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Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by mani123, Dec 9, 2008.
hey guys i am doing bacteriolgy is anyone interested in discussion???
count me , how do u plan to do it mani123 ?
just revise difficult questions ?
btw what material are u using ? the study pattern will vary accordingly i guess .
we can jus discuss q's , that ways it shud be fine too.
hey hi i am using deck and kaplan notes i am finding it difficult so if we discuss it then it will be easy for me and i will get ur help too to solve my probs
thanks for reply
Hey , i dont have kaplan notes is it worth it ? Did u order it online ?
Anyways even i need to discuss, it helps...... else we keep studying haphazardly .
for now few q's , i'l not post answers until u answr , if u know fine else we an discuss , ok?
Q 1.how long does 2% glutaraldehyde soln take to kill bacterial spores on dental instruments ?
Q 2. members of which species are predominant in saliva ?
you can post ur q's too , that way we can learn better n it wud b mutual.
or u can IM me too . bye
Q1 10HRS ...in hospital used to sterilize respiratorytherapy equipment
1) marker organism for intermediate level of disinfection
Is it M tuberculosis?
yes, ideally spores of bacillus stearothermophillus for high level infection, but
M tuberculosis is also used for intermediate leve infection detection.
these spores , are resistant to dry heat , hence steam under pressure is required to detect their ability . hope it helps, pls keep posting q's further.
yup its myco tb... here is another one
one of foll best describes the Pt who deveops meningitis,mumps,coxsachi or echovirus?
a.sensitive to viral toxins
b.mortality rate of 75%
c.rarely develop permanent neural damage
d.subj to exacerbations once latent virus is activated
e.most often initially infected by blood containing virus
1.. infection in contact weares is due to
2.Antisera to which of the following cell-surface molecules is able to detect all T lymphocytes?
members of Streptococcus species especially alpha-hemolytic species ie Viridans species are predominant in saliva.
S.mutans, S.salivarius. S.sanguis, S.mitis.
1) infection in contact lens wearer is commonly due to:
Acanthamoeba , Pseudomonas areiginosa
anti CD8 (i guess)
Anti - CD3
yep, i was wrong.........
its action is in helper T cell
is the asnwer "d" ?
pls keep posting, where do u get ur q's from, nice ones. thanks
Answer: they rarely develop permanent neural damage
1.The majority of epidemic ringworm of the scalp in humans which can be traced to the use of common barber shop clippers,the transfer of infected hair on theater seats or person to person contact is due to
2.which of the foll genera of fungus diseases is not readily transmitted from human to human??
can anybody suggest where I can study immunology from? i read it in kaplan book but i dont understand anything...any suggestions for a good book????????
Culture with y or h shaped filament organisms would be :
very well summarized in a comprehensible way in first aid for nbde.
please post the ans
1)microsporum audouni this type of fungud grows only on hairs.
2)Histoplasma this type of fungus not transmitted from human to human rest all are.
Each of the following is a type of inflammatory exudates EXCEPT one. Which one is the EXCEPTION?
Is it A or B ???
answer is fibrous
i am not sure of the ans ... so guys plz help ... which one is rt?????? and plz explain
All these viruses rarely cause a permanent neural damage.Rest everything they can do.