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Antianginal Drugs MCQs With Answers

Antianginal Drugs MCQs With Answers

1. Which type of angina pectoris is seen in patients with fixed atherosclerotic coronary artery disease?
a. Variant angina.
b. Unstable angina.
c. Preinfarction angina.
d. Chronic stable angina.

2. Which drug class prevents angina, in addition to treating the acute attacks of angina?
a. Organic nitrates.
b. Anti-platelet drugs.
c. Calcium channel blockers.
d. β-adrenergic receptor blockers.

3. The most effective way to administer long-acting nitroglycerin is
a. orally.
b. parenterally.
c. aerosol spray.
d. transdermally.

4. Which drug is appropriate for treatment of all types of angina?
a. Ranolazine.
b. Anti-platelet drugs.
c. Calcium channel blockers.
d. β-adrenergic receptor blockers.

5. Which precipitating factor should dental staff recognize, when treating a patient with angina?
a. Eating.
b. Exercise.
c. Emotional stress.
d. Exposure to cold.

6. Which is administered intravenously during coronary surgeries to prevent platelet-platelet bridge formation?
a. Aspirin.
b. Abciximab.
c. Clopidogrel.
d. Dipyridamole.

7. Angina pectoris results from decreased oxygen flow to the
a. brain.
b. left arm.
c. cardiac muscle tissue.
d. muscles of respiration.

8. Which percentage of patients with unstable angina are expected to experience myocardial infarct within one year?
a. 10%.
b. 20%.
c. 30%.
d. 40%.

9. Which vasodilating chemical is also known as “endothelium-derived relaxing factor”?
a. O2.
b. NO.
c. CO.
d. CO2.

10. The onset of sublingual nitroglycerin is
a. 1 to 3 minutes.
b. 4 to 7 minutes.
c. 10 to 12 minutes.
d. 14 to 16 minutes.

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