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Ois generalPCPCryptococcus-Toxoplasma- 10 20 30 40 50
OIs- 10 OIs are the most common presentation of chronic treated HIV infection
OIs– 10 No
OIs - 20 OIs usually present when CD4< 300
OIs – 20 No usually when CD4 < 200
OIs - 30 The most common OI in HIV infection
OI – 30 Oral candidiasis
OI - 40 Name 2 of the most life threatening OIs
OI– 40 PCP Cryptococcosis
OI- 50 CMV presents when CD4 < 50 and prophylaxis with antivirals should be started
OI– 50 Antivirals are not part of prophylaxis for HIV related OIs
PCP - 10 One of the most common causes of death from AIDS in 80s
PCP – 10 Yes
PCP- 20 PJP is a common environmental parasite
MHC – 20 IT is a fungus not a parasite
PCP- 30 Drug of choice for PCP prophylaxis and alternative if patient has allergy
PCP– 40 Diagnostic test of choice for PCP
PCP- 40 Diagnostic test of choice for PCP
PCP– 40 Sputum DFA for PCP
PCP- 50 One scenario that patient should stay on prophylaxis for PCP for life
PCP– 50 If patient had episode of PCP with CD4 > 200
Cryptococcus- 10 The most common manifestation of cryptococcus infection
Cryptococcus– 10 CNS infection
Cryptococcus- 20 Why frequent LPs are needed with crypto meningitis?
Cryptococcus– 20 Increased ICP
Cryptococcus - 30 Name two diagnostic tests for Cryptococcus infection
Cryptococcus– 30 Cryptococcus antigen Fungal culture
Cryptococcus - 40 Name the induction therapy for Cryptococcus
Cryptococcus– 40 Amphotericin + 5FC
Cryptococcus - 50 This regimen has been used in resource poor countries for treatment of Cryptococcus infection
Cryptococcus– 50 High doses fluconazole (>800 mg) plus 5FC
Toxoplasma- 10 Name 2 presentation of toxoplasmosis
Toxoplasma- – 10 Fever, headaches, seizures, no clinical manifestations
Toxoplasma - 20 A common carrier of toxoplasma (animal)
Toxoplasma– 20 Cat
Toxoplasma - 30 The antibiotic that is used for prophylaxis for Toxoplasma is also effective for other OIs
Toxoplasma– 30 Bactrim is also effective against PCP
Toxoplasma- 40 Name alternative antibiotics for Toxoplasma (if there is allergy to the drug of choice)
Toxoplasma– 40 Clindamycin, pyrimethamine
Toxoplasma- 50 Duration of prophylaxis for toxoplasma
Toxoplasma- 50 Discontinue ppx when CD4>200 > 3 months
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