Select Menu

01 NAPLEX Practice Test | quiz | NABP | North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination



1 >>Acarbose: ?
  • (A) is an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor
  • (B) is safe to use in patients with chronic intestinal disease.
  • (C) is less than 2% absorbed.
  • (D) a and c
2 >>Glyburide: ?
  • (A) may cause a disulfiram-like reaction.
  • (B) has an onset of action of 15-60 minutes.
  • (C) can be used to treat type 1 diabetes mellitus.
  • (D) a and b
3 >>Ranitidine: ?
  • (A) is a histamine-2 antagonist.
  • (B) can be used to treat peptic ulcer disease.
  • (C) may cause dizziness.
  • (D) All of the above
4 >>What is the DEA schedule for Ultram ? ?
  • (A) C-I
  • (B) C-II
  • (C) C-III
  • (D) None of the above
5 >>Captopril is a(n): ?
  • (A) angiotensin-receptor blocker.
  • (B) angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor.
  • (C) beta blocker.
  • (D) thiazide diuretic.
6 >>Which of the following products is/are not appropriate for a patient taking warfarin (Coumadin )? I. Percodan II. Demerol III. Dilaudid ?
  • (A) I only
  • (B) III only
  • (C) I and II
  • (D) II and III

Download








7 >>Furosemide is a(n): ?
  • (A) angiotensin-receptor blocker.
  • (B) angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor.
  • (C) beta blocker.
  • (D) loop diuretic.
8 >>How many tablets of Darvocet-N 100 is in the maximum adult daily dose? ?
  • (A) 6 tablets
  • (B) 8 tablets
  • (C) 10 tablets
  • (D) 12 tablets
9 >>Metoprolol is a(n): ?
  • (A) angiotensin-receptor blocker.
  • (B) angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor.
  • (C) beta blocker.
  • (D) thiazide diuretic.
10 >>Hydrochlorothiazide is a(n): ?
  • (A) angiotensin-receptor blocker.
  • (B) angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor.
  • (C) beta blocker.
  • (D) thiazide diuretic.
11 >>Candesartan is a(n): ?
  • (A) angiotensin-receptor blocker.
  • (B) angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor.
  • (C) beta blocker.
  • (D) thiazide diuretic.
12 >>Tamoxifen is a(n): ?
  • (A) rapid-acting insulin.
  • (B) HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.
  • (C) antiestrogen.
  • (D) corticosteroid.
13 >>Glipizide is a(n): ?
  • (A) rapid-acting insulin.
  • (B) HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.
  • (C) antiestrogen.
  • (D) sulfonylurea.





14 >>Simavastatin is a(n): ?
  • (A) rapid-acting insulin.
  • (B) HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.
  • (C) antiestrogen.
  • (D) corticosteroid.
15 >>Methylprednisolone is a(n): ?
  • (A) rapid-acting insulin.
  • (B) HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.
  • (C) antiestrogen.
  • (D) corticosteroid.
16 >>Lispro is a(n): ?
  • (A) rapid-acting insulin.
  • (B) HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.
  • (C) antiestrogen.
  • (D) corticosteroid.
17 >>Nedocromil is a(n): ?
  • (A) mast cell stabilizer.
  • (B) b-agonist.
  • (C) calcium-channel blocker.
  • (D) H2 antagonist.
18 >>Albuterol is a(n): ?
  • (A) mast cell stabilizer.
  • (B) b-agonist.
  • (C) calcium-channel blocker.
  • (D) H2 antagonist.
19 >>Diphenydramine is a(n): ?
  • (A) mast cell stabilizer.
  • (B) b-agonist.
  • (C) calcium-channel blocker.
  • (D) H1 antagonist.
20 >>Verapamil is a(n): ?
  • (A) mast cell stabilizer.
  • (B) b-agonist.
  • (C) calcium-channel blocker.
  • (D) H2 antagonist.

