Pharmacology Question Paper 2023 (D.Pharma 2nd Year)

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NOTES:

  1. Attempt all parts.
  2. Students are advised to specially check the Numerical Data of Question paper in both versions. If there is any difference in Hindi Translation of any question, the students should answer according to the English version.
  3. Use of Paper and Mobile Phone by the students is not allowed.

PART-A

Answer any six questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [6×5=30]

  1. Explain various routes of administration of drugs.
  2. Discuss general mechanism of drug actions.
  3. Explain briefly Pharmacology of cholinergic and anticholinergic drugs.
  4. What are General anaesthetics? Write advantage and disadvantage of nitrous oxide.
  5. What are hypertension? Give pharmacological classification of anti-hypertensive drugs.
  6. Define hematinic agents. Write pharmacological classification of anti-coagulants.
  7. Give informative notes on bronchodilators.

PART-B

Answer any ten questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [10×3=30]

  1. Writes on anti-ulcer drugs.
  2. Classify diuretics.
  3. Give the physiological role of thyroid hormones.
  4. Write the physiological role of prostaglandins.
  5. Write notes on sulphonamides.
  6. Classify anti-viral drugs.
  7. Give the basic principle of chemotherapy of infections.
  8. Write notes Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS).
  9. Write notes on drug used in glaucoma.
  10. Give notes on laxative and purgative.
  11. Write notes on indications of biological agents with examples.

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PART-C

Answer all questions. Each questions carries equal marks. [20×1=20]

  1. Drugs are absorbed in the body by _____________.
    • a) Active transport
    • b) Simple diffusion
    • c) Both (a) and (b)
    • d) None
  2. Stages of Anaesthesia are devided in _______________.
    • a) Two stages
    • b) Three stages
    • c) Four stages
    • d) Six stages
  3. Unwanted drug actions are called _____________.
    • a) Additive effect
    • b) Synergistic effect
    • c) Side effect
    • d) Competitive action
  4. Which drug is used as centrally acting muscle relaxant _____________.
    • a) Aspirin
    • b) Diazepam
    • c) Mefenamic acid
    • d) None
  5. Nitroglycerine is used in ____________.
    • a) Hypertension
    • b) Angina pectoris
    • c) Obesity
    • d) Cancer
  6. Which is example of biguanide?
    • a) Glibenclamide
    • b) Metformin
    • c) Repglinide
    • d) Rosiglitazone
  7. Carbimazole is used in the treatment of ___________.
    • Hyperthyrodism/Hypothyrodism
  8. Ammonium Chloride is used as ___________.
    • Expectorant/bronchodilator
  9. Amphetamine _________ the appetite.
    • Suppresses/increases
  10. Albendazole is a ___________ drug.
    • Anthelmintics/antidiarrheal
  11. Atropine sulphate is used as __________.
    • a) Mydriatic drug
    • b) Miotic drug
    • c) Sedative drug
    • d) None
  12. Morphine is a ____________ analgesic.
    • Narcotics/non-narcotics
  13. Diphenylhydantoin is used in the treatment of _____________.
    • epilespsy/leprosy
  14. Megaloblastic anaemia is also known as ___________.
    • macrocytic anaemia/microcytic anaemia
  15. Insulin is administered by _____________ route.
    • intravenous/subcutaneous
  16. Corticosteroids are used in the treatment of ____________.
    • a) Malaria
    • b) Status asthmatics
    • c) Diabetes
    • d) Hypertension
  17. Hormones are produced by _______________.
    • a) Endocrine glands
    • b) Exocrine glands
    • c) Heart
    • d) Liver
  18. Drug of choice in the treatment of cardiogenic shock is :
    • a) Epinephrine
    • b) Dopamine
    • c) Isopropanol
    • d) All of the above
  19. Eno, Gelusil, Digene, etc are the types of ____________ drugs.
    • a) Anti-tussive agents
    • b) Antihistamine
    • c) Antacid
    • d) Diuretic
  20. Cefaclor is a cephalosporin of ______________ Generation.
    • second/third

Objective Answer

  1. c
  2. c
  3. c
  4. b
  5. b
  6. c
  7. Hyperthyroidism
  8. Expectorant
  9. Increases
  10. Anthelminitics
  11. a
  12. Narcotics
  13. Epilespsy
  14. Macrocytic anaemia
  15. Subcutaneous
  16. b
  17. a
  18. d* or b
  19. c
  20. second

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