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Breakout: Antimicrobial Stewardship Edition

You'll need to use your knowledge of antimicrobial stewadship to find the secret formula and break your patient out of this escape room! Good luck!

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MISSION 01

MISSION 02

MISSION 03

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Group the items together correctly to get the first number for the passcode you need to escape!

MISSION 01

Differentiate between the following viruses and bacteria.

Influenza

Coronavirus

Tuberculosis

Staphylococcus

Streptococcus

Virus

Bacteria

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The first number of your password is...

2

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Answer the questions correctly to get the next part of your passcode!

MISSION 02

A veteran has a routine urinalysis with culture that reveals bacteria.. The veteran denies any symptoms. What should the next step be?

Educate the veteran that there is no cause for concern at this time and to notify provider if they develop dysuria, pyuria, hematuria, or fever.

Order a repeat U/A with culture

Start the veteran on antibotics.

Correct! Next: A veteran reports sneezing, cough, and nasal congestion for 7 days. He denies a fever or shortness of breath. The veteran should:

Receive a sputum culture and chest x-ray

Return home and continue monitoring symptoms. Notify provider if he develops shortness of breath, fever, or symptoms continue to worsen.

Immediately start antibiotics because viral illnesses do not typically display symptoms for this long.

Correct! Next: Approximately __% of antibiotics prescribed in the US annually are unnecessary.

18

28

10

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The second number of your password is...

9

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Uh oh...your patient may be at risk for...RESISTANCE. Answer the following questions about antimicrobial resistance correctly to save your Veteran and escape!

MISSION 03

Which of the following is a modifiable risk factor that leads to antibiotic resistance around the world?

Guidelines for infection prevention and control

Lack of new diagnostics and vaccines

Antibiotic use

Correct! Next: Compared to patient infected with antibiotic-susceptible bacteria, patients with antibiotic-resistant infections can have:

Higher mortality

Worse outcomes

Longer hospital stays

Higher healthcare costs

All of the above

Correct! Next: True or false? Use of antibiotics by one individual does not affect the risk of developing an antibiotic-resistant infection among other people.

True

False

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The third number of your password is...

7

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You have discovered the secret formula!

CONGRATULATIONS!

Virus

InfluenzaCoronavirus

StreptococcusStaphylococcusTuberculosis

Bacteria