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Question 1: A, bacitracin susceptible: S. pyogenes (Scarlet fever, Erysipelas, ________, Streptococcal pharyngitis)
Rheumatic feverTuberculous pericarditisSubacute bacterial endocarditisMyocarditis

Question 2: In addition to surgery and antibiotics, ________ (HBOT) is used and acts to inhibit the growth of and kill the anaerobic C.
Hyperbaric medicineScuba divingOxygen toxicityDecompression sickness

Question 3: ________ alone are not effective because they do not penetrate ischaemic muscles enough to be effective.
Nucleic acid inhibitorATC code J01AntibioticAntibiotic misuse

Question 4: It is a deadly form of gangrene usually caused by ________ bacteria.
ClostridiumCorynebacteriumStreptococcusPeptostreptococcus

Question 5: Gas gangrene (also known as "Clostridial myonecrosis"[1]:269) is a bacterial infection that produces ________ within tissues in gangrene.
GasSpecific heat capacityTemperatureThermodynamic temperature

Question 6: Gas gangrene can cause myonecrosis, gas production, and ________.
Acute respiratory distress syndromeAcute liver failureSepsisShock (circulatory)

Question 7: Cg+ S. aureus (Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, ________, MRSA)
Toxic shock syndromeAnthraxDiphtheriaErysipelas

Question 8: ________ of a muscle biopsy showing Gram-positive, rod-shaped, anaerobic, spore-forming bacteria in the infected muscle tissue.
Auramine OStainingAuramine-rhodamine stainGram staining







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