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 +0  (nbme22#46)

Easy way: Lab values. The only one that made sense/was different for men vs women = Hb

 +1  (nbme24#3)

Can someone explain why it can't be Crohn's since that would also cause a non AGMA?

drpatinoire  If she has Crohn, she has already lost a lot of K, HCO3-, then the compensatory system wouldn't let her keep losing electrolytes in her urine.

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submitted by niboonsh(115),

is no one else concerned about the fact that theyre giving a beta 2 agonist to a woman whos 28 weeks pregnant.......?

yobo13  Beta 2 agonists relax the uterus so this would be okay, right? +  
med4fun  inhaled drugs do not have as much of systemic affect and B-agonists are used often in pregnancy for asthma control. SABAS are deemed safe but there are increased birth defects with long acting B-agonists. +