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1

What is the main focus of primary prevention, and what is an example?

preventing disease in the first place - immunizations

2

What is the main focus of secondary prevention, and what is an example?

screening for asymptomatic disease (the patient comes in and has no complaint of symptoms) - mammograms, colonoscopies

3

What is the main focus of tertiary prevention, and what is an example?

preventing complications from symptomatic disease - diabetes management

4

What guidelines should be used for average risk asymptomatic individuals in a primary care setting?

USPSTF guidelines for adequate screenings

5

What screening services are 100% covered by all insurances under the ACA?

A and B level recommendations

6

How are screening decisions made?

- does it lessen the burden of suffering
- how good is the screening test
- does it provide adequate prevention

7

What are some harms that can be associated with screening?

risks associated with the screening test
anxiety
over diagnosis
additional diagnostic testing
be aware of limited benefit with certain comorbidities

8

What is the guideline for carotid artery stenosis screening?

Grade D

9

What are the guidelines for hypertension?

Grade A: everyone over 18
blood pressure is taken at every visit anyway

10

What are the guidelines for hypertension in children and adolescents?

AAP: 3 years and older, every health care episode
NHLB: 3-17 years old annually
bright futures AHA: during annual well child visits beginning at age 3

11

What are the screening guidelines for hyperlipidemia/high cholesterol?

under age 20 insufficient evidence

age 40-75 with no history of cv disease, but at least 1 CVD risk factor (over 10%) - they should be put on a statin/cholesterol medication = Grade B

age 76+ with no history of CVD insufficient evidence

12

What is the guideline for coronary heart disease?

if their is no history of CHD - insufficient evidence

using an EKG for low risk adults is a grade D

13

What is the guideline for abdominal aortic aneurysm in men?

65-75 year olds who had smoked = Grade B

65-75 year olds never smoked = Grade C

14

What is the guidelines for abdominal aortic aneurysm for women?

65-75 who smoked - insufficient evidence

65-75 if they never smoked = Grade D

15

What are the guidelines for peripheral artery disease?

risk assessment with ankle brachial index indicates insufficient evidence

16

What is the guideline for aspirin prophylaxis for a person 50-59 years old?

50-59 year olds = grade B, if they have a greater than 10% 10 year CVD risk, not at risk for bleeding, life expectancy of at least 10 years, willing to take daily

17

What is the guideline for aspirin prophylaxis for a person 60-69 years old?

age 60-69 with a greater than 10% 10 year CVD risk = Grade C

18

What is the guideline for aspirin under 50 or over 70 years old?

insufficient evidence

19

What is the guideline for colorectal cancer?

adults age 50-75 = Grade A

adults age 76-85 = Grade C

20

What is the guideline for prostate cancer?

Grade D

21

What are the harms associated with prostate cancer screening?

false positives,
biopsy side effects
overtreatment
side effects from treatment

22

What are the current USPSTF draft recommendations for prostate screening?

Grade C age 55-69
Grade D men 70+

23

What are the guidelines for skin cancer?

insufficient evidence

24

What are the USPSTF guidelines for breast cancer?

40-49 Grade C
50-74 Grade B

25

What are the ACOG guidelines for breast cancer?

every year 40-74
over 75 individualize

26

What is the USPSTF guidelines for cervical cancer?

screen women at 21-65 (Grade A)
do not screen under 21
do not test for HPV under 30 (Grade D)

27

What is the guideline for lung cancer?

adults 55-80 with a history of smoking Grade B

can get a CT if there is a 30 pack year history, or has quit in the last 15 years

28

What is the guideline for chlamydia?

Grade B for sexually active women under 24, and older women at risk

insufficient evidence for men

29

What is the guideline for Hep B?

Grade B = people at high risk

Grade A = pregnant women at first prenatal visit

30

What is the guideline for Hep C?

Grade B = people at high risk and offer 1 time screening for baby boomers

no guideline for adoslescents and adults