What is the most common pathogen of otitis externa and how to treat

What is the most common pathogen of otitis externa

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What is the most common pathogen of otitis externa and how to treat
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o Pseudomonas, treatment is cortisporin otic drops Webber test- o lateralization to only one ear is abnormal They describe a bilateral allergic conjunctivas o This is a short-term condition that is more common during allergy season. Your eyelids suddenly swell, itch, and burn. You may also have a watery nose. Retinoblastoma- look up all SS of this and what it means. Google it for an advance search they do not give you basis info o Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that begins in the retina — the sensitive lining on the inside of your eye. Retinoblastoma most commonly affects young children o Sx include: A white color in the center circle of the eye (pupil) when light is shone in the eye, such as when taking a flash photograph. Eyes that appear to be looking in different directions. Eye redness. Eye swelling Question about AV nicking (Arterioles pressing on vein of the eye): o Its HTN retinopathy o Also copper wire arterioles and silver wire arterioles seen in same disase Question causes of IOP Question about horizontal nystagmus that stops when eye is close to midline in a college student o its normal Weber o Place the tunning for midline on the forehead. Normal finding: no lateralization. If lateralization, abnormal finding. Associated with conductive hearing loss. Example: see below o Checks CN 8: acoustic Rhinne Test o Place the tuning for first on the mastoid process then at front of the ear. Time each area. Normal finding: air conduction lasts longer than bone conduction (ie can hear longer in front ear than on mastroid) o When BC is greater than AC, think conductive hearing loss (cerumen impaction, AOM). o Test acoustic or CN 8 Question about someone eating, painful lump noted on the jaw that comes and go. o Options include , sialolithiasis – also Caculi or salivary stones”, is a condition where a calcified mass or silaolith forms within a salivary gland usually in the duct of the sub mandibular gland also term Wharton’s DUCT – Study apea Orthopedic Treatment for mild ankle sprain
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o RICE Treatment for medial tibial stress syndrome- o shin splint RICE A lot of Musculoskeletal questions: o (Anteriorly ligament which is for ACL; Apprehension test positive, lateral epicondylitis Tx, o aka tennis elbow, gradual onset of pain on the outside of the elbow that sometimes radiates to the forearms. Pain worse with twisting or grasping movements. (opening jar, shaking hands). Tx: RICE, NSAIDS Morton’s Neuroma description as someone has a mass or nodule on the 4 th /5 th toe) Question about an 88/yr. old patient in for follow up secondary. She’s been treated with Tylenol for Joint arthritis. Her SED rate was checked after 6 weeks of treatment and it was 28. Normal range is from something to 25. How would you treat the pt.
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