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1

how is a mild to moderate complicated UTI treated

fluorquinolones or Bactrim PO
10-14 days
no hospitilization

2

how is a severe complicated UTI treated

cephalosporins or Beta lactams IV (amoxicillin...)
10-14 days

3

who should be treated for asymptomatic bacteriuria

pregnant or about to undergo urologic procedure

4

what needs to be done with all catheter associated UTIs

remobe indwelling catheters

5

what are the primary type of skin infections

1. cellulitis
2. impetigo
3. folliculitis

6

what are 2 secondary skin infections

diabetic foot infection
bite wounds

7

what is a fiery red painful skin infection with sharply demarcated borders

erysipelas

8

what is a papular or postular inflammation of hair follicles

folliculitis

9

what is a painful, firm or flactuant abscess originating in a hair follicle

furuncle

10

what is a network of furuncles connected by sinus tracts

carbuncle

11

what is a large vesicle and or honey crusted sore

impetigo

12

what is cellulitis

painful, erythematous infection of deep skin with poorly demarcated borders

13

what is the deepest of the skin infections

necrotizing faciitis

14

what is the scientific term for flesh eating bacteria

type II necrotizing faciitis (caused by group A strep)

15

what is seen in purulent staph aureus

1. furuncle (boil)
2. carbuncle
3. abscess

16

what is seen in a nonpurulent strep infection

1. erysipelas
2. cellulitis
3. necrotizing infection

17

what is the cytotoxin responsible for leukocyte destruction and skin necrosis in community acquired MRSA

Oanton- Valentine leukocidin (PVL)