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Pharmacology & Mental Health Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What is the interaction when taking nicotine products and bupropion together for smoking cessation?

Question 2 2. What are the three neurotransmitters that bupropion regulates in the brain?

Question 3 3. What's mirtazapine's major use?

Question 4 4.

Duloxetine could be used to treat pain caused by:

I. Diabetes

II. Arthritis

III. Chronic lower back pain

Question 5 5. Although the exact mechanism of action of mirtazapine is unclear, preclinical studies suggest that it works by affecting the levels of which chemicals?

Question 6 6. Off label, fluoxetine is sometimes used to treat:

Question 7 7. Escitalopram is better known as:

Question 8 8. The initial dose of fluoxetine for depression might be:

Question 9 9. To treat depression, anxiolytic may be given at a dose of _____ per day.

Question 10 10. Fluoxetine belongs to a class of medications called:

Question 11 11.

People with autism might want to avoid foods high in gluten, such as:

I. Wheat

II. Barley

III. Rye

Question 12 12. Using 5-HTP for anxiety may work because:

Question 13 13. Which of the following supplements contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids, believed to help people with bipolar disorder?

Question 14 14. _____ is a precursor molecule to serotonin. Taking it might help someone with depression.

Question 15 15. Who is Dr. Carl C. Pfeiffer?

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