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all microbes, their genomes and interactions in a defined environment

microbiome

2

T/F
epidemiology can show association
epidemiology can establish causation

T
F - it cannot

3

Which oral bacteria is most common in the microbiology of infective endocarditis?

streptococci (sanguis specifically)

4

T/F antibiotic prophylaxis are likely to prevent many cases of infective endocarditis

F - they are unlikely

5

When should you use antibiotic prophylaxis?

invasiveness of procedure
high risk of infective endocarditis

6

T/F
Cardiovascular implantable electronic device infections require antibiotic prophylaxis for dental treatment
vascular grafts/stents do not require antibiotic prophylaxis for dental treatment

F - they do not
T

7

T/F
Intravascular access device infection can not have antibiotic prophylaxis for any reason

T

8

What is your recommendation for infection with joint prostheses?

maintain oral hygiene

9

which diseases is antibiotic prophylaxis prior to dental treatment definitely indicated?

immunosuppressive cancer chemotherapy

10

when is antibiotic prophylaxis prior to dental treatment not indicated?

bone pins, plates and screws
intravascular access devices
prosthetic joints
vascular grafts

11

Optimizing regular oral hygiene measure to keep bacterial loads low is recommended for what disease?

infective endocarditis