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Punjab Pharmacy Technician (I Year & II Year) NTS Simple Solved Papers

Punjab Pharmacy Technician (I Year & II Year) NTS Simple Solved Papers

Pharmacy Technician (I Year & II Year) NTS Simple Papers

SAMPLE PAPER PHARMACY TECHNICIAN IST YEAR PART I

SAMPLE PAPER  PHARMACY TECHNICIAN IST YEAR

SAMPLE PAPER PHARMACY TECHNICIAN IST YEAR PART I PAPER 1

SUBJECT

  1. Human anatomy is the science concerned with which one of the following?
  2. Disease
  3. Drugs
  4. Functions
  5. Genetics
  6. Structure
  7. Which one of the following branches of anatomy deals with the study of the fetus?
  8. Embryology
  9. Gross anatomy
  10. Histology
  11. Neuroanatomy
  12. Surface anatomy
  13. In embryology, which one of the following terms refers to the tail end of the embryo?
  14. Caudal
  15. Cephalic
  16. Lateral
  17. Medial
  18. Rostral
  19. Which one of the following is called “collar bone” felt subcutaneously on the thoracic wall?
  20. 1st rib
  21. 2nd rib
  22. Cervical rib
  23. Clavicle
  24. Sternum
  25. The brachial artery may be felt pulsating deep to which one of the following muscles?
  26. Anconeus
  27. Biceps
  28. Brachioradialis
  29. Deltoid
  30. Triceps
  31. The respiratory center is located in:
  32. Spinal cord
  33. Medulla oblongata
  34. Cerebrum
  35. Cerebellum
  36. Which of the following cell organelle can replicate like DNA and chromosomes during cell mitosis?
  37. Mitochondria
  38. Centriole
  39. Ribosome
  40. Lysosome
  41. Basically cell membranes are composed of:
  42. Phospholipids
  43. Proteins
  44. Carbohydrates
  45. Electrolytes
  46. Both A and B
  47. Oxytocin is secreted from:
  48. Hypothalamus
  49. Anterior pituitary
  50. Posterior pituitary
  51. Thyroid
  52. Pineal

10. The storage form of Iron is:

  1. Transferring
  2. Ferritin
  3. Hemosiderin
  4. Albumin
  5. Globulin

11. Amylases are found in:

  1. Pancreatic glands
  2. Hepatic glands
  3. Salivary glands
  4. Both A and C

12.“Rennin” is used in:

  1. Papermaking
  2. Winemaking
  3. Cheesemaking
  4. Detergent industry
  5. Wood Processing

13. Normal Blood Pressure Range is:

  1. 120/80 mm Hg
  2. 130/70 mm Hg
  3. 120/60 mm Hg
  4. 140/90 mm Hg
  5. 160/80 mm Hg

14. Checking the performance of the instrument is:

  1. First-line quality control
  2. Second-line quality control
  3. Third line quality control
  4. Fourth line quality control

15. The purest form of sampling based on probability is:

  1. Random sampling
  2. Non-random sampling
  3. Systematic sampling
  4. Stratified sampling
  5. Convenient sampling

16. Man is an intermediate host for which of the following?

  1. Pinworm
  2. Filaria
  3. Guinea worm
  4. Tapeworm
  5. Malaria

17. Which of the following drug is used to prevent Malaria?

  1. Mebendazole
  2. Thiabendazole
  3. Piperazine
  4. Chloroquine

18. The type of image obtained in the compound microscope is:

  1. Real
  2. Inverted
  3. Virtual
  4. Concave
  5. Convex

19. The presence of bacteria in the bloodstream is known as:

  1. Viraemia
  2. Septicemia
  3. Bacteremia
  4. Bactericidal

20. Scarlet fever is caused by which of the following?

  1. Salmonella typhi
  2. Streptococcus viridans
  3. Staphylococcus aureus
  4. Streptococcus pyogenes

DESCRIPTIVE PORTION

21. Classify synovial joints according to the shape of articulating surfaces and range of movements. Give examples of each variety.

