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Social Pharmacy Quiz

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What does the WHO consider to be a fundamental right of all individuals?

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Which of the following is not a method of family planning?

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What is the main objective of the National Health Mission (NHM)?

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What is the importance of pharmacists in immunization?

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What is the main objective of the National Health Policy of India?

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What is the main focus of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?

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In what way can pharmacists support the use of family planning methods?

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What are the ill effects of infant milk substitutes and bottle feeding?

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What are the types of immunity?

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What is the main objective of the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)?

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Why is breastfeeding considered to be the best form of nutrition for infants?

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What is the main objective of the National AYUSH Mission (NAM)?

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According to the WHO, what are the main determinants of health?

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Which of the following is the primary role of pharmacists in Demography and Family Planning?

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What is the primary role of pharmacists in mother and child health?

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Which SDG is specifically focused on improving access to healthcare?

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What is the goal of the WHO in terms of health equity?

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What is the main objective of the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) initiative?

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What is the difference between active and passive immunity?

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What does the WHO define as "health"?

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What is the primary role of pharmacists in vaccination?

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What is the main objective of the National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP)?

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How does the WHO define "Health for All"?

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What is the main objective of the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP)?

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How many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are there?

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Pharmacotherapeutics MCQs

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A patient with asthma is prescribed a medication to reduce inflammation in the airways. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with epilepsy is prescribed a medication to prevent seizures. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with type 2 diabetes is prescribed a medication to lower blood sugar levels. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with hyperthyroidism is prescribed a medication to reduce thyroid hormone production. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with anemia is prescribed a medication to increase red blood cell production. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with Alcoholic liver disease is prescribed a medication to reduce inflammation and fibrosis in the liver. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with COPD is prescribed a medication to help with breathing. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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Which of the following is considered a first-line therapy for hypertension?

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A patient with Parkinson's disease is prescribed a medication to increase dopamine levels in the brain. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is prescribed a medication to reduce stomach acid. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with Alzheimer's disease is prescribed a medication to improve memory and cognitive function. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with type 2 diabetes is prescribed a medication to increase insulin production. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with Peptic Ulcer Disease is prescribed a medication to inhibit acid and pepsin secretion. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with angina is prescribed a medication that improves blood flow to the heart. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with hyperlipidemia is prescribed a medication to lower cholesterol levels. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with congestive heart failure is prescribed a medication to improve blood flow and reduce the workload on the heart. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient who has had a stroke is prescribed a medication to dissolve blood clots. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with COPD is prescribed a medication to help clear mucus from the lungs. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with sickle cell anemia is prescribed a medication to prevent sickle cell crises. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with hyperthyroidism is prescribed a medication to block the effects of thyroid hormone. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with asthma is prescribed a medication to open up constricted airways. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with migraines is prescribed a medication to prevent headaches. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with a history of myocardial infarction is prescribed a medication to prevent future heart attacks. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with hypothyroidism is prescribed a medication to replace the thyroid hormone. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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A patient with COPD is prescribed a medication to reduce inflammation in the airways. What class of drugs is this medication likely from?

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Pharmacology & Toxicology MCQs for DPEE | D.Pharma Exit Exam Most Important Question 2022-23

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Activation of alpha-2 receptors in the pancreatic islets causes

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In belladonna poisoning convulsions can be controlled by

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Neostigmine may cause all of the following except

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Drug of choice in the treatment of cardiogenic shock is

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Tolbutamide is contraindicated in

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Neostigmine effectively antagonizes skeletal muscle relaxation produced by

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Mechanism of action of organic phosphate parathion is

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Drug of choice in motion sickness is

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In urinary incontinence following drug is widely used:

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Phentolamine is competitive antagonism of

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Morphine affects the eyes by:

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Isolated rabbit jejunum is used

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Acetylcholine and physostigmine are examples of……………… type drug interaction.

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Most of the drug is absorbed through

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Sweating is inhibited by

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Drug of the following drugs. Does not cross the blood-brain barrier?

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All of the following may enhance the action of sulfonylureas except

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Local anesthetics produce:

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Which of the following agent irreversibly bound with acetyl cholinesterase.

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Alcuronium is a semisynthetic derivative with similar properties of

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Undesirable effects of oral contraceptives include all except

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In the treatment of myasthenia gravis, the best agent for distinguishing between myashenic crisis and cholinergic crisis, given intravenously is

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Which of the following is CYP450 enzyme inhibitor?

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In the bioassay the conviction activity in mice is observed during……………use.

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All of the following statement related to neostigmine are correct except

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Most common Phase -2nd reaction is

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Atropine blocks the muscarinic actions of acetylcholine by

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Which of the following drug may cause cycloplegia when used topically in the eye?

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………………drug having highest volume of distribution.

