Science Quiz / Goyal Bacterial and Viral Pneumonia

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Atypical organisms are intrinsically resistant to ______ agents and must be treated with a macrolide, a fluoroquinolone, or a tetracycline. Atypical pneumonia is not very symptomaticNa
Physical exam sign of pneumonia when there is an associated effusion. If early - pleural rub
In the event of an influenza outbreak, unprotected patients at risk should be vaccinated and given ______ with either oseltamivir or zanamivir for 2 weeks until vaccine induced ant
Pneumovax vaccination should be given to all individuals greater than _____ years of age.Revaccinate every 5 years.
Treatment for CAP in ICU and Staph is suspected. Extended spectrum Penicillins like carbapenam's or 3rd generation Cephalosporins are used here
Differential Diagnosis for Non-Infectious Pneumonia.
Name a Common Complication of severe CAP.
Name a physical exam sign of pneunomia that presents 60-70% of the time.
Treatment for CAP. Macrolide = Clarithromycin, Azithromycin
Viral pneumonia usually have more ______ symptoms such as rhinorrhea and congestion.
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Three particular noteworthy complications of CAP are metastatic infection, lung abscess, and complicated ______ _______.pH less than 7, glucose less than 2.2mmol/L, and Lactate dehydrogenase >1000U/L , then the fluid should be drained and chest tube is usually required.
Atypical organisms causing Atypical Pneumonia include Mycoplasma, Chlamydophila, and ________.Respiratory viruses such as Influenza, Adenovirus, and RSV
Name a cause of ICU Hospitalized CAP.
Name a prevention method for pneumonia.
Differential Diagnosis for Infectious Pneumonia.
Name a cause of Outpatient CAP.
Treatment for CAP if patient had antibiotics in the last 3 months or in an inpatient non-ICU setting.
Name a cause of Non-ICU Hospitalized CAP.
Possible pathogen when someone stays in a hotel or cruise ship (close quarters) for less than 2 weeks.
An infection of the pulmonary parenchyma. CAP= 4 million cases/year with 45,000 deaths annually. 6th leading cause of death.

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