Summer CME 2022 July 19 Quiz SPC2022 July 19 Quiz Name First Last Email Hypercalcemia on Lab Report-What Next?** – Nicole Temofonte, D.O.(Required)A 45 year old patient presents for further evaluation of hypercalcemia confirmed on recent labs. The patient denies any symptoms of hypercalcemia. The patient reports no medical history and is not currently taking any medications. The patient denies a family history of hypercalcemia. Physical exam findings are normal. Of the following, which is the most likely etiology of the patient’s hypercalcemia? A. Familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia B. Malignancy C. Primary hyperparathyroidism D. Renal failure Did not attend this lecture. Management Considerations in the Geriatric Urology Patient – Lori Dulabon, D.O.(Required)Which of the following is FALSE regarding “Frailty” in the Geriatric Urology population: A. Frailty is defined as a decline in physiologic reserve and function among older adults that is associated with an increased risk of poor health outcomes B. Many frail elders experience significant and sustained functional decline after surgery C. Most Urologic patients are under 65 years of age, not frail, and recover fully after major surgery D. Several frailty indices have been developed to objectively improve upon the ability to predict postoperative complications among older patient E. Frail patients have a reduced physiologic reserve and are more vulnerable to external stressors Did not attend this lecture. A Practical Guide for the Use of Medical Cannabis – Mark Baker, D.O.(Required)The usual potency of THC in medical marijuana is which percent? A. 10-20 B. 25-35 C. 0-10 D. 60-80 E. 5-15 Did not attend this lecture. A Practical Guide for the Use of Medical Cannabis – Mark Baker, D.O.(Required)Which of the following is not a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act? A. Peyote B. Heroin C. Quaaludes D. Cocaine E. LSD Did not attend this lecture. Hepatitis C Presentation, Diagnosis and Treatment** – Brian Viviano, D.O.(Required)¨ 56-year-old male with chronic hepatitis C has just completed 12 weeks of Epclusa therapy. Patient tolerated the medicine well and reports compliance. What is the next step in management? A. Recheck viral load in 12 weeks B. US every 6 months C. Recheck viral load now D. No further testing required Did not attend this lecture. Hepatitis C Presentation, Diagnosis and Treatment** – Brian Viviano, D.O.(Required)¨ A 34-year-old male recently released from prison presents to your office to reestablish care. Patient states that he was told while he was incarcerated that he had chronic hepatitis C. You obtain the labs from the prison which reveals reactive hepatitis C IgG and transaminases two times the upper limit of normal. Patient reports some fatigue but otherwise has no complaints and physical exam is unremarkable. What is the next step? A. Liver biopsy B. Consult gastroenterology or infectious disease C. Confirm Hepatitis C with a viral load, and, if positive, check fibrosis score, Hepatitis B status, and HIV D. Initiate treatment plan with a pan-genotypic regimen Did not attend this lecture. Is it True? Deconstructing Some Commonly Held Medical Beliefs that Impact the Health of Older Adults – Jean Storm, D.O.(Required)All of the following are examples of cognitive biases except: A. Enlightenment bias B. Anchoring bias C. Framing effect D. Confirmation bias Did not attend this lecture.