Cysteinyl – Leukotriene Pathway Inhibitors
____Leukotriene Receptor Antagonist
treatment for MR – ACE/ARBs (vasodilators–dec afterload, incr fwd flow)
contradict (to oppose) (KOnczradykt) – zaprzeczać
What cranial nerves are associated with the pharyngeal arches? – Cranial nerves 5, 7, 9 and 10.
short of breath – idiom – to have trouble breathing; especially after exercise of some exertion (ex: climbing stairs)
bacteria – a disease-causing organism
left heart failure – niewydolność lewokomorowa
reassurance – the act of reassuring
Mr. Brown was in a motor vehicle accident which resulted in minor trauma to his liver. As a result he will have pain in the _____ quadrant of the _____ cavity:
significant face / neck burn – значительный ожог лица / шеи
omeprazole – used to treat GERD
Bechet's disease (triple sx complex) – chronic infl of blood vessels thr'out body; rare
oral apthous ulcers
genital ulcers
tetanus vaccination – two injections 4 weeks apart, booster every 2-3 years
common to vaccinate mares one month before foaling, maternal antibodies last 3-4 months
Amlodipine-atorvastatin – Caduet
MHG-CoA Reductase Inhibitor- CA channel blocker
Treatment of high blood pressure and cholesterol
I am sick – мне нездоровится
Mr. Brоwn wаs in а mоtоr vehicle аccident which resulted in minor trauma to his liver. As a result he will have pain in the _____ quadrant of the _____ cavity:
Aspirin – A drug used to treat pain, and reduce fever or inflammation. It is sometimes used to treat or prevent heart attacks, strokes, and chest pain.
hyperglobulinemia can mean – immune reaction
A 48 year-old male with a known history of hypertension is brought to the ED complaining
of headache, general malaise, nausea and vomiting. The patient currently takes nifedipine
(Procardia)90mg XL every day and atenolol (Tenormin) 50 mg every day. Vital signs reveal
temperature 98.6°F, pulse 72/minute, respiratory rate 20/minute, and the blood pressure is
168/120 mmHg. BP reading taken every 15 minutes from the time of admission reveal the
systolic to run from 176 to 186 mmHg and the diastolic to run from 135 to 150 mmHg.
Physical examination reveals papilledema bilaterally. There are no renal bruits noted. The
EKG is normal. Based upon this presentation, what is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Meningitis
B. Secondary hypertension
C. Pseudotumor cerebri
D. Malignant hypertension – (u) A. See D for explanation.
(u) B. See D for explanation.
(u) C. Pseudotumor cerebri presents with papilledema, but not hypertension and is more common
in young females.
(c) D. Malignant HTN is characterized by diastolic reading greater than 140 mm Hg with evidence
of target organ damage.
Navel – Hollow, dark area at the center of the stomach
melancholic – from Greek melan-, "black" + chole, "bile", gloomy and anxious owing to a surplus of black bile

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