Medicine Immunology grab bag

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Does S. Aureus or S. Pyogenes possess the catalse enzyme?
How would you treat an infection with Pseudomonas Aeruginosa?
Where do aminoglycosides act in the bacterial cell?
In what area of the meninges does bacterial infection occur in meningitis?
Give one antibiotic used to treat acute endocarditis?
Use of which antibiotic can cause antibiotic-associated colitis?
What is a common empiric treatment for typical pneumonia?
Which bacterium causes necrotising fasciitis
True or false: a case of osteomyelitis involving sequestrae cannot heal without surgery
Give one bacteria that commonly causes subacute endocarditis
Name an antigen on the influenza virus?
Name one organism which typically causes meningitis in children?
Which organism typically infects limb protheses?
Which antibody is present in the mucosa?
What organism typically causes meningitis in AIDS patients?
Name one drug used to treat hepatitis C?
Does whooping cough affect babies, toddlers, children, adults or the elderly?
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What kind of bacteria typically infects those with cystic fibrosis?
Is Hepatitis E or B easier to contract?
What is the name for the method of biofilm bacteria sensing each other?
Name one drug potentially useful in treating influenza?
True or false: Beta lactams are most effective against gram positive bacteria?
Name one anti-fungal drug
Where in the body do the paramyxoviruses typically cause infection?
Name three symptoms of meningitis
Give an example of a beta lactam antibiotic
Would haemophilia be best tested by the APTT, PT or TCT?
Which bacterium causes gas gangrene?
What is the most common bacteria that causes septic arthritis
What is a symptom that rheumatic fever typically presents with?
Which bacterium is the most common cause of osteomyelitis?
What is the term for an antibiotic which inhibits bacterial growth?
If a lumbar puncture returns clear, with raised protein and normal glucose, is it caused by bacteria, fungi or viruses?

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