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5 Matching Questions

  1. treatment for streptococcus pneumonia
  2. What determines INCUBATION time of a microbe?
  3. Prevention of Clostridium Botulinum
  4. Necrotizing fasciitis and myositis ( s. pyogenes toxins)
  5. NGU (NSU)
  1. a Exotoxins: A increases host cytokines, edema, fever, inflammation
  2. b Strain, Generation time, Dose, and where it enters the body
  3. c most frequent cause of ghonnorae eurethritis; an STD that produces a chronic eurethral discharge and inflammation
  4. d antibiotics
  5. e Dont eat food that is not properly strored. Dont give kinds honey or dirty things

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. It is a gram+ bacillus that forms endospores. It is a soil dwelling facultative anaerobe. Infections are relatively rare occurs when spores enter the body ( People who work with animals are at risk)
  2. a person who has some pathogen to which he is immune but who can pass it on to others
  3. Oral antibiotics, wks-months (if early enough)
  4. hand washing, isolate patients and monitor for any symptoms
  5. It is a gram positive, anaerobe. Causes pseudomembranous colitis and toxic megacolon

5 True/False Questions

  1. transmission of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia colihuman feces to human oral
    animal feces to human oral

          

  2. Zone of Indurationswelling that can be felt

          

  3. Mycobacteria tuberculosis ~ disease, stain, shapeIt is not a true gram positive, it is an acid fact bacteria. It is a strict aerobe that causes tuberculosis.

          

  4. Neisseria MeningitidisIs a gram - aerobe that causes meningitis

          

  5. Food poisoning of staphylococcus aureusTake in the toxin, there are 6 enterotoxins. They cause nausea and vomiting

          

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