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submitted by strugglebus(69),

As an edit: 108,001 people reported to have side effects when taking Hydrochlorothiazide. Among them, 25 people (0.02%) have Breast discharge

neonem  I think the best way to answer this question was by process of elimination. +  
sympathetikey  That's some bullshit lol +  
karljeon  Haha I eliminated the answer by process of elimination. +3  
medschul  I eliminated thiazides by process of elimination :( +  
medstudent65  Shit I eliminated thiazides because of elimination went with HTN thinking intercranial bleed effecting the pituitary +1  


submitted by monoloco(57),

I have regarded crepitus as the rubbing of bone-on-bone. My study partner and I think this is a purely definitional question. Yes, crepitus could also be trapped air. Context, I guess.

medstudent65  Crepitus is used to describe bone-on-bone grinding. Subcutaneous crepitus is very specific sound referencing air finding its way into the skin which you can hear but also feel by rubbing your hand over the affected area. The addition of subcutaneous lets you know we are specifically talking about air in the skin. +1  


submitted by gasngo711(1),

Is this basically just a "maintain quality of life" kind of question?

medstudent65  Its a stupid as shit question. Some of the ethics questions on these new NBMEs are horrible. +6  


submitted by hayayah(418),

The only time you transfuse a Jehovah's Witness patient is when the patient is a minor (<18 years old).

medstudent65  I get why the answer is not to proceed but simply stating at admissions you dont want blood products means nothing without proper paperwork being signed. +  
md_caffeiner  @medstudent65 From what I recall paperwork is needed for example: if the pt is unconscious and wife says that he is Jehovah's Witness. +