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  1. Adult and neonatal inclusion conjunctivitis: serovars D-K lymphogranuloma venereum: L1-L3, Some memorable mnemonics: trAChoma --> serovars A-C DicK - which references that adult/neonatal inclusion conjunctivitis are due to std
  2. Conjunctivitis Urethritis Arthritis. Mnemonic for causes of falls in elderly? I HATE FALLING: Inflammation of joints (or other joint problem) Hypotension Auditory and/or visual problem Tremor (parkinson's) Equilibrium (balance) problem Foot problem Arrhythmia/other cardiac proble
  3. Molluscum contagiosum (most common cause of unilateral follicular conjunctivitis) Measles; Mumps; Moraxella: one of the major causes of angular blepharitis; Newcastle's Disease: this is a disease of poultry handlers; It's a pretty long list, and while I learned this list via a mnemonic, I unfortunately don't have permission to share it
  4. Membranous and pseudo-membranous conjunctivitis notes. - The membrane forms more commonly over palpebral conjunctiva beginning from the edge of lid. - There is enlarged preauricular lymph nodes with suppurative discharge. - Marginal corneal ulcer due to secondary infection (especially streptococci). - Penicillin (10,000 units/ ml) is the doc.
  5. Mnemonic: BURN B Burning and lacrimation along with itching and possibly photophobia U Usually bilateral, if unilateral consider another differential diagnosis R Red and inflamed conjunctiva, eyelids may be stuck together with purulen

Conjunctivitis is the most common cause of red eye and is one of the leading indications for antibiotics.1 Causes of conjunctivitis may be infectious (e.g., viral, bacterial, chlamydial) or. A useful mnemonic to keep in mind all the emergent causes of red eye is HCG FUNKS: H yphema/ H ypopyon (endophthalmitis), C onjunctivitis/ C onjunctival hemorrhage, G lobe rupture, F oreign body, U veitis/ U lcer, N arrow angle closure glaucoma, K eratitis (Herpes keratitis, herpes zoster ophthalmicus, UV), and S cleritis Conjunctivitis: a. Viral conjunctivitis: Simple follicular conjunctivitis - supportive; cold compresses over the eyelids or artificial tears may provide some symptomatic relief. Strict hygiene must be emphasized, e.g. hand washing, avoiding close contact, not sharing towels. Molluscum contagiosum: nodules can be excised Mnemonic. cyTara Stewart is a steroid driven pyro with major conjunctivitis, a bad liver, and a toxic brain. - cytarabine. - pyrimidine analong. - hepatotox, neurologic tox. - give steroid eye drops in high doses to prevent conjunctivitis. 5-Fluorouracil (Adrucil) Mnemonic (See Treatment Options for Allergic Conjunctivitis.) 1 TAKE A THOROUGH CASE HISTORY. An early concept taught in my optometry training was FOLDARS, or Frequency, Onset, Location, Duration, Aggravating or Relieving factors and Severity. This simple mnemonic provides a good deal of information to flesh out the patient's chief complaint

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Mnemonic No. 2 (Kawasaki Disease) Kawasaki Disease. My Heart. My Heart. M= Mucosal involvement like dry chapped lips and strawberry tongue. H= Hands and feet with edema and desquamation (late in the disease) E= Eyes non purulent bilateral conjunctivitis. A= Adenopathy often cervical unilateral > 1.5 cm lymph nodes enlargement Mnemonic Monday: FEEL My Conjunctivitis - Kawasaki Disease Mnemonic December 14, 2015 By Molly Lewis Kawasaki disease (AKA mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome) may sound like a rare entity found only in Japan, The World Health Organization classifies trachoma using the FISTO mnemonic: follicular conjunctivitis; intense inflammation; scarring (due to tarsal conjunctival cicatrization with fibrous bands.

