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1.

The four major groups of antihypertension drugs except


a. Diuretics
b. Vasokonstriktor
c. Sympathoplegics
d. Vasodilator
e. Angiotensin antagonis
2. The following is The most important diuretics for hypertension therapy
a. The Thiazides
b. The anhidrase carbonat
c. The loop diuretics
d. A & b
e. A & c
3. The following is true statement of The loop diuretics
a. Adequate in mild hypertension
b. Adequate in moderate
c. Severe & malignant hypertension
d. A & b
e. A & c
4. Reduction of venous tone, Heart rate (HR), contractile force of the heart
Cardiac Output (CO) & total peripheral resistance it is effect of
a. Sympathoplegics
b. Diuretics
c. Angiotensin antagonis
d. Vasodilator
e. Vasokonstriktor
5. Classification of Sympathoplegics except
a. Baroreceptor-sensitizing agents
b. CNS-inactive agents
c. Ganglion-blocking drugs
d. Postganglionic Sympathetic nerve terminal blockers
e. Adrenoceptor blockers
6. True statement of Baroreceptor-sensitizing agents
a. Reducing sympathetic outflow and increasing parasympathetic outflow
b. Extremely powerful BP-lowering
c. Contractile force of the heart Cardiac Output (CO)
d. Total peripheral resistance
e. Bssd
7. The organ is role in converting methyldopa to methilepinephrine
a. Brain
b. Kidney
c. Liver
d. Lung
e. Bssd
8. Salt retention blurred vision, constipation, urinary hesitancy, sexual
dysfunction sexual disfunction, orthostatic hypotension this is tocicty of
a. Ganglion-blocking drugs
b. Adrenoceptor Blockers
c. Postganglionic sympathetic nerve terminal blockers
d. CNS-Active Agents
e. Baroreceptor-sensitizing agents

9. Behavioral depression this is result following drug


a. Reserpin
b. Uanethidine
c. Trimetaphan
d. Metildopa
e. Hexamethonium)
10.Ganglion-blocking drugs effect is
a. Extremely powerful BP-lowering
b. Reducing sympathetic outflow and increasing parasympathetic outflow
c. Reduction of venous tone, Heart rate (HR),
d. Cardiac Output (CO) & total peripheral resistance
e. Bssd
11.This is prototype CNS-Active Agents
a. Nicotinic blockers
b. Alpha2-selective agonists
c. Deplete the adrenergic nerve terminal of its NE stores
d. Block release of the stores
e. -blockers, -blockers, prazosin-a selective agent, prazosin-a selective
agent
12. Salt retention this is tocicity from
a. Ganglion-blocking drugs
b. CNS-Active Agent
c. Postganglionic sympathetic nerve terminal blockers
d. A & b
e. A & c
13.The following is included class of beta blocker agent
a. Clonidine, methildopa)
b. Trimetaphan, hexamethonium)
c. Reserpine, Guanethidine
d. Propanolol
e. Prazosin, phentolamine, phenoxybenzamine
14.Four major mechanism of Vasodilator except
a. release of nitric oxide
b. blockace of potassium channels
c. opening of potassium channels.
d. blockade of calcium channels
e. a & b
15.the following is a drug have role release of nitric oxide from endothelial cells
a. Hydralazine
b. Minoxidil
c. Trimetaphan, hexamethonium
d. Reserpine, Guanethidine
e. Clonidine, methyldopa
16.Mechanism of action minoxidil
a. potassium channel opener
b. release of nitric oxide from endothelial cells
c. Reduce CO, decrease vasc resistance, reduce angiotensin levels
d. blockade of calcium channels
e. blockace of potassium channels
17.
the class included on Vasodilator drug Ca-channel Blocker

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

nifedipine, verapamil, diltiazem


Hydralazine & Minoxidil
Nitroprusside & Diazoxide
Fenolopam
nifedipine, verapamil, diltiazem