Drugs Acting on Kidney

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1. 
Aldosterone increases Na+ reabsorption and K+ excretion in the renal collecting duct cells by-

2. 
Thiazide diuretics enhance K+ elimination in urine primarily by-

3. 
The following is true of mannitol except-

4. 
Amiloride inhibits K+ excretion in the distal tubules and collecting ducts by blocking-

5. 
A patient of congestive heart failure was being treated with furosemide and digoxin. He developed urinary tract infection. Which of the following antimicrobials should be avoided-

6. 
In addition to counteracting potassium loss, triamterene also opposes the following consequence of thiazide/furosemide therapy-

7. 
The current therapeutic indication of acetazolamide is-

8. 
Triamterene differs from spironolactone in that-

9. 
Intravenous saline infusion is the treatment of choice for the following complication(s) of vigorous furosemide therapy-

10. 
Select the diuretic which is orally active, efficacious in acidosis as well as alkalosis, causes diuresis even in renal failure and has additional carbonic anhydrase inhibitory action-


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