July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Pharmaceutics - II ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
i) Inscription is the main part of a Prescription. (T/F)
ii) Deliquescent drugs can be dispensed in powder form. (T/F)iii) Vanishing creams are _________ emulsion.
iv) Eye preparation must be non-sterile. (T/F)v) Suppositories are solid dosage form for the insertion into the body cavities. (T/F)
vi) Large volume of parenterals is also called __________. vii) Write the English translation of S.O.S. / b.i.d.
viii) The full form of LAL test is ______________. ix) The symbol _______ is written before prescribing medication.
x) The synonym of cresol with soap solution is ___________. xi) __________ is a non-ionic surfactant.
xii) Preservatives are prohibited in I.V. Injection having volume more than _____ ml. xiii) What is the chemical name of Tween-80?
xiv) What is Eutectic mixture?xv) Name the different routes of administration of parenteral products.
xvi) Water for Injection I.P. contains pyrogens. (T/F)
Q.3 Write Short Notes on:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16
Properties of an ideal emulsifying agent;
Quality Control of parenteral preparation;
Discuss the different parts of a prescription.
Q.4 Write notes on:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16 Contd….P2/ Pharmaceutics – II GROUP – B
v) Anti-oxidants;vi) Sterile water for Injection;
Q.6 Differentiate between the following:- (Any Four) 4x4 = 16
i) Ointment and Paste;ii) Syrup I.P. and Syrup B.P.;iii) Gargles and mouth wash;iv) Tinctures and Spirits;v) Suspension and emulsion.
Q.7 i) State the reason of cracking of emulsion.
ii) Define and classify mixtures. iii) What is Jelly? Classify jelly with examples. iv) Write the qualities of a good face powder.
Q.8 a) Calculate the required dose of 5 years child, if adult dose is 100 mg. b) Bulk powder for external use. c) Prepare 500 ml. of a 1 in 2000 Solution from the 1:400 Solution. d) Discuss the advantages of parenteral preparation.
*************** July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Pharmaceutical Chemistry - II ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
Alphazolam belongs to _________ derivatives.
Chloramphenicol palmitate has a bitter taste. (T/F)
Trimer of acetaldehyde is known as __________.
Tetracycline forms insoluble chelates with CaCo3. (T/F)
Amphtericin-B is an antifungal antibiotic. (T/F)
Chemically Caffeine is __________ derivatives.
Tinidazole is used in the treatment of Trichromonas Vaginitis. (T/F)
Chloroquine Phosphate is of value in the treatment of hepatic amoebiasis. (T/F)
The chemical name of Paracetamol is ____________.
Halothane is a halogenated hydrocarbon. (T/F)
Insulin is an oral hypoglycemic agent. (T/F)
(b) Arrange the following in pairs in relation to their uses:-
Diazepam, ergocalciferol, chlorambucil, oxazepam,
Vitamin D3, Rifampicin, Vincristin, streptomycin
Q.2 What do you mean by the terms with examples of drugs and their popular market name
Q.3 (i) Draw the structure of the following giving one example of drug:-
Pyridine; Penicillanic acid; Indole; Pyrole.
(ii) Write short account of Benzodiazepine derivatives.
Q.4 Write Short Notes on (Any Four) of the following:- 4x4 = 16
ii) Antileprotic drugs;iii) Xanthine derivatives;
iv) Macrolide antibiotics;v) β - blockers. Contd……….P2/ Pharmaceutical Chemistry – II GROUP – B
Q.5 Write down the physical properties and uses of the following:- 8X2 = 16
a) Anaesthetic ether;b) Cresol;c) Furazolidine;
d) D.E.C. e) Mebendazole;f) Isoniazide;
Q.6 Write down the structure, dosage forms and trade name of the following:- (Any Four)
Phenobarbitone Na; Chloroxylenol; Aspirin; Benzyl Penicillin; Glyceryl trinitrate; Ethambutol HCl.
Q.7 (a) Define antihypertensive drugs. Classify them with examples. (b) Write short notes on preanaesthetic medication. (c) Mention the mechanism of action/Toxic effects of Sulphonamides. (d) Define Tranquiliser. Write notes on ‘Largectil’.
Q.8 Solve the following:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16
ACE inhibitors (examples of drugs and trade name).
Cardiac arrhythmia (Define, examples of drugs)
Write short notes on fluoro-quinolones derivatives.
Define steroid. Draw the basic structure of steroidal nucleus.
Mention the specific uses of Prednisolone; Iopanoic acid; Doxirubicin-B; Silver Sulphadiazine. ***************** July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Pharmacology and Toxicology ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
Name one drug used in cardiac arrhythmia.
Name one antibiotic (Penicillin) used as antipsuedomonial agent.
Write the uses of Quinine and Quinidine.
Give one example of potentiation action of drug.
Name one antimetobolite anticancer drug.
Muscarinic action of Ach. is blocked by __________.
Sulphasalazine is used in __________________.
Insulin is commonly administered by ________ route.
Oral pill contain ________ and __________.
An antihypertensive alkaloid is ____________.
Q.2 Answer in short about the following:- 8x2 = 16
Mention the mechanism of action of co-trimaxazole.
Why local anaesthetics preparations contain adrenaline?
