Respiratory System Drugs

Welcome to Respiratory System Drugs Quiz.

1. 
A patient of chronic bronchial asthma was maintained on oral prednisolone 20 mg/day for 3 months. It was decided to switch him over to inhaled beclomethasone dipropionate 200 μg 4 times a day. What should be done to the oral prednisolone medication after starting inhaled beclomethasone-

2. 
Mucokinetic is a drug which-

3. 
Montelukast produces the following action(s) in bronchial asthma patients-

4. 
The following expectorant acts both directly on the airway mucosa as well as reflexly-

5. 
Bronchodilators are useful in cough-

6. 
The following antitussive is present in opium but has no analgesic or addicting properties-

7. 
Select the drug that is neither bronchodilator nor antiinflammatory, but has antihistaminic and mast cell stabilizing activity-

8. 
Select the most appropriate drug for regular prophylactic therapy in a 10 year old child who suffers from exercise induced asthma-

9. 
Which of the following drugs inhibits theophylline metabolism and raises its plasma concentration-

10. 
Select the fastest acting inhaled bronchodilator-


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