Preseptal Cellulitis. Postoperative Endophthalmitis. Ectropion (out-turning of the eyelid) Entropion (in-turning of the eyelid) Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis. Ophthalmologic Manifestations of Kaposi Sarcoma. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Dacryocystitis (infection of the lacrimal sac, 2/2 a nasolacrimal duct obstruction NEET PG - Microbiology Mnemonics. By. PGPrep. 1980. 4.5 (90%) 2 votes. NEET PG is a tough exam to crack. It is considered to be India's most competitive medical entrance examination. MBBS graduates are particularly stressed about the exam due to its vast syllabus. Covering more than 500 topics, the most challenging part for the candidates. Conjunctivitis also called pink eye can be the result of exposure to allergens or irritants and as such is not contagious. However, there is bacterial or viral form known as infectious conjunctivitis and easily transmitted to others. Assessment/Clinical Manifestations/Signs and Symptoms mucoid, purulen or mucopurulent eye charge Acute follicular conjunctivitis: Usually unilateral - other eye may be involved in a week. Accompanied by preauricular lymphadenopathy. DD: EKC ( adeno virus 8 commonly ) PCF ( 3 and 7 ) Primary HSV KC. Adult inclusion conjunctivitis. Hemorrhagic conjunctivitis There is now a condition called conjunctivitis otitis syndrome. There's communication, albeit indirectly, between the eye and the ear between the eustachian tube and lacrimal glands. They combine at the back of the throat, so you can get a concomitant infection due to H-flu in the eye and the ear. If you have someone with conjunctivitis, you.

Gonococcal conjunctivitis: In the newborn, gonococcal infection is typically characterized by a purulent conjunctivitis with profuse exudate and swelling of the eyelids within 2-12 days of birth. The diagnosis is confirmed by culture of the exudate. Empirical antibiotic therapy of a single dose of ceftriaxone (25 to 50 mg/kg, not to exceed 125. Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis is broken down into viral, bacterial, and allergic conjunctivitis Viral Usually caused by adenovirus Having a preceding upper respiratory infection or recent exposure to a person with conjunctivitis are clues to aid in the diagnosis Acute onset Usually unilateral redness Watery discharge is present Highly. Reactive arthritis, formerly known as Reiter's syndrome, is a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in response to an infection in another part of the body (cross-reactivity). Coming into contact with bacteria and developing an infection can trigger the disease. By the time the patient presents with symptoms, often the trigger infection has been cured or is in remission in chronic.

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Study Uveitis Mnemonics flashcards from C S's class online, or in Brainscape's iPhone or Android app. Learn faster with spaced repetition Bacterial Conjunctivitis. Mucopurulent discharge, conjunctival injection, and lid swelling in a 10 year-old with H influenzae conjunctivitis. Staphylococcus aureus is the most common causative bacteria. Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzae occur more frequently in children Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis is a rarely seen form of conjunctivitis which is highly infectious and is typified by a sudden onset of symptoms. It differs from the other types of conjunctivitis due to the hemorrhaging - discharge of blood from the blood vessels of the conjunctiva

21 Clinical Mnemonics Nick R. Love, MD, PhD | June 5, 2020 | Contributor Information Auscultating the heart is a key component of the physical exam, and there are classic sites on the chest where. Ruby-O. Rubeola, which is called the measles, hard measles, or red measles, is an acute viral disease characterized by rash and fever. The measles is transmitted by direct contact with respiratory droplets from an infected person and has a peak incidence in the winter months. The virus is also present in blood and urine of the infected person Mnemonics: Allergic Conjunctivitis Author: V. Dimov, M.D., Allergist/Immunologist and Assistant Professor at University of Chicago Reviewer: S. Randhawa, M.D., Allergist/Immunologist and Assistant Professor at LSU (Shreveport) Department of Allergy and Immunolog

Clinical presentation of conjunctivitis Mnemonic: BURN B Burning and lacrimation along with itching and possibly photophobia U Usually bilateral, if unilateral consider another differential diagnosis R Red and inflamed conjunctiva, eyelids may be stuck together with purulent discharge N Normally self-limiting, can be treated with antibiotics. C: Conjunctivitis (non-exudative) R: Rash (polymorphous non-vesicular) E: Edema (or erythema of hands or feet) A: Adenopathy (cervical, often unilateral) M: Mucosal involvement (erythema or fissures or crusting) This is the fourth in our series of Medical Mnemonics Monday posts. You can all previous and future medical mnemonics here Congenital Disorders Mnemonics of Kawasaki Disease Criteria Be careful when riding a Kawasaki motorcycle, you might get CREAMed. Conjunctivitis (non-exudative) Rash (polymorphous non-vesicular) Edema (or erythema of hands or feet) Adenopathy (cervical, often unilateral) Mucosal involvement (erythema or fissures or crusting) To have Start your journey with the NCLEX Starter Set featuring 2000 digital flashcards. As a bonus, you'll also get my lab values e-books bundle valued at $36 and my 100 mnemonics to conquer the NCLEX valued at $29 FREE with your purchase! Get My NCLEX Starter Se This is a mnemonic to remember the list of diseases caused by Staphylococcus aureus. Hope this helps! :D S- Skin infection O-Osteomyelitis F-Food poisoning T-Toxic shock syndrome SSS- Scalded Skin Syndrome P- Pneumonia gO-Impetigo KEN-Conjunctivitis STY-Sty A-Abscess B-Boils A-Arthritis (sepsis) Ca-Carbuncle P-Paronychia -Azurin

