Drugs Acting on the Cardiovascular System Quiz 2

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This post is a comprehensive pharmacology quiz on drugs acting on the cardiovascular system. This quiz is perfect for nursing, medical, and pharmacy students, as well as health professionals including nurses, medical doctors and pharmacists. With challenging pharmacology questions and engaging pharmacology quizzes, this blog post is an essential resource for anyone seeking to improve their understanding of drugs acting on the cardiovascular system.

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Drugs acting on the cardiovascular system quiz 2

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1. The following is true of procainamide except:

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2. Quinidine can cause paradoxical tachycardia in a
patient of:

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3. Quinidine is now used primarily for:

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4. The following antiarrhythmic drug accumulates in the
body for a very long time:

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5. Select the drug which is used by intravenous infusion
for emergency control of tachycardia and sudden rise
in blood pressure:

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6. The following antiarrhythmic drug has the most
prominent anticholinergic action:

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7. Hypothyroidism is a possible consequence of
prolonged therapy with:

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8. The antiarrhythmic drug which decreases both rate of
depolarization (phase 0) as well as rate of repolarization
(phase 3) of myocardial fibres is:

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9. The following is not true of quinidine:

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10. Which of the following drugs depresses automaticity
of SA node as well as ectopic foci, abbreviates action
potential duration of Purkinje fibres, and slows atrioventricular conduction:

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11. The following is true of propafenone except:

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12. Choose the correct statement(s) about dofetilide:

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13. The limitations of quinidine in the treatment of cardiac
arrhythmias include the following except:

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14. The following is an orally active lignocaine congener
used for both acute as well as chronic ventricular
arrhythmias:

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15. Choose the correct statement about the action of
nitrates on coronary vessels:

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16. Lignocaine is effective in the following cardiac
arrhythmia(s):

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17. Lignocaine is the preferred antiarrhythmic for
emergency control of cardiac arrhythmias following
acute myocardial infarction because:

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18. Procainamide differs from quinidine in the following
respect(s):

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19. Myocardial Na+ channel blockade by lignocaine has
the following characteristic:

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20. Quinidine has the following action on electrophysiological properties of the heart except:

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