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Question 1: Which of the following is true regarding warfarin therapy in PAD treatment?

 

  1. Warfarin and aspirin should be used in all patients with PAD

  2. Warfarin and aspirin should be used in PAD patients with an ABI < 0.70

  3. Warfarin is not recommended in PAD treatment

  4. Warfarin has been shown to reduce cardiovascular events more than aspirin in PAD patients

  5. Warfarin has been shown to reduce cardiovascular events more than aspirin in PAD patients

 

Reference: Creger and Libby Chapter 61

Question 2: Which of the following treatment options has been most consistently shown to be effective for the primary prevention of sudden cardiac death in patients with CAD and recent MI?

 

  1. d-Sotalol

  2. Beta-Blocker medications

  3. Amiodarone

  4. Dofetilide

 

Reference: The cardiology intensive board review / editors, Leslie Cho, Brian P. Griffin.--3rd edition. 2015. Wolters

 

Question 3: A 58-year-old male smoker treated for hypertension complained about chest pain on exertion in the preceding 4 weeks. To investigate the clinical symptoms, you performed a stress perfusion cardiac magnetic resonance showing hypoperfusion during IV administration of adenosine. Which area of the myocardium is more vulnerable to hypoperfusion?

 

  1. Subepicardium

  2. Mid-myocardium

  3. Subendocardium

  4. Pericardium

  5. All of the above

 

Reference: The cardiology intensive board review / editors, Leslie Cho, Brian P. Griffin.--3rd edition. 2015. Wolters

 

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