Question: Expert Q&A Done Sarah Is A 55-year-old Female Who Has Been Admitted To The Infectious Disease Ward With Severe Dyspnea, Cough And Fatigue. She Also Reported A Weight Loss And Numerous Episodes Of Fever Over The Last Few Weeks. Her Temperature Today Is 38.7°C And She Had Few Episodes Of Hemoptysis Since This Morning. Sarah Used To Smoke One Pack Of …

Question: Expert Q&A Done Sarah Is A 55-year-old Female Who Has Been Admitted To The Infectious Disease Ward With Severe Dyspnea, Cough And Fatigue. She Also Reported A Weight Loss And Numerous Episodes Of Fever Over The Last Few Weeks. Her Temperature Today Is 38.7°C And She Had Few Episodes Of Hemoptysis Since This Morning. Sarah Used To Smoke One Pack Of …

Read carefully the above case scenario and answer the following questions. Your answer must be comprehensive, detailed and ba

Sarah is a 55-year-old female who has been admitted to the infectious disease ward with severe dyspnea, cough and fatigue. Sh

Sarah is a 55-year-old female who has been admitted to the infectious disease ward with severe dyspnes, cough and fatigue. Sh

Expert Q&A Done Sarah is a 55-year-old female who has beenadmitted to the infectious disease ward with severe dyspnea, coughand fatigue. She also reported a weight loss and numerous episodesof fever over the last few weeks. Her temperature today is 38.7°Cand she had few episodes of hemoptysis since this morning. Sarahused to smoke one pack of cigarettes a day for 15 years before shegave it up last year after she was diagnosed with Peptic UlcerDisease. Additionally, Sarah was only discharged from hospital lastmonth after she was treated for acute Urinary Tract Infection(UTI). Sarah’s Mantoux tuberculin skin test came back positive andher blood test confirmed that she has got Pulmonary Tuberculosis(PT). She was transferred into a single room for isolation and herdoctor informed her of the diagnosis. Sarah was very anxious andshe burst into tears and said: “Oh my god, I was only dischargedfrom hospital last month, and now, I have to be admitted again forgod knows how long”. Nurse Mary attended to Sarah and entered herroom for assistance, support and reassurance. During her meetingwith her Mary, Sarah wanted to know for how long she would be inthe hospital. She also asked to know which was more dangerous theUTI she had last month or the current PT. Furthermore, Sarahrequested Mary to explain what precautions she needed to take inlight of her medical history and risk factors. Nurse Mary managedto answer all of the questions raised by Sarah. She explained toSarah that her UTI and PT were caused by Escherichia coli andMycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria respectively. Mary reassuredSarah that luckily, her infection of PT is going to be treatedefficiently because Sarah did not delay her coming to the hospitaland that she just arrived on time. Mary also told Sarah that thebacteria that caused the UTI could have a much faster rate ofcausing complications compared to the bacteria that caused the PT.Sarah’s doctor reviewed her and accordingly commenced her oncombination antibiotic therapy for her PT Based on the factors thataffect microbial growth, classify which category does Mycobacteriumtuberculosis bacterium belongs to.

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Read carefully the above case scenario and answer the following questions. Your answer must be comprehensive, detailed and based on the case study. 1. Based on the factors that affect microbial growth, classify which category does Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium belongs to. (20 marks) 2. In the previous case study, explain the reason of why would Nurse Mary tell Sarah that her PT would be treated efficiently due to her early arrival to the hospital. (30 marks) wige i a Sarah is a 55-year-old female who has been admitted to the infectious disease ward with severe dyspnea, cough and fatigue. She also reported a weight loss and numerous episodes of fever over the last few weeks. Her temperature today is 38.7c and she had few episodes of hemoptysis since this morning, Sarah used to smoke one pack of cigarettes a day for 15 years before she gave it up last year after she was diagnosed with Peptic Ulcer Disease. Additionally, Sarah was only discharged from hospital last month after she was treated for acute Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). Sarah’s Mantoux tuberculin skin test came back positive and her blood test confirmed that she has got Pulmonary Tuberculosis (PT). She was transferred into a single room for isolation and her doctor informed her of the diagnosis. Sarah was very anxious and she burst into tears and said: Oh my god, was only discharged from hospitol last month, and now, I have to be admitted again for god knows how long Nurse Mary attended to Sarah and entered her room for assistance, support and reassurance During her meeting with her Mary, Sarah wanted to know for how long she would be in the hospital. She also asked to know which was more dangerous the UTI she had last month or the current PT. Furthermore, Sarah requested Mary to explain what precautions she needed to take in light of her medical history and risk factors. Norse Mary managed to answer all of the questions raised by Sarah She explained to Sa’ah that he: UTI and PT were caused by Eschenchi doland Mycobacteriore cobercolosis bacteria respectively: Mary reassured Sarah that her faction of PT s toing to be treated efficiently because Sarah did not delay HEFAMin to the cost and that she just arrived on time fetary also told Sarah that the bace that causes the coue much faster rate of causing complicados compared to the bacteria that caused the at Sarah sector tewewed her and accordingly commenced harga comination antisistic thalapfohet en Focus 單 ta Sarah is a 55-year-old female who has been admitted to the infectious disease ward with severe dyspnes, cough and fatigue. She also reported a weight loss and numerous episodes of fever over the last few weeks. Her temperature today is 38.7’c and she had few episodes of hemoptysis since this moming Sarah used to smoke one pack of cigarettes a day for 15 years before she gave it up last year after she was diagnosed with Peptic Ulcer Disease Additionally, Sarah was only discharged from hospital last month after she was treated for acute Urinary Tract Infection (UT). Sarah’s Mantoux tuberculin skin test came back positive and her blood confirmed that she has got Pulmonary Tuberculosis (PT). She was transferred into a single room for isolation and her doctor informed her of the diagnosis. Sarah was very anxious and she burst into tears and said: “oh my god, i was only discharged from hospital last month, and now, I have to be admitted again for god knows how long Nurse Mary attended to Sarah and entered her room for assistance, support and reassurance, During her meeting with her Mary, Sarah wanted to know for how long she would be in the hospital. She also asked to know which was more dangerous the ut she had last month or the current PT. Furthermore, Sarah requested Mary to explain what precautions she needed to take in light of her medical history and risk factors Nurse Mary managed to answer all of the questions raised by Sarah She explained to Sarah that her Utland PT were caused by Escherichia coli and Mycobactenum tuberculosis bacteria respectively. Mary reassured Sarah that luckily, her infection of magong to be treated efficiently because Sarah did not delay her com ng to the cataland that she ust arrived on time Mary also told Sarah that the bacteria that caused the uticed have a much faster rate of causing complications compared to the bacteria that caused the st. Sarah’s doctor reviewed her and accordingly commenced en aantatiether her