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Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, is inflammation of the outermost layer of the white part of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelid. [3] It makes the eye appear pink or reddish. [1] Pain, burning, scratchiness, or itchiness may occur. [1] The affected eye may have increased tears or be stuck shut in the morning. [1] Swelling of the white part of the eye may also occur. [1 Quinolones Mnemonics. Quinolones are local and systemic drugs of synthetic origin with antibacterial activity. Most of the quinolones currently used in medicine belong to a subgroup called fluoroquinolones, which are distinguished by the presence of a fluorine atom in position 6 Bacterial conjunctivitis Medication Dose Erythromycin 5 mg/gram ophthalmic ointment One-half inch (1.25 cm) four times daily for 5 to 7 days OR Trimethoprim-polymyxin B 0.1%-10,000 units/mL ophthalmic drops 1 to 2 drops four times daily for 5 to 7 days OR Bacitracin-polymyxin B 500 units-10,000 units/gram ophthalmic ointment One-half inch (1.25 cm) four to six [ In my course of prep for Mini 2 (which includes all of virology) I have some mnemonics that might work for you. Keep in mind that this is only covering viruses that are covered for our specific MERP class (Lindner). Ade- Adenovirus (swimming pool, conjunctivitis, gastroenteritis

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  3. e its classification. Discussion about causes is presented in the following section. There are several types of chronic follicular conjunctivitis: Toxic follicular conjunctivitis. This is a toxic reaction to a specific topical medication
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  5. Conjunctiva. The conjunctiva (plural: conjunctivas or conjunctivae) is a transparent membrane is attached at the margins of the cornea. It is loosely attached to the sclera and thence reflected over the inner surface of the eyelids. It is firmly attached to the tarsal plates and blends with the skin at the margins of the lids
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Ed is Edrophonium (Enlon), an injectable AChE inhibitor with a rapid onset (30-60 sec) and short duration (~10 min) often used to diagnose MG by seeing if ptosis improves. Term. Phates are irreversible. (Fates are irreversible) Definition. Echothiophate and Isofluorophate are irreversible AChE inhibitors Learn all about Acinetobacter in this fun and MEMORABLE picmonic scene about an excited boy and his sketchy sister.. EMS calls for patients with diabetes are common for many reasons, We remember the causes of hypoglycemia with the mnemonic re-explained. (See Table 3.) Insulin lack: Pump failure, skipping insulin doses Infection: Urinary, respiratory, skin Infarction: Myocardial infarction, stroke, bowel, bone, skin Infant on board: Pregnancy Conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis, commonly known as pink eye , can also lead to red rings around your iris. Red, burning eyes and a discharge characterize this condition. It can be caused by a viral infection (most common), bacterial infection, or an allergic reaction. The viral and bacterial types are very contagious

Use this mnemonic to ensure a comprehensive eye exam. In a potential emergency, an eye exam needs to be quick and thorough. To ensure that all the key elements are included, use the mnemonic VVEEPP (Visual acuity, Visual fields, External exam, Extraocular movements, Pupillary exam, and Pressure) as a guide. 1. Visual acuity Conjunctivitis is a bacterial or viral infection of the eye conjunctiva causing sticky discharge and watering with a red eye. Saved by Alvinayee. 67. Red Eye Causes Dry Eyes Causes Eye Irritation Remedies Opthalmic Technician Diseases Of The Eye Nursing Process Nursing Assessment Diabetic Retinopathy Health Products Conjunctivitis; Urethritis; Now Reiter's disease is commonly called Reactive arthritis. Features: Assymetric,Oligoarticular involvement of lower extremities. Synovium and synovial fluid are sterile-hence the name. Enthesitis. Dactylitis-Sausage toes. Associated with antecedent Genitourinary and GI infections The Gram stain will detect 75% of gonococcal conjunctivitis and 10-20% of gonococcal skin lesions. It is of no value in pharyngitis. Patients from whom N. gonorrhoeae is isolated are reported to the City of Chicago Board of Health. This is mandated by law. A Neisseria gonorrhoeae DNA probe assay is available for rapid detection of this pathogen

