Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 1, Sept 14, 2010
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 100 (All questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 75 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the leftmost

Dr. Nutan, 2009
Drug distribution and protein binding
1. Which of the following can be considered true for apparent volume of distribution?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
It is the combined volume of blood, tissue and other organs where drug is distributed.
It is a true

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Quiz 4, Basic Pharmacokinetics (PHAR 742)
November 17, 2010
Instructions:
o Total points: 20 (All questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 20 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from

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Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Quiz 1, September 7, 2010
Time: 20 min
Points: 10
Choose the best possible answer.
Name:
1. Which of the following

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Quiz 2, September 28, 2010
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 10 (All questions carry equal points)
o Duration: 20 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the leftmo

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conc. after 24 hrs? = steady state conc (Css)
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Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Quiz 3, October 27, 2010
1. A patient is to be given 100 mg of gentamicin intravenously over 1 hr every 8 hrs. If the k is
0.20 hr-1 and VD of 15 L, how long will it take to reach steady state?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
2.5 hrs
3.5 h

Absorption: process by which unchanged drug proceeds from site of admin to
site of measurement w/in body usually blood or plasma
Distribution: reversible transfer of a drug to and dfrom the site of measurement
Elimination: irrevversible loss of drug form

Final Exam keys (partial)
Basic Pharmacokinetics (PHAR 742)
December 4, 2013
Part A
1. Which of the following statements is correct for measurement of drug concentration?
a) Chromatographic methods for drug analysis are less discriminating since they
cann

Dr. Nutan 2013
Clearance Concepts
Solution of the practice problems in the handout
Slide# 6:
The total body clearance of a drug is 350 ml/min. If 40% of a given dose is found
unchanged in urine, calculate the renal and hepatic clearances assuming liver an

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Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 5, November 22, 2011
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Total points: 100
Duration: 75 minutes
20 questions, All questions carry equal points
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Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 5, November 22, 2011
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Total points: 100
Duration: 75 minutes
20 questions, All questions carry equal points
Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN on the Scantron

Exam 3 solution
Basic Pharmacokinetics (PHAR 742)
November 7, 2013
4. Which of the following is a true statement for oral administration of a single dose of a
drug?
a) No absorption occurs in the post-absorption phase.
b) The last few points in the data r

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 4, PART A
Dr. Nutan
1. Which of the following is a true statement for oral administration of a single dose of a drug?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
No absorption occurs once Cmax is obtained.
Generally the terminal phase represents

Exam 4 review
Q5: Which of the following is true statement of oral administration?
A: Absorption is the maximum at the beginning of the absorption phase
No absorption occurs once Cmax is obtained
Generally the terminal phase represents absorption
The rate

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 3, October17, 2011
Instructions:
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Total points: 100 (All questions carry equal points.)
Total duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Completely fill the circle/box on the scantron corresponding to the best answer.
Write y

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 1, Sept 12, 2013
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 120 (All questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 75 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the leftmost

Exam 3 Part B Guide - Bremick
Scenario: A 54 y-o woman is admitted to your hospital from home after falling backward while climbing up
the basement stairs with a laundry basket in her arms. She hit her head directly on the concrete floor. She
was transpor

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 2, Sept 27, 2011
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 100 (All questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 75 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the leftmost

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 3, November 23, 2010
Part A
1. Gentamicin sulphate was given to an adult male patient (57 yr, 70 kg) by intermittent
IV infusion. One hour infusions of 90 mg of gentamicin were given at 8 hr intervals.
Gentamicin clea

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 2, October 12, 2010
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 100 (All 25 questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 75 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the lef

Basic Pharmacokinetics, PHAR 742
Exam 1, Sept 8, 2011
Name:
Instructions:
o Total points: 100 (All questions carry equal points.)
o Duration: 75 minutes
o Use a #2 pencil to bubble-in only last four digits of your UIN. Enter the digits from the leftmost
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