NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: EHS411 - Environmental Health Administration

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NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: EHS411 - Environmental Health Administration

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NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: EHS411 - Environmental Health Administration


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Question: The treatment of strychnine induced convulsions by diazepam is an example of
Answer: Functional antagonism

Question: A toxic substance produced by biological system is specially referred to as a
Answer: Toxin

Question: Which of the following toxicity can occur due to single exposure?
Answer: Acute toxicity

Question: Chemicals known to produce dispositional tolerances are
Answer: Carbon tetrachloride and cadmium


Question: The use tamoxifen in certain breast cancer is an example ofÂ
Answer: Receptor antagonism

Question: The use of antitoxin in the treatment of snakebite is an example ofÂ
Answer: Chemical antagonism

Question: The most common target organ of toxicity is the
Answer: CNS (brain and spinal cord)

Question: The organs least involved in systemic toxicity are
Answer: Muscle and bone

Question: The most rapid exposure to a chemical would occur through which of the following routes
Answer: Inhalation

Question: A chemical that is toxic to the brain but which is detoxified in the liver would be expected to be
Answer: More toxic via inhalation than orally



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Re: NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: EHS411 - Environmental Health Administration

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[EHS411] The treatment of strychnine induced convulsions by diazepam is an example of
Functional antagonism

[EHS411] A toxic substance produced by biological system is specially referred to as a
Toxin

[EHS411] Which of the following toxicity can occur due to single exposure?
Acute toxicity

[EHS411] Chemicals known to produce dispositional tolerances are
Carbon tetrachloride and cadmium

[EHS411] The use tamoxifen in certain breast cancer is an example of 
Receptor antagonism

[EHS411] The use of antitoxin in the treatment of snakebite is an example of 
Chemical antagonism

[EHS411] The most common target organ of toxicity is the
CNS (brain and spinal cord)

[EHS411] The organs least involved in systemic toxicity are
Muscle and bone

[EHS411] The most rapid exposure to a chemical would occur through which of the following routes
Inhalation

[EHS411] A chemical that is toxic to the brain but which is detoxified in the liver would be expected to be
More toxic via inhalation than orally

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