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 3

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1. Glyceryl trinitrate is used in CHF for:

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2. Digoxin produces the following effect(s) in atrial flutter:

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3. Which vasodilator is most suitable for a patient of
CHF who is symptomatic even at rest and has a
central venous pressure of 25 mm Hg and cardiac
index 1.8 L/min/m2:

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4. The following is true of β-adrenergic blocker therapy
in CHF:

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5. Select the drug that can help restore cardiac performance as well as prolong survival in CHF patients:

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6. Beneficial effect/effects of diuretics in CHF patients
include the following:

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7. The preferred diuretic for mobilizing edema fluid in
CHF is

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8. The following apply to use of spironolactone in CHF
except:

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9. Milrinone is best used:

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10. Vasodilators are used to treat:

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11. The following type of vasodilator is not beneficial in
CHF due to systolic dysfunction:

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12. The principal action common to all class I antiarrhythmic
drugs is:

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13. The following drug is used for short-term control of
emergency heart failure, but not for long-term treatment of congestive heart failure:

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14. Choose the correct statement about use of βadrenergic blockers in CHF:

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15. Select the drug which is an ‘inodilator’ beneficial in
refractory congestive heart failure:

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16. Raised plasma aldosterone level in CHF contributes
to disease progression by exerting the following
effects except:

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17. The following drug can relieve symptoms of CHF but
does not retard disease progression or prolong
survival:

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18. The following action of digoxin is responsible for
beneficial effect in auricular fibrillation:

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19. A patient of CHF was treated with furosemide and
digoxin. He became symptom-free and is stable for
the last 3 months with resting heart rate 68/min in
sinus rhythm but left ventricular ejection fraction is
low. Which of the following lines of action is warranted:

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20. Beneficial effects of β-adrenoceptor blockers in CHF
include the following except:

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