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1

Are Aminoglycosides effective against Pseudomonas

Yes

2

How can one get infection with Pasturella Multocida

Dog bite 

 

cat bite

3

What organism is involved in cat scratch

Bartonella

4

What organism is involved in human bite

Eikenella ....coco bacilli

5

Group A beta hemolytic streptococci pharyngitis should resolve within how many days of penicillin treatment

3 days

6

List five bacteria that cause pharyngitis

1. Group A beta hemolytic streptococcus 

2. Gonococcus

 

3. Chlamydia

 

4. Mycoplasma

 

5. Cornybacterium

7

Pharyngitis following oral sex

Gonococcus 

8

Which other organism is often associated with gonococcus 

Chlamydia 

9

Name the most I'm on skin colonising bacteria

1. Staph epidermidis

 

2. Non hemolytic streptococci

10

Ear pain and discharge in an elderly diabetic patient

Malignant otitis externa......pseudomonas

11

Causes of dysphagia in  an HIV patient

Candida

CMV

Herpes simplex

12

Filipino with a pulmonary nodule

Coccidiodomycosis

13

Previously healthy adult develops pulmonary Edema or ARDS

Hanta virus pulmonary syndrome

14

Slapped cheek appearance

Parvo B 19

15

Common cause of non gonococcus urethritis

Chlamydia

16

Rarer causes of non gonococcus urethritis

Ureaplasma urealyticum

17

Can pneumocystis infection involve extrapulmonary sites

Yes

18

Common cause of retinitis in HIV patients

CMV

19

Affliction of CMV other than retinitis

colitis

adrenalitis

pneumonitis

hepatitis

20

Seizures in an HIV patient

CNS lymphoma

 

Toxoplasmosis

21

What is the treatment for trichomonas vaginalis

Treat patient and partner with metronidazole 

22

Name a antibiotic usually associated with photo sensitivity 

Tetracycline

23

What is the side effects of carbapenems

Seizures

24

Adverse effects of aminoglycosides

Acute tubular necrosis

 

muscle weakness 

25

What is the hallmark of chicken pox rash

Papules

vesicles

rash

 

all in various stages of development

26

What is the incidence of varicella pneumonia in adults

20%

27

Differential of a vesicular rash and pneumonia

ECHO 

 

coxsakie

28

In whom is the influenza A vaccine contraindicated 

Egg allergy

29

Role of amantidine in Influenza A vaccine

Protective antibodies appear after two weeks. Amantidine protects during that period

30

Recovery from an enteroviral infections requires what type of immunity

Humoral

31

CNS involvement with varicella

Cerebellum

 

Transverse myelitis

 

polyneuritis

32

Indication for corticosteroids in infectious mononucleosis

Severe hemolytic anaemia

 

Airway obstruction

33

Name the organism that frequently causes nosocomial uti in elderly catheterised patients

Providencia species

34

Young man with a purplish painless fluctuant lesion on the mandible

Actinomycosis

35

A young woman with asthma and eosinophilia 

ABPA

36

What has been recognised as the first manifestations of lymes

Facial nerve palsy