Cardiovascular Drugs

Welcome to Cardiovascular Drugs Quiz.

1. 
Which of the following statements most closely describes the current status of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors in congestive heart failure-

2. 
Digitalis slows the heart in congestive heart failure by-

3. 
The following angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor can reduce cardiac contractility-

4. 
Potentiation of bradykinin appears to play a role in the following effects of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors except-

5. 
The following drug increases cardiac output in congestive heart failure without having any direct myocardial action-

6. 
Captopril produces greater fall in blood pressure in-

7. 
An elderly hypertensive was treated with hydrochlorothiazide 50 mg daily. Even after a month, his BP was not reduced to the desired level and another antihypertensive was added. After 2 hours of taking the other drug his BP fell precipitously. The most likely other drug given to him is-

8. 
Losartan differs from enalapril in the following respect-

9. 
Angiotensin II causes rise in blood pressure by-

10. 
The following is a pressor peptide that can be generated both in circulation as well as locally in certain tissues-


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