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Author(s): Richard E. Draper
 
 
No. of items: 3238
Rating: 2.5 (out of 5)
Last updated: Sep 29, 2003
 
 
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Emergency Medicine Infectious Disease is a collection of questions about the signs and symptoms, evaluation, treatment, and disposition of patients with infectious processes in the emergency department. This collection was developed during the preparation for the written and oral certification exams for emergency medicine. Lectures, texts, videos, articles, etc. were mined to produce the information contained in this collection. Learning the information in this collection will move the exam candidate, or interested health professional, far along the data curve in infectious disease as it relates to emergency medicine.
 
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Q: med: Group II HIV infection may be classifed on basis of [...]
Q: * CBC, including differential
Q: * platelet count
Q: * T4/T8 cell counts
A: lab parameters

Q: med: [...] = enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
A: ELISA

Q: med: MAI causes desseminated dz in up to [...]% of patients.
A: 50

Q: med: Necessary information for planning tx of rabies-exposure:
Q: * [...]
Q: * salivary exposure to the wound or mucous membrane
Q: * availability of animal * bird, reptile, rodent [hamster, squirrel] with nonsal. exposure]
Q: * if lab accident with know rabies virus exposure
A: animal species

Q: med: [...] = a mass of new merozoites
A: Schizonts

Q: med: Why is parasitemia sometimes undetectable in malaria?
A: Parasitized RBCs are sequestered from the blood.

Q: med: Migration of the threadworm out of the lungs can produce:
Q: * [...]
Q: * dyspnea
Q: * pneumonia
A: cough

Q: med: [...] is the usual pathogen in otogenic brain abscesses.
A: Bacteroides

Q: med: [...] tetanus is TMC form and follows unreported minor trauma.
A: Generalized

Q: med: In developing countries, TMCC of rabies in humans = [...]
A: dogs [> 90%]

 
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