Quiz 19: Cholinergic Drugs
Q 1Q 1
Indirect-acting cholinergic stimulants increase activity at cholinergic synapses by inhibiting the _______ enzyme. A)monoamine oxidase type A B)monoamine oxidase type B C)acetylcholinesterase D)choline acetyltransferase E)dopa decarboxylase
Q 2Q 2
Because Alzheimer disease is associated with the loss of cortical neurons that release acetylcholine,_____ may be helpful in improving cognition and memory during the early stages of this disease. A)direct cholinergic stimulants B)indirect cholinergic stimulants C)direct adrenergic stimulants D)indirect adrenergic stimulants E)none of the above;there are no drugs that are useful during any stage of Alzheimer disease
Q 3Q 3
Cholinergic antagonists can be useful in the treatment of the following conditions EXCEPT: A)motion sickness. B)irritable bowel syndrome. C)overactive urinary bladder. D)tachycardia. E)Parkinson disease.