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Gram-positive cocci bacteria
Name 2 species of Staphylococcus
What Gram stain does Staphylococcus ha…
What shape does Staphylococcus have?
Which species of Staphylococcus have t…
S. aureus and S. epidermidis
Gram positive
Cocci
S. aureus
Name 2 species of Staphylococcus
S. aureus and S. epidermidis
What Gram stain does Staphylococcus ha…
Gram positive
59 terms
Bacteria: Gram Positive Cocci
What is the scene for Staph Aureus
Name the general features for Staph Au…
What part of the body does Staph Aureu…
Name all the inflammatory disorders fr…
The Golden Staph of Moses
Beta hemolytic... catalase positive... coagulase positive... fermen…
anterior nares
rapid onset (acute) tricuspid endocarditis in IVDU... post vira…
What is the scene for Staph Aureus
The Golden Staph of Moses
Name the general features for Staph Au…
Beta hemolytic... catalase positive... coagulase positive... fermen…
GRAM POSITIVE COCCI BACTERIA
Staph
Staph Aureus
Strep
Strep Pyogenes
- Gram (+) ... - Cocci clusters ... - Catalase (+) ... - Hemolysins ... -…
- You know this ... - Coagulase (+)
- Gram (+) ... - Cocci chains ... - Facultative anaerobe grow best…
- Flesh eating ... - Strep A ... - Rhematic fever, Scarlet fever
Staph
- Gram (+) ... - Cocci clusters ... - Catalase (+) ... - Hemolysins ... -…
Staph Aureus
- You know this ... - Coagulase (+)
Unknown Bacteria Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus aureus
Micrococcus roseus
Micrococcus leuteus
Staphylococcus epidermis
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,MSA+
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,pink
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,yellow
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,white
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,MSA+
Micrococcus roseus
Gram+,Cocci,Catalase+,pink
39 terms
USMLE: Gram Positive Cocci Bacteria
Protein A
Virulence factor: binds Fc portion of…
causes inflammatory disease:... 1. skin i…
toxic shock syndrome-> desquamation of…
Staph aureus
Protein A
Staph aureus
Staph aureus
Protein A
Staph aureus
Virulence factor: binds Fc portion of…
Protein A
Bacteria/ Drugs, Gram positive Cocci
Staph Auerus, methicillin-sensitive
MRSA
Strep Pyogenes (Group A beta-hemolytic…
Strep agalactiate (Group B strep)
DOC: oxacillin/nafcillin IV, dicloxacillin PO... Alternative: c…
Ceftaroline
DOC: pen G, pen V, amoxicillin, benzathine penicillin G (rheu…
DOC: IV pen G or Ampicillin, PO: pen v or amox... Alternative:…
Staph Auerus, methicillin-sensitive
DOC: oxacillin/nafcillin IV, dicloxacillin PO... Alternative: c…
MRSA
Ceftaroline
Medically important bacteria (gram positive cocci)
Enterococcus species
Micrococcus species
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Cause urinary tract infections
Found on skin as well as in a variety of other environments
Cause wound infections, boils, food poisoning, and toxic shoc…
Normal microbiota of the skin
Enterococcus species
Cause urinary tract infections
Micrococcus species
Found on skin as well as in a variety of other environments
89 terms
Bacteria - Gram positive cocci and rods, gram negative cocci
where is staph aureus found?
what causes staph aureus to cause infe…
what virulence factors does staph aure…
what conditions does staph aureus cause?
skin and mucus membranes
breaks in skin or toxin production (can be endogenous toxins…
protein a (binds to Fc region and prevents opsonization), fib…
pneumoniae (secondary to viral infection), endocarditis, sept…
where is staph aureus found?
skin and mucus membranes
what causes staph aureus to cause infe…
breaks in skin or toxin production (can be endogenous toxins…
151 terms
Bacte lec: gram positive cocci and gram negative cocci bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram positive cocci in clusters
Catalase positive, coagulase positive; may produce hemolysis…
May be part of the normal flora of carriers, usually in the a…
Major cause of infections in hospitalize patients, especially…
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram positive cocci in clusters
Staphylococcus aureus
Catalase positive, coagulase positive; may produce hemolysis…
16 terms
Chapter 19 Gram positive bacteria, Cocci: Streptococcus
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Gram positive
Cocci in chains or pair
-Pharyngitis (strep throat)... -Scarlet fever... -Pyoderma/erysipel…
Spreads via respiratory droplets... Normal microbiota are deple…
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Gram positive
Group A Streptococcus (GAS) (S. pyogen…
Cocci in chains or pair
12 terms
Chapter 19 Gram positive bacteria, Cocci: Staphylococcus
Staphylococcus aureus gram stain?
