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 +0  (familymed1#19)

Pneumococcal-23 is >50 y/o unless there are other indications.

H. influenza should be covered as a kid

Influenza is only during flu season. April is too late

 +0  (familymed1#20)

Out of the options, ACE-I is the only one that prolongs life, the rest just improve quality of life

 +1  (nbme21#24)

Per First Aid: antibodies against ABO blood types tend to be IgM or IgG, which is why the answer is IgG + complement and not IgA + complement

yotsubato  IgA also has no role in any hypersensitivity reaction
divya  hi. where is this given in first aid?

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submitted by aishu007(3),

can anyone explain why enterococcusfaecalis is the answer here?

priapism  Best I can guess is that both S. aureus and E. faecalis can cause UTI, but S. aureus is described as having clusters where as the other Gm+ cocci are in chains +3  
nala_ula  My doubt here in this question is the fact that Enterococcus faecalis is a normal gut microorganism that causes these different symptoms of sickness after genitoruinary or gastrointestinal procedures... but in this question there is no mention of any procedures. +  
fez_karim  its says chains, so not staph. only other is entero +  
temmy  according to first aid, staph aureus is not one of the high yield bugs for UTIs +1  
temmy  uti bugs are E.Coli Staph saprophyticus Klebsiella pneumonia Serratia Marcescens Enterococcus Proteus mirabilis Pseudomonad aeruginosa +  
privatejoker  Where in FA 2019 does it list that C.coccus is specifically in chains? +  
privatejoker  E.Coccus* i mean +  
divya  @privatejoker FA 2018 Pg 134 table +  
jennybones  @privatejoker Enterococcus is Group-D STREP. Streps are arranged in chains. +1  
santal  FA 2019 Page 639, too. +