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Naloxone: Quiz


Question 1: On the whole, it is a drug moderately useful in ________ that is further attractive due to its relative lack of desirability to opioid abusers.
AnesthesiaPsychiatryAddiction medicinePain management

Question 2:
How is Naloxone excreted?
Biliary and urinary
Urine, Biliary
found in equine urine up to 96 hours after dosage
Mostly biliary, 10% in urine

Question 3: Enteral naloxone has been successfully used in the reduction of ________ and oesophagitis associated with opioid therapy in mechanically-ventilated acute care patients.

Question 4: Naloxone is most commonly injected ________ for fastest action.
Cream (pharmaceutical)Intravenous therapyEnemaIntraosseous infusion

Question 5:
What is the molecular weight of Naloxone?
327.27 g/mol
211.219 g/mol
1148.403 g/mol
518.05 g/mol

Question 6: The ________ of naloxone is 465-65-6; the anhydrous hydrochloride salt has CAS 357-08-4 and the hydrochloride salt with 2 molecules of water, hydrochloride dihydrate, has CAS 51481-60-8.
Chemical compoundPubChemSimplified molecular input line entry specificationCAS registry number

Question 7:
What is the elimination half life of Naloxone?
2u20133 hours
15 to 30 minutes
1-1.5 hours

Question 8: While naloxone is still often used in emergency treatments for opioid overdose, its clinical use in the long-term treatment of opioid ________ is being increasingly superseded by naltrexone.
Drug addictionAddictionSocial anxiety disorderBenzodiazepine dependence

Question 9: Naloxone is a drug used to counter the effects of opioid overdose, for example ________ or morphine overdose.

Question 10: According to the study: "In three of 14 patients, ________ symptoms disappeared entirely and seven patients showed a marked improvement.
Depersonalization disorderDepersonalizationPanic disorderMajor depressive disorder

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