Haematopoietic stem cell transplant in children
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When is a child undergoing haematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) at risk of becoming profoundly neutropenic?CorrectIncorrect
What alternative may be used for pneumocystis pneumonia prophylaxis instead of co-trimoxazole in the HSCT setting?CorrectIncorrect
What treatment is approved for management of veno-occlusive disease (VOD)?CorrectIncorrect
Which drug predisposes patients at risk of VOD?CorrectIncorrect
What treatment is approved for management of thrombotic microangiopathy?CorrectIncorrect
What can steroid-refractory graft versus host disease be treated with?CorrectIncorrect
What can posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome be precipitated by?CorrectIncorrect
What is the incidence of severe haemorrhagic cystitis (HC) in HSCT?CorrectIncorrect
What is the principal management of HC?CorrectIncorrect
How long is phenoxymethylpenicillin continued for after HSCT?CorrectIncorrect
What is the most common symptom for diagnosing VOD?CorrectIncorrect
What may conjugated oestrogens be used to treat in HSCT?CorrectIncorrect
What can skin graft versus host disease be treated with?CorrectIncorrect
What is first-line treatment for gut and liver graft versus host disease?CorrectIncorrect
A child who is 30 days post-transplant and with no new change in medical treatment has a macular popular rash on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. What might this be likely owing to?CorrectIncorrect