laracrystalo's version from 2016-07-22 17:07


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decrease BP of 10 on inspirationpulsus paradoxus, cardiac tamponade
increase JVP in onhalationkussmaul sign, constrictive pericarditis, restrictive cardiomyopathy
triphasic scratchy sound pericardial friction rub, pericarditis
acute gout drugscolchicine, indomethacin, naproxen
chronic gout drugsfebuxostat, allopurinol, peglodicase, probenecid
treat all ACS withASA, beta blocker, oxygen, nitrates, morphine, statin, ACEi
treat STEMI withPCI within 90 minutes, or thrombolytics if unavailable and within 12 hours
treat NSTEMI wthheparin
canon A waves?3rd degree AV block
everyone post MI should go home onASA, beta blocker, ACEi, Statin
postMI sudden loss of pulse and JVDtamponade/wall rupture, also could be Vfib
postMI clear lungs, tacky, hypotension with nitroRV infarction, give fluids!
postMI new murmurvalve rupture or septal rupture
increase o2 saturation on entering the RVseptal rupture
everyone post-MI needs astress test
decreases recurrence of pericarditiscolchicine. Best answer is NSAID and colchicine
loud S2VSD
supra cardiac shadow with increased vascular markingsTAPVR
mitral problems radiate toaxilla
tricuspid and pulmonary problems radiate tothe back
aortic problems radiate tothe neck
CHARGE syndromecolombo of eye, CNS problems, Heart defects, Atresia of choanae, Retardation of growth/development, Genital or GU defects, Ear anomalies or deafness
VACTERL syndromeVertebral anomalies, Anal atresia, Cardiovascular anomalies, TE fistula, Esophageal atresia, Renal anomalies, Limb anomalies


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post stroke pain syndrome locationthalamus
lacunar infarcts tend to damage theinternal capsule
contralateral pure motor or combined sensorimotor deficit locationinternal capsule
loss of pain/temp on R side of face and L side of body, R sided muscle weakness, vertigo/nystagmus, cornerslateral medullary (PICA or vertebral artery)
R oculomotor nerve palsy, ataxia, L hemiparesis locationmidbrain stroke
hypertensive intraparenchymal brain hemorrhage locationputamen and internal capsule
pinpoint reactive pupilspons
deep coma and total paralysis within minutespons
contralateral hemiparesisfrontal lobe
contralateral hemisensory lossparietal lobe
homonymous hemianopsiaoccipital lobe
eyes deviate toward hemiparesisthalamus
contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory lossthalamus
nonreactive biotic pupilsthalamus
up gaze palsythalamus
ataxia and nystagmus without hemiparesiscerebellum
occipital headaches and neck stiffnesscerebellum

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