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5 Matching questions

  1. Non inflammatory diarrheoa characterised by
  2. Types of lab diagnostics
  3. What is the principal symptom associated with GITMD
  4. Bacterial GITMD common to Australia
  5. Diarrhoeal infections normally target and alter the function of
  1. a Macroscopic: this a visual inspection to see consistancy
    Microscopic: closer inspection using microscope to detect the presence of blood, mucus or pus that weren't visible to the naked eye. Can tell you whether it was a inflammatory infection or not.
    Stool culture: This is where bacteria are grown for identification to distinguish the causitive agent
    ASA can be used if anti biotics are to be used.
  2. b no leucocytes in stools
    rarely blood in stools
    raely mucus in stools
    greatly increased watery stools
    no one to slight abdo pain (effects small intestine)
    +/- fever
  3. c diarrhoea
  4. d The LGIT : normal function water, electrolyte absorption and excretion of faeces. Hence why if this function is altered water and electrolyes are expelled creating watery faeces. This process leads to dehydration which can be life threatening in chronic cases.
  5. e Campylobacter, Salmonella, Escherchia coli, Shigella, Listeria, Yersina, Bacillus, Clostridum, Vibro species

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. severe, chronic and require therapy
  2. yes
  3. Food toxins: bacteria is coated with toxin and is preformed in the food so doesn't need to replicate in GIT to cause symptoms. Indicated by rapid onset and often multiple cases from people consumiing the same food. (enterotoxins commonly indicated Staph.aureus & Bacillus cereus)
  4. Giardia, Cryptosporidium
  5. liquefied stools

5 True/False questions

  1. Why would neonates be particularly vulnerableself resolving in immunocompetant individuals and antibiotics are normally contraindicated

          

  2. Most common sourceswater and food

          

  3. What are appropriate samples for specimen collectionFaeces and vomitus

          

  4. Diarrhoea can behuman specific pathogen requires mandatory treatment with antibiotics and reporting to limit spread

          

  5. What types of gropus are considered high riskMacroscopic: this a visual inspection to see consistancy
    Microscopic: closer inspection using microscope to detect the presence of blood, mucus or pus that weren't visible to the naked eye. Can tell you whether it was a inflammatory infection or not.
    Stool culture: This is where bacteria are grown for identification to distinguish the causitive agent
    ASA can be used if anti biotics are to be used.

          

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