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CME POST-TEST Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CME CME POST-TEST EXPIRATION DATE: JANUARY 2019 All post-tests must be completed and submitted online. Earn Category I CME Credit by reading both CME articles in this issue, reviewing the post-test, then taking the online test at http://cme.aapa.org. Successful completion is defi ned as a cumulative score of at least 70% correct. This material has been reviewed and is approved for 1 hour of clinical Category I (Preapproved) CME credit by the AAPA. LIVER TRANSPLANTATION PLANTAR FASCIITIS 1. Postoperative complications from liver transplantation 6. Which of the following best describes the typical are most commonly identified via physical examination, presentation of plantar fasciitis? a. ankle joint laxity and instability abnormal laboratory values, and which additional b. fi fth metatarsal pain with ambulation diagnostic tool? c. heel pain in the morning with relief after movement a. abdominal CT d. swelling and pain of the fi rst MTP joint b. EEG c. ERCP 7. Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include which of the d. ultrasound screening of the liver following? a. Family history of plantar fasciitis and personal history of 2. Which of the following postoperative hepatic repeated ankle sprains or fractures of the foot or ankle complications has the highest mortality? b. History of chronic infl ammatory conditions such as a. hepatic artery stenosis osteoarthritis b. hepatic artery thrombosis c. Obesity, poor-fi tting shoes, and fl at feet (pes planus) c. hepatic vein stenosis d. Secondary joint laxity due to collagen vascular diseases d. hepatic vein thrombosis 8. Orthotics have been shown to be most successful 3. A patient who recently underwent liver transplantation in treating the symptoms of plantar fasciitis when appears septic (tachypnea, altered mental status, combined with which other treatment? and hypotension) and has an elevated WBC count a. Achilles tendon stretching and elevated bilirubin. What is the next best step in b. corticosteroid injections of the plantar fascia managing this patient? c. night splints a. Perform an ultrasound to evaluate for a bile leak or biloma d. radiation therapy b. Evaluate for encephalopathy with serum ammonia levels and EEG 9. Of the following therapies, which has the limitation that c. Provide aggressive IV fl uid administration and vasopressors it only addresses symptoms without prompting healing of d. Place the patient back on the transplant list the plantar fascia? a. autologous blood injections 4. Why are postoperative transplant patients at increased b. corticosteroid injections risk for infections? c. extracorporeal shock wave therapy a. Blood loss from the transplant procedure temporarily weakens d. platelet-rich plasma injections the immune system b. Bone marrow suppression commonly occurs after introduction 10. When should surgical management be considered for of new organ antigens unique to donor tissue patients with plantar fasciitis? c. Donor organs are usually colonized with bacterial pathogens a. After attempting orthotics, at least one form of injection as a consequence of the transplant process therapy, and radiation therapy d. Immunosuppressants used for graft vitality place patients at a b. After symptoms persist despite 6 to 12 months of nonsurgical higher risk of developing infections management c. Surgery is considered a fi rst-line approach to managing 5. Which of the following is the most common adverse plantar fasciitis reaction to commonly used immunosuppressive agents d. Surgery is not an option because no surgical strategies have for posttransplant patients? successfully reduced symptoms a. gastrointestinal bleeding b. lung cancer c. nephrotoxicity d. profound hypotension JAAPA Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants www.JAAPA.com 25 Copyright © 2018 American Academy of Physician Assistants Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Academy of PAs Wolters Kluwer Health

CME POST-TEST

Journal of the American Academy of PAs , Volume 31 (1) – Jan 1, 2018

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