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Question 1:
What is the elimination half life of Mycophenolic acid?
.1 hr
16u201318 hours
4 to 5 hours
2u20133 hours

Question 2:
How is Mycophenolic acid excreted?
Biliary, renal
Renal, very low
Renal 93%
95% Biliary, 5% Renal

Question 3: Intravenous (IV) administration of mycophenolate mofetil is also commonly associated with thrombophlebitis and ________.
ThrombosisCerebral venous sinus thrombosisDeep vein thrombosisLymphedema

Question 4: A combination of mycophenolate and ribavirin has been found to stop infection by and replication of ________ virus in vitro.
EbolaDengue feverYellow feverJapanese encephalitis

Question 5: Mycophenolic acid (INN) (pronounced /ˌmaɪkoʊfɨˈnɒlɪk/) or mycophenolate is an immunosuppressant drug used to prevent rejection in ________.
Organ transplantSurgeryTransplantation medicineEndocrinology

Question 6: Common ________ (≥1% of patients) associated with mycophenolate therapy include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, infections, leukopenia, and/or anemia.
Adverse drug reactionSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitorAntidepressantBenzodiazepine

Question 7:
Mycophenolate is potent and can be used in place of the older anti-proliferative ________.
AzathioprineLeflunomideMethotrexateTacrolimus

Question 8: Mycophenolate sodium has also been used for the prevention of rejection in liver, heart, and/or ________ in children >2 years.
Kidney transplantationHeart-lung transplantImmunosuppressive drugLung transplantation

Question 9: [3] Further work addressing maintenance therapy demonstrated mycophenolate superior to ________, again in terms of response and side-effects.
DoxorubicinVincristineCyclophosphamideMethotrexate

Question 10: In general, mycophenolate is used for the prevention of ________ rejection.
SurgeryTransplantation medicineEndocrinologyOrgan transplant







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