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The term, “CC” indicates,
Which of the following is anticholinergic side effect?
Which of the following condition may lead to lipase abnormalities?
What is the main function of Peroxisomes?
Systemic Lupus Erythematous is considered as what type of hypersensitivity reaction?
Read High risk patients for Flu and Flu vaccines
Which of the following is NOT a part of Skull bones?
Which of the following is NOT secreted by Pancreas?
Cystitis is a condition belongs to,
Which of the following is naturally present in blood?
What is true about Chromosomal DNA?
ASA (acetylsalicylic acid) interferes with the production of prostaglandins in various organs and tissues through inactivation of cyclooxygenase (COX), a catalytic enzyme involved in the early stages of the inflammatory cascade. The main action of the drug is thought to be peripheral; however, it may have similar activity in the CNS. The reduction in tissue levels of prostaglandins may be responsible for ASA’s analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. ASA is effective in the management of pain of low to moderate intensity associated with inflammation. ASA is also a potent antipyretic and lowers body temperature in patients with fever, mainly through inhibition of prostaglandin E1 synthesis in the brain. ASA has antiplatelet activity through inhibition of thromboxane A2 synthesis. Thromboxane A2 plays an essential role in platelet aggregation. ASA prevents thromboxane A2 formation by inactivation of COX. The inactivation of COX is carried out by which reaction?
Nephrosis is characterized by,
I) Damage of the glomeruli
II) Excretion of more protein
III) Increased thickness of glomerular basement membrane
Who brings deoxygenated blood in right atrium from all over body?
Blood flow from small intestine to Liver is carried by,
Which of the following is the natural pace maker of the heart?
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness caused by absence of,
Lecithin is a type of,
What is the end product of anaerobic glycolysis?
Which of the following is/are termination/non-sense codons?
A patient has difficulty in swallowing. This is referred as,
Mutation is due to,
The abbreviation A.S. stands for,
Which of the following is an example of polysaccharide?
Megaloblastic anemia is caused by,
Which of the following is an ankle bone?
Which of the following vaccine is recommended for the prevention of Traveller’s diarrhea?
Which of the following is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain?
Which of the following condition can be caused by Treponema pallidum?
Which of the following medication does not have Antiplatelet activity?
Sleep apnea is a condition that occurs due to interruption/obstruction in breathing while sleeping. Which of the following is the most dangerous complication of Sleep apnea?
Which part of the brain is responsible for the balance?
Lutein is classified as,
Gas gangrene is caused by,
Which of the following term represents reverse of lateral?
Which of the following organ is NOT innervated by parasympathetic nervous system?
Which of the following is most responsible risk factor for Anemia during pregnancy?
Glycine and Proline are required to form a three dimensional structure to form procollagen, a precursor for Collagen. Further addition of hydroxyl group occurs with the help of enzyme Hydroxylase with the help of a cofactor,
Which of the following best describes the flu season in North America?
Intrinsic factor responsible for the absorption of Vitamin B12 is secreted from,
Which hormone is detected during pregnancy test?
During the muscle contraction, Ca+2 is released from,
What is the total number of chromosomes present in a normal human being?
Which of the following is also known as Sweat gland in the ear?
Which of the following is true about vaccination?
Techoic acid is present in,
Which of the following amino acid is also known as achiral amino acid?
Which of the following is NOT transmitted through Sexual activity?
Which of the following is the upper most layer of the Epidermis?
A process by which DNA is transferred from one bacterium to another by a virus is known as?
A structure of a drug contains 3 chiral centers. How many isomers are possible for this drug?
Accumulation of protein containing fluid, usually serous fluid which is pale yellow to clear fluid containing in peritoneal cavity is known as,
Celiac disease is caused due to?
Increase in Cortisone can cause,
Myxedema is a type of,
Excessive sweating means,
During inspiration, the blood pressure decrease and pulse rate increases. This phenomenon is known as Pulsus Peradoxus. The lowest blood pressure is found in,
Which of the following is activated by Enterokinase?
Which of the following vitamin is present within phospholipid bilayer of the cell membrane and works as anti-oxidant?
A condition in which the upper portion of the stomach protrudes into the chest cavity through an opening of the diaphragm, is called
What part of the body does not grow after birth till death?
Which vaccine is recommended in children for the prevention of ear infection?
Which group of medications can be used for the treatment of infections caused by anaerobic bacterial fragillies?
Which reaction is responsible for the conversion of β – carotene to Vitamin A?
A genetic type of Anaemia that causes abnormal production of hemoglobin and RBCs is known as,
Which hormone is responsible for milk production?
