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May 8, 2017

This episode covers Chapter 76 of Rosen’s Emergency Medicine. Have you ever seen pneumonia? Yeah.... we thought so. Now here are all the nitty-gritty details.

  1. What are the typical associative pathogens?

  2. Describe the typical clinical presentation/RFs/Management for each of the following

    -S. pneumonia
    -H. influenzae
    -Staph aureus
    -Klebsiella
    -Mycoplasma pneumoniae & Chlamydia pneumoniae
    -Legionella
    -Anaerobes
    -Pseudomonas
    -PJP & Other Fungal Pneumsonia
    -Tuberculosis
    -Tularemia
    -Hantavirus

  3. List the typical etiologies of viral pneumonia.

  4. Which patient groups should receive pneumovax?

  5. Which pneumonias can present with cavitating lesions (abscesses) on x-ray

  6. What is the differential for possible pneumonia visible on CXR?

  7. Describe the analysis of pleural fluid.
    -Which effusions should be sampled?
    -What are Light's criteria?

  8. What is the CURB65 score?

     

 

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