How about an antihistamines pharmacology exam quiz? When you catch a cold, some symptoms accompany it, and the use of antihistamines gives you a way of relieving them. Below is the fourth practice exam designed to help you review what you understood about these types of drugs. Why don’t you give it a try and see what you know about them so far? Wish you all the best of luck with this quiz.
Second-generation H1 antihistamines are relatively free of adverse effects.
The motor coordination involved in driving an automobile is not affected by the use of first gen H1 antihistamines.
H1 antihistamines can be used in the treatment of acute anaphylaxis.
Both first and second-gen H1 antihistamines readily penetrate the blood-brain barrier.
H1 and H4
H1 and H2
H2 and H4
H3 and H1
Diphenhydramine and meclizine
Toradol and meclizine
Epinephrine and loratadine
Allows for twice-daily dosing
Allows for once-daily dosing
Allows for sub injections
None of these
Increased dry mouth
Increased urinary retention
Exacerbation of anticholinergic effects
Decreased anticholinergic effects
Exacerbation of antimuscarinic effects
Decreased antimuscarinic effects
Pain, pallor, pink
Wheal, reddening, and flare
Purpura, edema, and pain
Wheal, pallor, and flare
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