Q.3 Discuss the following diseases with examples of drugs and dosage forms:- (Any Four)
Q.4 (a) Define and classify Sedatives and hypnotics. Write short notes on Benzodiazepine
(b) What do you mean by cardiac arrhythmia? Role of β – blockers in the management
Contd…….P2/ Pharmacology and Toxicology GROUP – B
Q.5 Write short notes on:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16
Q.6 Write down the therapeutic uses and dosage forms of the following:- 8 x 2 = 16
Q.7 (a) Define Antibiotics. Write short notes on macrolide antibiotics.
(b) Define and classify Hansen’s disease. Write notes on Dapsone.
Q.8 Write short notes on:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16 **************** July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
Aged and chronic patients show better compliance. (T/F)
Pyrogens are decomposition product of dead micro-organisms. (T/F)
Naloxone is used in the treatment of morphine poisoning. (T/F)
Essential hypertension is otherwise known as ___________.
Organophosphrus poisons are nothing but ______ inhibitors.
HEPA filter may be used for liquid preparation. (T/F)
A drug being highly protein-bound is less bioavailable. (T/F)
Type-II diabetes is also known as ______________.
The UDDDS stands for ________________.
Glucometer is used for measuring ______________.
Large volume parenteral contains preservatives. (T/F)
Normal range of Hb. values in male is _____ and female is ______.
Normal fasting blood sugar level ranges from ________.
Tetracyclin forms insoluble chelates with iron preparation. (T/F)
Differentiate between ampoules and vials.
Who are referred out patient and emergency outpatient?
What do you mean by “Hospital Formulary”?
Q.3 Write short notes on:- (Any Four) 4x4 = 16
Q.4 Answer the following:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16
Mention the advantages of unit dose drug distribution system;
Location and layout of hospital pharmacy. Contd…….P2/ Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy GROUP – B
Q.5 Mention the significance of the following parameters:- 8 x 2 = 16
Q.6 Mention the mechanism and clinical significance of the following drug-drug
Q.7 (a) Write short notes on Patient Counselling.
(b) Mention the different stages at which the Clinical Pharmacist interacts with a
Q.8 (a) Discuss the factors affecting the bioavailability of drugs.
(b) Discuss the functions of a Hospital Pharmacy. **************** July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Drug Store and Business Management ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
Trial balance is drawn to check __________ accuracy.
Salesmanship is the oldest and most effective technique of ________.
A retailer is a middleman between _______ and ________.
Training is a process of enhancement of existing knowledge of a person.(T/F)
Selection of site for a retail drug store is a significant factor. (T/F)
The minimum area required to open a retail sale drug store is ________.
The registration of partnership is optional. (T/F)
The maximum no. of persons required to run a private company is ________.
Window display creates a ______ of the retail pharmacy.
Fixed rate of dividend is given to _______ shareholders.
Pharmaceutical industry is covered under _________ industry.
Advertisement through Radio is suitable for an illiterate person. (T/F)
Banking removes the hindrance of _________.
Sales are the __________ of business.
Q.3 Explain the following:- (Any Four) 4x4 = 16
Q.4 What do you mean by “Inventory Control”? Mention the objectives and discuss the
various methods of inventory control. Contd…….P2/ Drug Store and Business Management GROUP – B
Q.5 Differentiate between the following:- (Any Four) 4 x 4 = 16
Q.7 Discuss in detail about the various legal requirements to be fulfilled to open a Retail
Q.8 What is market research and how it is conducted and what benefits do we expect out
**************** July, 2012 STATE MEDICAL FACULTY OF WEST BENGAL Diploma in Pharmacy Course Examinations Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS TAKING AT LEAST TWO FROM EACH GROUP: USE SEPARATE ANSWER SCRIPT FOR EACH GROUP GROUP – A
Name the original system of medicine in India.
Narcotic drugs are included in Schedule _________.
In which year the Drugs and Cosmetics Act was adopted?
Mention the year when the first PCI was formed.
DTAB is required to be reconstituted every _____ year.
All parenteral preparations must be stored in refrigerator. (T/F)
The latest publication of I.P. is in the year _________.
Any drug which does not conform to I.P. Standard is called as misbranded drug. (T/F)
The cultivation and sale of the Ganja is restricted by __________.
As per the MTP Act, the minimum age of mother is ______.
No drug can claim to cure Cancer. (correct/wrong)
Education Regulation of D. Pharm. Course is prepared and imposed by ______.
In case of a drug where no expiry date is given, it should be taken as ______.
In PCI there are _________ ex-officio members.
Rate of fee for test or analysis by CDL are mentioned in Schedule ________.
i) Who is the displaced person?ii) What is dangerous drug?
iii) Section 42 of Pharmacy Act, 1948. iv) What is bulk drug?
v) What is the Toilet preparation?vi) Penalty for falsely claiming to be Registered Pharmacist.
vii) Give two examples of drugs to be sold only under generic names. viii) Who are the nominated members of State Pharmacy Council?
Q.3 (a) Briefly narrate the “Pharmacist Oath” in your own approach. (b) Discuss the role of Pharmacist in relation to his/her profession.
Q.4 Write short notes on any four of the following:- 4x4 = 16 Contd…….P2/ Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence GROUP – B
Q.6 (i) Mention the minimum qualification required for a Drug Inspector.
(ii) Discuss the composition of P.C.I.
Q.7 Discuss the following:- 6 + 6 +4 = 16
i) Condition for removal of name from the register of a Registered Pharmacist.
ii) Collection procedure of drug sample by a Drug Inspector.
iii) Mention the general requirement of labeling for all drugs as per Act.
Q.8 Mention the Schedule to which each of the following drugs belongs:- 16 x 1 = 16
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