By Richard A. Harrigan MD, Jacob Ufberg MD, Matthew Tripp MD
Emergency medication assessment: getting ready for the forums, through Richard Harrigan, Matthew Tripp, and Jacob Ufberg, uniquely combines a complete, bulleted assessment of all required matters with a radical perform examination of board-style questions, providing you with all of the instruments you should be ready and assured in the course of the American Board of Emergency Medicine's qualifying examination and past! you may also entry the web Q&A evaluate at expertconsult.com.
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Trimethoprim (TMP) / sulfamethoxazole (SMX) 27. What organism causes a serpiginous urticarial rash along with chronic watery diarrhea? a. Enterobius vermicularis b. Necator americanus c. Strongyloides stercoralis d. Dracunculus medinensis 28. Which of the following groups of patients is not at higher risk for acalculous cholecystitis? a. middle-aged individuals b. AIDS patients c. multiple-trauma victim d. patient with extensive burns 29. The triad of fever, right upper quadrant pain, and jaundice is classically associated with which condition?
After a through history, physical exam, and laboratory results, you diagnose a 30-year-old woman with no known medical problems with probable viral hepatitis. Which of the following is an indication to admit this patient to the hospital? a. mild fluid and electrolyte abnormalities b. intractable vomiting c. AST >1000 units/L d. prolongation of prothrombin time (PT) beyond 2 seconds of normal 14. A 70-year-old man with a history of hepatic encephalopathy presents to the ED with a change in mental status.