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Drug that causes Crystal induced nephropathy?
Indinavir S/E
What drug causes pancreatitis?
S/E of Didanosine
Hypersensitivity Sx?
Abacavir
What drug causes lactic acidosis?
S/E of NRTIs
What other S/E does NRTI's produce?
Steven-Johnson Sx
What anti-retroviral Drug causes liver failure?
Nevirapine S/E
What are the indications of Chest Tube?
fluid must be
1) pH <7.2
2) glucose <60
What drug worsens hypothermia?
Phenothiazines
like fluphenazine

you get the flu... think about it
In what condition is the Rx of Raloxifene contraindicated?
increases risk for DVT

causes thromboembolism
Old patient w/ pneumonia, dry cough, abdominal pain, confusion, hypoNa+ is what disease?
Legionella
Rx for Legionella?
Erythromycin
What is the Rx for beta-blocker toxicity?
Glucagon
S/E for all anti-thyroid drugs?
agranulocytosis
What is the S/E of propylthiouracil?
agranulocutosis
What electrolyte causes increase in DTR?
HypoCA+
What electrolyte causes decrease in DTR?
hyperMg+
WHat are the 5 causes of T-wave inversions?
1) MI
2) Old pericarditis
3) myocarditis
4) myocardial contusion
5) Digoxin Toxicity
What presents w/ renal failure, livedo reticularis, systemic eosinophilia, decrease complement leves (C3)?
Cholesterol Embolism
What is the Rx for CML?
Imatinib mesylate
What is imatinib?
a tyrosine kinase inhibitor
DOC for Hairy Cell Leukemia?
Cladribine

Clad to get rid of the hair
Pat. w/ Progessive Dementia, myoclonus, sharp triphasic EEG?
Prion infection
Crutzfeld-Jakobs Dz
Pregnancy + Arrythmia?
Think hyperthyroidism
Tremor, increase wakefulness, loose stools, high-pitched hypertonicity... what recreational drug is involved?
Heroin Withdrawal?
When does methadone withdrawal present?
2-6 wks. after delivery
What are the effects of Cocaine in pregnancy?
Abruptio Placenta +
Preterm labor
What drug was taken during pregnancy if the baby presents w/ irritability, hiccups, increase apetite, reegurgitation, sweating
Phenobarbital withdrawal
How long does phenobarbital withdrawal last?
up to 4 months
At what age do babies parallel play?
24 mo.
At what age can they build 2 block towers?
15 mo.
At what age can they play w/ other children?
18 mo.
At what age does stranger anxiety present?
6 mo.
At what age do they roll from front to back?
4 mo.
Rx to prevent variceal bleeding?
non-selective Beta-Blocker

BB = no bleed bleed
WHat are the Tx for SIADH?
mild, mod and severe?
Mild (Na+120-13) = Fluid Retention
Mod (Na+110-120) = Loops + Normal Saline
if symptoms then it's
Severe = Hypertonic Saline