Description : Clostridium difficile is a. the cause of pseudomembranous colitis. b. traveler‘s diarrhea. c. meningoencephalitis. d. undulant fever.
Last Answer : a. the cause of pseudomembranous colitis.
Description : Escherichia coli is a common gram that can be a cause of a. positive rod; hemorrhagic colitis b. negative rod; traveler‘s diarrhea c. positive coccus; typhoid fever d. negative rod; cholera
Last Answer : b. negative rod; traveler‘s diarrhea
Description : What is the name of the syndrome of fever, abdominal cramps, and bloody mucoid stools caused by Shigella species? a. Bacterial dysentery b. Typhoid fever c. Pseudomembranous colitis d. HUS
Last Answer : a. Bacterial dysentery
Description : This gram-positive rod can cause meningoencephalitis, septicemia, and newborn meningitis. a. Bacillus cereus b. Listeria monocyto genes c. Clostridium peringens d. Escherichia coli
Last Answer : b. Listeria monocyto genes
Description : Enterohemorrhagic E. coil (EHEC) can cause a. Undulant fever. b. Hemolytic uremic syndrome. c. Guillain-barré syndrome. d. Stomach ulcers.
Last Answer : b. Hemolytic uremic syndrome.
Description : A 19-year-old woman with recurrent sinusitis has been treated with different antibiotics on several occasions. During the course of one such treatment she developed a severe diarrhea and was hospitalized. ... difficile? (a) Ampicillin (b) Cefazolin (c) Clindamycin (d) Metonidazole (e) Tetracycline
Last Answer : Ans: D
Description : The condition known as pseudomembranous colitis is associated with a. Excessive antibiotic use in the intestine. b. Invasion of the tissues by Streptococcus mutans. c. Swollen lymph nodes. d. The secondary stage of syphilis.
Last Answer : a. Excessive antibiotic use in the intestine.
Description : diffuse abdominal pain , bleeding per rectum and fever 38.3 c , preceded by urinary infection 3 weeks back treated with AB , diagnosis : Ischemic colitis Amoebic colitis Pseudomembranous colitis
Last Answer : Pseudomembranous colitis
Description : Is fidaxomicin effective for the treatment of clostridium difficile infection?
Last Answer : Techniquely, yes! Fidaxomicin is an antibiotic that belongs to the class of the macrocyclics and is indicated for the treatment of CDI. In clinical trials, fidaxomicin, when compared to vancomycin, ... recurrence than the overall CDI population. I found the answer from the website of BOC Sciences.
Description : The following organisms are frequently responsible for superinfections except: A. Pseudomonas aeruginosa B. Salmonella typhi C. Clostridium difficile D. Candida albicans
Last Answer : B. Salmonella typhi
Description : Pseudomembranous colitis?
Last Answer : DefinitionPseudomembranous colitis is infection of the large intestine (colon) with an overgrowth of Clostridium difficilebacteria.Alternative NamesAntibiotic-associated colitis; Colitis - pseudomembranous; ... infants younger than 12 months old because they have protective antibodies fro
Description : Which one of the following statements about ampicillin is false? (a) Its activity is enhanced by sulbactam (b) It causes maculopapular rashes (c) It is the drug of choice for Listeria monocytogenes infection (d) It eradicates most strains of MRSA (e) Pseudomembranous colitis may occur with its use
Description : The parasites of malaria invade the body's ______ and bring on intense _________. a. White Blood Cells; Diarrhea b. White Blood Cells; Chills And Fever c. Red Blood Cells; Chills And Fever d. Red Blood Cells; Diarrhea
Last Answer : c. Red Blood Cells; Chills And Fever
Description : This opportunistic protozoan causes primary meningoencephalitis (PAM). a. Plasmodium Vivax b. Toxoplasma Gondil c. Naegieria Fowleri d. Paragonimus Westermani e. Entamoeba Histolytica
Last Answer : c. Naegieria Fowleri
Description : Which one of the following bacterial species is NOT a cause of food poisoning (noninflammatory gastroenteritis)? a. Escherichia coli b. Bacillus cereus c. Staphylococcus aureus d. Clostridium perfringens
Last Answer : a. Escherichia coli
Description : .__________are the single most important cause of diarrhea in infants and young children admitted to American hospitals. a. Noroviruses b. Echoviruses c. Hepatitis A viruses d. Rotaviruses
Last Answer : d. Rotaviruses
Description : Gas gangrene is caused by _____. a. Clostridium tetani b. Clostridium botulinum c. Clostridium perfringens d. Clostridium gangrenum
Last Answer : c. Clostridium perfringens
Description : Clostridium tetani grows in a/an _____ environment. a. Acidic b. Anaerobic c. High Oxygen d. Aerobic
Last Answer : b. Borrelia
Description : Epidemic, endemic, and scrub typhus are caused by a different species a. Yersinia b. Borrelia c. Rickettsia d. Clostridium
Last Answer : c. Rickettsia
Description : Which one of the following genera is not associated with a foodborne intoxication? a. Clostridium b. Salmonella c. Staphylococcus d. All three (A-C) are associated with a foodborne intoxication.
