911. Drug that does not cause sedation________________?
A. Buspirone
B. Nitrazepam
C. Zopiclone
D. Diazepam

912. Drug which is used to control status epilepticus is______________?
A. Diazepam
B. Sodium nitroprusside
C. Glyceryl trinitrate
D. Pheno barbital

913. Which of the following is a short acting barbiturate ?
A. Diazepam
B. Secobarbital
C. Pentobarbital
D. Phenobarbital

914. Gastric irritation is minimum with one of the following non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs_____________?
A. Piroxicam
B. Tenoxicam
C. Meloxicam
D. Indomethacin

915. The anti-inflammatory analgesic drug the causes least gastrointestinal symptoms is______________?
A. Aspirin
B. Phenyl butazone
C. Paracetamol
D. Indomethacin

916. Paracetamol is contraindicated in_______________?
A. Nephritis
B. Chronic hepatitis
C. Bleeding disorders
D. A & B

917. Which of the following drugs is currently widely used in treating opioid dependent individuals?
A. codeine
B. Methadone
C. Alphaprodine
D. Pentazocine

918. Barbiturate’s in pediatrics is_____________?
A. Contraindicated
B. Low safety
C. Can be used safely
D. Not much use

919. A patient with grand mal epilepsy would likely be under treatment with_____________?
A. Meprobamate
B. Pentobarbital
C. Trimethadione
D. Phenytoin

920. The Ethyl alcohol (Ethanol) is more effective when mixed with water and used as_____________?
A. 10 to 20 percent
B. 20 to 30 percent
C. 40 to 50 percent
D. 60 to 70 percent