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Drug of choice for bacterial vaginosis

Metronidazole

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Treatment of syphilis in pregnancy

Benzathine Pen G IM single dose

3

Green yellow frothy discharge
Strawberry cervix
Metronidazole 2g single dose- until after 1st trimester; treat regardless if symptomatic
Partners should be treated

Trichomonas

4

In trichomonas infection, breastfeeding must be withheld up to how many hours after the last dose?

12-24 hours

5

Most common manifestation of vulvovaginal candidiasis

Vulvar priritus

6

Recommended treatment for candiasis for pregnant women

TOPICAL azole creams

Fluconazole contraindicated

7

Drug of choice for chlamydia in pregnancy

Azithromucin 1g PO single dose

8

Ophthalmia neonatorum
Septic aborion
PROM
Chorioamnionitis

May be seen in what infection

Gonorrhea

9

Treatment for gonorrhea

Ceftriaxone 250mg IM single plus treatment for chlamydia ( azith 1g PO single dose)

10

Appears after penicillin treatment of syphilis characterized by uterine contractions accompanied by late fetal heart deceleration

Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction

11

Can women with HSV infection breastfeed?

Yes as long as there are no active lesions in the breast

12

Fetal immunity begins to develop during what age of gestation?

9-15 weeks AOG

13

What immunoglobulin is the primary fetal response to infection?

IgM

14

If given varicella and MMR vaccine, how long till you can get pregnant?

1 month after vaccination

15

Pregnant women without history should receive varicella zoster Ig if with significant exposure to a person infected within

96 hours of exposure

16

Varicella zoster Ig must be given to neonates if mother has clinical evidence when?

5 days before and up to 2 days after delivery

17

How many weeks AOG has a 90% chance of developing congenital rubella syndrome?

First 12 weeks

18

Most common single defect in congenital rubella

Sensorineural deafness

19

Heart defect in congenital rubella

PDA

20

Most common perinatal infection

CMV

21

Clostridium infection due to this species can cause septic abortion

C. perfringens

22

This bacterial infection can cause preterm labor, PROM and chorioamnionitis

Group B strep

23

Universal vaginal and rectal GBS screening culture is done at

35-37 weeks

24

Intrapartum Antimicrobial prophylaxis for GBS

Pen G

25

Amniotic fluid brownish in color
Stillbirth
Disseminated granulomatous lesions
Chorioamnionitis
Macroabscess in placenta

Listeriosis

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Treatment for listeria monocytogenes

Ampicillin gentamicin
Prevention of food borne transmission

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Raw undercooked meat
Cat feces with oocysts
Endemic in PH

Toxoplasmosis

28

Toxoplasmosis triad

Chorioretinitis
Intracranial calcifications
Hydrocephalus

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This drug prevents congenital infection of toxoplasmosis

Spiramycin

30

This drug for toxoplasmosis eradicates parasites in placenta and fetus
Given after 18 weeks or suspected fetal infection

Pyrimethamine, sulfonamides and folinic acid

31

Gold standard for diagnosis of malaria

Blood smear

32

Contraindicated for malaria in pregnancy

Primaquine and doxycycline

33

Drug of choice for amebiasis in pregnancy

Metronidazole

34

Metronidazole targets what stage of the amoeba

Trophozoite stage

35

If with exposure to Zika, delaying conception should be done for how many weeks?

Women- 8 weeks
Men- 6 months