I think these are the answers for few of the questions..
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1. Interstitial Nephritis Is Side Effect Of
Clindamycin, Cephelexin Azithromycin, Naficilin.
2. Placing Impermeable Covering On The Steroid Cream Applied Skin ?
Increase Dryness, Increase Absorption, Decrease Temp, Decrease Circulation.
3. Liver Disease Limits Use Of?
Verapamil, Nifedipine, Diltiazem, Digoxin.
5.administration Of Carbonic Anhydrase?
Increase Systemic Ph, Secretion Of H+ Increase, Increase Retention Of Sodium And Pottasium.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a key metabolite in all living organisms. Carbon dioxide exists in equilibrium with bicarbonate (HCO3-), which is poorly soluble in lipid membranes compared to carbon dioxide; carbon dioxide can freely diffuse in and out of the cell, while bicarbonate must be transported. The conversion of bicarbonate to carbon dioxide facilitates its transport into the cell, while the conversion of carbon dioxide to bicarbonate helps trap the carbon dioxide in the cell. The interconversion of carbon dioxide and bicarbonate proceeds slowly at physiological pH, so organisms produce enzymes to speed up the process. Carbonic anhydrases are zinc-containing enzymes that catalyse the reversible reaction between carbon dioxide hydration and bicarbonate dehydration.
Carbonic anhydrases are enzymes that catalyze the hydration of carbon dioxide and the dehydration of bicarbonate:
CO2 + H2O <-----> HCO3- + H+
6. Dermatophytes Are Bit?
Systemic, Saprophytes, Superficial, Keratocytic.
Superficial fungal infections of the skin (dermatophytoses) are extremely common. Dermatophytes have the unique ability to invade keratinous structures of the body, including skin, hair, and nails.
These fungi are classified by genera (Microsporum, Epidermophyton, or Trichophyton) and by ecology, depending on their primary reservoir--zoophilic (animals), geophilic (soil), or anthrophilic (humans). In addition, they are categorized by the site and pattern of infection: tinea capitis (scalp), tinea corporis (glabrous skin), tinea barbae (beard, mustache), tinea cruris (thighs, groin, buttocks), tinea pedis (plantar surfaces and interdigital spaces), tinea manus (palms), tinea faciei (face, neck), and onychomycosis (nails)
8. Vit D + Calcium Given Together
Prevent Kidney Problem, Stimulate Calcium Utilization, Decrese Toxicity Of Calcium, Incease Resorption Of Calcium From Kidney.
Vitamin D3 is essential for life in higher animals. Classically vitamin D3 has been shown to be one of the most important biological regulators of calcium metabolism through stimulating the absorption of calcium from food across the intestine and participating in the incorporation of the absorbed calcium in to the skeleton. A regular access to vitamin D3 throughout life is important to facilitate the normal absorption into the body of dietary calcium which, in turn, is essential for normal bone health and may diminish or prevent the onset in the elderly of the bone disease osteoporosis
9. Cytokines Are?
Cytotoxic , Regulate Cell Division, Involved In Compliment Cascade, Communication Between Cells.
10. Feedback Mechanism Is Regulated By?
Product, Compartmentalization, Zymogen Inactivation, Covalent Modification.
11.what Is Sperm Maturation Time
Immature sperm cells develop through several stages to become mature sperm cells. As the sperm pass through the epidiymis, they gain motility (movement). This process takes about 18 to 24 hours, after which they are stored in the vas deferens awaiting ejaculation. The entire process of sperm maturation takes about 72 days. However, this is an ongoing process and millions of sperm are being manufactured all the time.
I checked various references for this … it is between 72-74 days.
12. Which Is Not Enzyme Inhibitor?
Cimitidine - inducer, Cipro, Meprobamate, Probencid.