Basic Pharmacology Question for NMT Nta Level 4 | Nursing And Midwifery

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   What are the common side effects of anticancer drugs?

   How do Alkylating drugs kill cancer cells?

   How do Benzodiazepines act?

   What are the side effects of phenobarbitone?

·         What are the classes of antidepressants?

·         What drugs are used to treat schizophrenia?

   What are the principle actions of first line Tuberculosis (TB) medication?

   What are the common side effects of first line anti-TB drugs?

   What are the main TB treatment regimens used in Tanzania?

   What is the mechanism of action of salbutamol?

   What is an example of nasal decongestion drug?

·         What are the commonly used antacids?

·         What are the effects of anti-cholinergic?

·         • What are emetics?

·         • What are common anti-emetics drugs?

·         • What are side effects of anti-emetics?

·         What are ant diabetic drugs?

·         What are oral hypoglycaemic drugs?

·         What are anti-coagulants?

·         What are anti-hypertensives drugs?

·         What are the common beta blockers?

·         What are the diuretics?

·         What are the common antiretroviral drugs?

·         What are the side effects of lamivudine?

·         What are the side effects of nevirapine?

·         What are the common antimalarial drugs?

·         What are the common antihelminthic drugs?

·         What is the first line drug for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria?

·         What is the most common used glucocorticoids?

·         What is the mode of action of NSAIDs?

·         The doctor prescribes 500 mg of Flucloxacillin. The bottle you have contains 200 mg in 1 ml. How many ml do you give?

·         Mrs. X weighs 70 kg. It has been decided to give her
6mg/kg/dose of Ibuprofen. Work out the dose to be given

·         600 ml of fluid is to be given over 4 hours. What is the
infusion rate (drops per minute) if the drop factor is 15?

·         What are the principles of drug/medicine administration?

·         What are the roles of a nurse during drug administration?

·         What are the different forms of medicine?

·         What are the factors affecting bioavailability of medicine?




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