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January 23-28, 2019 NAPLEX & Clinical CPJE 6-day Live Course

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Location: Residence Inn by Marriott, John Wayne Airport
2855 Main Street, Irvine, CA 92614

Dates: January 23-28, 2019

Live Course Fee: $1,250.00

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Structure


SIX days of Live Board Review: Focusing on NAPLEX® and the clinical pharmacy portion of CPJE.

Course book: 730 pages of FOCUSED, HIGH YIELD material accompanying the lectures. No fluff, no unnecessary information. You will receive the course book within 5 business days to start your preparation. The better prepared you come, the more beneficial the lectures and the quicker you will be ready to sit for the boards. The lectures/course material are comprehensive and no other review material will be needed. 

Question Bank: 2500 online question bank with detailed explanations and patient profile cases to solidify your understanding of the material. 

Support: Pharmacy board experts, Dr. Yavari & Dr. Miremadi's support and assistance via email throughout your preparation. 

January 23-28, 2019 Course dates and hours:
January 23 - Wednesday            8 AM - 6:30 PM
January 24 - Thursday                8 AM - 6:30 PM
January 25 - Friday                     8 AM - 6:30 PM
January 26 - Saturday                 8 AM - 6:30 PM
January 27 - Sunday                   8 AM - 6:30 PM
January 28 - Monday                  8 AM - 6:00 PM

Notes:

1. Postponing Live course attendance date: You can postpone your lecture attendance date to any of the future class dates in 2019 by sending us an email. As a courtesy to other students who might be on the waiting list, please inform us as soon as possible. 

2. NO LAW lectures: The 6-day Live board review is solely CLINICAL pharmacy lectures for NAPLEX and the Clinical portion of CPJE. The Law portion of CPJE is covered by CA Law Online Course.

3. Due to time constraints, some topics covered in the course book and online course will NOT be lectured on during the live review. 
4. Audio recording of the lectures is NOT permitted.

5. Time-frame for preparation: For a first-time taker, new US grad with average knowledge base: about 6-8 weeks of studying after the lectures; For other students, preparation might take longer. 

6. Students registering after January 16th will pick up their course books on the first day of lectures.

Access to Online Question Bank is included with the Live course: 2400 Board-type questions with answers, detailed explanations & patient profile cases to solidify your understanding of the material. 

The questions are formatted to include patient profiles, fill in the blank calculations, and standard multiple choice questions. 

Progress Tracking allows you to follow and manage your question bank results, and evaluate your progress on your user dashboard. At the end of your study, we have two comprehensive practice tests to conclude the material that has been covered. 

Question:

A.J is a 49-year-old male with history of liver cirrhosis. He is brought in to ER by family members with chief complaint of confusion and altered mental status for the last 24 hours. On exam, A.J is difficult to arouse; he is not oriented to time, person or place.

Vitals:   BP: 110/67 mmHg       P: 80          RR: 14       Temp 98.6

Labs:

Na+ ………………….. 135 mEq/L

K+ …………………… 4.2 mEq/L

Albumin …………….   2.0 g/dL

ALT ………………….  60 U/L

AST ………………….  56 U/L

Ammonia …………...  110 (15 – 45 mcg/dL)

INR ………………….   2.1

Urine analysis & Lumbar puncture results are normal.

Which of the following treatment measures do you recommend?

Select ALL that apply:

Answer:
Question:

Which of the following medications are used to treat hyperphosphotemia of ESRD? Select ALL that apply.

Answer:
Question:

D.B is a 67-year-old male with ESRD on dialysis who has been on Epogen 3000 units SC three times a week for anemia of chronic renal failure. His recent labs are as follows:

Hgb …………………. 12.6 g/dL (13.5 – 16.5 g/dL for males)

Hct …………………… 38.6 % (40% – 52%)

MCV …………………. 86 fL

WBC ………………… 4.0 thous/microL

Platelets …………….. 185 thous/microL

With regards to his Epogen dosing, what would be the most appropriate course of action?

Answer:
Question:

R.N., a 56-year-old male, presents to the ER with progressively worsening shortness of breath at rest, fatigue, and bilateral pitting edema of his legs for the last few months. He has a history of diabetes and long-standing hypertension. 

