5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Toxins produced by Legionella pneumophilia
- Cardiovascular syphilis
- Prevention of UTI by E coli
- a relating to the stage in the development of a disease before the symptoms are observed
- b macrophages release host cells toxic products
- c Macrolide (50S). Inhibits protein synthesis by blocking translocation by peptidyltransferase (50s). Bacteriostatic.
- d result in the weakening in the aorta
- e urinate before and after sex
practice good aseptic techniques
5 Multiple choice questions
- Gram positive cocci that causes pneumonia
- Occurs when a spore penetrates the skin and begins as a boil and progresses to an eschar, it rarely travels to lymph nodes. The spore is generally from an infected animal. The mortality rate is less than 1%
- Legionaires Disease. Causes problems when the bacteria is taken in by a macrophage and killed because the macrophage will release cell toxins causing local damage.
- bacillus (rod)
- gram negative
- Vaccine: Previnar (babies 2 months, 4 doses) and Pneumovax ( older individuals, 2 doses)
5 True/False questions
The skin test for mycobacteria tuberculosis → DTaP + Booster
Antitoxins: made in other animals
Antibiotics: erythromycin- but ONLY in the 1st stage
What is the binomial classification of organisms? → method to group and categorize organisms into groups such as genus or species. The groups are known as taxa (singular: taxon). Biological classification is part of scientific taxonomy.
Miliary tuberculosis → acute tuberculosis characterized by the appearance of tiny tubercles on one or more organs of the body (presumably resulting from tubercle bacilli being spread in the bloodstream)
Prevention for Bordetella pertussis → Vaccine: DTaP plus booster, TDapP, Adacel
Colonized infections of Staphylococcus aureus → Nosocomial infections on wounds, surgical sites, medical implants.
Local: boils, colonize implants, sepsis