Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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THE LEARNING SCOPE ▶ CE Offering • 1 Contact Hour 1. The most common population to contract lupus includes: a. Asian males b. black women c. b oth genders of Northern European decent d. elderly women 2. Fatigue, headaches and vascular complications are primarily associated with: a. discoid lupus b. acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus c. drug-induced lupus d. systemic lupus erythematosus 3. SLE-associated thrombosis can result in: a. decreased levels of vitamin C b. thyroid disease c. anemia d. stroke 4. Lupus pregnancies are considered high risk due to: a. lower extremity edema b. intrauterine growth restriction c. post-term delivery d. over-production of maternal platelets 5. The most common bacterial infection associated with SLE includes: a. herpes zoster (shingles) b. human papilloma infection c. urinary tract infection d. influenza 6. The classic diagnostic finding leading to the diagnosis of SLE is: a. low C-reactive protein level b. positive antinuclear antibody test c. lupus anticoagulant test d. electroencephalography 7. The classification of medication that can be used for mild, moderate and flares of SLE is: a. NSAIDs b. corticosteroids c. antimalarials d. anti-B cell therapy 8. Treatment and prevention recommendations for the patient with lupus includes: a. yearly pneumococcal vaccination b. isoniazid (INH) c. plasmapheresis d. hepatitis B and HIV baseline serology 9. Occupational therapy often is employed with SLE to: a. reduce pain, stiffness and inflammation b. a pply ultrasonography to give deep heat to muscles c. u tilize adaptive activities and equipment for everyday tasks d. e xercise in therapeutically heated water/pools 10. Psychological therapy may be indicated for the SLE patient due to: a. memory loss b. dealing with narcotic pain management c. prevention of flares d. energy conservation

Evaluation 1. I can recognize the most common symptoms of SLE. a. strongly agree b. agree c. neutral d. disagree e. strongly disagree 2. I can explain the potential risks and complications associated with SLE. a. strongly agree b. agree c. neutral d. disagree e. strongly disagree 3. I can identify the diagnostic testing methods for SLE. a. strongly agree b. agree c. neutral d. disagree e. strongly disagree 4. The objectives relate to the overall goal of the article. a. strongly agree b. agree c. neutral d. disagree e. strongly disagree 5. The article is well-written and logically organized, and defines terms adequately. a. strongly agree b. agree c. neutral d. disagree e. strongly disagree

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