22. Enumerate 5 layers of the epidermis.

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN IST YEAR PART I PAPER 2

SUBJECT

  1. Hospital pharmacies carry out a number of unique activities such as a unit dose drug distribution system, repackaging, floor stock, and an IV admixture/TPN service. What is the advantage of a unit dose drug distribution system?
  2. There is no advantage, it is a standard
  3. It helps with management
  4. It is protocol
  5. It saves money and reduces the chance of medication errors
  6. It makes distribution easier
  7. Under the organization of the hospital, which committee is responsible for the prevention of nosocomial infections in the hospital?
  8. Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
  9. Disease Control Committee
  10. Infection Control Committee
  11. Institutional Review Board
  12. Communicating in the hospital setting often means working with a wide variety of other healthcare providers. Understanding what role they play in the patients’ healthcare is essential to effective communication. What duties does a phlebotomist have?
  13. Assessing the patient’s readiness for surgery
  14. They are involved in the diagnostic testing of infants, children and adults with underlying medical concerns including disease and sleep disorders.

To help people who suffer from chronic respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchitis and emphysema.

Their function is to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research.

To practice in the field of health sciences focusing on safe and effective medication use.

  1. Ibn Baytar (d.1248) described some 1400 drugs derived from various plants including some 200 new plants in his book “Kitab al-Jamey fil Adwiya alMufrada”. Which of the following is Ibn Baytar credited with discovering?
  1. various types of foods and drugs and their effects on a person’s health
  1. the preparation of drugs by sublimation and distillation
  2. more than 350 colored renderings of plants and animals
  3. the earliest known herbal treatment for cancer: Hindiba
  4. discourses on melancholy, a treatise on the pulse, and one on materia medica
  5. The pH at which an enzyme has maximum activity is known as:
  6. Optimum pH
  7. Isoelectric pH
  8. Low pH
  9. High pH
  10. Maximum pH
  11. The amino acid which has a pK near 4 and thus is negatively charged at pH 7 is:
  1. Alanine
  2. Glutamic acid
  3. Glutamine
  4. Aspargine
  5. Threonine
  6. What is the most appropriate treatment that could be dispensed over-the-counter for irritation caused by contact dermatitis?
  7. Eurax cream
  8. Canesten HC cream
  9. Hydrocortisone cream
  10. Clarityn tablets
  11. Pevaryl cream
  12. A 24 years old woman comes to the pharmacy with a new prescription for amitriptyline 25 mg tablets, two tablets t.d.s. The label produced for

the medicine dispensed to the patient should include:

  1. take two tablets three times daily
  2. take two tablets four times daily
  3. take two tablets three times daily after meals
  4. take two tablets three times daily before meals
  5. You have in your pharmacy a cream containing 0.5% w/w

hydrocortisone. You have been requested to use this cream as a base and to add in sufficient calamine such that the final concentration of

calamine in the new cream will be 10.0% w/w. What is the concentration of hydrocortisone in the new cream?

  1. 0.3% w/w
  2. 0.45% w/w
  3. 0.5% w/w
  4. 0.05% w/w

10. Which of the following is NOT an example of Chemical incompatibility?

  1. Precipitation
  2. Colour change
  3. Effervescences
  4. Insolubility
  5. Decomposition

11. Which one of the following belongs to the family Liliaceae?

  1. Vanilla
  2. Almond
  3. Senna
  4. Colchicum
  5. Opium

12. Which one of the following belongs to the family Solanaceae?

  1. Capsicum
  2. Digitalis
  3. Male Fern
  4. Agar
  5. Ephedra

13. An agent which is responsible for artificial abortion is known as:

  1. Abstinence
  2. Acrid
  3. Abortifacient
  4. Abortant
  5. Bruccal

14. Which one of the following is defined as a compound which upon hydrolysis give rise to one or more sugars and a non sugar compound?

