Microbiology- infectious diseases (Respiratory)

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You are highly contagious at the Covalescent phase (whooping cough) - True or false

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Is Rhinitis an upper respiratory disease? (True or false)

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What is the causative agent for whooping cough?

Corynbacterium Diptheria
Bordetella pertussis
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Mycobacterium Avium
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What is the treatment for Rhinitis

Antibiotics
Anti-viral drugs
only tx for symptoms
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Which causative agent is involved in pharyngitis is you are experiencing NECK SWELLING

Viruses
Streptococcus pyogenes
Fusobacterium necrophorum
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An ear infection is also referred to as..

Rhinitis
Pharyngitis
Otitis media
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Diptheria is caused by a

Bacterium
Virus
Fungus
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Majority of ear infections are caused by?

Mixture of bacteria and viruses
Streptococcus pyogenes
Haemophilus influenza
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Whooping cough is prevented with

Hint: 2 choices
Antibiotics (for contacts)
(Acellular) DTAP vaccine
Hygiene practices
Condoms
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Diptheria is an infection of the _____ & _____ that is easily preventable by ______.

Bronchioles, Alveoli, Vaccine
Nose, Throat, Antibiotics
Bronchioles, Alveoli, Antibiotics
Nose, Lungs, Vaccine
Nose, Throat, Vaccine
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The flu is also referred to as

Influenza
Respiratory syncytial virus
The common cold
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What is the prevention for Rhinitis ?

Vaccine
Personal Hygiene practices
Food hygiene
There is no prevention for this disease
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Diptheria is prevented with

Antibiotics
DTAP
Passive antibody
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All are influenza causative agents except...

Influenza A
Influenza B
Influenza C
Influenza D
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How is an ear infection transmitted?

Endogenous
Droplet contact
Indirect contact
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Whooping cough is also referred to as...

Common cold
Group A strep
Pertussis
Otitis media
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All are ways of transmission of Diptheria except

Droplet contact
Direct contact
Indirect contact with contaminated fomites
Fecal-oral
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Haemophilus influenza infections have reduced with introduction of a childhood vaccine against it in 1980's

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Paryngitis/ Group "A" Strep is an inflammation of the

nose
throat
lungs
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The Flu begins in the upper respiratory tract, but in serious cases may also affect the lower respiratory tract. (True or False)

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What is the major route of influenza?

Inhalation of Virus-laden aerosols and droplets
Contact with infected fomite
Fecal-oral
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Everyone who experiences RSV is treated with Ribavirin (Antiviral). True or False.

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Rhinitis is also known as...

Ear infection
The common cold
inflammation of the throat
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Pharyngitis causative agents are

Streptococcus pneumonia,Treponema pallidum, Viruses
Streptococcus pyogenes, Fusobacterium necrophorum, Viruses
Streptococcus pyogenes, Bodetella pertussis, Viruses
Streptococcus pneumonia, Fusobacterium necrophorum, Viruses
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RSV stands for

Respiratory Silent Virus
Respiratory Symptmatic Virus
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
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Treatment for otitis media

Hint: 2 choices
Watchful waiting for 72 hrs
Antibiotics
Anti-viral
Symptom relief only
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All of these are agents for Otitis media except

Streptococcus pneumoniae
Streptococcus pyogenes
Haemophilus influenza
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Which complication is least expected to happen when Pharyngitis is caused by S.Pyogenes?

Scarlet fever
Rheumatic fever
Necrotizing Fasciitis
Glomerulonephritis
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What can an ear infection lead to if not treated?

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What is the prevention for otitis media caused by Steptococcus pneumoniae?

HIB Vaccine
Hygiene practices
Pneumoccocal conjugated vaccine (heptavalent)
Dtap
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Whooping cough is transmitted via

Indirect contact
Respiratory droplets
Endogenous
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Relenza (Zanamivir) is a tx option for the flu that treats Influenza A,B, and C (True or False)

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The most striking symptom for Diptheria is

Lack of apetite
Rash
Pseudomembrane on tonsils
Runny nose
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Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) can treat and prevent influenza. ( True or False)

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There are two distinc Symptom phases for Pertussis. (True or False)

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Symptoms of the flue include

Headache, chills, dry cough, rash, and sore throat
Headache, chills, dry cough, body aches, fever, stuffy nose, and sore throat
Cough, body aches, fever, stuffy nose, and fatigue only on the first dat
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what is the agent for Rhinitis

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What is the most common agent/s for Otitis media?

Hint: 2 choices
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Streptococcus pyogenes
Haemophilus influenza
Other bacteria or Virus
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Rhinitis make patient more susceptible to secondary infections. (True or false)

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All are prevention options for the Influenza virus except

Inactivated injected vaccine
Inhaled live attenuated vaccine
Recombinant vaccine
Toxoid vaccine
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what is the most common agent for Rhinitis?

Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Rhinoviruses
Salmonella
Streptococcus pneumoniae
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RSV is transmitted Via (all are true except one)

Droplet contact
Indirect contact
Endogenous
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What is the prevention for otitis media caused by Haemophilus influenza?

HIB Vaccine
Hyigiene practices
BCG Vaccine
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine
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Who is more susceptible to RSV

Healthy children over the age of 15
Elderly people
Newborns
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Treatment for Diptheria is ___ + _____