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Muscarinic receptor M4 are mainly located at

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Atropine is used prior the administration of a general Anesthetics agent due to become it

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Antidote of atropine is

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Serious unwanted effect of epinephrine is

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Beta agonist used in bronchial asthma exert action by

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Major adverse effect of clonidine is

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Drug having high affinity but low intrinsic activity is called

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Antidote of organo phosphorus poisoning is

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Spironolactone is a prodrug and its active metabolite is

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Darifenacin is a

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Following are the chloride channel blocker
(P) Amiloride (Q) Cadmium
(R) Picrotoxin. (S) Ketamine

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Atropine over Dosage may cause all of the following except

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Bioassays are carried out to:

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Epinephrine is added to local anaesthetics

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Action of D-tubocurarine is

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Which of the following receptor shows the slowest response?

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Pilocarpine is classified as

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Most serious adverse effect of antithyroid drug, propylthiouracil is

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Which of the following a is directly acting sympathomimetic agent?

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Hormones that increase cyclic AMP in the larger organ include all except

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Ganglionic blocking agent may cause all of the following except

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Pharmacy Law & Ethics Quiz | MCQs

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1. Schedule M, states that

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2. Insulin comes under

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3. Standard for disinfectant fluids come under.

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4. Crocin is sale under

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5. Nominated or elected members in "State Pharmacy Council" hold office for a term of

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6. One of the following forms is needed for the cosmetic manufacture.

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7. "Ampicillin capsule should be used within 24 months." This statement comes under

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8. Form 20 states that

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9. Pharmacy council of India has ______ state government nominated member(s)

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10. Blood Bank comes under the schedule

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11. How many members are elected among themselves by registered Pharmacist of state

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12. In the "Joint State Pharmacy Council" elected member(s) among the Registered Pharmacists is/are

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13. Application for grant of a licence to manufacture Ayurvedic, Sidhha or Unani drugs requires.

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14. Which pharmaceutical product is not included in Schedule C?

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15. Insulin injection according to Schedule P is should be stored

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16. Pharmacy Act is established in

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17. Names of drugs which shall be marketed under generic names only come under

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18. Private testing laboratory for carrying out tests on drugs requires.

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19. If the drug contains in filthy, putrid or decomposed substance then is known as

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20. Appendix II is about

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21. Manufacturing and analytical records of cosmetics are included in which schedule?

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22. "Schedule F3" is related with

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23. Pharmacy Council of India is doing all of below func tions except

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24. In AICTE the chairman is appointed by

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25. Spurious drug comes under

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1. For licence granted to sell by retail drugs, specified in schedule C and C(1) drugs from no. require is

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2. The schedule in Drug and Cosmetics Act that deals with requirement and guidelines of clinical trial, import and manufacture of new drug is

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3. Biological and Biotechnological products are included in schedule.

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4. DTAB has ———————– ex officio members

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5. Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) is reconstituted:

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6. Schedule J is related to

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7. For parenteral preparation in glass containers minimum area required is

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8. As per D and C act schedule T stated about

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9. For schedule X drug use of Human beings special labeling requirement require is

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10. Kala jadu or Kavach comes under

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11. Grant of licence to manufacture a drug requires.

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12. In State Pharmacy Council all following are ex officio members except.

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13. Which of the following is prohibited to be imported?

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14. Schedule X of Drugs and Cosmetics Act comprises

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15. As per schedule P Carbenicillin Sodium Powder Should be Stored in/at

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16. List of drugs whole import, manufacture and sale, labeling and packaging are governed by special provisions are included in schedule.

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17. MHRA is regulatory agency of ……….....

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18. Pharmacy Council of India contain comprises…….. Members (s) from AICTE and UGC.

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19. TGA is regulatory agency of………….

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20. In Phase-2 trial following number of patient should be studied

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21. If blood group is “AB” then colour label used is

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22. The Education Regulation (ER) is published in official gazette by

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23. Aspirin sodium comes under

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24. As per D and C Act “Schedule N” is related with

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25. Standard for mechanical contraceptive comes under Schedule ………………as per D & C Act

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26. Drug and Magic Remedies Act is enacted in

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27. Patent Act is established in

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28. Coca, opium and hemp come under:

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29. Dettol comes under

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30. List of coal tar colours permitted to be used in cosmetics is covered under.

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31. Post marketing surveillance comes under clinical trial

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32. Schedule D as per D & C Act is concerned with

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33. State Pharmacy Council should have the following number of elected members.

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34. Schedule N states

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35. As per D & C Act “Schedule FF” is related with

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36. One of the following is/all ex officio member(s) of State Pharmacy Council

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37. Purpose of Phase-3 trial is

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38. Example of Schedule G drug is

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39. The first edition of India Pharmacopoeia was published in the year :

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40. Pack size of drug is covered under

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41. List of drugs which should be used by patient under medical supervision is covered under………..as per D & C Act.

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42. Schedule…………… of Drugs and Cosmetics Act in Cludes requirements and guidelines on clinical trials for import and manufacturing of new drugs.

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43. Hatch Waxman Act is related to

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44. In 1954 one of the following act is passed

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45. If drug is so colored, coated or polished that damage its therapeutic value or it is made to appear of better or greater therapeutic value than it really is known as

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46. Insulin injection according to schedule P is should be stored

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47. Injection syringe and needles are covered under

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48. Schedule C is related to

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49. Pro-forma for sending memorandum is included in which schedule?

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50. MCC is regulatory agency of ……………

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