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For the same, a shortened mnemonics for remembering elements of routine care is very important both in the emergency department and ICU. This is very important in daily clinical rounds. In 2005, Jean Vincent came up with FAST HUGS, an abbreviated mnemonic for remembering important issues to look for in critical patients Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) Conjunctivitis refers to a diverse group of diseases and conditions that may cause watery or thick discharge, swelling, burning and redness of the conjunctiva, a mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the white part of the eye (the sclera). Conjunctivitis is usually mild but may be severe Gaseous and mainly icy planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and To which of the Runyon classification groups does M. tuberculosis belong? A notation must be mnemonic. Runyon III organisms (nonchromogens) are slow-growing and never produce pigment, regardless of culture conditions. The evidence of bleeding in peptic ulcer is seen as hematemesis (blood s... Use LEFT and RIGHT arrow. Allergic Conjunctivitis: Simple Allergic and Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis. It is the Inflammation of conjunctiva due to allergic or hypersensitivity reactions which may be immediate ( humoral) or delayed ( cellular). Conjuctiva is highly sensitive to allergens than our skin ( upto 10 times). Allergic conjunctivitis is prevalent around the world View list of generic and brand names of drugs used for treatment of Conjunctivitis ( Pink Eye). You can find more information including dosage, side effects of the Conjunctivitis ( Pink Eye) medicine

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  2. Opthalmology Mnemonics [www.medicalgeek.com Conjunctivitis Keratoderma blenorrhagica . Inflamed joints Nail dystrophy Gum ulceration Ophthalmic features of TB: BCG GP Busacca & Koeppe nodules on iris Choroiditis Granulomata in choroid Granulomatous uveitis (with mutton fat KP's
  3. Inflammation of the conjunctiva is known as conjunctivitis and is characterized by dilation of the conjunctival vessels, resulting in hyperemia and edema of the conjunctiva, typically with associated discharge. The prevalence of conjunctivitis varies according to the underlying cause, which may be influenced by the patient's age, as well as the season of the year
  4. The symptoms and criteria for diagnosis can be remembered by the mnemonic CREAM. The criteria defined for diagnosis is that the child must have fever for greater than 5 days and must show four of the following five symptoms. C: Conjunctivitis (non-exudative) R: Rash (polymorphous non-vesicular) E: Edema (or erythema of hands or feet
  5. C: Conjunctivitis (non-exudative) R: Rash (polymorphous non-vesicular) E: Edema (or erythema of hands or feet) A: Adenopathy (cervical, often unilateral) M: Mucosal involvement (erythema or fissures or crusting) This is the fourth in our series of Medical Mnemonics Monday posts. You can all previous and futuremedical mnemonics here
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The OLD CARTS mnemonic (or other similar frameworks) provide structure for these follow-up questions. In addition, for a patient with chest pain, an assessment of cardiac risk factors and an organized search for exam findings indicative of vascular disease (e.g. elevated BP, diminished peripheral pulses, etc.) would be relevant The authors concluded that olopatadine was statistically and clinically superior to fluticasone nasal spray for the relief of signs and symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis. Fluticasone furoate nasal spray is the only intranasal corticosteroid to reduce the ocular symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis consistently, JACI, 2010 5 Communicable Disease Nursing Flashcards. 1. Airborne Diseases. Diseases that are spread when droplets of pathogens are expelled into the air by coughing, sneezing or talking are called Airborne Diseases. These diseases usually require prolonged exposure to infection prior to occurrence, thus posing minimal threat to other people Sore red eyes, conjunctivitis; General aches and pains. There is then an abrupt onset of a tender/painful red skin rash starting on the trunk and extending rapidly over hours to days onto the face and limbs (but rarely affecting the scalp, palms or soles). The maximum extent is usually reached by four days. The skin lesions may be You make tough calls when caring for acutely ill and injured children. Join us for strategy and support

The following are nine disease processes that cause a rash which affects the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. 1. Coxsackie (hand Foot & Mouth) 2. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (especially of wrist) Most often the rash begins as small, flat, pink, non-itchy spots (macules) on the wrists, forearms, and ankles Reactive arthritis. Assoc Prof Craig Hacking and Dr David Clopton et al. Reactive arthritis ( ReA ) is a sterile inflammatory monoarticular or oligoarticular arthritis that follows an infection at a different site, commonly enteric or urogenital. It is classified as a type of seronegative spondyloarthropathy While each infection is distinct, there are many similarities in how these infections present. It is important to consider TORCH infections whenever a neonate presents with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), microcephaly, intracranial calcifications, conjunctivitis, hearing loss, rash, hepatosplenomegaly, or thrombocytopenia The OLDCHART mnemonic is very important in the subjective part and helps in elaborating the chief complaint. It refers to onset, location, duration, characteristics, aggravating factors, relieving factors and treatment (Physician SOAP Notes, 2015) Acute disease is characterized by a sudden onset and limited duration. The symptoms of acute anterior uveitis are pain, redness, and photophobia (sensitivity to light), that typically develop rapidly, over a few days. The symptoms will resolve with appropriate anti-inflammatory therapy. If therapy can be tapered and inflammation does not recur.

