First Aid Q&A for the USMLE Step 2 CK (First Aid Series) by Tao Le

By Tao Le

The high-yield questions you must arrange for the USMLE Step 2 CK!

Prepare to ace the USMLE Step 2 CK with First reduction Q&A for the USMLE Step 2 CK. the hot moment version of this student-proven publication beneficial properties a thousand board-style questions besides effortless to navigate, high-yield causes of right and wrong solutions. you will additionally locate hundreds of thousands of worthwhile photographs, diagrams, and tables. The booklet is correlated with First reduction for the USMLE Step 2 CK and First relief situations for the USMLE Step 2 CK for the last word evaluation package!


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The deoxygenated blood is therefore recirculated through the body in the systemic circulation, while the oxygenated blood only flows through the pulmonary circulation. A lesion, such as an ASD, VSD, or PDA, is therefore required for mixing of the systemic and pulmonary circulations for survival. D-TGA usually presents at birth with cyanosis and tachypnea. Plainfilm radiographs demonstrate an egg-shaped silhouette due to the absent main pulmonary artery stem and small heart base. Prostaglandin E1 is used to keep the PDA open and increase mixing of deoxygenated and oxygenated blood.

The anesthesiologist notices that his systolic pressure falls even further on inspiration. A bedside echocardiogram is performed and shows a small pericardial effusion. 60. An otherwise healthy 17-year-old girl presents to the ED after 2 weeks of chest pain. She describes the pain as sharp, localized to the left side of her chest, and radiating to her jaw and neck. The pain worsens when she lies down and improves on leaning forward. Her physical examination is significant for a soft pericardial friction rub.

Both systolic and diastolic dysfunction are associated with the typical findings of pulmonary venous congestion on x-ray of the chest, including cephalization of pulmonary vessels. 14. The correct answer is D. This patient is in hypertensive urgency: he has a diastolic blood pressure > 130 mm Hg but has no signs of endorgan damage. His ECG, laboratory values, and physical examination results are all normal. Initial management of hypertensive urgency involves administration of an oral antihypertensive.

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