Staphylococcus aureus shape?
Staphylococcus aureus disease?
Staphylococcus aureus mode of transmis…
Gram Positive, faculative anaerobic
Grape like (clusters) cocci
-food poisoning (noninvasive)... -scalded skin syndrome (cutaneo…
Found in moist skin folds... Infections result when staphylococ…
Staphylococcus aureus gram stain?
Gram Positive, faculative anaerobic
Staphylococcus aureus shape?
Grape like (clusters) cocci
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococci
Streptococci
Micrococci
Enterococci
Intestinal strep, rarely pathogenic (can cause wound infectio…
Staphylococci
Streptococci
37 terms
Gram + Cocci Bacteria
Gram +, coccus in clumps, catalase + &…
Clinical Presentations of Staph. aureus:
Treatment for Staph. aureus:
2 Clinical Cases for Staph. aureus:
Staphylococcus aureus ... Toxic Shock Syndrome Toxin (TSST-1)…
1. Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSST-1)... 2. Scalded Skin Syndrome (ex…
1. MSSA (methicillin-sensitive): penicillinase-resistant peni…
1. An IV drug user presents with high fever and signs of hear…
Gram +, coccus in clumps, catalase + &…
Staphylococcus aureus ... Toxic Shock Syndrome Toxin (TSST-1)…
Clinical Presentations of Staph. aureus:
1. Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSST-1)... 2. Scalded Skin Syndrome (ex…
Gram Positive Cocci
Selective media for aerobic GP cocci
nonselective for GP cocci
Staph Aureus colonly morphology, hemol…
Staph Aureus on BAP
CNA, mannitol salt agar, etc
BAP, TSA
large, cream white colonies, with Beta-hemoylsis
Which one is Staph aureus
Selective media for aerobic GP cocci
CNA, mannitol salt agar, etc
nonselective for GP cocci
BAP, TSA
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Gram Positive Cocci
3 genera of medically important GPC
Lab tests to differentiate GPC
3 most common GPCs
Types of staphylococcus
1. staphylococcus... 2. streptococcus ... 3. enterococcus
1. Catalase... + : staph... - : strep or entero... 2. coagulase... + : s…
staphylococcus aureus... streptococcus pyogenes ... streptococcus p…
S. aureus... S. epidermidis... S. saprophyticus
3 genera of medically important GPC
1. staphylococcus... 2. streptococcus ... 3. enterococcus
Lab tests to differentiate GPC
1. Catalase... + : staph... - : strep or entero... 2. coagulase... + : s…
17 terms
Gram Positive Cocci- Enterococcus
Morphology of Enterococcus
3 Characteristic Features of Enterocco…
Two characteristics which distinguishe…
Reservoir
Gram Positive Cocci in pairs /short chains
Catalase Negative, Growth in 6.5 % NaCl... Hydrolyzes esculin in…
Growth in 6.5 % NaCl... Hydrolyzes esculin in 40% bile
Human colon and urethra
Morphology of Enterococcus
Gram Positive Cocci in pairs /short chains
3 Characteristic Features of Enterocco…
Catalase Negative, Growth in 6.5 % NaCl... Hydrolyzes esculin in…
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INDI Gram positive cocci
micrococcaceae luteus
Stomatococcus mucilaginosus
Staphylococcus
alloicoccus otitidis
-motile... -not medicaly important; only cause skin infection in…
-normal oral flora... -non motile... -may be with catheter-related…
-mammalian skin... -nonmotile... -S. aures, S. epidermidis, S. sapr…
-can cause middle ear infections in children ... -aerobic
micrococcaceae luteus
-motile... -not medicaly important; only cause skin infection in…
Stomatococcus mucilaginosus
-normal oral flora... -non motile... -may be with catheter-related…
53 terms
Gram Positive Cocci; Strep
Streptococcus spp. and Enterococcus sp…
What other Strep like species cause di…
What does the identifying Lancefield g…
Besides the Lancefield classification,…
Negative
Leuconostoc... Aerococcus... Pediococcus... Others
Specific cell wall C polysaccharide
Hemolysis patterns
Streptococcus spp. and Enterococcus sp…
Negative
What other Strep like species cause di…
Leuconostoc... Aerococcus... Pediococcus... Others
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Gram Positive Cocci
Staphlyococcus spp.
