Match the following illness with signs and symptoms.

Infection – Match the illness with it’s signs and symptoms. All the choices are used but some choices may be used more than once.Check your answers by looking back in the notes.

1. MRSA

____ Protozoa infects RBCs causing RBC hemolysis and the release of acute phase reactants.

2. Resistant Strep Pneumoniae

____vector- borne virus which causes dyspahgia and brain inflammation when in CNS.

3. VRE

____virus causes mild fever and rash but has a teratogenic effect on a fetus.

4. Cellulitis

___ normal skin bacteria that is now resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics.

5. Botulism

___mild vomitting and watery diarrhea.

6. Tetanus

___Non-bloody diarrhea caused by E Coli contaminated beef.

7. Rabies

___upper respiratory infection that can be prevented with a yearly vaccine.

8. Malaria

___Normal bowel flora that has become resistant to vancomycin.

9.Ebola

___S&S include painful skin lesions that follow the path of the dermatome.

10. Strep Throat

___Virus which causes fever and painful pustles in the mouth & esophagus that may hemorrhage.

11. Diphtheria

___dense red maculopapular rash results from a virus that is transmitted by droplets from coughs and sneezes.

12. Pertusis

___ a bacteria, which causes middle ear infections, that is now resistant to penicillin antibiotics.

13. Mumps

___Non-bloody diarrhea caused from Salmonella contaminated fruit.

14. Rubeola

___protozoa that causes greasy, frothy, foul-smelling diarrhea.

15. Rubella

___S&S include fluid filled blisters that start out on the trunk and move outward. The blisters will appear and crust at different times.

16. Varicella

___Bacillus found in the soil that can release an endotoxin called tetanospasm. The illness is AKA “lockjaw”.

17. Variola

___Infection caused by a breach in the dermis.

18. Herpes Zoster

___Yellowish diarrhea caused from Clostridium difficile.

19. Influenza

___Virus that invades the parotid glands.

20. Viral Diarrhea

___Invades the respiratory tract causing a violent cough.

21. Bacterial Diarrhea

___Bloody diarrhea caused by a protozoa.

22. Bacillary (shigella) Dysentery

___Bloody diarrhea caused by a bacillus.

23. Amoebic Dysentery

___S&S include descending, symmetric muscle paralysis.

24. Giardiasis

___Bacteria that causes the formation of apseudomembrane across tonsils & throat.

25. Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea

___Resp- borne infection that may cause scarlett fever.

___Immediate isolation of the patient should occur if found with purpura, fever and recent travel to Liberia .