Flashcards in EENT Deck (26):
paranasal and middle ear are ______
in the _____, strep viridans, s. epidermis, strep salivarius, neisseria, strep pneumoniae, haemophilus influenzae
UR tract is ______
staph epidermis, corynebacterium, and staph aureus are in the _____
chronic inflammation of the lid is ________. Red rims. Treat with ________
conjunctivitis is viral, bacterial, and _____
viral conjunctivitis is from the ________, HSV
viral conjunctivitis is associated with redness. Bacterial is associated with ______
Hordeolum is a stye, from staph ____
drain and ______ for stye if it's big enough.
IV antibiotics, hospitalization for orbital ________
the three etiologies for otitis media are (same 3 for acute bacterial sinusitis):
poor drainage from the eustachian tubes because of age occurs in ______ ______ . Change treatment if they don't get better in 3 days.
labyrinthitis (inflammation of vestibular labyrinth) is ________. Rarely can be bacterial
most common cause of temporary vertigo, with nausea and vomiting, is ________
acute mastoiditis is most commonly caused by _______ and strep pyogenes. Requires IV antibiotics, may need surgery.
otitis externa ("swimmers ear") can be either ______ or fungal
topical antibiotic and topical steroid used for ________
upper respiratory infection - "common cold" can be rhino or coronaviruses, or ______virus
parainfluenza/respiratory synctial virus
fever is uncommon in adults with a cold, may be present in children. more common in _____
strep throat is group A ___ hemolytic s. pyogenes
strep throat is ____% of sore throat cases
centor criteria for strep:
tender anterior cervical adenopathy
substantial fatigue is a highlight for ______, and enlarged posterior cervical nodes. Caused by the Epstein Barr virus.
acterial bacterial sinusitis caused by: