 and 5
    • 1 3 4 and 5 only
    • 2 3 and 4
    • 1 2 3 4 5
  13. what type of drug could be used to help stimulate secretion removal in a common cold
    • decongestant
    • antihistamine
    • antitussive
    • expectorant 
  14. which of the following agents should not be given to a patient who is coughing up copious amounts of sputum
    • decongestant
    • antihistamine
    • antussive
    • expectorant
  15. expectorant agents that increase the production and clearance of mucus secretions are termed
    • mucolytic
    • mucokinetic
    • stimulant
    • irritant
  16. which of the following has an antihistamine efect that can last 12 hours or more
    • pseudoephedrine
    • diphenhydramine hydrochloride
    • guaifenesin
    • cetirizine
  17. a wheal and flare reaction is characterized by which of the following
    headache
    welt formation
    local redness
    fever
    local swelling
    • 5
    • 1 2 4
    • 2 3 5 
    • 1 2 3 4 5 
  18. which of the following may be prescribed as a sleep aid
    • pseudoephedrine
    • diphenhydramine hydrochloride
    • guafenesin
    • cetirizine

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