Infectious Diseases - Plague. Leprosy.

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1. Define the term Tuberculoid leprosy.

  • High-resistant leprosy. It has localized signs where it is restricted to skin and peripheral nerves.
  • Low-resistant leprosy. Generalised bacyeraemic disease which involves many systems, with widespread lesions of the skin, peripheral nerves, URT, the reticuloendothelial system, eyes, bone and testes.
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2. What are the different clinical forms of Plague?

  • Bubonic Plague. Thrombotic Plague. Septic Plague. Meningits Plague.
  • Bubonic Plague. Cutaneous Plague. Septic Plague. Meningitis Plague. Pneumonia Plague.
  • Bubonic Plague. Myocarditis Plague. Septic Plague. Cutaneous Plague.
  • Bubonic Plague. Cutaneous Plague. Septic Plague. Mediastinal Plague.

3. Which drug is indicated in patients with Meningitis or those who have profound hypotension?

  • Gentamicin.
  • Chloramphenicol.
  • Tetracycline.
  • Doxycycline.

4. What is the Streptomycin dose to treat a patient with Plague?

  • IM as one dose daily.Totaling 15mg/kg body weight per day for 10 days.
  • Oral dose. Totaling 30mg/kg body weight per day for 10 days.
  • IM in two divided doses daily, Totaling 30mg/kg body weight per day for 10 days.
  • IV in two divided doses daily. Totaling 30mg/kg body weight per day for 10 days.

5. What is the dose for Tetracycline; to treat a patient with Plague?

  • Orally. 2 to 4 g day in four divided doses for 10 days.
  • IM. 2 to 4 g day in four divided doses for 10 days.
  • Orally. 2 to 4 g day in two divided doses for 10 days.
  • Orally. 2 to 4 g day. For 10 days.

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