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5 Matching questions

  1. Staphylococcus aureus
  2. Prevention of UTI by E coli
  3. Toxins produced by Burcella abortus
  4. Symptoms of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Men
  5. Prevention of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli
  1. a Pyogenic (pus)
    Drip from penis
  2. b intervene in transmission- no undercooked meat

    feed animals hay, not grains
  3. c Diseases- food poisoning, colonize infections, toxic shock syndrome. facultatively anaerobic, Gram-positive coccus
  4. d urinate before and after sex
    practice good aseptic techniques
  5. e endotoxin- produces and overactive immune response

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. It is an opportunistic microbe that can also be transmitted by dirty needles. able to grow and body temp. ubiquitous.
    Nosocomial- Antibiotic resistant: can cause sepsis or necrosis
    High Risk-
    IV drug users- possible injecting P aeruginosa into all three layers of bone and heart
    People with weakened immune systems:
    cystic fibrosis- have a gene that doesn't allow sodium to transfer across cell wall, resulting in a thick mucus build up. Chronic biofilm grows in lining of lungs, damage is accumlative
    burn victims
  2. caused by group a strep. pyogenes. Sore throat, respiratory symptoms caused by a penetrating injury.
  3. less than 5 years
    immune deficient
  4. Antitoxin (ABE) neutralizes toxin as well as respiratory support
  5. IV rehydration

5 True/False questions

  1. High risk for Neisseria gonorrhoeaehuman to human via sexually
    mother to fetus


  2. Toxins in Vibrio choleraenterotoxin: attaches to cells and makes them secrete large amounts of water in the intestine


  3. Transmission Streptococcus pneumoniaHuman respirtatory to human respitatory


  4. disseminateddescribes lesion distribution when discreet structures are uniformly dispersed throughout an organ or tissue; dispersed or spread throughout, as in an organ or the whole body


  5. High Risk Listeria monocytogenesunborn children because it can grow in the placenta and can cause meningitis. As well as immunodeficient individuals