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A 52-year-old woman presents to her primary care provider’s office with complaints of a pruritic rash on her chest. She has a past medical history of morbid obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. On exam, there is a sharply demarcated area of erythema underneath both breasts. Direct microscopy of skin scrapings reveals oval budding yeast and pseudohyphae. Which of the following is the most appropriate management?

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This woman, with limited areas of candidal intertrigo, is best treated with topical econazole. Intertrigo is an inflammatory condition of two opposed skin surfaces or folds. Intertrigo can be infectious or noninfectious. The inflammatory process is induced by heat, friction, moisture, and lack of air circulation. The resulting skin breakdown creates a warm, moist environment that is ideal for overgrowth of microorganisms. While bacteria can cause intertrigo, the most common etiology is a superficial infection of Candida species. Risk factors for candidal intertrigo include obesity, tight-fitting clothing, hyperhidrosis, urinary or fecal incontinence, diabetes mellitus, topical or systemic corticosteroid use, antibiotic use, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, and chemotherapy. Patients with recurrent or severe candidal infections without an obvious cause should undergo further evaluation for underlying or undiagnosed endocrinopathy, malignancy, or HIV infection. Candidal intertrigo is typically located in inguinal folds, axillae, scrotum, inframammary folds, beneath a pannus, or intergluteal folds. The involved area appears erythematous and macerated with satellite papules and pustules. The plaques are usually pruritic. The diagnosis of intertrigo is mainly clinical, but potassium hydroxide (KOH) examination or direct microscopy can be used to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment involves antifungal medication, skin care, and addressing predisposing risk factors. Topical antifungal medication is effective and well tolerated in most patients with mild to moderate infections. Oral agents may be required when topical therapy has failed or if there are multiple intertriginous areas involved. Skin care with drying agents is important for preventing recurrences of intertrigo. Commonly used drying agents are antifungal powders, like nystatin. Weight loss, loose clothing, and absorbent hygiene products may be useful preventative measures.

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(Q) What is a classic ECG finding of hypercalcemia?

(A) Shortened QT interval.

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Cushing’s Syndrome

  • Patient will be complaining of amenorrhea, central obesity, depressive symptoms, and easy bruising
  • PE will show purple striae, “moon face” (facial adiposity), “buffalo hump” (increased adipose tissue in the neck and upper back), and hypertension
  • Diagnosis is made by 24 hr urine cortisol and testing ACTH levels
  • Most commonly caused by hypercortisolism from ACTH-secreting pituitary tumor
  • Comments: If cause is pituitary tumor then called Cushing’s disease

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Nurse Practitioner Exam Information

Which exam you take is a personal choice. Rosh Review will prepare you for both the AANP and ANCC Certification exam.

  AANP ANCC
Once authorized, how long until test 120 days 90 days
Number of questions 150 (15 sample) 175 to 200 (25 sample)
Length 3 hours 4 hours
Immediate notification of Pass/Fail Yes Yes
If failed Complete 15 hrs of CME in area(s) of weakness from score report before retake  Retake test after 60 days of last testing date. (Max 3x in 12 months)
When is exam offered? Year round Year round
Credential NP-C FNP*-BC *Specific to specialty
Renewal period 5 years 5 years
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  • Assessment
  • Diagnostic
  • Treatment

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  • Healthcare policy
  • Theoretical foundations
  • Ethical considerations

Emergency Nurse Practitioner

Developed by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCB) in collaboration with the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP).

The following eligibility requirements established by AAENPCB include:

Option 1

  • Minimum of 2,000 direct, emergency care clinical practice hours as a Family NP in the past 5 years.
  • Evidence of 100 hrs of continuing emergency care education
  • Minimum of 30 continuing emergency care education hours in emergency care procedural skills within those 5 yrs.

Option 2

  • Completion of an academic emergency care graduate/post-graduate NP program from an accredited nursing program, or
  • Completion of a dual FNP/ENP graduate/post-graduate certificate program from an accredited nursing program.

Option 3

  • Completion of an approved emergency fellowship program.

The Rosh Review Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP-C) Question Bank was created specifically to help you receive your ENP-C designation.

  • 1,500 Questions and Comprehensive Explanations
  • Designed with the AANPCB Examination Blueprint for Emergency Care
  • Receive 100 Continuing Education Credits

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AANP + CE
Crush Your Cert and Earn CE

$299

1 year
$249 - 90 days
$229 - 30 days

Earn 100 AMA PRA Cat 1 CE credit(s)™

1,500 Questions and In-Depth Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

Emphasis On Clinical Medicine, Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment

ANCC + CME
Crush Your Cert and Earn CE

$299

1 year
$249 - 90 days
$229 - 30 days

Earn 100 AMA PRA Cat 1 CE credit(s)™

1,500 Questions and In-Depth Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

Emphasis On Practice Role, Healthcare Policy, Theoretical Foundations and Ethical Considerations

Emergency NP + CE
Crush Your ENP Cert and Earn CE

$399

1 year
$349 - 90 days
$329 - 30 days

Earn 100 AMA PRA Cat 1 CE credit(s)™

1,500 Questions and Comprehensive Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

In conjunction with the AANP and AAENP Examination Blueprint

AANP
Crush Your Cert

$199

1 year
$149 - 90 days
$129 - 30 days

1,500 Questions and In-Depth Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

Emphasis On Clinical Medicine, Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment

ANCC
Crush Your Cert

$199

1 year
$149 - 90 days
$129 - 30 days

1,500 Questions and In-Depth Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

Emphasis On Practice Role, Healthcare Policy, Theoretical Foundations and Ethical Considerations

Emergency NP
Crush Your ENP Cert

$299

1 year
$249 - 90 days
$229 - 30 days

1,500 Questions and Comprehensive Explanations

1,500 One Step Further questions and answers

In conjunction with the AANP and AAENP Examination Blueprint

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