Tuesday, September 11, 2007

CME Quiz

Mental Floss has a CME quiz.

Try to match 10 popular drugs with their warning labels.

Sample warnings:

  1. Babies born to mothers who have taken [this drug] in the latter half of pregnancy have reported complications, including difficulties with breathing, turning blue, floppiness, stiffness, irritability or constant crying.
  2. Vision changes, such as seeing a blue tinge to objects or having difficulty telling the difference between the colors blue and green. Also, "An erection that won't go away".
  3. Some patients tried to end their own lives. And some people have ended their own lives.

Test yourself here.

Hat tip Boing Boing.

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Anonymous said...

Good fun but the flea treament threw me, it's side effect could have applied to all the others for some ingestors.
Nonetheless, I still scored 60% :)

CL Psych said...

Hate to brag, but I got 10 out of 10! Granted, three of 10 were lucky guesses, but it still felt like an accomplishment. Thanks for linking it. Look out for floppy babies!

Anonymous said...

I got 5 out of 10 - and I'm not even a doctor.