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What best describes your title?
Non-Clinician Research Coordinator
cardiologist (heart failure)
emergency medicine specialist
critical care specialist
primary care provider
Where are you based?
How did you FIRST hear about our tweetorials?
found it on Twitter searching in subject area
found it on twitter searching for CE/CME
found it on Twitter by following individual influencer
found it on Twitter by following institutional influencer
How many years have you been in practice?
How many patients per month do you typically see with the disease addressed in this tweetorial?
1. After PKD1 and PKD2, wWhat is the third most common cause of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD)?
Mutations in the PKD2 gene
Mutations in the DNAJB11 gene
Monoallelic mutations in the IFT140 gene
Mutations in the GANAB gene
2. Your patient with ADPKD asks you about the underlying what is the driving force that causes his kidneys to become relentlessly cystic:
Aberrant cell proliferation
Aberrant fluid secretion
Inflammation and fibrosis
All of the above
3. Your patient would like to learn how to get tolvaptan prescribed and what are the side effects. You tell him:
Tolvaptan is an oral medication, taken twice daily (8hours apart) and will be titrated up to tolerance
The risk of hepatoxicity is 5% so LFTs will be monitored monthly for 1.5 years then quarterly.
Polyuria and polydipsia are expected.
All of the above
4. Did you follow the entire tweetorial?
5. Did you find this to be an effective learning tool?
6. On a scale of 1 to 5, how applicable to your clinical practice was the material in this tweetorial?
Not At All Pertinent
1 is Not At All Pertinent, 5 is Extremely Pertinent
7. How will this program change your practice?
Not pertinent to my practice
Reinforces my practice
Makes me want additional education
Will change my practice
8. Will you recommend @CKD_CE and/or this website to your colleagues?
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