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High Altitude Disorders CME Quiz

High Altitude Disorders Board Review Questions: Free CME Quiz

High Altitude Disorders CME Quiz courtesy of Med-Challenger Online Medical Education
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This week's Med-Challenger free CME quiz - High Altitude Disorders - the quick quiz covers the use of acetazolamide in high-altitude illness, complications of high-altitude in pregnancy, the typical presentation of high-altitude cerebral edema, and the treatment of high-altitude pulmonary edema.

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Here's this week's sample CME board review question on high altitude disorders:

A 20-year-old man is planning a trip to snowboard at a ski area located at an elevation of 9200 feet.

He had a previous episode of acute mountain sickness (AMS) at an altitude of 11,000 feet.


How should you advise him about the use of acetazolamide for AMS prophylaxis?

Answer Options:

Acetazolamide prophylaxis is not needed because AMS rarely occurs below 10,000 feet.

He should not take acetazolamide if he has a sulfa allergy.

He should begin the medication 3 days prior to his ascent and take the medication for his entire trip.

Taking one-half of the conventional treatment dose is sufficient as prophylaxis and may decrease peripheral paresthesias, an adverse side-effect (AE) of acetazolamide.

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Our insanely popular CME Quick Quiz provides FREE board review questions and the opportunity to earn free CME credits every week.  It's a fun way to stay up-t0-date and see how your knowledge ranks with peers.  All you need is a free online Med-Challenger account.  Most recent 5 quizzes are available.  Sign up now.

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