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Staphylococcus - Toxic Shock Syndrome and Its Management

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Mar 26 2020, 8:04 pm

Excellent lecture. Would appreciate CME quiz.

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but deadly disease most common in young women using super-absorbent tampons. Staphylococcal toxin TSST-1 is responsible for this syndrome. Majority of the patient that fall ill with toxic shock syndrome also lack an adequate humoral response to the toxic shock syndrome toxin. In this brief video Dr. Mobeen discusses the syndrome, its presentation, diagnosis, pathophysiology, and the management.

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