2018 NHA QUESTIONS FOR PHARM.

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1) BCG vaccine is given to children for the prophylasis of what ? As simple as it is, it came out.

2). In determining children dose of drug, what parameters do you look out for ?

3‬) In a prescription order, all the following should be seen

4) Which of the following best defines bioavailability. All d options were close. Its to choose d best option

5) Which route of drug admin has 100% bioavailability

Which is an advantage of IV route

6) How would you arrange drugs in d shelf to avoid dispensing error. All d options were correct except one

7) Which antihypertensive drugs is used by pregnant women

8):At what stage does ACEIs act

9) Normal range of PH for opthalmic preparation.

10):Calculation on milliequivalence

11) There was anoda very long calculation. It was talking about infusions, if someone need 50 vials of infusion contained in 4mg/ml. How many vial will an 80kg weight need to get a concn up to 60mg/kg/6hrs. Something like that .

There were 50 obj

‬: All the options may be correct except one

12) Match the following antiulcer drugs with their class.

Cos all d options were very close, it’s left for you to pick d best

Omeprazole- H2 receptor antagonist

B)Ranitidine- proton pump inhibitor

C)H. Pylory can be treated with triple therapy.

D)None of d above

13 A) arranging drugs according to labels that r closely related

B) arranging drugs alphabetical order based on brand name

C) arranging drugs with a small note with d name of drug

D) something none of d above

Omeprazole is ppi

Ranitidine is H2 antaginist

H pylori can be treated with triple therapy…… So it’s the only correct statement there.

A) identity of patient

B) hospital no of patient

C) patient allergies

D) identity of physician

A) Iv

B) Im

C) SC

D) oral

Can we remember the class of drug selegiline belongs to ?

A) MAO

B) COMT

C) SSRI

D) none

Antidote for paracetamol overdosing

Antidote for opioid

Discuss the principle behind gram staining 🤷🏽‍♂

What are the steps necessary in the preparation of a stable equilibrated concentrate of Carbol Fuchsin?

Reasons for treatment failure in HIV treatment include the following except:

Pill burden

Development of drug resistance

Inadequate/inconsistent drug supply

Non-adherence

Switching from 1st line to 2nd line regimens

Discuss the principle behind gram staining 🤷🏽‍♂

What are the steps necessary in the preparation of a stable equilibrated concentrate of Carbol Fuchsin?

State the suitable tests for the following conditions:

Tuberculosis

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Chronic Gastritis

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