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Staphylococcus epidermis
Usually beta, could be gamma ... GPC found in irregular grape-li…
Most common cause of staphylococcus infections... Causes skin in…
Usually gamma hemolytic... Causes opportunistic UTIs... Wound infec…
Usually gamma hemolytic ... Opportunist pathogen:... UTIs... Post-surg…
Staphlyococcus spp.
Usually beta, could be gamma ... GPC found in irregular grape-li…
Staphylococcus aureus
Most common cause of staphylococcus infections... Causes skin in…
87 terms
5. Gram Positive Cocci
gram positive cocci - 3 groups
catalase +
catalase -
staphylococci:... catalaste... motility... type…
1. staphylococci... 2. streptococci... 3. enterococci
staphylococci: clusters
streptococci: chains... enterococci: pairs
catalase +... non motile... facultative anaerobe
gram positive cocci - 3 groups
1. staphylococci... 2. streptococci... 3. enterococci
catalase +
staphylococci: clusters
17 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
What are the 2 medically important coc…
What are the 3 staphylococci bacteria?
What are the general details of Staphy…
What bacteria is major pathogen of Sta…
-staphylococcus ... -streptococcus
-S. aureus (most pathogenic) ... -S. epidermidis ... -S. saprophyti…
-grape like arrangement ... -catalase postitive ... -aerobic ... -uses…
S. aureus
What are the 2 medically important coc…
-staphylococcus ... -streptococcus
What are the 3 staphylococci bacteria?
-S. aureus (most pathogenic) ... -S. epidermidis ... -S. saprophyti…
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Cocci Gram pos. bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
MRSA
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Staphylococcus epidermis
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
UTI (young female)
nosocomial infections (catheters)
Staphylococcus aureus
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
MRSA
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
20 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
3 genera of medically important GPC
Lab tests to differentiate GPC
3 most common GPCs
Types of staphylococcus
1. staphylococcus... 2. streptococcus ... 3. enterococcus
1. Catalase... + : staph... - : strep or entero... 2. coagulase... + : s…
staphylococcus aureus... streptococcus pyogenes ... streptococcus p…
S. aureus... S. epidermidis... S. saprophyticus
3 genera of medically important GPC
1. staphylococcus... 2. streptococcus ... 3. enterococcus
Lab tests to differentiate GPC
1. Catalase... + : staph... - : strep or entero... 2. coagulase... + : s…
9 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Leukocidin
Alpha toxin
coagulase positive
coagulase negative
kills phagocytic cells
hemolyzes red blood cells
Staphylococcus aureus
coagulase positive
Staphylococcus epidermidis
coagulase negative
29 terms
Gram Positive Cocci/Rods
Staph. aureaus
Staph. epidermidis
Strep. pygenes
Strep. pneumoniae
gram p cocci
gram p cocci
gram p cocci
gram p cocci
Staph. aureaus
gram p cocci
Staph. epidermidis
gram p cocci
70 terms
Gram Positive Cocci & Rods
Normal flora in respiratory, considere…
Toxic Shock Syndrome... Carbuncles (absce…
Grows on Blood, Chocolate, CNA, PEA &…
Direct screening from Nares on CHROMag…
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus aureus diseases
Staphylococcus aureus growth
MRSA
Normal flora in respiratory, considere…
Staphylococcus aureus
Toxic Shock Syndrome... Carbuncles (absce…
Staphylococcus aureus diseases
32 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococci
Impetigo/ "acne"
Impetigo Presentation Pic
Greasy Pig Disease
-Gram Positive... -Cocci... -Grow in "grape-like, may be seen as pa…
A superficial bacterial infection characterized by non-follic…
Exudative dermatitis in young pigs
Staphylococci
-Gram Positive... -Cocci... -Grow in "grape-like, may be seen as pa…
Impetigo/ "acne"
A superficial bacterial infection characterized by non-follic…
107 terms
gram positive cocci
Na (sodium)
Ca
Fe
water
what is the only small element necessary to humans that some…
what element is important for spore formation
what element is important for toxin production
what molecule is required by all cells
Na (sodium)
what is the only small element necessary to humans that some…
Ca
what element is important for spore formation
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Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus aureus
Gm + cocci Media
S. epidermidis
Micrococcus
Gram-positive cocci... Catalase positive... Nonmotile... Aerobic or fa…
5% sheep blood agar... Routine medium... Mannitol salt... High concent…
Resistant to Bacitracin, Sensitive to Furazolidone... Often in n…
Sensitive to Bacitracin, Resistant to Furazolidone... Cause infe…
