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septic shock management

- fluid resuscitation to CVP of 8-12
- vasopressors if MAP <65 after fluids

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What is immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome?

paradoxical worsening of pre-existing infections in HIV positive individuals days to week after starting HAART treatment.
- self limited

3

Secondary causes of restless leg syndrome?

- iron deficiency anemia
- diabetes
- uremia (ESRD, CKD)
- MS, parkinsons
- pregnancy
- drugs (antidepressants, metoclopramide)

4

features of lumbar spinal stenosis?

- worsens with extension, improves with flexion
- pain decreases with sitting down
- diagnosed with MRI

5

what is kappa statistic?

-inter rater reliability

6

what is validity?

accuracy

7

long term management of chronic hypoparathyroidism

- add a thiazide to increase serum calcium and decrease urinary calcium
- PTH increases renal calcium absorption

8

PMDD/PMS treatment

- first line: SSRI
- 2nd line: another SSRI or estrogen-progesterone oral contraceptive
- benzo and other GnRH agonist may be effective but has SE

9

Management of GBS

- intubation and mechanical respiration due to respiratory failure
- plasmapheresis and/or IVIG therapy

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criteria for ARDS

- new or worsening resp sx in past week or w/i 1 week of clinical insult
- b/l lung opacities consistent with pulm edema
- no signs of cardiac failure or fluid overload
- ECHo needed for definite exclusion
- PaO2/FiO2 ratio <300mmHg

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Sx and treatment of RA

- symmetric polyarthritis (MCP, PIP) with morning stiffness >30 min
- First line tx: NSAIDS
- DMARDS: antimalarials, sulfasalazine, methotrexate, azathioprine to slow down bone erosion
- RF only positive in 70-80% of ppl, it's a CLINICAL ddx
- CCP another marker

12

Sx of SLE

- migratory morning stiffness that lasts minutes
- manifestation in skin and kidneys and msk
- anti ds DNA

13

Cardiogenic shock hemodynamic parameters

- low cardiac index (normal 2.8-4.2)
- elevated pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (normal 9)
- elevated SVR

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Signs of pulmonary artery hypertension, and best ddx test

- loud S2
- enlarged pulmonary arteries
- right axis deviation EKG
- raynaud's phenomenon
- ECHO as initial test

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tx of PAH

- bosentan (endothelin inhibitor)
- epoprostenol and treprostinil (prostacyclin analogs)
- CCB
- sildenafil

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Management of cocaine induced chest pain

- first line: benzo to help with anxiety
- second line: phentolamine if benzo fails
- alternatives: nitroprusside, nitroglycerin
- avoid bb to avoid coronary vasospasm

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features and tx of primary dysmenorrhea

- presents in first 6-12 months of period, normal physical exam
- elevated levels of prostaglandin
- tx: first line is NSAIDs, then OCP

18

HPV vaccination timeline and contraindications?

- first dose at age 11-12, 3 doses in 6 month period
- hx of prior sexual activity, previous HPV infection, immunosuppression, abnormal pap smear are NOT contraindications
- hypersensitivity to yeast IS contraindication

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features and treatment of primary billiary cirrhosis

- unexplained pruritis and elevated alk phos
- progressive cholestasis and liver failure
- HLD with xanthomas
- antimitochondrial antibodies
- tx: ursodeoxycholic acid and liver transplantation
- cx: osteoporosis, osteomalacia

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symptoms of serotonin syndrome

- mental status changes
- autonomic dysregulation
- neuromuscular hyperactivity (hyperrflexia, myoclonus, ocular clonus)
- cause: combined use of SSRI and MAOI (eg phenelzine); need 5 week wait period

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risk factors, sx and tx of candida endophthalmitis

- central venous catheter, TPN, broad spectrum abx, abd surgery, IV drug use, steroids, neutropenia
- ocular pain, scotomas, photophobia, fever
- vitrectomy and antifungal (amphotericin B or fluconazole)

22

treatment and cx of beta thalassemia major

- hypertransfusion regimen
- iron overload and resultant organ damage

23

Risk of hepatic adenoma with use of OCP in women

Stop OCP due to risks of sudden rupture with infra-abdominal bleeding and malignant transformation

24

Features of Rocky Mountain spotted fever and treatment

5-7 days after tick bite, low fever, lethargy, myalgia, petechial rash in ankles and wrists, spreads to palm soles and body.

TX: doxy is first line, chloramphenicol is alt option.

clinical diagnosis, no need to wait for confirmatory test

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Treatment of salicylate overdose (metabolic acidosis)

Gastric lavage
Administration of activated charcoal
Alkalization of urine to enhance secretion

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Management of dyspepsia in:
1. pt with GERD sx
2. NSAID/cox2 use
3. no meds use, no alarm sx and above 55
4. no meds use but alarm sx

1. empiric tx, acid suppression
2. empiric tx, acid suppression, d/c meds
3. endoscopy
4. endoscopy

test for h.pylori only in high risk population (asia, eastern Europe, latinos)

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what is parinaud's syndrome, and what tumor is it associated with?

- loss of pupillary reaction, vertical gaze paralysis, loss of optokinetic nystagmus, ataxia
- pineal tumor- some are germinomas, can produce HCG

28

Side effects of amiodarone

- thyroid dysfunction--> thyrotoxicosis
- corneal deposits
- skin discolorations
- pulmonary fibrosis
- liver toxicity

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How does glucagonoma present?

pancreatic tumor associated with mild diabetes and classic skin rash that clears in the center, "necrolytic migratory erythema"

30

Most common cause of hemoptysis?

Pulmonary infections
- bronchitis
- bronchiectasis (mucopurulent sputum production, recurrent infection)
- lung cancer
- PE