Study tips for BOARDS (2).docx - Some study tips Cardiac Know S3 what does it mean Know S4 it is a sign of what They describe a patient Sounds like

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Some study tips Cardiac Know S3 what does it mean. Know S4 it is a sign of what? They describe a patient. Sounds like Tennessee. A murmur that is loud and heard with your scope plus thrill is 4. A loud murmur that you don’t need a scope for is 6 They tell you a systolic murmur one that radiates to the neck and one the radiates to the axilla- what are they called How do you rule out AAA - US gold standard in 65 and older especially if they smoke You have a pt with HTN and osteoporosis what medication do you put them on for HTN- thiazides HTN drug for DM with neuropathy- ACE or ARB You have a patient that on eye exam you notice copper and silver artioles AV nicking what else do you assess them for – HTN You have an elderly patient with ISH BP log what medication do you start? CCB PAD pt what is treatment- exercise PAD what test- brachial index Know chronic venous insuff- edema, thick skin discolored Test you do for stable angina – stress test. Know Systolic and Diastolic Murmur was asked about heart murmur with high pitch holosystolic and the other one is mid systolic. Question about Grade III/VI Murmur: (Loud murmur easily heard) Know the difference between Peripheral Arterial Disease and Chronic Venous Insufficiency. Question about JVD causes? Know Bacterial endocarditis (There was a pt. with gradual onset of fever, hemorrhages on nail beds, painful raised red nodules) Osler’s nodes Questions about carotid bruit signs can signifies what- narrowing of the carotid GI High triglycerides increase the risk of – pancreatitis You have a pt with chronic Hep C what will be high the AST or ALT or Both First line tx GERD H2 blocker Hep serology you have to tell them what they have see Hollier notes You have a positive psoas maneuver and it is positive. What does this mean? Rovsing sign Pt. with GERD and Barrett’s esophagus: Refer to Oncologist Question about Hepatitis B active Immunology.
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Question about pyloric stenosis (Hint is non bilious vomiting, olive like firm mass palpated on right upper quadrant) Common causes of GERD. Options are (Histamine blocker, BB, CCB, cant remember the last one) Increase in triglyceride can cause pancreatitis First line treatment for Zollinger is PPI Skin What is honey crusted lesions how do you treat Actinic keratosis precursor to SCC look up in Leik how it presents Rosacea tx with metronidazole gel How do you treat shingles – acyclovir Older induration that has been there awhile what do you do? Bx it Basal Cell Cancer: Question description and the fact that it doesn’t have any tx :Waxy, pearly, telangiectasia, ulcer center lesion Actinic Keratosis: Question about description (Scaly red to yellow located in sun exposed area Melanoma question: Know ABCDE Subungal Hematoma tx: Make a hole and drain the blood Tx for moderate acne Review your skin issues for adult and kids. Question about Rubeola (Koplick), How do you treat a skin fungal infection Peds
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