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what meds cause esophagitis
- nsaids, aspirin
next step after placement of a central venous catherer?
x ray to confirm the placacement and absence of pneumothorax
next step when suspecting intrauterine fetal demise?
when do you do surgery for scaphoid fracture
if there is displacement or angulation
follicular conjunctivitis + neovascularization
when do you give calcium for high K
- ekg changes
- muscle paralysis
when do you use chi square?
- chi square--two proportions
- anova--mean of 3 or more
what is the only restrictive lung disease that has increased FRC?
chest wall restriction due to ankylosing spondylitis
how does DI present?
- DI--dilute urine and concentrated serum
- polydypsia--dilute urine and serum
etoh + nsaids + vomiting blood?
acute erosive gastritis
presentation of paralytic ileus vs large bowel vs small bowel obstruction
- paralytic ileus has both small and large bowel dilated with air while
- small--only small is dilated
- large --only large is dilated
not passing stool or flatus after a retroperitoneal hematoma or vertebral fracture
needle shaped kidney stones are due to
what happens during false labor
- irregular contractions
- no cervical changes
rx for dumpin synrome
- small meals
signs of chorioamniotis
- fetal tachy
- maternal tachy
- uterine tenderness
- wbc is high
- fould smelling discharge
what study takes a snapshot of exposure and outcome
infection of the eye following eye surgery?
which changes of the liver are reversible
rx for slipped capital femoral epiphyses
risk of preterm babies
- necrotizing enterocolitis
- hyaline membrane disease
dry, skin plates on the extensor surfaces
rx for ascending cholangitis not responsive to antibiotics
when do you do ekg and echo for a person with chest pain
- if they have moderate to high risk
- for atypical chest pain in a young person you dont
difference between hsp and pan
pan has asymmetric neuropathy
- autonomic instability
vitrous hemorrhage vs retinal detachment
vitrous hemorrhage --fundus hard to see and floating debris
effect modification vs confounding
when analyzed, separate risk factors modify the chance of getting a certain outcome
when analyzed there is differnce between exposure and outcome
difference in presentaiton between the causes of bloody diarrhea between ecoli, shigella, salmonella, campylobacter
ecoli does not give fever