CME with Gift Card OB GYN Package
OB GYN CME Package With Gift Card Add on ($250-$1500)
This OB GYN CME allows the customer to purchase CME with Gift Cards. Add on Apple, Best Buy, Lowe’s, or Amazon gift cards ($250-$1500) to make Premium CME Package. The price of CME with Gift Card will be included in total package price.
More importantly, the course includes our CME OB GYN Package. This OB GYN CME Package includes a video lecture over the PAEA Women’s Health End of Rotation Blueprint (1 hour and 20 minutes) and over 200 questions, answers, and detailed explanations over the Women’s Health Blueprint. In addition you add on any of the following gift cards at check out:
CME with Gift Card (Gift Cards $250-1500)
Apple Gift Card ($250-1500)
This course meets the category 2 CME requirement for AAPA. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and medical students may find this course helpful.
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Click on the link for the PAEA End of Rotation Topic List for Women’s Health End of Rotation Exam
Sample Video of Women’s Health
End of Rotation Questions
1. Which of the following lab studies best demonstrates menopause findings:
A. High estradiol and low FSH and LH
B. Low estradiol and high FSH and LH
C. High estradiol and high FSH and LH
D. Low estradiol and low FSH and LH
1. Choice B is the correct answer. High FSH and LH and low estradiol is to be expected. The FSH and LH are high because the negative feedback systems from the hypothalamic pituitary axis cannot be shut off because the ovaries “stopped working.” The estradiol is simply not produced enough to signal the anterior pituitary to quit producing FSH and LH.
2. Your patient is a 24 year old female 31 weeks pregnant with preeclampsia in the ER with headache, dizziness and vomiting. Her blood pressure is 235/130 and heart rate is 88. Which of the following is not appropriate for management of her elevated blood pressure emergently?
2. Choice D is the correct answer. Nitroprusside is not ideal for preeclampsia patients. It is actually pregnancy category C, but hydralazine, labetalol, and methyldopa are more safe. In addition, there is a cyanide toxicity risk even at low infusion rates.