Risk Assessment

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How often should a young adult (aged 20-39) have their cholesterol checked?Every 5 years unless >200 mg/dlWhat age should someone receive the meningococcal vaccine (Menactra)?All adolescents aged 11-18 years of age; ideally 11-12Should some receive more than one meningococcal vaccine?Controversial; revaccinate 1 time only for high-risk (e.g. college freshman living in dorms) after 5 years from lastWhen should a digital prostate exam begin and how often should it occur?Annually at 40 years of ageWhen should PSA screening begin and how often should it occur?All males 50 years of age, however begin at age 40 if family hx of prostate cancer or if African AmericanWhen should a baseline ECG be obtained?At 40 years of ageWhen should the herpes zoster (Shingrix) vaccine be given?At 50 years of age (series of two, second dose 2-6 months later)How often should elderly adults (60+) received complete physical exams?Every 2 yearsWhen can pap smears be discontinued?Between 65 - 70 if there are three consecutive negative pap smears and no abnormal tests in the past 10 yearsIf pap smear is performed with HPV co-test, how often should it be performed?Every 5 yearsWhat age group should a pap with HPV co-test not be performed?<30 years oldWhen should a screening abdominal aortic aneurysm ultrasound be performed?Males aged 65-75 who have ever smoked; selectively screen if never smokedWho should receive lung cancer screening?50-80 years of age with a 20+/= pack-year history who currently smoke or have quit within the last 15 yearsWho should receive the pneumococcal vaccine?Everyone 65+ years of age and those younger if certain underlying conditionsWhat are the recommended pneumococcal vaccines for adults?Adults who have never received a pneumococcal conjugate vaccine should receive PCV15 or PCV20. If PCV15 is used, it should be followed by a dose of PPSV23When should glaucoma screening begin and how often should in be repeated?40 years of age and annuallyWhat is the #1 killer of adults?Heart disease (CAD + MI)What is the #2 killer of adults?CancerWhat is the #3 killer of adults?AccidentsWhat is the #4 killer of adults?Lower respiratory diseaseWhat is the #5 killer of adults?