Flashcards in Citroni Round #2 Deck (10)
What kind of infections are you susceptible to with splenectomy?
No fever in elder = no sepsis?
Don't necessarily need fever: slowed response
How do B-blockers stop peripheral T4-T3 conversion?
propranolol blocks monodeiodinaze enzyme
fast equation for Mean Arterial pressure?
1/3(Systolic-diastolic) + diastolic
dilated veins on upper chest could mean?
what is opposite of orthopnea? cause?
platypnea : breathe easier lying flat due to:
1. weak abdo muscles
2. weak venous return due to gravity
what can sepsis do to murmurs?
hyperdynamic flow state can accentuate murmurs
normal MAP in young, adult, elderly?
what does MAP mean clinically?
what the average organ perfusion pressure is