Summer CME 2023 July 27 Quiz

SPC2023 July 27 Quiz

Urologic Cancers - Lori Dulabon, D.O.(Required)
All of the following are TRUE except:
Preventing and Managing Falls in Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease - James Lin, D.O.(Required)
All the following are intrinsic factors that can lead to older adults to fall EXCEPT.
HIPAA: Data Breach Protocols - Richard Ferretti, Esq., Aaron Susmarski, Esq.(Required)
In what state did the most data breaches occur in 2022?
Florida Law Update: What a Doctor Needs to Know*, ** - Rich Ferretti, J.D.; Aaron Susmarski, J.D.(Required)
What is an example of an intentional tort law?
Non-Statin LDL Lowering Medications - Carmine D'Amico, D.O.(Required)
A 46-year-old female with a history of coronary artery disease (inferior wall myocardial infarction treated with primary stenting of the right coronary artery two years ago) presents to her primary care physician’s office for a follow-up visit three months after being placed on ezetimibe 10 mg PO daily. Unfortunately, she has demonstrated intolerance to multiple statins in the past due to myalgia. Her most recent fasting lipid panel, obtained last week reveals the following results: Total cholesterol: 164 mg/dL HDL cholesterol: 39 mg/dL Triglycerides: 98 mg/dL LDL cholesterol: 105 mg/dL Her physician is not satisfied with these results, and he would like to add another lipid-regulating medication to further lower her LDL cholesterol. The patient is not opposed to this, although she refuses to try another statin, and she is only agreeable to oral medication. Which of the following is the best choice of medication to add to her regimen?
Endocrine Emergencies Overview - Nicole Temofonte, D.O.(Required)
A patient with a past medical history of primary adrenal insufficiency was admitted to the hospital with adrenal crisis. The adrenal crisis was precipitated by the patient not taking an increased dose of steroids during a concurrent illness. The patient is treated appropriately for adrenal crisis during the hospitalization, the patient’s concurrent illness resolved, and the patient is ready for discharge to home. Prior to hospitalization, the patient was on Hydrocortisone 10 mg qAM and Hydrocortisone 5mg 4PM daily and Fludrocortisone 0.1 mg daily. Which of the following should be part of the patient’s discharge planning?