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Metered-dose inhaler: Quiz


Question 1: The medication in a metered dose inhaler is most commonly a bronchodilator, ________ or a combination of both for the treatment of asthma and COPD.
CorticosteroidMineralocorticoidGlucocorticoidSex steroid

Question 2: A nicotine inhaler allows ________ smokers to get nicotine without using tobacco, much like nicotine gum or a nicotine patch.
CigaretteTobacco advertisingTobacco smokingSmoking

Question 3: [5] By 1956 Riker had developed two MDI based products, the Medihaler-Ept containing ________ and the Medihaler-Iso containing Isoprenaline.

Question 4: [2] Both products are β agonists which provide short term relief from asthma symptoms and have now largely been replaced in asthma treatment by ________ which is more selective.

Question 5: Nicotine inhalers that are marketed as nicotine replacement therapy should not be confused with ________, which produce vapour and which are marketed mainly as devices that smokers can use in non-smoking areas.
CanadaElectronic cigaretteUnited KingdomDenmark

Question 6: The replacement of ________ propellants with hydrofluoralkanes resulted in the redesign of metered-dose inhalers in the 1990s.
Carbon tetrachlorideHalomethaneChlorofluorocarbonChloroform

Question 7: It is the most commonly used delivery system for treating ________, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other respiratory diseases.
Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosisAsthmaFarmer's lungHypersensitivity pneumonitis

Question 8: A metered-dose inhaler (MDI) is a device that delivers a specific amount of medication to the ________, in the form of a short burst of aerosolized medicine that is inhaled by the patient.
Respiratory systemImmune systemDigestionLung

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