Cardiology MOC Sample Question 1
Which of the following is true regarding warfarin therapy in PAD treatment?
- AWarfarin and aspirin should be used in all patients with PAD
- BWarfarin and aspirin should be used in PAD patients with an ABI < 0.70
- CWarfarin is not recommended in PAD treatment
- DWarfarin has been shown to reduce cardiovascular events more than aspirin in PAD patients
- EWarfarin has been shown to reduce cardiovascular events more than aspirin in PAD patients
Cardiology MOC Sample Question 2
Which of the following treatment options has been most consistently shown to be effective for the primary prevention of sudden cardiac death in patients with CAD and recent MI?
- BBeta-Blocker medications
BoardVitals MOC Sample Question 3
A 58-year-old male smoker treated for hypertension complained of chest pain on exertion in the preceding 4 weeks. To investigate the clinical symptoms, you performed a stress perfusion cardiac magnetic resonance showing hypoperfusion during IV administration of adenosine. Which area of the myocardium is more vulnerable to hypoperfusion?
- EAll of the above
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