Uterotonic and Uterorelaxant Drugs (Drugs Affecting Uterine Motility)

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Block C2 - Safe Motherhood & Neonates


Pharmacology
Office:3rd floor, Radiopoetro
Lab:3rd floor, Radiopoetro
Work-plan:On provided sheet.
Pre-test:10 MC.
Post-test:None.
Lab Report:On provided sheet.
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Pre-test Questions[edit]

HSC Batch 2011[edit]

  1. What is the purpose of the experiment? To determine the effects of uterotonic and uterorelaxant drugs.
  2. Drug used for uterine contractions? Oxytocin.
  3. Drug used for uterus relaxation? Terbutaline.
  4. Physiologic solution used in this experiment? De Jalon solution.
  5. How does Ergometrine work? Blocks beta-2.
  6. Which drug is given one hour before the experiment? Stilbestrol.
  7. If the experimental animal is not pregnant then: it is made to appear pregnant.
  8. Instruments used for the experiment, except: Tensimeter.
  9. Instruments used for the experiment: Kymograph.
  10. What is measured in the experiment? Uterine contractions.
  11. Drug used to produce rapid uterine contractions: Oxytocin.

Lab Report Batch 2011[edit]

  1. Make curve of experiment 1 & 2 (drugs vs contraction in mm scale). Give some interpretations of this result.
  2. Make a curve of experiment 3 & 4 (drug vs contraction in mm scale). Give some interpretation of this result.
  3. What are effects of oxytocin on uterus? How does it work?
  4. What are clinical uses of oxytocin? What are the side effects of oxytocin?
  5. What are effects of papaverin on uterus? How does it work?
  6. What is clinical use of papaverin? What are side effects of papaverin?
  7. What are effects of ergometrin on uterus? How does it work?
  8. What is the clinical use of ergometrin? What are the side effects of ergometrin?
  9. What are effects of terbutaline on uterus? How does it work?
  10. What is the clinical use of terbutaline? What are side effects of terbutaline?