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what is the most important non suppurative complication of strep pharyngitis?
acute rheumatic fever
what is the most common pneumonia seen with children?
viral pneumonia
what is a healthy DOC for influenza pneumonia
Amantadine
what are the two new drugs that have recently been marketed for the treatment of influenza A and B
Tamiflu and Relenza: neuroamididase inhibitors
an inflammation or infection of the lungs?
pneumonia
what is the mc pneumonia causing bacteria?
pneumococcal
upon Pe what does tactile fremitus indicate?
consolidation
pink-salmon colored sputum is indicitive of what pathogen/pathology?
staphylococcal pneumonia
sputum gram's stain shows gram + cocci in grape-like clusters is indicitive of which pathology
staphylococcal pneumonia
what is the DOC for treatment in streptococcus pyogenes?
PCN G
what gram - pathogen is associated with COPD patients?
M. cat
often: coccobacillus
what gram - pathogen is community acquired?
h.flu
what gram - pathogen is associated with alcoholics
klebsiella
what gram - pathogen is associated with bacteremias: intestinal or UTI's?
e. coli
what gram - pathogen is associated with p who have cystic fibrosis or have been intubated?
pseudomonas