Stenosis is referred as,
Which of the following does not open in Duodenum?
B cells are originated from,
Which condition is caused by Viridans?
Kinase is what type of enzyme?
Which of the following drug has the highest emetogenic effect?
Semen is an organic fluid that may contain spermatozoa. It is secreted by the gonads (sexual glands) and other sexual organs of male that can fertilize female ova. In humans, semen contains several components besides spermatozoa: proteolytic and other enzymes as well as fructose are elements of semen which promote the survival of spermatozoa, and provide a medium through which they can move or “swim”. Semen is produced and originated from,
What is true about Lacteals?
Which of the following is known as Plateau phase of the cardiac action potential curve?
Creatinine clearance is dependent on all of the following, EXCEPT?
Which of the following is the most common symptom of deficiency of ADH?
Which of the following is NOT a viral infection?
Abnormal increase in number of cells as known as,
Hypochlorhydria in old patients can lead to deficiency of which Vitamin?
Triamterene works on which part of the nephron?
In DNA, if base sequence is A – G – T. What should be the complimentary paired base sequence?
Which of the following is/are hip joints?
Universal blood acceptor,
Which of the following is NOT a side effect of Pregabalin?
A 37 year old married female, with history of psychiatric problems, came to emergency in unconscious state, with alleged history of ingestion of 60 tablets of alprazolam tablets 3 hour back, with the intention of suicide. The relatives of the patient showed the emergency staff all the empty packs, containing the tablets, found near her body. There were about 60, 1mg tablets of alprazolam that had been ingested by her. Further, her relatives gave history that patient had been suffering from panic disorder, since last five years, for which she had been on medication off and on, as advised by a psychiatrist. Her current medication list include Alprazolam and Fluoxetine. She drinks alcohol everyday. She also used Morphine IR on as needed basis for her lower back pain with a successful pain control. Off late, she was also under stress, as she could not conceive in last four years of her marriage, and was pursuing infertility treatments, without any success. Patient’s vitals on admission were as follows, Heart rate -100 beats/min, blood pressure – 100/80 mmHg, respiratory rate 30 breaths/min regular, temperature – 36.8 0C. Neurological examination showed deep coma, bilateral dilated pupils , which reacted minimally to light, diminished tendon reflexes and retention of urine. There was no response to painful stimuli. Which medication should be administered for this patient immediately?
Denaturation of proteins results in the loss of secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure of proteins. This involves a change in physical, chemical and biological properties of protein molecules All of the following environments are responsible for degradation of Proteins, EXCEPT?
What is the function of reverse transcriptase?
Who is responsible to maintain blood glucose level in absence of food?
Rocky mountain fever is caused by and treated by,
Which of the following deficiency in pregnant females can lead to birth defects?
All of the following are the function of Lymphatic system, EXCEPT?
All of the following are the functions of Skeletal system, EXCEPT?
Mast cells are similar in content as,
A group of bacteria who do not require oxygen to grow but grow better in presence of oxygen is called?
Gastric acid secretion is responsible for all of the functions, EXCEPT?
Antisense is present in,
Which of the following factor can increase prolactin release?
TK a 68 years old male patient comes tis physician for the follow-up of his COPD management. His current medications include Salbutamol PRN and Tiotropium QD. He also uses Prednisone 50 mg QD x 5 days for occasional COPD induced shortness of breath. His Dr wants to initiate another medication as per the COPD management protocol for TK for better management of his COPD. Which medication should be prescribed for him?
Which of the following is an example of Fibrous proteins?
Haploid cell contains,
The term “OU” means?
What should be the recommended amount of Folic acid for a pregnant female?
Abnormal presence of which wave indicates abnormal heart rhythm?
Abnormal level of which of the following causes Azotemia?
Which of the following body part does not contain Flexor muscle?
Serum ferritin measures the level of,
All of the following are Pancreatic cells, EXCEPT?
Precursor of NO synthesis,
Telmisartan works on which receptors to show its antihypertensive effect?
Humoral immunity is involved in elimination of Extracellular pathogens. Such immunity is mediated by,
A protease (also called a peptidase or proteinase) is any enzyme that performs proteolysis; protein catabolism of peptide bonds by which reaction?
What is NOT true about Microcytic Anaemia?
Addition of phosphorus group in amino acid is done by which enzyme?
Which of the following enzyme is most responsible to cause Meningitis?
What is the site of action for Warfarin?
The neurotransmitter Serotonin is involved in all of the following activities, EXCEPT?