Current Medications:

Metformin 1000 mg PO BID

Pioglitazone 30 mg PO QD

Hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg PO QD

Lisinopril 40 mg PO QD

Amlodipine 10 mg PO QD

Vitals:  BP: 110/63 mmHg    P: 110,    Resp Rate: 26    Temp: 97.8

Labs:

BUN  ................................   19 mg/dL

Serum Creatinine ............    1.1 mg/dL

Potassium .......................     3.1 mEq/L

BNP ................................     960 (10 - 300)

Troponins .......................     Negative

Chest x-ray ....................      Enlarged cardiac silhouette, mild pulmonary edema

Echo: EF  ......................      32%

Which of his medications may be worsening his pulmonary edema and leg edema symptoms? Select ALL that apply.

Answer:
Question:

If your patient is on Normal Saline IV maintenance rate of 100 cc per hour, how many miliEquivalents of NaCl will he be receiving in a day?  MW of NaCl = 58.5

Round off to the nearest WHOLE number. 

Answer:
  mEq
Calculator
Question:

R.P. a 78-year-old male patient with history of HTN, stage 4 CKD, and type 2 DM, complains of severe chronic pain.

Social history: Smoker

Vitals: BP: 129/88 mmHg     Pulse: 74      Resp Rate: 14     Temp: 98.6

Serum Creatinine ……………  3.9 mg/dL

Which of the following pain medications is/are NOT renally cleared and thus a good choice for R.P.?

Select ALL that apply.

Answer:
Question:

A patient with type 2 diabetes is taking 35 units of NPH insulin at breakfast and 55 units at bedtime. His provider would like to switch his current insulin regimen to Lantus U-100 insulin at bedtime. The patient’s A1c is 6.5%. What would be the most appropriate Lantus dose in units qhs?

Answer:
  units qhs
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Question:

Which of the following is NOT a suspending agent?

Answer:

Your score:

You correctly answered out of questions.



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Topics Covered in Live Course

Due to time constraints, some of the topics covered in the course book and online course will not be lectured on during the Live Review. 

Hypertension

Hypertensive emergency

Congestive Heart Failure

Atrial Fibrillation

Anti-Arrhythmics

Anti-Coagulants

Anti-platelets

Thrombolytics

Stroke

Angina

Acute Coronary Syndrome

Myocardial Infarction

Autonomic Nervous System

Dyslipidemia

LABS

Electrolytes

Metabolic panels

Renal and Hepatic dysfunction

CBC and Anemias

Asthma & COPD

Nebulizers and MDIs

Diabetes Mellitus

Chemotherapy

Osteoporosis

Contraceptives

Womens' health

Rheumatoid Arthritis 

GERD / PUD

Pregnancy  

Smoking Cessation

Pain Management

Muscle Relaxants

Insomnia 

About the boards

Patient Profiles / Inpatient cases

Calculations

Statistics

Compounding

IV Incompatibilities

TPN

Ulcerative Colitis

Crohn's disease

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Multiple Sclerosis

Transplant Drugs

Antibiotics

Antivirals

Antifungals

Tuberculosis

HIV  /  AIDS

Immunizations

Anxiety and related disorders

Depression

Bipolar disorder

Schizophrenia

Parkinson's

CNS Stimulants

Weight loss

Alzheimer's

Migraine

Seizure

Gout

Herbals

OTC

Thyroid Meds

Ophthalmic Meds

Cystic Fibrosis

Sickle Cell Disease

Erectile Dysfunction

 

 

Accommodations


The course fee does NOT include hotel sleeping room accommodation.

Residence Inn by Marriott Sleeping Room Reservation:  If you need to reserve a sleeping room, click here: Online Reservation  (Group rate online code expires January 2nd). After the cut-off date, you can reserve a sleeping room (based on availibity) by calling Residence Inn: 949-261-2020 (ask for Gaby Gustafson or Cody Emerson) using the PassNAPLEXnow group rate. Hotel provides complimentary airport shuttle to SNA airport.

Closest Airports:

Orange County / Santa Ana Airport (SNA) also known as John Wayne Airport is about 1 mile from the hotel. Residence Inn hotel provides complementary Airport shuttle service from and to SNA airport. Residence Inn shuttle service: 949-261-2020 Ext: 0.

Long Beach Airport (LGB) is about 25 miles away.  

Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is about 40 miles away and shared shuttle fare / Uber is in the range of $60-$90.

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Course Title
Dates
Price
Location
 
NAPLEX & Clinical CPJE 6-day Live Course
January 23-28, 2019
$1,250
Irvine, CA
Live Course + Online Course Bundle
January 23-28, 2019
$1,450
Irvine, CA