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Test yourself: Pulmonary medicine

Which of the following is the most appropriate next test in the evaluation of this patient? ... Empiric unfractionated heparin therapy is begun. Which of the following is the best test to confirm the diagnosis in this patient?
September 2010

Test yourself: Thrombocytopenia

A. aPTT mixing study. B. Direct antiglobulin (Coombs) test. C. Intravenous immune globulin. ... A positive test result would not explain the presence of schistocytes on the peripheral blood smear.
July 2010

Test Yourself: MKSAP quiz on atrial fibrillation

Exercise echocardiography may be useful in patients with chronic severe mitral regurgitation to evaluate the pulmonary artery pressure during exercise by Doppler imaging, but this diagnostic test does not offer additional
August 2012

Test yourself: Infectious diseases

The following cases and commentary, which address infectious diseases, are excerpted from ACP's Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP14).
January 2010

Test yourself: Pulmonary artery catheterization

On a six-minute walk test, oxygen saturation at rest and after exercise is 98% and 93%, respectively. ... Which diagnostic test would be most useful in diagnosing the cause of the patient's volume status?
February 2010

Test yourself: Opioid therapy

The following cases and commentary, which address opioid therapy, are excerpted from ACP's Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP14).
October 2009

Test yourself: COPD

A. Advise against the flight. B. Schedule a hypoxic inhalation test to simulate an altitude of 8,000 ft. ... O. 2. at 8,000 feet will fall below 50 mm Hg and therefore whether additional evaluation with the hypoxic inhalation test is needed.
January 2008

Test yourself: Travel medicine

Travel medicine.
February 2008

Test yourself: COPD

Which of the following is the best test to assess the patient's mental status?
March 2011

Test yourself: Preoperative evaluation

Cold reactive autoantibodies are IgM antibodies and are not a cause of a positive IgG antibody test. ... In this case, the direct antibody test would be positive for complement but not IgG.
April 2010

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