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5 facts to know about what is NMR spectroscopy
8 precursors essential for biosynthesis of alkaloids
18 classes of important drugs acting on receptors
Structural activity relationships of benzodiazepines
Clinically proved prodrugs and their active metabolites
IUPAC nomenclature of benzodiazepines
Potential drug targets on potassium and chloride channels
Clinically important drugs acting on sodium and calcium channels
6 useful tips to learn pharmacology in easy way
Beta blockers: A central role in cardiac disorders
21 categories of drugs with multiple suffixes
40 suffixes of drugs to fix in your mind easily
A story of freedom fighters in medical world
10 strategies you should follow to get top rank in GPAT
Priority order of functional groups in IUPAC nomenclature
14 Rules you should know to write IUPAC name of organic compounds
How to write IUPAC Name of sulfonamides
Number of NMR signals in cyclic compounds
Pharmaceutical calculations by alligation method
How to determine the number of NMR peaks
Biopharmaceutical calculations in sustain release products
Biopharmaceutical calculations - AUC and clearance
Questions
What is the difference between repolarisation and hyperpolarisation?
How pethidine produces respiratory depression in neonates?
Why cholestyramine should not be taken along with digoxin?
Whether GPAT is an online or offline exam?
Alprazolam is not a GABA-A agonist. Is it true?
Is Levodopa not preferred for Parkinson disease in younger patients?
Does probenecid increase duration of penicillins?
Excretion and elimination : are both same?
Is carbidopa ineffective for Parkinson disease when given alone?
Why stearic acid has more melting point than oleic acid?
How nebivolol produces vasodilatation even it is a beta blocker?
Why Verapamil contraindicated in Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome?
How Digoxin produces ventricular arrhythmias?
How 5-HT1A agonists are useful in anxiety disorders?
Does enalapril produce dry cough?
Why the dose of lidocaine should be adjusted in cardiac patients taking propranolol?
Digoxin is a cardiotonic but how it is indicated for atrial fibrillation?
Does amiodarone produces thyroid abnormalities?
Will procainamide increase QT interval?
How quinidine increases the concentration of digoxin when given concomitantly?
Can lidocaine be given by oral route?
How enalapril decreases blood pressure?
What is chemical equivalence and magnetical equivalence in NMR?
Why atorvastatin is not combined with gemfibrozil?
Why potassium levels should be monitored in patients using ACE inhibitors?
What is atherosclerosis?
How statins decrease cholesterol levels?
Multiple choice questions
Multiple choice questions for GPAT,NIPER|set-1
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Multiple choice questions for GPAT,NIPER|set-5
Test papers
Test paper of Drugs acting on heart failure
Test paper of Antiarrhythmics
Test paper of Antianginals
Test paper of Antihypertensives
Test paper of Antihyperlipidemics
Test paper of Antibacterials
Test paper of Antitubercular
Test paper of Anticancer
Test paper of UV-VIS spectroscopy
Test paper of IR spectroscopy
Test paper of NMR spectroscopy
Test paper of Fluorescence
Test paper of Mass spectroscopy
Test paper of Atomic spectroscopy
Test paper of X-ray diffraction
Test paper of Principles of chromatography
Test paper of HPLC
Test paper of Gas chromatography
Test paper of Thin layer chromatography
Test paper of Principles of titrimetric analysis
Test paper of Acid-base titrations
Test paper of Precipitation titrations
Test paper of Complexometric titrations
Test paper of Redox titrations
Test paper of Other titrimetric analysis
Test paper of Potentiometry
Test paper of Polarography
Test paper of Conductometry
Test paper of Coulometry
Test paper of Amperometry
Test paper of Stereochemistry
Pharmacology classifications
Classification of Cholinergic agents
Classification of Anticholinergic agents
Classification of Adrenergic agonists
Classification of Adrenergic antagonists
Classification of Antiparkinsonian agents
Classification of Antialzheimer agents
Classification of Sedatives and anxiolytics
Classification of Hypnotics
Classification of Antidepressants
Classification of Antipsychotics
Classification of Antiepileptics
Classification of General anesthetics
Classification of Local anesthetics
Classification of Opioids
Classification of CNS stimulants
Classification of Antihypertensives
Classification of Diuretics
Classification of Drugs used in Heart failure
Classification of Antiarrhythmic agents
Classification of Antianginals
Classification of Anticoagulants
Classification of Antiplatelets
Classification of Thrombolytics
Classification of Antihyperlipidemics
Classification of Antidiabetic agents
Classification of Antiasthmatic agents
Classification of Antihistamines
Classification of Drugs acting on GIT
Classification of NSAIDs
Classification of Antirheumatic agents
Classification of Antigout agents
Classification of Antimigraine agents
Classification of Antibacterials
Classification of Antimycobacterials
Classification of Antifungal agents
Classification of Antiviral agents
Classification of Antimalarials
Classification of Antihelmetic agents
Classification of Anticancer agents
Tutorials
Basic of ANS - Introduction
Classification of nervous system
Terminology used in ANS
Neurotransmitter
Anatomy of ANS
Parasympathetic division
Sympathetic divsion
Neurotransmitters in ANS
Functional role of ANS
Dual innervation in ANS
Single innervation in ANS
Cholinergic agonists - Introduction
Nicotinic receptors
Muscarinic receptors
Classification of cholinergic agonists
Directly acting cholinergic agents
Pharmacological actions of directly acting cholinergic agonists
Side effects and uses of directly acting cholinergic agonists
Indirectly acting cholinergic agents
Mechanism of indirectly acting cholinergic agents
Pharmacological actions of indirectly acting cholinergic agents
Side effects and uses of indirectly acting cholinergic agents
Cholinergic antagonists - Introduction
Classification of cholinergic antagonists
Muscarinic antagonists
Pharmacological actions of muscarinic antagonists
Side effects and uses of muscarinic antagonists
Ganglionic blockers
Neuromuscular blockers
Depolarising neuromscular blockers
Actions and uses of depolarising neuromuscular blockers
Non-depolarising neuromuscular blockers
Actions and uses of non-depolarising neuromuscular blockers
Adrenergic agonists -Introduction
Adrenergic receptors
Alpha adrenergic receptors
Beta adrenergic receptors
Classification of adrenerigc agonists
Directly acting adrenergic agents
Catecholamines
Noncatechol amines
Beta adrenergic receptor agonists
Indirectly acting adrenergic agents
Pharmacology of amphetamine
Mixed acting adrenergic agonists
Adrenergic antagonists -Introduction
Classification of adrenergic antagonists
Non-selective alpha blockers
Side effects and uses of non-selective alpha blockers
Selective alpha blockers
Beta blockers
Actions and uses of beta blockers
Beta blockers with additional actions