Flashcards in REVIEW QUIZZES Deck (48)
Anti hypertensive CI in bilateral RAS
ACE - / ARBs
Anti hypertensive CI in advanced RF
If hyperkalemic, ACE- and ARBs. Definitely not potassium sparing diuretics
Anti hypertensive CI in gout patients
Heart sounds considered benign when no evidence of disease?
Split S2 on inspiration
Early systolic, quiet
S3 (if asymptomatic)
What heart defect is associated with chromosome 22q11 deletions?
Truncus arteriosus, tetralogy of fallot
What heart defect is associated with congenital rubella?
PDA, pulm artery stenosis
Whath eart defect is associated with Turners syndrome
What heart defect is associated with Marfans syndrome
What medication combo is used in tx of TB meningitis
INH + ethambutol + pyrazinamide + rifampin
Antidote to acetaminophen
Antidote for lead
PEDS. Penicillamine, EDTA, Dimercaprol, Succinate
Antidote to cyanide
Sodium thiosulfate, hydroxycobalamin, amyl/sodium nitrate
B6 vitamin aids in formation of what NT?
Antidote for methemoglobin
Vit C, methylene blue
What bullous skin disease has a negative Nikolskys sign
What name is given to stress related hair loss and what is the tx
Telogen effluvium. Reassurance
Two most common food borne bacterial GI tract infections in US
Findings seen in post-term pregnancy beyond 42 weeks gestation
Dry, peeling skin
Mature calcified placenta
Passage of meconium in utero
What annual screening is recommended for women wit strong family hx of ovarian CA
CA 125 and transvaginal US
A one year old is able to cruise, use 2 finger pincer grasp, babble and imitate actions. what part of his development is delayed?
Which defense mechanism is a pedophile that enters a monastery using
Eye mx of corticosteroid use
Acceptable urine output in a trauma patient?
50 cc/hr. In most normal patients its 30 cc/hr.
Treatment of v fib
Defibrillate/CVN. If that does not work, give epi OR first dose vasopressin.
What skin blistering disease has a positive Nikolskys sign
MCC of bloody nipple discharge
Which abx avoided during pregnancy?
DEF NOT fluoroquinolones or tetracyclines. Try to avoid ahminoglycosides, sulfonamides
Tachy + wild fluctuations in BP + headache + diaphoresis + panic attacks
Next step in dx of cholecystitis when U/S is equivocal?