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Welcome to the diabetes assessment portion of the workshop.
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This test is composed of 11 questions based on the information provided to you during the activity. You will have Two attempts to complete this test. The time allowed is one hour which will allow enough time to search for the correct answers.
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Question 1 of 11
Francis tells you he eats a lot of rice, half of his plate is rice. What is the best advice you can give Francis about his diet?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 11
Lab tests were ordered for Francis, his HbA1c came back to be 8.5% proving that he is diabetic. His fasting blood glucose was 10mmol (180mg). Kidney and liver function are normal. Life style modifications were tried and failed.CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 11
In order to monitor his therapy, what is your target HbA1c for Francis?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 11
By chance, you see Francis again in your MTM clinic, he was started on Metformin and the dose was titrated to 1000mg BID. He has been on this medication for one year now. However, his HbA1c is 8%CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 11
A 40-year-old patient was admitted to your emergency department. He was seen 2 weeks ago because of excess urination and thirst, random blood glucose is 27mmol (485gm), normal electrolytes and no ketones in urine. Therefore, DKA was ruled out. He was given 10 units of insulin and discharged on Metformin. After 2 weeks he comes again with symptoms and random blood glucose 23 (415). How would you approach this patient?CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 11
A 45-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes for 3 years, her BMI is 29, she has normal blood pressure, does not smoke, her LDL is 2.9 (110mg), HDL 1.7mmol (65), TG 1.4mmol (130). How would you manage this patient?Correct 2 / 2 PointsIncorrect / 2 Points
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Question 7 of 11
Ajith is a patient who is diabetic and hypertensive. The patient tells you that he is compliant to his medications and he bought a proper blood pressure measuring device at home. However, he is not sure what his BP should be. He is asking you what should be his target blood pressure when he measures at home?CorrectIncorrect
Question 8 of 11
A 68-year-old patient came to your MTM clinic, he is diabetic and hypertensive. The patient is on insulin, metformin, lisinopril and statin. His BP is 152/88, A1c 7.5%, LDL 2.5mmol and HDL 1.0mmol.
What can be done to lower his risk of CVD? The patient is asking about omega-3 and vitamin ECorrectIncorrect
Question 9 of 11
Francis is a 38-year-old patient admitted to your hospital. As you are taking his medical history, he tells you that he is diabetic. You ask him how did he find out about his diabetes. He replied: “I had one high blood sugar reading using the capillary meter”.
Would you record that he is diabetic? Why or why not and what is your recommendation to confirm or deny the diagnosis.CorrectIncorrect
Question 10 of 11
A 35-year-old patient with type 2 DM. She is on Metformin and gliclazide. She has amenorrhea for 6 weeks. Today, her pregnancy test is positive. Her last HbA1c is 7.9%. How would you approach this patient?CorrectIncorrect
Question 11 of 11
The physicians asks you to compose a comprehensive standard of care for his newly diagnosed diabetic patient. What are your recommendations?CorrectIncorrect