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Name a prevention method for pneumonia.
Treatment for CAP. Macrolide = Clarithromycin, Azithromycin
Treatment for CAP if patient had antibiotics in the last 3 months or in an inpatient non-ICU setting.
Differential Diagnosis for Non-Infectious Pneumonia.
Differential Diagnosis for Infectious Pneumonia.
Name a cause of ICU Hospitalized CAP.
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
Possible pathogen when someone stays in a hotel or cruise ship (close quarters) for less than 2 weeks.
Pneumovax vaccination should be given to all individuals greater than _____ years of age.Revaccinate every 5 years.
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
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Atypical organisms causing Atypical Pneumonia include Mycoplasma, Chlamydophila, and ________.Respiratory viruses such as Influenza, Adenovirus, and RSV
An infection of the pulmonary parenchyma. CAP= 4 million cases/year with 45,000 deaths annually. 6th leading cause of death.
Name a Common Complication of severe CAP.
Name a cause of Outpatient CAP.
Name a cause of Non-ICU Hospitalized CAP.
Treatment for CAP in ICU and Staph is suspected. Extended spectrum Penicillins like carbapenam's or 3rd generation Cephalosporins are used here
Physical exam sign of pneumonia when there is an associated effusion. If early - pleural rub
Viral pneumonia usually have more ______ symptoms such as rhinorrhea and congestion.
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.
Name a physical exam sign of pneunomia that presents 60-70% of the time.

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