Toxic shock syndrome is a fatal complication secondary to bacterial infection.
Staphylococci or sometimes streptococci are the most common responsible pathogens. The syndrome is caused by release of toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 or enterotoxin type B into the circulation, leading to fever and circulatory collapse.
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Nice one, well described, nice talker, I enjoyed a lot. Keep it up!
He was very clear and easy to follow. Thank you for these lectures.
I liked how strep was broken down between group A and group B but the video didn't mention the different types of strep in each group ie s. pyogenes. The quiz asked about catalases but didn't mention it in the video.
great explanation Few people have a talent in teaching. i think Dr Raj is one of them thank you so much