  1. Fixed oil
  2. Volatile oil
  3. Resin
  4. Glycoside
  5. Carbohydrate

15. Which one of the following terms is usually restricted to the agents which have one or more heterocyclic rings containing nitrogen?

  1. Enzymes
  2. Tannin
  3. Vitamins
  4. Alkaloid
  5. Phenols

16.Fibrinolysin is used to treat _______.

  1. Inflammation
  2. Antipyretic
  3. Venous Thrombosis
  4. Spleenomegally
  5. Achly-gastrica

17.Pancreatin is used to treat ________.

  1. Liver Cirrhosis
  2. Pancreatitis
  3. Hepatomegaly
  4. Pulmonary Embolism
  5. Asthma

18. What is the biological source of Pale Catechu?

  1. Acacia catechu
  2. Uncaria Gambier
  3. Quercus infectoria
  4. Coriander Sativum
  5. Acacia Arabica

19.What is the biological source of peppermint oil?

  1. Mentha Spicata
  2. Mentha Piperita
  3. Illicium Varum
  4. Cassia Cinnamomum
  5. Menthol

20. Which one of the following alkaloids has antihypertensive properties?

  1. Morphine
  2. Emetine
  3. Cocaine
  4. Reserpine
  5. Atropine

DESCRIPTIVE PORTION

21. Discus the isotonic solution with example and give its applications.

22. What is the prescription? Enumerate its parts and give the detail about the inscription

23. What do you mean by crude drug evaluation? Write down the name of the different methods of evaluation and give detail about organoleptic evaluation.

24. What are resins? Write down the botanical name, chemical class, family, chemical constituents and medicinal uses of colocynth.

 

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN SECOND YEAR PART II

PAPER 1

SUBJECT

  1. Which one of the following ways is Hospital Pharmacy Services NOT similar to Community Pharmacy Services?
  2. Maintaining drug treatment records
  3. Ordering and stocking medications and medical supplies
  4. Providing information about the proper use of medications
  5. Enforcing how opened unit doses can be returned to stock
  6. Preparing medications in various dosage forms for dispensing
  7. What are Outpatient Pharmacy Services?
  8. Many hospitals offer these services such as nutrition support, pharmacokinetics, critical care, and other specialties.
  9. Most hospitals have a drug information service that is primarily responsible for making recommendations on a drug formulary.
  10. Many large hospitals need to serve the medication needs of patients discharged from the hospital, as well as for those patients who are seen in the emergency room or other

ambulatory clinics adjoining the hospital.

  1. Many hospitals provide expert consultations in such areas as pediatric pharmacology, nutritional support, and pharmacokinetics
  2. ________ is used in the hospital pharmacy to increase accuracy and

improve efficiency and quality of pharmacy services.

  1. Automation
  2. Technology
  3. Marketing
  4. Robotic procedure
  5. Medication
  6. The optimal pH for the enzyme rennin is:
  7. 2.0
  8. 4.0
  9. 5.0
  10. 6.0
  11. 8.0
  12. The purity of an isolated protein can be tested by employing various

methods:

  1. Solubility curve
  2. Ultra-Centrifugation
  3. Molecular weight
  4. Immuno Reactivity
  5. All of the above
  6. Which of the following is required for crystallization and storage of the hormone insulin?
  7. Mn++
  8. Mg++
  9. Ca++
  10. Zn++
  11. The first enzyme isolated, purified, and crystallized from Jack bean (Canavalia) by summer in 1926 was:
  12. Urease
  13. Insulin
  14. Ribonuclease
  15. Zymase
  16. Enzyme
  17. Drug substances most frequently are administered orally by the means

of solid dosage forms such as _______ and _______.

  1. Tablets … capsules
  2. Forms … periodic
  3. Drugs … tablets
  4. Capsules … forms
  5. Periodic … pills
  6. Appropriate preparations that could be dispensed over-the-counter to

treat motion sickness includes all of the following EXCEPT:

  1. Stugeron
  2. Avomine
  3. Kwells
  4. Motilium
  5. Phenergan

10. How many tablets of prednisolone 5 mg should be dispensed to a patient

who has been prescribed prednisolone 25 mg for 5 days?

