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CHD risk equivalents
- noncaroronary arthresclerotic disease
Viral infection characterized by a barking cough and stridor ?
Viral infection characterized by a barking cough and stridor ? and what do you tx it with?
- cool mist
- nebulized racemic treatments
croup chest xray may show?
steeple sign, XR only indicated if uncertain
metformin use C/I
renal failure, sepsis, hepatic dysfunction,severe heart failure. it shoudl also be stopped in pts undergoing procedures such as angiocath, who may be at risk for developing renal failure due to high load of contrast
multifolcal atrial tachycardia is often due to
hypoxia, COPD, HypoK, HypoMg, coronary/hypertensive/valvular disease, mediatins ( theophylinne , aminophylline , isopreterenol).... usualy tx by correcting teh underlying problem. if COPD or asthma than verapamil