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Question 1: ________ is also used for painful mouth sores and to numb areas for dental work and minor medical procedures.
BenzocaineCinchocaineLidocaineCocaine

Question 2: The exact mechanism of carbamazepine, gabapentin and pregabalin is similarly unclear, but these ________ are used to treat neuropathic pain with differing degrees of success.
Mood stabilizerDissociativeAnticonvulsantDepressant

Question 3: ________ (THC) and some other cannabinoids, either from the Cannabis sativa plant or synthetic, have analgesic properties, although the use of cannabis derivatives is currently illegal in many countries.
NabiloneTetrahydrocannabinolCannabidiolNonabine

Question 4: NSAIDs predispose to peptic ulcers, renal failure, allergic reactions, and occasionally ________, and they can increase the risk of hemorrhage by affecting platelet function.
Hearing impairmentTinnitusSensorineural hearing lossPresbycusis

Question 5: The ________ enzyme inhibited by NSAIDs was discovered to have at least 2 different versions: COX1 and COX2.
CyclooxygenaseTryptophan hydroxylaseSqualene monooxygenase21-Hydroxylase

Question 6: ________ (itching) may require switching to a different opioid.
EczemaPsoriasisUrticariaItch

Question 7: ________ and the other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) inhibit cyclooxygenases, leading to a decrease in prostaglandin production.
DiclofenacAspirinIbuprofenEtodolac

Question 8: ________, oxycodone, hydrocodone, diamorphine, pethidine) all exert a similar influence on the cerebral opioid receptor system.
DihydrocodeineCodeineMethadoneHydromorphone

Question 9: Analgesics are frequently used in combination, such as the paracetamol and ________ preparations found in many non-prescription pain relievers.
DihydrocodeineCodeineHydrocodoneMethadone

Question 10: [4] Other psychotropic analgesic agents include ketamine (an NMDA receptor antagonist), ________ and other α2-adrenoreceptor agonists, and mexiletine and other local anaesthetic analogues.
ClonidineMethamphetamineLofexidineProtriptyline
















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