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Unformatted text preview: (B “*1?qu your name on the front and on the hack"; e e BMW” PUT ALL ANSWERS (ON SCAN [email protected] THOSE WILL BE GRADED 1. Used to treat hypertension g A beta~2 antagonistttflgg D. All of these {is} An ACE inhibitor] 3 . E. Two ofthese Q Atropine ’ 2. Associated with N—l receptors A . Somatic a’ff£_\re11t pathways X ,B’. HYTRlNy/ B. Parasympathetic afferent pathways 51 E. Two of these (C? Sympathetic efferent pathways J 3. Associated with muscarinic receptors Sympathetic afferent D. All of these :B‘- Parasympathetic efferentf V E. Two of these {QT Parasympathetic afferent 4. Associated with alpha-2 receptors [email protected] Sympathetic efferentJ D. None of these B”. Parasympathetic afferent B. All of these Q’. Sympathetic «afferent “35¢,“ c. wow-.5 r 5 KM kafi as ‘W ’ 5 A thoracic spinal nerve will always ‘ A. Have N~2 receptors associated with it ® All of these ~B’. Have N—l receptors associated with it E. Two of these - C. Be aired “2‘“ ‘2‘ 1" P hl‘hwflw qfd'yéfi 6. Associated with apocrine sweat glands A”. Muscarinic receptors$ D. All of these {E Sympathetic efferent pathways E. Two of these 2’. N—2 receptors a]. I 7. Could be used to block transmission in the pyramidal pathway tn 0‘"°““e- «A. Atropine¥ J3. None of these . Inderaly/ E. Two of these . Tubadil c9 gt; gnaw. , 8. Used to treat glaucoma X Ismelin K eL ~§ Physostigminex/ QT DEMSER7< ‘ n’. MAXAIR 22¢ E. DOBUTREX ‘L"ji9—;:'?Could be used to treat hypertension cA. VASOTE ‘/ D. All of these B’. .A beta-1 agonist @Two of these —C. DlOVAN ( 10. Prozac has an effect on this neurotransmitter A. Glutamate Y D. Glycine B. Dppamin e X EINone of these ~© Serotonin / 11. Associated with the 5th cranial nerve . -A. Chewingx/ £37 All of these ~B. Trigeminal \/ 1. Two of these -C. Tic douloureux~ 12. Meningitis - . Is usually caused by bacteria] D. Two of these . Is usually fat-ali E. None of these 6. Is typically transinittedivia an arthropocbl 13. Reye’s syndrome oA. Is a type of encephalitis JTF B’. Is associated with Tylenol ingestion ’ C. Is associated with other Viral diseases/«' (D. Two of these B. All of these 14. A pre—ganglionic Wfiber may synapse directly with ~A. A paravertebral ganglion { ‘ . D. All of these ~B. The superior cervical ganglionJ G3) :Two of these (QT Aterminal gangliony'L ,. The superior mesenteric ganglion - A. Secretes norrepinephrine J v'B. Has N-l receptors on it ‘l (Z. Is the nerve cell body of a-na-u-lftipolar—neuren ’ 16- NW -A. There may be post~synaptic alpha receptors- ‘B. There may be pie—synaptic alpha receptors “- C. There may be muscarinic receptors D. All of these CE) Two of these @ All of these . Two of these inf—4. v—xc -Mll/M gfmg M 17. Parasympathetic efferent pathways ~A. Have two neurons in them] ' @ All of these 13’. Perceive organic sensations )Z ‘ . Two of these -’ C. Are found in spinal nerves“ 18. Associated with the parasympathetic nervous system A”. Cervical spinal nerves )4 D. Two of these B. Long postgan lionic fibers in their afferent pathwaysf® None of these Q”. Adrenergic >53, 19. Muscarinic receptors , A Are typically found on post ganglionic sympathetic gangliaX @ Are typically found on post gariglionic parasympathetic neurons>< . Outnumber nicotinic receptors ' D. All of these E.. Two of these 20; Glycine ‘ \ K. Is a biogenic amine D. None of these . Is affected by the benzodiazepines E. Two of these [email protected] Is inhibitory \ 21. Viagra is thought to have an effect on this neurotransmitter Q A. Nitfims oxide! \_ . GABA 0/ B”. EnkephalinsX ° None of these 2’. Histamine % 22. At muscarinic sites ff. Phosphodiesterase inactivates ACH )4 D. Two of these 3/. ACT-I is