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  2pac - 01/06/18 19:30
  High potency: Trifluoperazine, Fluphenazine, Haloperidol (Try to Fly High)—neurologic side effects (eg, extrapyramidal symptoms [EPS]). Low potency: Chlorpromazine, Thioridazine (Cheating Thieves are low)—anticholinergic, antihistamine, α1-blockade effects.

Reviewing it now for step 3!!!
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* Re:Love new fa step 1
  2pac - 01/06/18 19:39
  How to reverse nms?  
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  2pac - 01/06/18 19:39
  How to treat malignant hyperthermia ?  
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  2pac - 01/06/18 19:39
  Nms vs serotonin sx?  
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  2pac - 01/07/18 12:09
  Pralidoxime : MOA
Atropine : MOA

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  r0ja - 01/07/18 12:52
  treat by stopping drug and cool patient, and then if needed give dantrolene or bromocriptine  
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  2pac - 01/07/18 13:21

Bipolar depression treatment ?
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  2pac - 01/08/18 21:43
  Tgf beta for fibrosis in liver

Mallory bodies in alcohol hepatitis

Rifaximin for both etec and hepatic encephalopathy
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* Re:Love new fa step 1
  2pac - 01/10/18 07:50
  Nephroblastoma (Wilms tumor) A SECTION III 569 Most common renal malignancy of early childhood (ages 2–4). Contains embryonic glomerular structures. Presents with large, palpable, unilateral flank mass Transitional cell carcinoma A Squamous cell carcinoma of the bladder Urinary incontinence A and/or hematuria. “Loss of function” mutations of tumor suppressor genes WT1 or WT2 on chromosome 11. May be a part of several syndromes: WAGR complex: Wilms tumor, Aniridia (absence of iris), Genitourinary malformations, mental Retardation/intellectual disability (WT1 deletion) Denys-Drash: Wilms tumor, early-onset nephrotic syndrome, male pseudohermaphroditism (WT1 mutation) Beckwith-Wiedemann: Wilms tumor, macroglossia, organomegaly, hemihyperplasia (WT2 mutation) B Most common tumor of urinary tract system (can occur in renal calyces, renal pelvis, ureters, and bladder) A B. Can be suggested by painless hematuria (no casts). Associated with problems in your Pee SAC: Phenacetin, Smoking, Aniline dyes, and Cyclophosphamide. Chronic irritation of urinary bladder Fibrovascular core in papillary tumor squamous metaplasia Dysplastic urothelium dysplasia and squamous cell carcinoma. Risk factors include Schistosoma haematobium infection (Middle East), chronic cystitis, smoking, chronic nephrolithiasis. Presents with painless hematuria. Stress incontinence Outlet incompetence (urethral hypermobility or intrinsic sphincteric deficiency)  intra-abdominal pressure (eg, sneezing, lifting).  leak with  risk with obesity, vaginal delivery, prostate surgery. ⊕ bladder stress test (directly observed leakage from urethra upon coughing or Valsalva maneuver). Treatment: pelvic floor muscle strengthening (Kegel) exercises, weight loss, pessaries. Urgency incontinence Overactive bladder (detrusor instability)  leak with urge to void immediately. Treatment: Kegel exercises, bladder training (timed voiding, distraction or relaxation techniques), antimuscarinics (eg, oxybutynin). Mixed incontinence Features of both stress and urgency incontinence. Overflow incontinence Incomplete emptying (detrusor underactivity or outlet obstruction)  leak with overfilling. postvoid residual (urinary retention) on catheterization or ultrasound. Treatment: catheterization, relieve obstruction (eg, α-blockers for BPH).  
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