21 >>Ranitidine is a(n): ?
  • (A) mast cell stabilizer.
  • (B) b-agonist.
  • (C) calcium-channel blocker.
  • (D) H2 antagonist.
22 >>Flexeril is available in which of the following strength(s)? I. 2.5 mg II. 5 mg III. 10 mg ?
  • (A) I only
  • (B) III only
  • (C) I and II
  • (D) II and III
23 >>Fluticasone is a: ?
  • (A) H1 antagonist.
  • (B) H2 antagonist.
  • (C) b-agonist.
  • (D) corticosteroid.
24 >>Which of the following is useful in the treatment of acute, productive cough? ?
  • (A) Guaifenesin
  • (B) Montelukast
  • (C) Ipratropium
  • (D) a and b

Download








25 >>Which of the following is first-line treatment for intermittent asthma? ?
  • (A) Cromolyn sodium
  • (B) Albuterol
  • (C) Prednisone
  • (D) 100% oxygen
26 >>Guaifenesin: ?
  • (A) is an expectorant.
  • (B) is a cough suppressant.
  • (C) thins bronchial secretions.
  • (D) a and c
27 >>Which of the following is an indication for brimonidine? ?
  • (A) Benign prostatic hypertrophy
  • (B) Epilepsy
  • (C) Glaucoma
  • (D) Increased intracranial pressure
28 >>Which of the following is the correct dose of finasteride for benign prostatic hypertrophy? ?
  • (A) 0.1 mg daily
  • (B) 0.5 mg daily
  • (C) 1 mg daily
  • (D) 5 mg daily
29 >>Which of the following is the correct dosage of naproxen? ?
  • (A) 750 mg as initial dose for acute gout
  • (B) 500 mg twice daily for acute migraine
  • (C) 500 mg twice daily for rheumatoid arthritis
  • (D) All of the above
30 >>What is the most appropriate initial treatment for status epilepticus? ?
  • (A) Phenytoin
  • (B) Diazepam
  • (C) Ethosuximide
  • (D) Glutethimide
31 >>Which of the following may cause a lupus-like reaction? ?
  • (A) Guanethidine
  • (B) Methyldopa
  • (C) Hydralazine
  • (D) Diazoxide
32 >>All of the following are calcium channel blockers EXCEPT? ?
  • (A) Amlodipine
  • (B) Ibutilide
  • (C) Nifedipine
  • (D) Verapamil
33 >>A 70-year-old man with renal insufficiency is to be treated with a tetracycline. Which of the following will not accumulate to a great degree in this patient's blood? ?
  • (A) Minocycline
  • (B) Demeclocycline
  • (C) Oxytetracycline
  • (D) Doxycycline
34 >>Which of the following may cause orthostatic hypotension? I. Prazosin II. Sildenafil III. Amitriptyline ?
  • (A) I only
  • (B) III only
  • (C) I and II only
  • (D) I, II, and III
35 >>Vyvanse is indicated for: ?
  • (A) Insomnia
  • (B) ADHD
  • (C) Depression
  • (D) Hyperlipidemia
36 >>How many milligrams of oxycodone HCl are in the lowest strength of Percocet ? ?
  • (A) 1 mg
  • (B) 2.5 mg
  • (C) 5 mg
  • (D) 7.5 mg
37 >>Cholestyramine interferes with the oral absorption of: ?
  • (A) phenobarbital.
  • (B) chlorothiazide.
  • (C) warfarin.
  • (D) a, b, and c
38 >>All of the following are brands of Amoxicillin EXCEPT: ?
  • (A) Moxatag
  • (B) Trimox
  • (C) Kantrex
  • (D) Amoxil
39 >>Anticonvulsants interfere with the metabolism of: ?
  • (A) riboflavin
  • (B) tyrosine
  • (C) renin
  • (D) folic acid
40 >>Zyvox is available as: I. IV injection II. Tablets III. Oral suspension ?
  • (A) I only
  • (B) III only
  • (C) I and II only
  • (D) I, II, and III





More quiz >> NAPLEX  Practical Nurses Quiz

Download NAPLEX PN App

Next
This is the most recent post.
Previous
Older Post
 
Top