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181. A patient is talking terfenadine for cold and comes for tooth extraction. What tablet you have given which makes him suffer from cardiac arrhythmia______________?
182. Xerostomia is treated with_____________?
183. Action of tannic acid is_______________?
A. Blood coagulant
D. All of the following
184. All of the following drugs cause dryness of mouth except_______________?
185. Adrenaline can be given in all of the following situations except_______________?
B. Myocardial infarction
186. Which of the following drug is given for treating hypertensive crisis_______________?
B. Isosobide dinitrate
187. The choice of treatment in anaphylactic shock is_______________?
C. Glucose 1.V
D. Saline 1.V
188. The antiseptic recommended for application in oral mucosa is_____________?
A. Hydrogen peroxide
D. None of the above
189. When given together, the ability of two drugs to produce a response greater than either administered alone is termed as_____________?
190. The drug which has an affinity for a receptor site and produces the intrinsic activity of the receptor cell or enzyme system is known as____________?
A. An agonist
B. A non competitive antagonist
C. A physiologic antagonist
D. A competitive antagonist