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Cardiovascular/Pulmonary: Case 11

Johnson & Vail

Week 9 - August 16-20

Note: No case in Week 10 - Course themes and self-directed study

FINAL - August 27

Boards and Beyond - Required

List of Boards and Beyond Videos along with length

Boards and Beyond does not allow direct linking to specific videos. Links will go to the topic page where you can scroll to the video.

This Week: 3 hours 30 minutes

Sub-Category 03: Other Pulmonary Topics

  • Pneumonia - 26 min
  • Tuberculosis - 27 min

Sub-Category 02: Bacteria

  • Mycobacteria - 12 min

Sub-Category 03: Antibiotics - 1 hour 31 minutes

  • Penicillins - 23 min
  • Beta Lactams - 18 min
  • Sulfonamides - 15 min
  • Protein Synthesis Inhibitors - 21 min
  • Other Antibiotics - 16 min

Sub-Category 04: Fungi

  • Fungal Pneumonias - 17nmin
  • Antifungal Drugs - 15 min

Sub-Category 02: Clinical Immunology

  • Hypersensitivity - 22 min

Required

Articles:

Weekly Objectives

Pneumonia/TB, Staff, Fungal and Gram negative rod (GNR) infections

  1. Identify viral pathogens associated with human respiratory diseases
  2. Describe immunologic consequences of influenza viral infections.
  3. Outline a differential diagnosis of bacterial pneumonias.
  4. Describe the presentation, microbiology, diagnosis, and treatment of TB.
  5. Describe the presentation, microbiology, diagnosis, and treatment of pulmonary fungal infections.
  6. Differentiate clinical features of viral, bacterial, mycobacterial, and fungal pneumonias in terms of:
    1. Imaging
    2. Microbiology
    3. Immunology
    4. Treatments
  7. Describe the physiologic consequences of pneumonia on gas exchange and minute ventilation.
  8. List organisms commonly associated with community acquired pneumonia
  9. Describe host defense mechanisms involved in protection against acquiring pneumonia.
  10. Differentiate cellular and humoral mechanisms of immune defense.