This post is a pharmacology quiz on drugs acting on the digestive system. 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 digestive system.

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Drugs acting on the digestive system quiz 1

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1. The most dependable emetic used to expel ingested
poisons is:

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2. The most important drawback of sucralfate in the
treatment of duodenal ulcer is:

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3. Sucralfate promotes healing of duodenal ulcer by:

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4. Antacid combinations of magnesium and aluminium
salts are superior to single component preparations
because:

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5. Antacids administered concurrently reduce efficacy
of the following anti-peptic ulcer drug

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6. The preferred regimen for preventing duodenal ulcer
relapse is:

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7. Which prokinetic drug(s) produce(s) extrapyramidal
side effects:

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8. Choose the correct statement about magaldrate:

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9. Metoclopramide has the following actions except:

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10. Metoclopramide blocks apomorphine induced vomiting, produces muscle dystonias and increases prolactin release indicates that it has:

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11. The following is true of aluminium hydroxide gel
except:

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12. In peptic ulcer, antacids are now primarily used for:

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13. The following is true of anti-H.pylori therapy except:

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14. Activation of the following type of receptors present
on myenteric neurones by metoclopramide is primarily
responsible for enhanced acetylcholine release
improving gastric motility:

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15. Choose the correct statement about colloidal bismuth
subcitrate:

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16. Eradication of H.pylori along with gastric antisecretory drugs affords the following benefit(s):

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17. The following antiulcer drug does not act by reducing
the secretion of or neutralizing gastric acid:

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18. The drugs employed for anti-H.pylori therapy include
the following except:

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19. Choose the phenothiazine compound which has selective labyrinthine suppressant action, is used for
vomiting and vertigo, but not in schizophrenia:

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20. Select the prokinetic-antiemetic drug which at relatively higher doses blocks both dopamine D2 as well
as 5-HT3 receptors and enhances acetylcholine
release from myenteric neurones:

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