Question of the Day

Question of the Day – Thursday August 24, 2017

Question: Stevens-Johnson’s syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis are potentially fatal mucocutaneous diseases that in some cases may be due to a variety of drugs. Which drugs are most commonly implicated as etiologic agents in pediatric patients suffering from these diseases?

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Question of the Day – Wednesday August 23, 2017

Question: Tick paralysis is a rare condition that can lead to significant morbidity and death is undiagnosed. Most cases of tick paralysis have been reported from Australia or North America including in the United States—the Pacific Northwest, the Rocky Mountain states, and the Southeast— and southwestern Canada. In North American which species of tick has been implicated as the most common vector causing tick paralysis?

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Question of the Day – Friday August 18, 2017

Question: Controlling exposures to occupational hazards is the fundamental method of protecting workers. Traditionally, a “hierarchy of controls” has been used as a means of determining how to implement feasible and effective control solutions. What is the so-called “hierarchy of controls”?

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