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The answer is C. (Chapter 151) Current superactivated charcoal has three times the absorptive area of older preparations, or 3000 m2 kg. The dose is 1 mg kg, and it may reduce absorption of ingested toxins by 50 percent. Cathartics may be dangerous, especially in pediatric patients and when given in multiple doses to poorly hydrated patients. 532. The answer is E. (Chapter 151) Arsenic, mercury, and gold poisoning are treated with BAL. Each milliliter of BAL in oil has 100 mg of...

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DIRECTIONS Each question below contains five suggested responses. Choose the one best response to each question. 368. All of the following are TRUE of spontaneous abortion (SAB) EXCEPT (A) more than 50 percent of the abortuses have chromosomal abnormalities (B) most SABs occur before 8 or 9 weeks of gestation (C) maternal factors such as uterine adhesions and pelvic structural abnormalities may lead to SABs (D) the incidence of SAB climbs with increasing maternal age (E) the pain associated...

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A patient presents to the ED and has the following laboratory values sodium 139 mEq L, potassium 4.1 mEq L, chloride 112 mEq L, bicarbonate 15 mEq L, blood urea nitrogen BUN 22, creatinine 1.5, and glucose 180. All of the following could be the etiology of these laboratory findings EXCEPT B renal tubular acidosis, type II 301. What is the calculated osmolarity for the patient in question 300 302. Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone SIADH secretion can be caused by each of the...