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Zoonoses (4) - Bugs From Your Pets

Brucella abortus, Francisella tularensis, Yersinia pestis, Pasteurella multocida

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Undulating fever is caused by

Brucella abortus

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Source of Brucella

Unpasteurized dairy products (Unpas=Undulating fever)

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DOC for brucellosis (undulating fever)

Doxycycline + rifampin

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Tularemia is caused by

Franciscella tularensis

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DOC for tularemia

streptomycin or gentamicin

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Transmission of tularemia

TICKS (Dermacentor - same with erlichosis), Aerosols, Contact, Ingestions

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Most virulent bacteria

Yersinia pestis

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small, gram negative rods with bipolar staining (safety pin) - 2 answers

Yersinia pestis and Pasteurella multocida

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Yersinia pestis causes

plague - bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic

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Transmission of yersinia

Flea bite/inhalation

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Buttery colonies with musty odor due to indole production

pasteurella multocida

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Reservoir of yersinia

wild rodents

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resorvoir of pasteurella

cats and dogs

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transmission of pasteurella

animal bites

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DOC for pasteurella

Pen G

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reservoir of francisella

rabbits, deers, rodents

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DOC for yersinina

Streptomycin and tetracycline

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TB: Prevents leukocycte migration

Cord Factor (most impt virulence factor of TB)

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TB: subpleural granuloma

Ghon's focus

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TB: Ghon's + LN

Ghon's complex

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TB: Radiologically detectable calcification

Ranke's complex

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TB: Reactivation focus

Simon's Focus

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(+) PPD for HIV, AIDS, old TB, immunocompromised

>5mm

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(+) PPD for HR population

>10mm

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(+) PPD for LR population

>15mm

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TB: Completed DOTS -> Declared NEG -> Positive again

Relapse

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TB: Remained smear positive at the end or after tx

Failure

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TB: tx was interrupted for 2 consecutive months

Defaulter

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TB: Cat I - New smear positive

2HRZE + 4HR