ABOUT DAMS LAST LOOK SERIES FOR YOUR PG/FMGE/MCI

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WHAT IS DAMS LAST LOOK SERIES FOR YOUR PG/FMGE/MCI:

What is DAMS LAST LOOK SERIES ??

As we all know DAMS is onea of biggest and worthy PG institute in INDIA..we will say DAMS as the place of PG achievers..

They are the one who made LAST LOOK SERIES for your PG preparation exams..let discuss something about dams last look series..from the name LAST LOOK it is great for all PG aspirants to achieve their Carrier with satisfaction for their money. We have added some info about Β MOST COMMON PATHOGENS here.

Neisseria meningitidis
β€’ MC cause in 2-20 years age group. Transmission is via respiratory droplets. Pili allow the attachment to the nasopharyngeal mucosa from where it enters the the blood stream causing meningococcemia. If it crosses the blood-brain barrier, it can infect the meninges, causing an acute inflammatory response
that results in a purulent meningitis.
β€’ Presence of petechiae or purpurial rash provide an important clue.
Streptococcus pneumoniae
β€’ MC cause in > 20 years of age. It is carried in the nasopharynx of many healthy individuals. Infection
can be either endogenous (in a carrier who develops impaired resistance to the organism) or exogenous
(by droplets from the airway of a carrier).
β€’ S. pneumoniae infection can result in a bacteremia leading to infection of several sites in the human body, including the central nervous system. This
meningitis has a high mortality rate.
Listeria monocytogenes
β€’ It is common in neonates, pregnant women, elderly and in immunocompromised individuals for whom Listeria is one of the common causes of meningitis. Listeria infections are usually food borne, with the
organism entering the body via the GI tract.
β€’ Newborns can become infected during birth,resulting in meningitis with a significant mortalityrate, intrauterine infections can cause the fetus to
spontaneously abort or be stillborn.
Haemophilus influenzae
β€’ It is a normal resident of the human upper respiratory tract. Transmission is by respiratory droplets.
β€’ After attaching to the respiratory mucosa, the infection become systemic, with bacteria spreading via the blood to the central nervous system. It has
been a leading cause of bacterial meningitis,especially in infants and very young children.

Streptococcus agalactiae
β€’ It causes meningitis and septicemia in neonates. Itis found normally in the vagino-cervical tract of female carriers, and the urethral mucous membranes of male carriers, as well as in the GI
tract (especially the rectum). Trans-mission occurs during birth, and venereally among adults.
β€’ Infection of an infant occurs as it traverses the birth canal. Its infection is a leading cause of neonatal meningitis, and has a high mortality rate:

HERE IS THE SUBJECT THAT YOU CAN GET THE LAST LOOK SERIES FROM DAMS INSTITUTE.

E.N.T

MICROBIOLOGY

PHARMACOLOGY

MEDICINE

PATHOLOGY

PHARMACOLOGY 2

HEMATOLOGY

ENT 2

AND MORE