  1. 5
  2. 125
  3. 25
  4. 50
  5. 45

11. Hospital pharmacies carry out a number of unique activities such as a unit dose drug distribution system, repackaging, floor stock, and an IV admixture/TPN service. What is the advantage of a unit dose drug distribution system?

  1. There is no advantage, it is a standard
  2. It helps with management
  3. It is protocol
  4. It saves money and reduces the chance of medication errors
  5. It makes distribution easier

12.Under the organization of the hospital, which committee is responsible for the prevention of nosocomial infections in the hospital?

  1. Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
  2. Disease Control Committee
  3. Infection Control Committee
  4. Institutional Review Board

13. Communicating in the hospital setting often means working with a wide variety of other healthcare providers. Understanding what role they play in the patients’ healthcare is essential to effective communication. What duties does a phlebotomist have?

  1. Assessing the patient’s readiness for surgery
  2. They are involved in the diagnostic testing of infants, children, and adults with underlying medical concerns including disease and sleep disorders.
  3. To help people who suffer from chronic respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema.
  4. Their function is to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research.
  5. To practice in the field of health sciences focusing on safe and

effective medication use.

14. Ibn Baytar (d.1248) described some 1400 drugs derived from various

plants including some 200 new plants in his book “Kitab al-Jamey fil

Adwiya alMufrada”. Which of the following is Ibn Baytar credited with discovering?

  1. various types of foods and drugs and their effects on a person’s health
  1. the preparation of drugs by sublimation and distillation
  2. more than 350 colored renderings of plants and animals
  3. the earliest known herbal treatment for cancer: Hindiba
  4. discourses on melancholy, a treatise on the pulse, and one on materia medica

15. The pH at which an enzyme has maximum activity is known as:

  1. Optimum pH
  2. Isoelectric pH
  3. Low pH
  4. High pH
  5. Maximum pH

16. The amino acid which has a pK near 4 and thus is negatively charged at pH 7 is:

  1. Alanine
  2. Glutamic acid
  3. Glutamine
  4. Aspargine
  5. Threonine

17. What is the most appropriate treatment that could be dispensed over-the-counter for irritation caused by contact dermatitis?

  1. Eurax cream
  2. Canesten HC cream
  3. Hydrocortisone cream
  4. Clarityn tablets
  5. Pevaryl cream

18. A 24 years old woman comes to the pharmacy with a new prescription for amitriptyline 25 mg tablets, two tablets t.d.s. The label produced for the medicine dispensed to the patient should include:

  1. take two tablets three times daily
  2. take two tablets four times daily
  3. take two tablets three times daily after meals
  4. take two tablets three times daily before meals
  5. take one tablet three times daily

19. You have in your pharmacy a cream containing 0.5% w/w

hydrocortisone. You have been requested to use this cream as a base and to add in sufficient calamine such that the final concentration of

calamine in the new cream will be 10.0% w/w. What is the concentration of hydrocortisone in the new cream?

  1. 0.3% w/w
  2. 0.45% w/w
  3. 0.5% w/w
  4. 0.05% w/w
  5. 0.045% w/w

20. Which of the following is NOT an example of Chemical incompatibility?

  1. Precipitation
  2. Colour change
  3. Effervescences
  4. Insolubility
  5. Decomposition

DESCRIPTIVE PORTION

21. What are the different methods of family planning? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Diaphragm?

22. What are the five rights for correct drug administration?

23. What is the first falling-rate period in the drying process?

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN SECOND YEAR PART II PAPER 2

