Spoon-Feed Your Long-Term Memory
JF delivers you the info and makes it easy to learn. Now it’s easy to commit to long-term memory with this quiz. All you need to do is test yourself to see what you remember from the 5 articles we covered this week. It’s that simple.
After the quiz, click the Answers button below to see the correct answers, a brief explanation, and link back to the original posts.
Monday - The incidence of suicide nearly doubled in patients who had traumatic brain injury (TBI) compared to baseline. Risk increased with severity of injury, number of visits, and was highest in the first 6 months post-injury. Go to post
Tuesday - Administration of plasma first for traumatic hemorrhagic shock when brought by ground did not change 28-day mortality. Go to post
Wednesday - Nasally administered etripamil was more effective than placebo at converting SVT to normal sinus rhythm (NSR) and is now moving on to phase 3 trials. Stay tuned. Go to post
Thursday - Use of pregabalin in addition to opioids vs opioids alone was associated with an increased risk of death by opioid overdose. Go to post
Friday - Adverse drug events (ADE) related to antibiotics led to nearly 70,000 ED visits a year in children ≤19 years. One out of every 330 children ≤2 years given amoxicillin will end up in the ED with an ADE. Go to post