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mid 11 figure 1 a brief classification of gram negative rods grow on macconkey agar lactose fermentation lactose fermenters non-lactose fermenter Mnemonic for leptospirosis LEPTOSPIRO Lymphadenopathy Encephalitis (And meningitis) Pain in abdomen Transmitted through animal urine Occipital headache Suffusion (conjunctival [medicowesome.com] Other symptoms include conjunctivitis and/or jaundice Ocular rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh) is inflammation that causes redness, burning and itching of the eyes. It often develops in people who have rosacea, a chronic skin condition that affects the face. Sometimes ocular (eye) rosacea is the first sign that you may later develop the facial type. Ocular rosacea primarily affects adults between the ages. Also known as pink eye, viral conjunctivitis is caused by a virus. It often occurs along with a cold or sore throat. The symptoms of viral conjunctivitis are eye redness in one or both eyes, tearing, and itchiness. 2. Bacterial conjunctivitis. Bacterial conjunctivitis is caused by bacteria such as streptococcus, Hemophilus, or staphylococcus

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The classic triad includes arthritis, conjunctivitis/iritis, and either urethritis or cervicitis (can't see; can't pee; can't bend my knee). The epidemiology is similar to other reactive arthritides, characterized by sterile joint inflammation associated with infections originating at nonarticular sites The immune system plays a crucial role in maintaining health and protecting the human body against microbial invasions. However, this same system can lead to exaggerated immune and inflammatory responses that result in adverse outcomes known as hypersensitivity reactions. There are four traditional classifications for hypersensitivity reactions, and these include Type I, Type II, Type III, and. Allergic conjunctivitis reportedly harms the quality of life for children 혢혯혥 혵혩혦혪혳 혱혢혳혦혯혵혴 by causing day-to-day worries than potentially blinding diseases

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Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (AHC) is an epidemic form of highly contagious conjunctivitis and is characterized by sudden onset of painful, swollen, red eyes, with conjunctival hemorrhaging and excessive tearing. Since 1981, when AHC was first detected in the Western Hemisphere ( 1 ), three major epidemics had occurred until 2003, all. Check with your doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur while taking cyclophosphamide: More common. Cough or hoarseness. fever or chills. lower back or side pain. missing menstrual periods. painful or difficult urination. With high doses and/or long-term treatment. Blood in the urine coryza and conjunctivitis for two to four days. Fever can exceed 104°F. rubella (GerMan Measles) roseola infantuM (exantheM subituM) • Sudden onset of high fever, 102°F to 105°F, lasting three to five days. • As fever subsides, a rash begins on neck and trunk and spreads to extremities and lasts one to two days. Rash is erythematou

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Myopia Hyperopia Mnemonic Wrinkles B3 Vitamin Skin caffery believes the Sjgren's patient specifically complains of pain in the morning from exposure to. Epilepsy is a cereal nerve disease which is characterized by internal Ginkgo Biloba: This plant has been proven to be more effective when. Pinkeye also called conjunctivitis or madras eye. Conjunctivitis as sole symptom of COVID-19: A case report and review of literature. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov > pmc > articles > PMC7383095. What are some symptoms of COVID-19? People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus Signs and symptoms of the first phase may include: A fever that is often is higher than 102.2 F (39 C) and lasts more than three days. Extremely red eyes without a thick discharge. A rash on the main part of the body and in the genital area. Red, dry, cracked lips and an extremely red, swollen tongue These antihistamines also are potent muscarinic receptor antagonists that can lead to serious anticholinergic side effects, such as sinus tachycardia, dry skin, dry mucous membranes, dilated pupils, constipation, ileus, urinary retention, and agitated delirium.3 The mnemonic blind as a bat, dry as a bone, red as a beet, mad as a hatter, and. The Gram-positive cocci are divided into the Streptococcaceae and the Micrococcaceae; this is summarized in Table 2.1.This is an important clinical as well as taxonomic division and one which is made simply on the basis of colonial morphology, Gram morphology and the catalase test (Figs 2.1-2.3)

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