Diseases caused by Gram Negative Bacteria: Important Topics for Upcoming NEET PG 2017

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Diseases caused by Gram Negative Bacteria is one of the most important topics for upcoming NEET PG 2017. There is 2 exams belongs to this section, they are Gram Negative Infections – part I, Gram Negative Infections – part II. This exam is projected to help your NEET PG preparation in Nov-Dec 2016. It is a must attend for Platinum Access candidates. 

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1) Gram Negative Infections – part I: Starts on 02nd August 2016 and ends on 04th August 2016 at midnight.
2) Gram Negative Infections – part II: Starts on 09th August 2016 and ends on 11th August 2016 at midnight.

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Diseases caused by Gram Negative Bacteria is an important topic for upcoming NEET PG 2017. This article on NEET PG topic will cover some of the revision tips to achieve top scores in this area.

Meningococcal Infections, Haemophilus and Moraxella Infections, Infections Due to Pseudomonas, Helicobacter pylori Infections and Legionella Infections are the most high yielding topics in Gram Negative infections.

Diseases caused by Gram Negative bacteria Part 1 includes :

  • Meningococcal Infections
  • Gonococcal Infections
  • Haemophilus and Moraxella Infections
  • Infections Due to the HACEK Group and Miscellaneous Gram-Negative Bacteria
  • Legionella Infections
  • Pertussis and Other Bordetella Infections
  • Diseases Caused by Gram-Negative Enteric Bacilli
  • Acinetobacter Infections
  • Helicobacter pylori Infections
  • Infections Due to Pseudomonas

This list is not exclusive but a very good starting point covering 90% of the questions from this topics.

We recommend that you read the following topics from a standard textbook before you appear for Diseases caused by Gram Negative bacteria Part 1 Power mock on 2nd of August 2016.

Platinum access has new likely questions added from latest updates of diseases caused by Gram Negative bacteria.

Power mock on 2nd August 2016 is a must attend for Platinum Access candidates appearing for NEET PG 2017.

MCQ Challenge 1: A four year old female presents to the emergency room with fever and a petechial rash. A sepsis workup is performed, and parenteral antibiotics are administered. Gram-negative diplococci are identified in the CSF. Which of the following is true of this condition?
A. Antibiotic prophylaxis of fellow daycare attendees is not necessary
B. The presence of meningitis decreases the survival rate
C. The most common neurologic residual is seizures
D. Shock is the usual cause of death, which most often occurs within 48 hours of hospitalization

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MCQ Challenge 2: Fecal leukocytes are absent in all of the following infections, EXCEPT:

A. Giardiasis
B. Cryptosporidiosis
C. Campylobacter infection
D. Clostridium perfringens infection

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MCQ Challenge 3: A patient with corneal ulcer on examination is found to have a bluish green infiltrate and exudate. Which of the following would be the MOST likely causative agent?
A. Nocardia
B. Staphylococcus aureus
C. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
D. None of the above

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The references for the above questions were from the following:

Q1) Laumann A.E. (2005). Chapter 107. Dermatologic Conditions. In J.B. Hall, G.A. Schmidt, L.D. Wood (Eds), Principles of Critical Care, 3e.

Q2) Blaser M.J. (2012). Chapter 155. Infections Due to Campylobacter and Related Organisms. In D.L. Longo, A.S. Fauci, D.L. Kasper, S.L. Hauser, J.L. Jameson, J. Loscalzo (Eds), Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18e. Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Basic  edited by Sarah S. Long, M.D., pe 385.

Q3) Biswell R. Chapter 6. Cornea. In: Riordan-Eva P, Cunningham ET, Jr. eds. Vaughan & Asbury’s General Ophthalmology, 18e.

This article is projected to help your NEET PG preparation in Nov-Dec 2016. It is a must attend for Platinum Access candidates. Gram Negative infections is one of the most important topics for upcoming NEET PG 2017. This article on NEET PG topic will cover some of the revision tips to achieve top scores in this area.

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