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1

If mother is Hep B + when baby born, vaccines?

Hepatitis B vaccination and hepatitis B immune globulin within 12 hours of birth, a second dose of hepatitis B vaccine at 1 to 2 months, and a third dose of
vaccine at 6 months.

2

Varicella vaccine schedule

2 doses 4-8 weeks apart

3

Hep B dosing

1 at time 0
2nd 1-2 months later
3rd 4-6 months after the 2nd

4

MSM and IDVU folks should get what vaccine

Hep A

5

Influenza recommended after what age

6 months

6

First flu vaccine should be

TIV x2 in pt's 6 mo - 8 yrs

7

HPV vaccine inappropriate for

Pregnant women

8

Tdap should be given to who regardless of last one

Those over age 65 in close contact with babies

9

Zoster vaccine currently recommended for

Those over 60 regardless of if they had chicken pox

10

When do you begin screening for lipid disorders

35 (20 in high risk patients)

11

When do you stop doing colonoscopies

75

12

Mammogram screeing in healthy patients

50-74 every two years

13

When should HPV testing begin

At 21 or 3 years after onset of sexual activity (whichever comes first)

14

When should paps stop

After 65 or after 3 normal tests if monogamous

15

Most likely lethal surgical complication

Cardiac

16

4 low risk surgeries

breast surgery, cataract surgery, superficial dermatologic surgery, and endoscopy

17

Most common cause of death when traveling

Heart disease

18

Only legally required travel vaccine

Yellow fever

19

If pt on COC has increase in blood pressure after 3 months what do you do

Discontinue

20

If a BC pill is missed but no sex in last 5 days, what should be done

Take 2 now and use a backup method for 7 days

21

When should progesterone only pills be taken

All the time, no hormone free period

22

Only contraindication to emergency contraception

Allergic reactions

23

What vaccine do you give at 1 day old

Hep B

24

Vaccines at 1 year

MMR, varicela, Hep A