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Pneumonia: Treatment

by Jeremy Brown, PhD
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    The lecture Pneumonia: Treatment by Jeremy Brown, PhD is from the course Infections of the Respiratory Tract.


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    1. Amoxicillin for Chlamydophila pneumoniae
    2. Neuroaminidaze inhibitor for Influenza
    3. Amoxicillin for Streptococcus pneumoniae
    4. Clarithromycin for Mycoplasma pneumoniae
    1. Oxygen content is more than the pulmonary artery oxygen content but lesser than the pulmonary vein oxygen content.
    2. Oxygen content is same as in the pulmonary artery.
    3. Oxygen content is lesser than that of the pulmonary artery.
    4. Oxygen content is more than that of the pulmonary vein.
    5. Oxygen content is normal
    1. Start inotropes and intensive care unit referral
    2. Start IV antibiotics
    3. Increase the fluid's rate of flow through the IV line
    4. Wait and watch for improvement.
    1. Urine
    2. Blood
    3. Sputum
    4. Nasopharyngeal swab
    5. Nasal bone cartilage biopsy
    1. Community-acquired pneumonia
    2. Aspiration pneumonia
    3. Hospital-acquired pneumonia
    4. Interstitial pneumonia
    5. Atypical pneumonia
    1. Streptococcus pneumonia
    2. Legionella
    3. Mycoplasma pneumonia
    4. Hemophilus influenza
    5. CMV virus
    1. Amoxicillin and clarithromycin
    2. Amoxicillin or ceftriaxone
    3. Amoxicillin or clarithromycin
    4. Coamoxiclav and clarithromycin
    5. Ceftriaxone
    1. Coamoxiclav 1.2gms tds and clarithromycin 500mg bds for 5 days
    2. Amoxicillin 500 mg tds and clarithromycin 500mg bds for 5 days
    3. Amoxicillin 500 mg tds or clarithromycin 500mg bds for 5 days
    4. Coamoxiclav 1.2gms tds and clarithromycin 500mg bds for 3 days
    5. Amoxicillin 500 mg tds
    1. Pseudomonas
    2. Streptococcus pneumonia
    3. Legionella pneumonia
    4. Mycoplasma pneumonia
    5. Pneumococcus
    1. C- reactive protein decreases to less than 50%
    2. C- reactive protein decreases to less than 30%
    3. C- reactive protein decreases to less than 40%
    4. C- reactive protein decreases to less than 20%
    5. C- reactive protein decreases to less than 10%
    1. All the following options are helpful in monitoring patients who are not recovering post treatment
    2. Perform chest X-ray to rule out other complications
    3. Perform pleural effusions if necessary
    4. Reconsider alternative diagnosis
    5. Re-culture and check for resistant organsims
    1. Interstitial lung disease
    2. DVT
    3. Cardiac ischemia
    4. Atrial fibrillation
    5. Acute respiratory distress syndrome

    Author of lecture Pneumonia: Treatment

     Jeremy Brown, PhD

    Jeremy Brown, PhD


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