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unique feature of Tuberculosis in HIV+

o Tuberculosis (-ve tuberculin test) – because there is no immune system to activate against antigen

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most common cause of hiv related blindness

- Blindness
o CMV retinitis – “Cheese and ketchup lesion” MCC

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Therapy for HIV

Azidotheymidine (AZT) with CD4 < 500

o Reverse transcriptase inhibitor

With CD4 < 200 add pneumocystis prophylaxis
o Trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole

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why should hiv pts (and close family) not received LIVE vaccines?

lacking immune system usually disease will overcome

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decreased FRC in pregnancy - more prone to

hypoxia

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Placental transfer

- lipid soluble substances diffuses rapidly

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prevent DVT with

pneumatic compression stockings during C/S

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what do you give to stop premature contraction?

Beta 2 agonist

ritodrine is given to stop premature contraction

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Avoid what with ritodrine?

Atropine

can cause tachy and lead to pulmonary edema

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mag sulfate increases sensitivity to both depolarizing and non-depolarizing muscle relaxants therefore....

decrease the dose

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lidocaine (in high doses) causes uterine:

vasoconstriction
increased tone

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most commonly injured during abdominal hysterectomy

Femoral nerve is

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Common peroneal nerve injury during vaginal hysterectomy may lead to

foot drop

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most commonly injured during vaginal delivery

Lumbosacral nerve is

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most common cause of anesthesia-related maternal mortality

Airways complications are