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Atenolol: Quiz


Question 1: The drug crosses the ________ barrier freely.
Endocrine systemPlacentaTesticleThyroid

Question 2: Unlike most other commonly-used β-blockers, atenolol is excreted almost exclusively by the ________.
Urinary systemLiverEndocrine systemKidney

Question 3: dizziness or faintness (especially cases of ________)
HypertensionOrthostatic hypotensionAortic dissectionPulmonary hypertension

Question 4: A compromised ________ function does not lead to higher peak-activity and/or a longer halflife with possible accumulation.
LiverImmune systemPancreasEndocrine system

Question 5: clonidine), ________ or Angiotensin II receptor antagonists such as losartan can also be given additionally.
ACE inhibitorBeta blockerAntihypertensive drugRenin inhibitor

Question 6:
What is the chemical name of Atenolol (IUPAC)

Question 7: ________ (pulse less than 50 bpm)
Atrial fibrillationBradycardiaTachycardiaMyocardial infarction

Question 8: However, due to its cardioselective properties, the risk of bronchospastic reactions if using atenolol is reduced compared to nonselective drugs as ________.
PropranololMirtazapineAmitriptylineMonoamine oxidase inhibitor

Question 9: Unlike propranolol, atenolol does not pass through the blood-brain barrier thus avoiding various ________ side effects.
White matterCentral nervous systemGrey matterNeuron

Question 10: It is also used to treat the symptoms of ________, until antithyroid medication can take effect.
Diabetes mellitus type 1Hashimoto's thyroiditisGraves' diseaseAutoimmune polyendocrine syndrome

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