HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL
PHARMACY Mcq Question Bank
1.Translate Omni nocte into English
(a) A droughts
(b) One Tablespoonful
(c) Whenever necessary
(d) Every night.
2.Translate Bis in Die into English
(a) Twice a day
(c) To be taken
(d) Every hour
3.Translate Charata into English
(a) A Drop
(b) A lozenge
(c) A powder
(d) Every 4 hrs
4.Translate Collyrium into English
(a) at bedtime
(b) before breakfast
(c) when the pain is severe
(d) an eye lotion
5.Translate Bis in Die into English
6.State the meaning of Anorexia
(a) Agents that cause dilation of the pupil.
(b) loss of appetite
(c) Agents that increase the secretion of saliva.
(d) It is the availability of drugs from dosage form as compared to reference standard.
7.State the meaning of Necrosis
(a) An agent that enhances the flow of bile into the intestine.
(b) Agent that helps to expel the gases from GI tract
(c) death of cells or tissues
(d) An agent that produces evacuation of gallbladder
8.Advice must be given to patients while using Haematinics
(a) May cause diarrhoea
(b) It may cause sedation or drowsiness so do not drive.
(c) Complete the course otherwise recurrence may be occur
(d) may colour faeces reddish brown to black
Classify hospitals on the basis of ownership
9.Central Government Hospitals
(a) Sassoon hospital-Pune
(b) All India Institute of Medical sciences, New Delhi.
(c) Victoria hospital- Bengaluru
(d) BMC Hospital-Sion,Mumbai
10.State Government Hospitals
(a) Railway hospital
(b) Military hospital
(c) J.J. Hospital- Mumbai
11.Local-Self Government Hospitals
(a) KEM Hospital- Parel, Mumbai
(b) Ghati hospital- Aurangabad
(c) Stanley hospital- Chennai
(d) Jindal hospital- Bangalore
12.Private Trust hospital
(a) Hindu Mission Hospital- Chennai
(b) Medinova Hospital- Gujarat
(c) Apollo Hospital- Chenna
(d) Bombay hospital-Marine lines , Mumbai
13.Private Company Hospitals
(a) Fortis Hospital-Bangalore
(b) Cooper hospital- Vile Parle, Mumbai
(c) Bhagwati hospital-Mumbai.
(d) Meenakshi Mission Hospital- Madurai.
Write one example of each poison
(c) Chopped hairs
(d) Sulphuric acid
(b) Powdered glass
(c) potassium hydroxide
(d) oxalic acid
(a) Diamond dust
18.preservatives used in parenteral preparation
(b) benzalkonium chloride
(c) benzyl alcohol
(d) All of the above
19.Give the uses of Ryle’s tube
(a) To give fluid or drugs to those patients who can’t imbibe enough amount
(b) To give stomach wash in case of poisoning.
(c) For gastric juice analysis.
(d) All of the above
20.Advantages Repackaging of medicines
(a) Reduction in the number of drug transcription orders at pharmacies.
(b) Availability of containers.
(c) Reduction in the number of pharmacists required.
(d) Elimination of drug returns.
21.Advantages of floor stock system
(a) The drugs are easily available at the wards and nursing units
(b) The labelling to be done.
(c) The stability of items.
(d) The process of packaging.
22.Disadvantages of floor stock system
(a) Chances of medication error may increase
(b) Increased drug inventory at wards and nursing units.
(c) Increased hazards associated with drug deterioration.
(d) All of the above
23.Examples of Drug Addiction
(d) None of the above
24.Examples of Drug Habituation
(b) chemical substance
25.Give the normal values of Blood Cholesterol
(a) 110-200 mg/dL or mg %
(b) 150-240 mg/dL or mg %
(c) 240-360 mg/dL or mg %
(d) 360-440 mg/dL or mg %
26.Give the normal values of Blood sugar
(a) 10 -100 millions/ml of seminal fluid
(b) 20 -110 millions/ml of seminal fluid
(c) 40 -130 millions/ml of seminal fluid
(d) 60 -150 millions/ml of seminal fluid
27.Give the normal values of Sperm count
(a) 30-70 mg/100ml or mg%
(b) 50-90 mg/100ml or mg%
(c) 70-110 mg/100ml or mg%
(d) 90-140 mg/100ml or mg%
28.Advice must be given to patients while using MAO Inhibitors
(a) Do not drive vehicle
(b) Avoid cheese, alcoholic beverages and liver or yeast extract.
(c) This laxative may color the urine and faeces pink”
(d) Do not work with dangerous machinery
State whether the following statements are True or False
29.Pyrogens are the drugs which expel gases from the stomach and intestine and are used to relieve flatulence and in intestinal colic.
Pyrogens are metabolic products of micro-organisms which produce rise in body temperature on injection
30.Sterilization is the process of complete destruction of all microorganisms present in a system.
31.Carminatives are metabolic products of micro-organisms which produce rise in body temperature on injection
Carminatives are the drugs which expel gases from the stomach and intestine and are used to relieve flatulence and in intestinal colic.
32.Drug Addiction is a condition resulting from repeated administration of drugs.
Drug Addiction is a state of periodic or chronic intoxication produced by repeated administration of drugs.
33.CT scanner is an advanced technique used for morphological examination of neurological organs, head, eyes, neck, spinal cord etc.
34.Drug Habituation is a state of periodic or chronic intoxication produced by repeated administration of drugs.
Drug Habituation is a condition resulting from repeated administration of drugs.
35.Foley’s catheter is used to make an incision.
Foley’s catheter is used to decompress urinary bladder or to drain bladder in case of urine retention
36.Drug abuse is an inappropriate and persistent use of drugs beyond medical need.
37.Scalpel is used to decompress urinary bladder or to drain bladder in case of urine retention
Scalpel is used to make an incision.
38.SVP contains one or more electrolytes.
SVP contains necessarily the medicament which is potent
39.CCF stands for Congestive Cardiac Failure?
40.BAL stands for British Anti Limulus
BAL stands for British Anti-Lewisite