Pulmonary Disease Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Rohan Sen, MDEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

pulmonary disease board review questions CME quiz

Pulmonary Disease questions, topics include: Evaluation and Management of Pulmonary Disorders; Interstitial, Inflammatory, & Parenchymal Lung Diseases; Obstructive Airway Disease; Pulmonary Vascular Disease,  Below is a free CME quick quiz question that provides a better understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary disease. By playing the full online quiz, you can earn CME credit every week for free.  Players … Read More

Pancreatic Disease Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Gerard Kiernan, MD, FAAFP, FHMEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

pancreatic disease board review questions

Pancreatic Disease is the focus of this week’s free CME Quick Quiz, courtesy of Med-Challenger online medical education.  Below is a free CME quick quiz question that provides a better understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic disease. By playing the full online quiz, you can earn CME credit every week for free.  Players sign up, create an anonymous game … Read More

Cerebral Blood Flow and Stroke Presentation Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

cerebral blood flow and stroke cme quiz

Cerebral blood flow (CBF) is an important factor that maintains brain function, and a prolonged insufficiency causes degeneration and irreversible impairment of brain function. Stroke is a heterogeneous syndrome caused by multiple disease mechanisms, but all result in a disruption of cerebral blood flow with subsequent tissue damage.  Let’s review cerebral blood flow and the latest guidelines for early management … Read More

Opioid Overdose Protocol Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

opioid overdose protocol board review questions CME quick quiz

Drug overdose deaths continue to increase in the United States. From 1999 to 2017, more than 702,000 people have died from a drug overdose. In 2017, more than 70,000 people died from drug overdoses, making it a leading cause of injury-related death in the United States.  Opioids—mainly synthetic opioids (other than methadone)—are currently the main driver of drug overdose deaths. … Read More

Toxicologic Disorders Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

lithium toxicity toxicology disorders quick quiz

Although accurate epidemiological data is not available, it is generally agreed that acute lithium toxicity is becoming a more frequent problem. Consequently recognition and treatment of lithium toxicity has also become more important. Acute lithium toxicity is generally subdivided into three grades: mild, moderate, and severe. Test your knowledge of Toxicologic disorders with this quick quiz question, courtesy of Med-Challenger … Read More

Pediatric Hematology Diseases Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Gerard Kiernan, MD, FAAFP, FHMEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

pediatric hematology diseases quiz

A 7-year-old boy presents to you for evaluation of abdominal pain and rash that have been present for the past 2 days (see Figure 1). Figure 1. His past medical history is significant only for an upper respiratory infection the previous week. On physical examination, his vital signs are stable, but his abdomen is moderately tender, and his stool is … Read More

Geriatric Syndromes Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Scott Akin, MD, FAAFPEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

Geriatric syndromes CME quiz

A 75-year-old man with well-controlled diabetes mellitus developed a laceration on his right lower extremity (see Figure). It happened 3 weeks ago. He tells you that he first noticed it after he got out of his car. Since then, he has been using soap and water to clean the wound. He has been applying topical antibiotic ointment and covering the … Read More

Burn Treatment Critical Care Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Kathryn Butler, MD, FACSEmergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

burn treatment CME quiz

A 46-year-old man weighing 85 kg with no past medical history is brought in by paramedics after sustaining extensive burn injuries in a brush fire. He was clearing brush in his yard when the blaze spread out of control and his clothing caught fire. By the time his family heard his cries and helped him extinguish the flames, he had … Read More

Critical Care Pharmacology: Board Review Questions | CME Quick Quiz

Paul Griner, MD, MACPEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

critical care pharmacology board review questions quick quiz

Critical Care Pharmacology Case: A 62-year-old man with a history of hypertension has been complaining of abdominal pain for several weeks. He tells you that the pain is moderate in intensity and does not seem to be related to eating. He also had chills, but no fevers have been documented. You order computed tomography of the abdomen, which showed the … Read More

Trauma Resuscitation (ATLS): Board Review Questions

Kathryn Butler, MD, FACSEmergency Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Question of the Week, Urgent Care

Trauma Resuscitation ATLS Review Questions

Trauma Resuscitation Case: A 56-year-old man is brought in by emergency medical services following extrication from his vehicle after a motor vehicle collision in which he was the unbelted driver. He was placed on a backboard with a cervical collar at the scene. In the ambulance, he was breathing spontaneously and had oxygen saturations in the low 90’s with the … Read More