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A normal sinus rhythm at a rate of less than 60 beats per minute is called:
 
  a. normal sinus.
  b. sinus bradycardia.
  c. sinus tachycardia.
  d. supraventricular tachycardia.

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Which of the following statements regarding the use of naloxone is FALSE?
 
  a. Naloxone competes for opiate receptor sites.
  b. Naloxone antagonizes the effects of opiates.
  c. Naloxone displaces narcotic molecules from receptor sites.
  d. Naloxone is effective in reversing respiratory depression associated with diazepam overdose.
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Answer to q. 1

B

Answer to q. 2

d
Rationale: a. This is true regarding naloxone.
b. This is true regarding naloxone.
c. This is true regarding naloxone.
d. Correct. Naloxone is an opoid antagonist and will not have an effect on benzodiazepines.
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