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  1. 1.Fastest finger first 2. A question will be fired & the team who presses the buzzer first gets to answer first   10 Questions 3.1o marks will be awarded for the right answer and 5 marks will be deducted for the wrong answer or if the team member doesn’t speak after he/she presses the buzzer 4. No forwarding 5. Answering time is only 30 seconds Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  2. QUARTER FINALS: II Qno I Rapid development of tolerance leading to decreased pharmacological response upon repeated administration at short interval is Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  3. Qno II Action of adrenaline and histamine on different receptors but on the same physiological system. This classical action is known as: Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  4. Q no III In a hypertensive patient on Insulin, which of the following drugs is to be used with extra caution? a) Hydralazine b) Prazosin c) Guanethidine d) Propranolol e) Methyldopa Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  5. Q no IV Ocusert contains the medicine : a)Physostigmine b)Atropine c)Tropicamide d)Pilocarpine Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  6. What does the ? depict Q no V ? Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  7. Q noVI Following is a potent anti- emetic agent used in peri- operative period- a) Atropine b) Odansetron c) Hyoscine d) Haloperidol Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  8. Q no VII In which of the following disorders, administration of barbiturates is contraindicated - a) Anxiety disorders b) Acute intermittent prophyria c) Kernincterus d) Refractive status epilepticus Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  9. Q no VIII Baclofen acts as : a)GABA-A receptor agonist b) GABA- B receptor agonist c) GABA-A receptor antagonist d) GABA-B receptor antagonist Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  10. Q noIX A person develops flushing, vomiting, dizziness and rashes after taking alcohol with all of the drugs except a) Fluoxetine b) Metronidazole c) Griseofulvin d) Cefoperazone Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal

  11. Q no X “ Vigabatrin” a new antiepileptic agent acts by – a) GABA- antagonism b) GABA- agonism c) NMDA-antagonism d) Carbonic anhydrase inhibition Rangeel Singh Raina + Gitanjali Kothiyal