transported back into the cholinergic neuron)L ® None of these ,6. ACH acts as an autocrine secretion. )( 23. Post—ganglion'c sympathetic neurons ma secrete 'A. ACH ' ®. All of these , .. .. J 6; \aTaA B. Epinephiine \/ E. Two of these V , 'f C. Nor—epinephrine xix/Al ; Adrenergic neurons contain A. GGM-T / ‘D. All of these *B. Tyrosine hydroxylase @Two of these e C. L—DOPA 4/ 25. Alpha receptors - A. May be inhibitory / J ® Two of these ~ B. May work via a CAMP systei B. All of these Q. Are found on theheartfi ' 26. May be a neurotransmitter from post- ganglionic sympathetic neurons —A. ATP t All of these ~13. Nor-epinephrine . Two of these ”C. Epinephrine 27. Sympathetic afferent fibers A”. zPromote emergency fruictions§< D. Two of these 132 Secrete nor-epinephrine?4 , CE) None of these ,6 Promote vegetative functions "j 28. Arterioles *A. May be innervated by a single pie—ganglionic cholinergic neuron/ ' r. ”B. May have alpha and beta receptors on them / a C. Are rarely innervated by the parasympathetic nervous system \/ (If)? All of these ' E. Two of these 29. The first heart sound . - A. Is in part caused by the mural-valve] All of these -B. Occurs during ventricular 'systgle , Two of these - C. Occurs during atrial diastole @ The parasympathetic nervous system SIN" A. Causes the hemeemetriaregulation of cardiac output B". Causes the-heteremetric. regulation of cardiac output Z. Typically innervates arterioles causing vasodilatation E. Typically innervates arterioles causing vasoconstriction . E. None of these V ' #4 May be used to treat hypertension A”. BENTYL‘Q' ® None of these ”B. HYTRlN 3‘ E. Two of these Cf Drugs which increases the delivery of trigger calcium>4 Q 2.} psed to treat hypertension JW’Q. -A. An alpha-2 agonist ' > \B\ qérkl’ofthese/ 'B. An alpha-l antagonistJ \ @ Two of these E. A cardiac glycoside % 33. Arachidonic acid Is made from membrane phospholipidsx/ D. Two of these B’. Can be converted into phospholipase A-2 K B. All of these Z. Can have its synthesis blocked by NSAID’S?< 34. Found inside a muscle fiber )1 T-tubuleX D. All of these - B. Troponin J (E) Two of these — c. Myofibril .J 35. Suppose the gastrochnemius muscle is being directlystiinulated with an electrical stimulus as you record the form curve. Which of the following events would occur during latency? ' [email protected] DHP receptors change conformation D. All of these B. Synaptobrevin “docks” with syntaxin and SNAP—25% E. Two of these Q7 Calcium is released from the t—tubules X 36. The dorsal horn «A. Is part of the CNS / D. All of these 13. Has part of the rubro—spinal pathway in itX ® Two of these vC. Has pseudounipolar neurons in it J _ Ga“?! Tl. ‘ ‘ . 1’3 f3 7 The following are true statements regar-dirrngeiisory pathways 0:“ Qt “V -—A. In the spinal nerves they typically enter the CNS via the dorsal horn ‘/ may} -B. They are found in sacral spinal nerves \/ - C. The stimulus intensity as it is pEfééEi" . s directly and linearly related to the magnitude of the receptor potentia D. Kll‘of‘these (1? Two of these "/1 Cervical spinal nerves ' A. Have a sympathetic afferent function74 D. None of these B. Have a parasympathetic efferent functionX E. Two of these [email protected] Contain neurons from the dorsal column system ’b \/ / \% Thoracic spinal nerves J/Q KY»??? A May contain neurons sensing a full bladder . -B. May contain neurons innervating a dermatome \/ . ' C. May contain neurons that have nicotinic receptors on them \/ CD) All of these 5 E. Two of these fifi‘k We? - 40. The followin- could be found in an efferent pathway of a @ nerve (consider receptors on any n_e,urnn @on any effector). /“> vA. Alpha-1 - D. All of these ’13. Alpha—2 E. Two of these- “C. N—2 V/ « . pl 41. Areas of lowest electrical resistance inleoritractile )po1tion of the heart ‘ A. SA. Node D. Purkinj‘e Fibers 13’. AV Node , E. None of these ’- C. nterca ate disc 5 42. Sympathetic stimulation to the heart " A. Is distributed in spinal nerves T-l through T-4 / B'. Increases the rate at which potassium permeability progressively declines during the pre-potential recorded in ventricul r~r—n—uscle fibers " C. Increases the delivery of trigger calcium “D. All of these ® Two of these 43. Pericardial fluid typically “touches” the... A. Myocardium D. None of these /' '® Epicardiurn E. Two of these (X Fibrous pericardium i ”T 5P4. , (5451-. The followmg drugs are calc1um channel blockers -A. CARDIZl-ElVbf D. All of these 600 ‘60 7 ‘55 \l —B NORVASC J E. Two of these / we PROCARDIAJ . ”65" ' \o — '1 5 3 45. Might be used to treat someone who is in shock c g 1, DEXTRAN D. Two ofthese \ ' 5 ' 0 ” "w" ' T "T" T“ T" . ACTASE E. None of these , , r g SYNCOPE “—r/ “(I @FQON‘x-ecmz. , m” (V at” ‘ 'l A person with blood pressure of 150/90 " rA. Might need to be treated with DIOVAN D. All of these ,8”. Has a mean blood pressure greater than 120 E. Two of these 2'. Most likely has secondary hypertension A=Increase or greater than ”é: @\@ B=Decrease or less than , C= No effect or equal to V‘ W (1&0 _/.;_. 74/ The permeability of a membrane to potassium at rest as compared to its permeability to potassium during depolarization! 48. The effect of stimulating the NTS on the subsequent activity of the vasomotor center 49 The effect of increasing the activity of the baror eceptors on the subsequent activity ,xOf the cardio— inhibitory center. 1' l / 76V 141,755.", 50. The effect of stimulating beta— l receptors on the heart on the end systolic volume. S/T. 3 The likelihood of a terminal ganglion being the nerve cell body of pre-ganglionic fiber as compared to the likelihood of it being the nerve cell body of a post-ganglionic fiber. 1g) The numbel of nerve cell bodies of pre- ~ga11glionic sgmpathetic fibers as compared to i” e number of paravertebial ganglia. 5 3 The significance (impOrtance) of Uptake— l in turning off adrene1 gic 11eu10transmission as compared to the significance of Uptake 2. 54. The effect of sympathetic stimulation 011 the diameter of the pupil 55. The effect of sympathetic stimulation on the contraction of the detrussor muscle 56. The effect of the contraction of the pre- -capillary sphincters of the subsequent flow through the pi eferentlal channels. Ti )2 ’ v..- 57. The effect of LANOXIN on the ejection fraction. IN“ = 7 a2 in questions 58 through 68 assume isolated preparations ”P w “ 58. The effect of pilocarpine on glycoogeii, synthesis in the liver. 59. The effect 011118171311 on g.i. activity % K—a m 60. The effect of DOBUTREX on the diameter of the bronchi EH Mai M 3‘ at 61. The effect of HEQEBAL on heart rate 62. The effect of HYTRTN pips epinephrine on heart rate b fi fi‘ at: 9 9/4: $9 63. The effect of MAXAIR pigs ACT-I on the secretion of fluid by the bronchial glands $1. ’51 I MVQ TN?" 64. The effect of DETBOL pip ESEBINE on contraction of the ciliary muscle £1" \‘NMQ‘ QM‘I\ a 65. The effect of atropine 11 the activity of the piloerector muscles NW N‘ 66. The effect of DBMSBR on the secretion of the lac1imal glands 67. The effect of TEIEIPRMIN plu_s epi on the diameter of the bronchi ”MUM/(V 68. The effect of CAR\DURA on heart rates“ :63?) a). W 69. The number of P waves as compared to the number of R spikes in persons suffering. from ISt degree heart block. WM 70. The effect of increased systolic pressure on afterload 71. The effect of an enlarged heart on the likelihood of re-entry ‘ \ 72. 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