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5 Matching questions

  1. transmission of Toxic shock syndrome (staphylococcus aureus)
  2. transmission of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli
  3. portal of entry
  4. Gummatous syphilis
  5. Toxins of Toxic shock syndrome (staph. aureus)
  1. a - characterized by the soft ganulem that develops on the skin and other parts of the body
    - no treatment
  2. b TSST1 : this toxin is made during periods because the blood neutralizes the vaginal Ph and there is O2 avaliable then
  3. c steer feces to human oral
  4. d area of body through which microbes enter and cause disease
  5. e Toxemia from normal flora. (staph. grows in large numbers around vaginal and nasal packs ~ right Ph and O2 avaliable)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Unvaccinated people as well as children under 4 years old.
  2. enterotoxin: attaches to cells and makes them secrete large amounts of water in the intestine
  3. Endogenous: can be caused by normal flora following long term antibiotics/chemo
    Exogenous: failure to wash hands by health care workers
  4. human to human via sexually
    mother to fetus
  5. A pneumonia that develops as a secondary disorder from other diseases that weaken the lungs or the body's immune system.

5 True/False questions

  1. genusInfection or disease originating outside of or external to the body

          

  2. Prevention of Clostridium BotulinumDont eat food that is not properly strored. Dont give kinds honey or dirty things

          

  3. Toxins of streptococcus pneumoniaNo toxins, symptoms are caused by an overactive immune response

          

  4. Symptoms of Clostridium DifficileMild explosive diarrhea (due to inflammation of colon), dysentery with odor (due to toxic megacolon)

          

  5. Clostridium difficile ( disease and gram stain)It is a gram positive, anaerobe. Causes pseudomembranous colitis and toxic megacolon