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Author(s): Richard E. Draper
 
 
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Last updated: Mar 24, 2004
 
 
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A collection of review questions about "electrolytes" topics gleaned from preparation for the written and oral certification boards in emergency medicine. Numerous sources were utilized and included textbooks, journal articles, lectures, review courses, tapes, and CDs. The information in this collection will afford the candidate what he needs to know about Electrolytes topics to successfully complete this area of these demanding examinations.
 
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Q: Hypokalemia results in each of the following: Muscle weakness, Ileus, [...], Increased arrthythmia in Dig patient
A: Dig toxicity

Q: Treatment of hypercalcemia includes each of the following: Hydration, Potassium, Saline, [...]
A: Lasix

Q: Hypotonic dehydration is charcterized by each of the following: loss of sodium in excess of water, serum sodium is low, [...], fluid space losses, vomiting, adrenocortical insufficiency
A: diuretic excess

Q: Calcium and bicarb antagonize potassium in the myocardium, thus lowering the membrane potential and reducing the risk of [...]
A: ventricuar arrhythmias

Q: The most common cause of [...] is Loop diuretics.
A: hyperchloremia

Q: In salicylate poisoning, [...] represents mild intoxication.
A: vomiting

Q: Neuromuscular manifestations of hypercalcemia include the following: weakness, hyporeflexia, hypotonia, apathy,lethargy, stupor, coma, [...], depression
A: confusion

Q: Proximal RTA = [...] wasting
A: bicarbonate

Q: Why is potassium used to tx Cl- unresponsive metabolic alkalosis?
A: The depletion of K+ promotes hydrogen ion excretion aggravating the metabolic alkalosis.

Q: Cardiovascular manifestations of hypocalcemia include the following: HTN, CHF, dysrhythmias, [...] intervals
A: prolonged QT

 
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