Preventive Medicine Board Review Sample Question 1
Which clinical feature in a 10-year-old child with asthma signifies that the condition is not well controlled and that an additional medication or change in medication regimen is indicated?
- ANighttime awakening due to symptoms three times per month
- BSymptoms twice per week
- CUse of short-acting beta2-agonist twice per week
- DPeak flow 85% of predicted
Preventive Medicine Board Review Sample Question 2
During which age range does malignant neoplasm surpass unintentional injury as the leading cause of death?
- A65 and older
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