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Name organisms that cause atypical pneumonia
Chlamydia
Mycloplasma
Legionella
TB
Varicella
CMV
PCP
How do atypical pneumonias present?
Bilateral, interstitial involvement
Non-productive cough
Rhonchi, wheezing
Last 7-10 days
Treatment of PCP
IV Bactrim 15mg/kg TID
What are the side effects of Sulfa drugs?
Myeolosupression (< H/H)
SJS
What are alternative drugs for treating PCP?
Pentamidine
Clindamycin
Primaquine
Trimetrexate
What is Toxic epidermal necrolysis?
presents similarly to SJS
How do you treat mycoplasma?
Erythromycin 250mg/QID 7-10 days
If patient develops diarrhea with erythromycin, what can be used as an alternative
Tetracycline 500mg TID or
Doxycycline 100mg BID 7-10 days

For kids:
Pedasol
Cefoclor
What organisms cause CAP?
S.pneumoniae- MC
H.flu
S.aureus
Gram negatives:
Klebsiella
Serratia
Proteus
Acenitobacter
Which pts need to be admitted if you suspect CAP? How do you treat?
>55 with DM, CHF, COPD,

Tx with 2 ABX: Rocephin and FQ or
Erythromycin with BLIs
When do you DC a pt having CAP
Afebrile for 24 hours
Decreased symptoms
How do you define hospital acquired pneumonia
Pneumonia occurring 48 hours or more after admission
MCC of Hospital-acquired pneumonia
Psuedomonas
Enterobacter
Enterococcus
E.coli
Klebsiella
S.aureus
Serratia
Know:
Aspiration Pneumonia
Necrotizing penumonia
Lung abscess

Clinical presentation
How do you treat?

Gastroenteritis organisms
E.coli
Salmonella

Osmotic vs Secretory diarrhea

Dif bwn SBE vs peritonitis
Who's at risk?
How do you diagnose?