GI and GU microbiology - Humble style

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With which antibiotic would you treat Uncomplicated cystitis in a female adult
Crampy abdominal pain, fever and diarrhoea for 7 days. History of eating poorly cooked chicken
How would you treat Campylobacter jejuni
A patient with HIV has had a 3 month history of chronic foul smelling diarrhoea, and has lost 5kg in weight
7 days after eating undercooked ground beef, this patient developed severe profuse bloody diarrhoea and severe profuse abdominal cramping
After a week-long camping trip, this patient develop profuse watery diarrhoea , as well as abdominal cramps, bloating and flatulence. After several days, the stools become greasy a
4 day history of nausea & vomiting, non-bloody diarrhoea and abdo pain. Has a pet iguana.
A child with 2 week history of nausea, vomiting, fever and bloody diarrhoea. There is a different presentation in adults
With which antibiotic would you treat Complicated cystitis in an adult
With which antibiotic would you treat Giardia
A 7yr old has developed severe profuse diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal cramps 1 week after visting Kilbirne pool on a class trip
With which antibiotic would you treat Clostridium difficle
With which antibiotic would you treat Shigella in children
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How would you treat Salmonella (non-typhus)
An 89yr old lady living at a rest home has developed abdominal cramps, nausea and diarrhoea
With twhich antibiotic would you treat Shigella in adults
With which antibiotic would you treat Cystitis in a child
A 4 yr old child at a day care centre has has 3 days of nausea and vomiting and fever, and has now developed profuse watery diarrhoea.
How would you treat Cryptosporidium?
After a course of amoxycillin and clindamycin, this patient developed profuse diarrhoea and abdominal cramping
With which antibiotic would you treat Pyelonephritis
An adult with acute onset of fever, vomiting and right lower quadrant pain
Yersinia enterocolitica in adults
A fever, cramping abdominal pain and diarrhoea, which was at first non-bloody but became bloody and mucoid
Yersinia enterocolitica in children

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