Last Answer : b. Salmonella
Description : Cases of cholera are caused by _____ cholerae. a. Vibrio b. Clostridium c. Salmonella d. Shigella
Last Answer : a. Vibrio
Description : Which of the following species of Clostridium is predominantly sacchrolytic? A.C septicum B.C perfringens C.C novyi D.All of these
Last Answer : D.All of these
Description : Which of the following species of Clostridium is responsible for formation of dark green to A- Clostridium tyrobutyricum B- Clostridium sporogenes C- Clostridium herbarum D- None of these
Last Answer : Clostridium herbarum
Description : The bacteria which is predominant flora of the human gut is A- Escherichia coli B- Clostridium perfringens C- Bacteroides D- Actinomyces
Last Answer : Clostridium perfringens
Description : Which of the following has Chinese letter arrangement? A- Bacillus anthracis B- Mycobacterium tuberculosis C- Clostridium tetani D- Corynebacterium diphtheria
Last Answer : Corynebacterium diphtheria
Description : An example of an anaerobe that causes disease in humans is _____. Clostridium a. E.coli b. Salmonella c. Pseudomonas
Last Answer : a. E.coli
Description : Which one of the following is NOT a genus within the gram-positive bacteria? a. Staphylococcus b. Methanogens c. Mycoplasma d. Bacillus and Clostridium
Last Answer : b. Methanogens
Description : Which is of the following organism is an Gram-ve organism A Staphylococcus aureus B Bacillus Subtilis C Vibrio cholerae D Clostridium tetani
Last Answer : C Vibrio cholerae
Description : Which is of the following organism is an Gram+ve organism A E.coli B Enterobacteriae aerogenus C Vibrio Cholerae D Clostridium tetani
Last Answer : D Clostridium tetani
Description : patient came with MI 2 day after addmission develop. Sever abdominal pain and bloody diarrhea وفياشياتانيهنسيتهاDX Ischemic colitis
Last Answer : Ischemic colitis
Description : Hemorrhagic colitis and hemolytic uremic syndrome are associated with a. Helicobacter Pylori. b. Staphylococcus Aureus. c. Escherichia Coli. d. Salmonella Typhi.
Last Answer : c. Escherichia Coli.
Description : Some strains of Streptococcus carry toxins that cause a pink red rash. This is called _____. a. Rhumatic Fever b. Q Fever c. Scarlet Fever d. Pharyngitis
Last Answer : c. Scarlet Fever
Description : Wuchereria bancrofti manifests its presence in the human tissues by a. Swimmer's Itch. b. Swollen Arms and Legs. c. Severe Diarrhea. d. Damage to the Retina of the Eye.
Last Answer : b. Swollen Arms and Legs.
Description : Where do the indigenous microbiota come from to repopulate the gut after diarrhea? a. The Food You Eat b. The Place You Live c. The Appendix d. The Liver
Last Answer : c. The Appendix
Description : Traveler's diarrhea is most often caused by a species of _____. a. Salmonella b. Vibrio c. Escherichia d. Listeria
Last Answer : c. Escherichia
Description : DTaP is a toxoid vaccine that prevents ______. a. Diptheria b. Pneumonia c. Polio d. Diarrhea
Last Answer : a. Diptheria
Description : Traveller's diarrhea is caused by A- enteropathogenicEscherichia coli (EPEC) B- entero invasive E. coli (EIEC) C- entero toxigenic E. coli (ETEC) D- enterohaemorrhagicE. coli (EHEC)
Last Answer : entero toxigenic E. coli (ETEC)
Description : If a person has been exposed to radiation, presenting symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, or fatigue can be expected to occur within _______ hours after exposure? ... prodromal phase (presenting symptoms) of radiation exposure occurs within 48 to 72 hours after exposure.
Last Answer : a) 48 to 72 The prodromal phase (presenting symptoms) of radiation exposure occurs within 48 to 72 hours after exposure. Signs and symptoms include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, ... radiation exposure, the signs and symptoms may include fever, respiratory distress, and increased excitability.
Description : An emerging pathogen associated with contaminated water is _____. a. typhoid fever b. cholera c. shigellosis d. Vibrio vulnificus
Last Answer : d. Vibrio vulnificus
Description : What are some of the initial symptoms in about 70% of people infected with HIV within the first few weeks? a. A migrating rash covering the whole body b. Flu-like symptoms, of fever, chills c. Sneezing and symptoms of a head cold d. No one develops symptoms until several years later
Last Answer : b. Flu-like symptoms, of fever, chills
Description : ______ follow streptococcal diseases and appear to be consequences of immune complex formation in the kidneys or heart. a. Scarlet fever b. Yellow fever c. Rheumatic fever d. Necrotizing fasciatis
Last Answer : c. Rheumatic fever