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5 Matching questions

  1. Thayer Martin VCN medium
  2. C perfringens toxin
  3. Serotonin syndrome
  4. Diptheria
  5. measles
  1. a Neck swelling, low grade fever, pseudomembranous pharyngitis
    Has a 3% mortality rate
  2. b Selective media for N. gonorrhea
    PMN: Always the rich people who have the STDs
  3. c rubeola; transmission: respiratory droplets; symptoms: hacking cough, sneezing, nasal discharge, eye redness, sensitivity to light, high fever CHARACTERISTIC RED RASH; Koplik spots: red patched with white grain-like center appears on gum line; vaccine: MMR
  4. d alpha toxin=lecithinase=phospholipase C which causes red blood cells to split and by destroying lecithin, a component of phospholipids found in RBCs, thus causes massive hemolysis and necrosis when a person gets infected with this toxin
  5. e Confusion, restlessness, HTN, tachycardia, clonus, hyperreflexia, shivering, diaphoresis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Treats TB
  2. Used in acne treatment, but not associated with severe photosensitivity reactions
  3. Most common IE after dental procedures
  4. Benzo antagonist;
    This drug is used for benzodiazepine overdose but can cause withdrawal seizures in alcoholics or chronic benzo users
  5. 35-37 weeks

5 True/False questions

  1. How to get to steady stateFlumazenil- antagonist of the benzo R

          

  2. Protective mechanisms- VerotoxinEnterobacteria

          

  3. t1/2(Vd*ln 2)/CL where Vd=volume of distribution, CL=clearance

          

  4. Viruses known to invade the dorsal root sensory gangliaToxoplasmosis and CNS lymphoma

          

  5. Ether on viral particlesMost viral particles contain an envelope which is made up of lipids and can be destroyed by _____