Which medication is used for the treatment of ESBL?
The most dangerous side effect of Opioid analgesia is respiratory depression, What is true about respiratory depression?
Which of the following enzyme is used for the formation of mRNA?
The most common mode of transmission of HSV causing cold sore is,
The highest amount of elemental iron is found in,
Which of the following part is responsible for motor function?
Antigen presenting cells (APCs) include macrophages and dendritic cells, which are found in lymphoid tissues and?
During the digestive process, in presence of acid Pepsinogen is converted to
Digestion of fat takes place in,
Necrosis is defined as,
LH and FSH are secreted from which gland?
Life span of RBCs is?
RBC destruction occurs in,
Which of the following organisms can cause Community Acquired Pneumonia?
I) Escherichia Coli
II) Homophiles Influenza
III) Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
Which of the following blood count decreases the most in patients with Cancer?
Which sensitivity is NOT present in skin?
Which of the following is a causative agent for Sexually Transmitted Disease?
ASA (Acetyl Salicylic Acid) and Acetaminophen can be interchanged for which of the following action?
Which of the following vitamin deficiency can cause reversible night blindness?
Which of the following produce large amounts of antibodies (Igs) and differentiate upon stimulation from CD4+ cells?
Maintenance of the internal environment of the body is known as,
Which of the following indicates Ventricular depolarization?
Which medication is used as 1st line treatment for the treatment of severe diarrhea caused by Clostridium difficile?
Enzymes responsible for digestion of milk or dairy products is produced from,
Which enzyme catalyzes DNA sequence at a specific site?
Which part of GIT has the higher level of pH?
Parathyroid hormone acts on which part of the Nephron for the absorption of Calcium?
Which of the following is NOT true about base pairing of RNA?
All of the following are Cranial bones, EXCEPT?
Vitamin K is responsible for the formation of?
What is true about primary hypogonadism?
How many doses of the Hepatitis B vaccine (5µg HBsAg in 0.5mL intramuscular) are required to reach a protective level of antibody?
Hypertrophy is defined as,
The junction between stomach and small intestine that prevents regurgitation of chyme from small intestine to stomach is called,
Injury to radial nerve may cause,
Basic structure of Protein consists of,
A process of synthesis of Glucose from non – carbohydrate source is known as,
Cholestasis is a disease of,
Which age group contains more amount of water?
All of the following are essential amino acids, EXCEPT?
Angiogenesis is defined as,
Blood supply from heart to Brain is carried by
Which of the following is true about parasagittal plane?
Which of the following medication is an example of biological modifier?
Which of the following body organ is present in the dorsal cavity of the body?
Two monosaccharaides are differing from each other as per following configuration, This is called,
Stimulation of vagus nerve releases,
Which of the following nucleotide base is NOT found in DNA?
A condition that causes permanent destruction of Alveoli is known as?
Oxytocin is produced from,
Hepatitis B vaccine also protects against,
Peanut should be avoided in which of the following condition?
All of the following are produced and secreted from Epithelial tissues, EXCEPT?
Which vitamin is considered as a Hormone?
What should be the normal value of Potassium in blood?
Which of the following test is performed routinely for patients using Lithium?
Rods in eyes are responsible for,
Most abundant blood cells present in WBCs are,
Which gland is responsible for the release of ACTH (Adreno Cortico Tropic Hormone)?
Ovulation in females starts after how many days of menstrual period?
What type of bacteria is present in the lower part of the gut?
Polycythemia vera is considered as,
Which hormone is responsible for the transfer of Calcium from blood to bones?
What is the function of DNA ligase?
Which of the following ion responsible for smooth muscle contraction and relaxation?
All of the following can happen in case of Hypovolemia, EXCEPT?
Pernicious anemia occurs mainly due to deficiency of?
Inadequacy of P wave on ECG indicates,
What is true about Choroid Plexus?
Which of the following is true about Citric acid cycle?
Athlete’s foot is caused by,
What is the role of Neutrophils in providing primary immune response?
Which enzyme level increases the highest in case of hepatotoxicity?
Who should not get Influenza vaccine?
Cerebrospinal fluid is found in,
Poison Ivy belongs to what type of hypersensitivity reaction?
Paralysis of the ciliary muscle of the eye, resulting in a loss of accommodation. Because of the paralysis of the ciliary muscle, the lens can no longer be adjusted to focus on nearby objects, this condition is called
Digestion in small intestine is better than stomach due to,
Extracellular electrolytes are?
Pyridoxine should be administered with which medication to reduce occurrence of side effects?