Flashcards in Bendrups Tutorial #2 Deck (18):
5 Hs and 5Ts of reversible Cardiac arrest?
how does LVH lead to decrease systolic function?
>decreased perfusion from less diastolic filling
>loss of systolic function
you see someone slumped in their chair asleep during the day, what do you think of?
Which decline is faster, COPD or Heart Failure?
Heart Failure: Faster
someone with COPD and Heart failure presents and you have Abx and Frusemide, they get better, how do you know which one made it better?
The timing. Frusemide works
how do you determine the length of LOC of an unwitnessed event?
If it was in front of the TV, ask the shows that was on before or after
if hot food, ask if they needed to reheart it?
How to determine functionally if someone has intermittent claudication?
what do you do at a cross light if you arrive and it's already green?
classic side effect of colchicine?
what do you use to prevent gout?
never combine allopurinol and?
what to give when having acute gout attack?
how does colchicine work?
mitotic spindle inhibitor
gout looks how on radiographs?
what predisposes someone to gout?
if lots of nitrogen:
1. proteins and rich foods
2. high cell turn over (eg. tumour lysis
what diuretic worsens gout?
what is Hartmann's solution?
compound sodium lactate (CSL) is a crystalloid solution that is most closely isotonic with blood and intended for intravenous administration
Hartmann's solution contains?
131 mEq of sodium ion = 131 mmol/L.
111 mEq of chloride ion = 111 mmol/L.
29 mEq of lactate = 29 mmol/L.
5 mEq of potassium ion = 5 mmol/L.
4 mEq of calcium ion = 2 mmol/L.
0 mEq of magnesium ion = 0 mmol/L
This amounts to an osmolarity of 279 mOsm/L.