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Acute Sinusitis/OM Organisms

Strep Pneumo
H flu
Moraxella

2

Strept pyogenes

tonsillar exudates
tender anterior cervical LAN
fever, no cough

3

Mono/EBV

strep negative
spleen
persistent
teenager

4

Most common cause of cystitis

E coli

5

Proteus mirabilis

UTI
struvite stone/staghorn calculus
alkaline pH

6

Measles/rubeola

Coryza, Cough, Koplik's Spots
rash face to trunk

7

Blastomycosis

Pneumonia
GU involvement
skin
broad-based budding yeast

8

immunocompromised, large cavitary lesion

Aspergilloma
APBA in asthma/CF with high eos
bronchiectasis

9

Sporothrix schenckii

gardener
pustules along draining lymphatics (ascending lymphangitis)

10

Smallpox

high fever and prostration
followed by vesicular/papular/pustular rash from face to trunk

11

Pneumonic Plague

fulminating pneumona 2-4 days after exposure
watery blood tinged sputum
closed safety pin gram neg coccobacilli

12

Bubonic Plague

purulent lymphadenitis

13

Botulism

normal sensorium
descending flaccid paralysis
bulbar nerve palsies (diplopia, dysphonia, dysarthia, dysphagia)

14

Tularemia

febrile flu-like syndrome 3-5 days post exposure
pneumonia

15

Viral hemorrhagic fever/Ebola/Marburg

multiorgan failure
DIC
hemorrhage

16

Lyme Disease/Borrelia Burgdorferi

red rash with clear center
followed by Bell palsy, heart block, arthritis

17

Babesiosis/Ixodes tick

fever
hemolytic anemia post NE travel
asplenia

18

Enterobius vermicularis

pin worm
child
perianal itching

19

Dog bit

pasturella multilocida

20

human bite

eikenella

21

kitten scratch

Bartonella henseale
axillary LAN
bacillary angiomatosis in HIV

22

nail penetrating through tennis shoe

P. aeruginosa

23

Actinomyces israelii

branching rods in oral infection, sulfar granules

24

Bordetella pertussis

cough till vomit
high lymphoctes
insidious onset than paroxysmal

25

Ostemyelitis in sickle cell patient

salmonella
staph
strep

26

Relapsing malaria months after treatment

P. vivax, P. ovale
hypnozoite forms released from liver cells

27

Vancomycin

nephrotox
ototox
Red man syndrome

28

Aminoglycosides

nephrotox
ototox

29

Sulfonamides

hemolytic anemia with G6PD def
neutropenia
severe drug rash

30

Peniclllin

interstitial nephritis

31

Fluoroquinolone

achilles tendon rupture

32

INH

transaminitis
neurotoxiticy unless take pyroxidine B6

33

Ethambutol

optic neuritis
red-green color blindness