2016 Treatments for Acid-Peptic Diseases

Example test questions

  1. Identify the correct match between drug and the mechanism of action that makes the drug an effective treatment for peptic ulcer disease. Answer
    1. aluminum hydroxide / chelates divalent cations
    2. famotidine / muscarinic receptor antagonist
    3. misoprostol / decreases both acid and mucous secretion
    4. pantoprazole / H2 receptor antagonist
    5. pipericillin / bacteriostatic inhibitor of protein synthesis
    6. pirenzipine / proton pump inhibitor
    7. sucralfate / protects the ulcer surface, possibly by increasing prostaglandin and mucous secretion
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