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Complications of Hypertension
left ventricular hypertrophy
CHF
CAD
PVD
CVD
Renal Disease
Retinal changes
Symptoms of Pheochromocytoma include
headache diaphoresis st arrythmias hyperthermia suprarenal or midline abd mass
anxiety weight loss
Diagnostics for pheochromocytoma are
urinary catecholamine assay
ct scan
mri
Physical attributes of Cushings syndrome include
truncla obesity
moon face
thinning of skin
edema
emotional liability
poor wound healing
opportunistic infections
Keith Wagner Scale for fundoscopic examination scores
KW1 arteriolar narrowing and irregularity
KW2 marked narrowing and nicking
KW3 flame shaped or circular hemorrahages and fluffy exudates
KW4 any of the above and papilledema
When treating a patient for HTN who has gout this medication would not be advised
a. Beta blocker
b. Ace inhibitor
c. Thiazide
d. Calcium channel blocker
c. Thiazide
Mr. Jones as HTN, Diabetis, Asthma, these medications except would be best for him.
a Beta blocker
b. Ace inhibitor
c. Thiazide
d. Aldosterone antagonst
d. Aldosterone antagonist
Sally has just been noted to be pregnant this medication should be stopped
a. Beta blocker
b. Ace inhibitor
c. Thiazide
d. Calcium channel blocker
b. Ace inhibitor
Patients with Raynauds disease would benefit from this medication.
a. Beta blocker
b. Ace inhibitor
c. Thiazide
d. Calcium channel blocker
d. Calcium channel blocker
the treatment for htn for patients with renal disease includes
a. BB and ACE
b. CCB and Thiazide
c. ACE and ARB
d. Loop diuretic and ARB
c. ACE and ARB