SUBJECT

  1. The ability of the drug to bind with its receptor is known as:
  2. Intrinsic Activity
  3. Extrinsic Activity
  4. Availability
  5. Affinity
  6. Sensitivity
  7. What do you call if there is a rapid decrease in responsiveness after the administration of drugs?
  8. Tachyphylaxis
  9. Dependence
  10. Addiction
  11. Hypersensitivity
  12. Hyperactivity
  13. The female is more susceptible to autonomic drugs because of estrogen______.
  1. Increase metabolism of the autonomic drug
  2. Increase absorption of the autonomic drug
  3. Increase the elimination of the autonomic drug
  4. Inhibit choline esterase
  5. Stimulate choline esterase
  6. Which one of the following is used for the diagnosis of myasthenia gravis?
  1. Methacholine
  2. Bethanecol
  3. Pilocarpine
  4. Physostigmine
  5. Edrophonium
  6. Which one of the following antiepileptic drugs belongs to the hydantoin group?
  1. Carbamazepine
  2. Phenytoin
  3. Diazepam
  4. Valproic Acid
  5. Ethosuximide
  6. Which one of the following is converted into Phenobarbital?
  7. Primidone
  8. Ethotoin
  9. Trimethdione
  10. Nitrazepam
  11. NaBr
  12. Which one of the following is intravenous anesthetic:
  13. Diethyl ether
  14. Halothane
  15. Ketamine
  16. Enflurane
  17. Chloroform
  18. Which one of the following is NOT the advantage of chloroform:
  19. Non-Inflammable
  20. Non-Explosive
  21. Non Irritant
  22. Cheap
  23. Wide Margin of Safety
  24. Which one of the following used in cyanide poisoning:
  25. Calcium Channel Blocker
  26. Beta-Blocker
  27. Nitrates
  28. ACE Inhibitor
  29. Alpha Blocker

10.Which one of the following anti-asthmatic act by preventing mast cell

degranulation?

  1. Atropine
  2. Albuterol
  3. Ephedrine
  4. Cromolyn Sodium
  5. Verapamil

11. Pharmacy ethics is a branch of _____ ethics.

  1. Legal
  2. Social
  3. Medical
  4. Social and legal
  5. Legal and political

12. The Poison Act, 1919 extends to the _______ of Pakistan.

  1. Federally administered areas
  2. Whole
  3. Capital
  4. Provinces

13. According to the Dangerous Drug Act, 1930 “dangerous drugs” includes________.

  1. Coca leaf, hemp and opium, and all manufactured drugs
  2. Coca leaf, hemp, and opium
  3. Coca leaf and hemp
  4. Hemp and opium
  5. Coca leaf and all manufactured drugs

14. According to the Dangerous Drug Act, 1930 “ to export from Pakistan” means:

  1. To take out of Pakistan
  2. To take out of Pakistan by land
  3. To take out of Pakistan by land and sea
  4. To take out of Pakistan and by air cross
  5. To take out of Pakistan by land, sea or air cross

15. Definitions of various terms used in the Punjab Drug Rules 1988 are given in section ________ of the same Act.

  1. 3
  2. 2
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

16.CPU is:

  1. Software
  2. Hardware
  3. Software and Hardware
  4. Malware
  5. Spyware

17. What does the “Delete” command do?

  1. Deletes the characters
  2. Does not delete the input from key
  3. Checks the spellings
  4. Corrects the grammar
  5. Aligns the paragraph

18.Ctrl + B key in MS-Word:

  1. converts selected text into the next larger size of the same font
  2. adds a line break to the document
  3. makes the selected text bold
  4. applies Italic formatting of the selected text
  5. makes the selected text colored

19. What is referred to by the term ‘Hypertext’?

  1. That links a PC to the server
  2. The text which is used between a PC and ISP
  3. The text which can be read with special software
  4. The text which is secret
  5. Text that links to other information

20.MS Excel sheet consists of _________.

  1. Text boxes
  2. Rows & Columns
  3. Pictures & Drawings
  4. Rows & Text
  5. Tables & pictures

DESCRIPTIVE PORTION

21. What do you call the unusual response of any drug elicited by an individual?