Therapeutic Quizzes Online & Trivia

A comprehensive database of therapeutic quizzes online, test your knowledge with therapeutic quiz questions. Our online therapeutic trivia quizzes can be adapted to suit your requirements for taking some of the top therapeutic quizzes.


Related Topics


  • Angina Pectoris can be precipitated by all of the following except:
    Therapeutic question from

  • Which are considered non-modifiable CHD risk factors:
    Therapeutic question from

  • If Jimmy believes he is having his 2nd acute coronary event, but doesn't feel like he is in too much pain, it is OK for his wife to drive him to the ER because he doesn't have insurance.
    Therapeutic question from

  • Which of the following serotonin reuptake inhibitors is the LEAST likely to be involved in a clinically significant pharmacokinetic drug interaction mediated by the cytochrome P450 system? NOTE: more than one answer may be correct.
    Therapeutic question from

  • A patient is 27 years of age, happily married, and expresses a strong desire to have children. She is very apprehensive about taking medications that would interfere with physical intimacy she shares with her husband. Based on this concern, which of the following antidepressants should be used with CAUTION in this patient (more than one answer may be correct):
    Therapeutic question from

  • Upon interviewing a patient with co-occurring MDD and alcohol dependence, it comes to your attention that she previously experienced alcohol withdrawal seizures approximately two years ago. With this information available to you as a treating clinician, please choose the following antidepressants you would AVOID in this particular patient (more than one answer may be correct):
    Therapeutic question from

  • Which guidelines are (mostly) evidence based?
    Therapeutic question from

  • Which drugs reduce Triglycerides (TGs)?
    Therapeutic question from

  • For which drugs do we worry about liver disease?
    Therapeutic question from

  • A patient MZ has recently been diagnosed with schizophrenia. His doctor wants to start him on a second generation antipsychotic that can be taken orally, but later switched over to an IV or IM formulation that is LONG ACTING, since MZ has had a history of non-compliance. The doc cant remember what options he has... you tell him:

  • The two SGAs listed with the HIGHEST tendency to cause QT prolongation as a side effect are:

  • Which of the following are a BLACK BOX warning for clozapine