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Atypical, clinically silent MIs are found in _____.
A negative D-dimer test can be used to rule out the possibility of ____ in low-risk patients.
In COPD patients with chronic hypercapnia, high concentrations of O2 may suppress patient's hypoxic respiratory ______
Beck's triad can diagnose acute cardiac ______: JVD, hypotension, distant heart sounds.
ABCD management for Atrial Fibrillation
Cardiac syncope is associated with 1-year sudden cardiac death rates of up to ____%
Dyspnea, tachycardia, and a normal CXR in a hospitalized and/or bedridden patient should raise suspicion of ____
Exudates
ULTD indications for CABG
MONA therapy in MI
ABCT Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Loops lose _____; thiazides take it in.
An ____ gallop signifies a stiff noncompliant ventricle and increased 'atrial kick' and may be associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
____ and ____ have been shown to have a mortality benefit in the treatment of angina.
Virchow's triad: hemostasis, trauma, _____
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______ angina: mimics angina pectoris but is caused by vasospasm of coronary vessels.
LMNOP management of acute CHF
Ascending aortic dissections are _____ emergencies, while descending dissections can often be treated medically.
The most common indicator for pacemaker placement.
Common causes of chest pain
Medications that can cause or contribute to interstitial lung disease
Transudates
_____ should be suspected in children with multiple episodes of croup and URIs associated with dyspnea
Name a cause of pulmonary hypertension
Name a risk factor to CAD
Most common cause of sudden death in young, healthy athletes in the United States.
CHAPS cause of secondary hypertension
An _____ gallop signifies rapid ventricular fillin in the setting of fluid overload and is associated with dilated cardiomyopathy.
ARDS
Dyslipidemia: LDL greater than 130, HDL less than ____

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