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Summer 2018 CME Quiz
The Maryland Family Doctor - Summer 2018
1. Diagnosing and Treating Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
2. Antibiotic Stewardship
3. Performing Arts Medicine
Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
The American Medical Association (AMA) accepts the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Prescribed credit as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for the AMA Physicians Recognition Award (PRA).
CME activities approved for AAFP Prescribed credit are recognized by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) as equivalent to AOA Category 2 credit.
1. Complete the quiz and click the “submit” button.
2. A confirmation page will populate confirming that your quiz was received by MDAFP. The confirmation will verify the number of credits earned.
3. Print the confirmation for your records.
4. Directly report the indicated number of credits to AAFP (MDAFP does not report credits to AAFP)
5. Questions or in need of assistance? Contact the MDAFP office at
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Article 1 Questions
1. Symptoms commonly found in POTS include all the following except:
Transient chest pain
2. Patients with POTS have a lower prevalence of co-morbid autoimmune disorders than the general population
3. POTS is more common in males than females
Article 2 Questions
1. What percentage of acute bronchitis is viral?
2. Azithromycin is the antibiotic of choice for streptococcal pharyngitis
Article 3 Questions
1. Which of the following affect the young music student:
Changing body morphology and inappropriate instrument size
Performance an travel stresses that intrude on school work
Increased pressure to deny pain and thus develop overuse injuries
A strong support group of teachers, trainers, and coaches that support these “small muscle athletes”
2. When faced with a singer with a routine viral URI who must perform that or the next day, it is best to treat conservatively with decongestants and antihistamines and avoid steroids.
3. Performance anxiety is:
Relatively rare in top, world class, performers
Best treated with anxiolytics or daily SSRIs
Generally not responsive to CBT
A potentially career ending phobia
4. Working with performers allows the Family Doctor to see the patient in the context of is or her profession and tailor individual treatments or work “out of the box”.