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  1. how to screen for OHS
    daytime hypercapnia, normal a-a gradient and hypoxemia, and exclusion of other causes of hypercapnea
  2. rx for acute UC flare
    • rule out infection
    • start steroids, re-assess after 3 days, if improving, taper to po steroids, if not give rescue with infliximab or cyclosporine, if not surgery
  3. cystitis vs pyelonephritis
    fever, leukocytosis, pyuria
  4. bnp and pro-bmp level to exclude HF, 
    Include
    • <100 and <300
    • >300 and >900
  5. rx for anorexia
    rx for bulimia
    • ssri
    • dopamine antagonist e.g olanzapine
  6. safest anti-htn, in patient with gout
    amloidpine and losartan
  7. when to start with 2 anti-htn
    when BP is >20/10 above goal
  8. cilostazol is contra indicated in whom
    HF patients
  9. rx for PAD
    • aspiring is preffered
    • cilostazol when aspirin is not enough
  10. renal cancer gives paraneoplastic , what are they
    • pth-rh
    • epo
  11. when is mitral valve vulvotomy contraindicated and surgery preferred
    • presence of left atrial thrombus
    • moderate to severe regard
  12. rx for menopausal symptoms
    • estrogen/progestin is intact uterus.
    • SSRI
    • SNRI
  13. contraindication to estrogen in treating menopausal symptoms
    • cad
    • breast ca
    • liver disease
    • endometrial cancer
    • thromboembolism
  14. rx for AS
    • nsaid for 4 weeks before failure is deemed
    • anti-TNF are next is above fails

    MTX is not given
  15. rx for plague
    prophylaxis
    • tetracycline
    • streptomycin

    prophylaxis with doxycycline
  16. rabbit can transmit what bacteria
    tularemia
  17. rat bite fever is caused by
    streptococcus miliformis

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