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fmboard cardiology

FM board exam 2010

hypertension is defined as systolic bp > and diastolic bp > 140/90
pre-hypertension parameters 120-139/80-89
stage I hypertension parameters 140-159/90-99
stage II hypertension paremeters above 160/100
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name the 3 types cholestyramine(questran), colestipol(colestid), and colesevelam(whelchol)
what lab test is diagnostic for CHF bnp
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ekg findings of wolf parkinson white syndrome shortened PR, delta wave, and wide QRS
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at what size is an anuerysm treated surgically > 4 cm
what two factors make a heart murmur more likely to be pathologic grade III or louder, occurs during diastole
type of heart defect that tends to present in the patients late teens or early twenties, shortness of breath, exercise intolerance, and edema atrial septal defect
what type of murmur will be heard in Atrial septal defect loud systolic ejection murmur
what is the most common congenital heart defect VSD-ventricular septal defect
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