Q.1: Typical Antipsychotics can be be safely used in which of the following patient population:
(a) Patient presented to ED with shakes, body ache, hallucination and history of drinking unknown amount of alcohol.
(b) Patient presented to ED with Phencyclidine (PCP) intoxication.
(c) Patients with rigid form of Huntington's disease.
(d) All of the above.
(e) None of the above.
Q.2: Patient was started on typical antipsychotics and pt presented with severe orthostatic hypotension. Which of the following medication is contraindicated in the management of typical antipsychotics induced orthostatic hypotension?
(d) All of the above can be used.
(e) None of the above should be used.
Q.3(A): Which of the following typical antipsychotic is considered safe in overdose (compared to other atypical antipsychotics)?
Q.3(B): Patient presented to ED with complaints of drowsiness, mydriasis, rigidity, restlessness, decreased DTR (deep tendon reflexes), tachycardia, & hypotension. Pt reports overdosing on unknown amount of typical antipsychotic pills.
Which of the following management is not effective in patient with overdose on typical antipsychotics?
(a) Activated charcoal
(b) Gastric lavage
(d) IV Diazepam
Q.4: Which of the following are NOT a contraindication for typical antipsychotics use?
(a) Severe cardiac abnormality
(b) High risk for seizures.
(c) History of tardive dyskinesia.
(d) Narrow angle of glaucoma.
(e) All of the above are contraindications.
(f) None of the above are contraindications.
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