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REVIEW 1st semester

Important review points from 1st semester in PA school

Asthma Tx Inhaled corticosteroids: Foundation therapy. Mild intermittent: SABA. Mild persistant: low dose cortico. Moderate persistent: moderate to high dose cortico OR low dose cortico and LABA Severe: high dose cortico and high dose oral steroids for exacerbation
COPD Tx SABA first line-> B2 Agonists and Anti-cholinergics to prevent exacerbations-> corticosteroids if more needed
Diastolic rumble opening snap Mitral stenosis
Right sided murmurs are Louder w/ inspiration
High blowing systolic murmur radiating to armpit Mitral insufficiency
Megaloblastic blood smear w/ macro-ovalocytes and hypersegmented neutrophils
Created by: crward88