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram-positive cocci... Catalase positive... Nonmotile... Aerobic or fa…
Gm + cocci Media
5% sheep blood agar... Routine medium... Mannitol salt... High concent…
23 terms
Gram Positive Cocci: Staphylococcus
Gram positive cocci include
staphylococci
streptococci
Important properties of staphylococci
staphylococcus and streptococcus ... these are non motile and d…
appear in grape-like clusters ... produce catalase (they degrad…
are arranged in chains ... and do not produce catalase
the catalase produced is an important virulence factor (makes…
Gram positive cocci include
staphylococcus and streptococcus ... these are non motile and d…
staphylococci
appear in grape-like clusters ... produce catalase (they degrad…
46 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococci
Catalase + Gram Positive Cocci... Hemolys…
Catalase - Gram Positive Cocci... Hemolys…
Differentiation of Staphylococci: Coag…
• GPC in clusters... • Selective media... - CNA... - PEA... - Mannitol Sa…
Staphylococcus aureus- Beta-hemolytic... Staphylococcus epidermi…
•Beta‐Hemolytic... - S. pyogenes (A)... - S. agalactiae (B)... - Enter…
Coagulase is an enzyme that clots plasma.... - Slide test... - Tube…
Staphylococci
• GPC in clusters... • Selective media... - CNA... - PEA... - Mannitol Sa…
Catalase + Gram Positive Cocci... Hemolys…
Staphylococcus aureus- Beta-hemolytic... Staphylococcus epidermi…
39 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
GPC flow chart
Staphylococcus
Staph aureus Morphology
Staph aureus Culture requirements
Normal flora in skin, GI, and respiratory... 80% Infections are…
GPC can appear in biofilms, have capsule and or virulence fac…
Facultative anaerobic, mesophilic, grows in basic and enriche…
GPC flow chart
Staphylococcus
Normal flora in skin, GI, and respiratory... 80% Infections are…
44 terms
Gram positive cocci I
6 virulence factors of strep pyogenes…
the principle virulence factor of stre…
most frequent cause of pharyngitis
most common cause of bacterial pharyng…
G3PD: adhesion... enolase: located at surface; binds plasminogen…
M protein... Type I: share EC epitopes but do NOT have opacity f…
virus
Group A strep (GAS)
6 virulence factors of strep pyogenes…
G3PD: adhesion... enolase: located at surface; binds plasminogen…
the principle virulence factor of stre…
M protein... Type I: share EC epitopes but do NOT have opacity f…
65 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Two medically important Gram + Species
Group B Beta Hemolytics
Staphylococci
Catalase
Straphylococcus aureus... Streptococcus pyogenes... -Do not form s…
Strep Agalactiae... -Colonize genital tract of women, usually b…
Grape-like clusters... Produce CATALASE (degrades hydrogen pero…
Bacteria with this enzyme can survive the killing effect of H…
Two medically important Gram + Species
Straphylococcus aureus... Streptococcus pyogenes... -Do not form s…
Group B Beta Hemolytics
Strep Agalactiae... -Colonize genital tract of women, usually b…
16 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus
S. aureus
S. epidermidis
S. saprophyticus
S. aureus, S. epidermidis, S. saprophyticus, and S. lugdunens…
most pathogenic... causes suppuration, abcess formation, pyogen…
Coagulase (-)... Novobiocin sensitive
Coagulase (-)... Novobiocin resistant
Staphylococcus
S. aureus, S. epidermidis, S. saprophyticus, and S. lugdunens…
S. aureus
most pathogenic... causes suppuration, abcess formation, pyogen…
65 terms
Gram-positive cocci
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
Basic characteristics of S. aureus?
How can S. aureus be distinguished fro…
What is the main virulence factor for…
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
Gram positive cocci, catalase positive
S. aureus is coagulase positive, beta hemolytic, ferments man…
Protein A - compoment of cell wall binds Fc of Ig, preventing…
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
Basic characteristics of S. aureus?
Gram positive cocci, catalase positive
52 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Describe S. aureus based on whether ca…
Describe S. epidermis based on whether…
What staphylococci is novobiocin sensi…
Staphylococci commonly colonized on th…
Beta hemolytic on blood agar, ... Catalase positive, coagulase p…
Catalase positive, coagulase negative... Beta hemolytic
S. epidermidis
S. epidermidis
Describe S. aureus based on whether ca…
Beta hemolytic on blood agar, ... Catalase positive, coagulase p…
Describe S. epidermis based on whether…
Catalase positive, coagulase negative... Beta hemolytic
78 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
What are the 3 genera of medically imp…
******... What are the "big 3" or the 3 m…
GRAM POSITIVE COCCI... Shape of cells?…
Under a microscope, staphylococci appe…
Staphyococci... Streptococci... Enterococci... yes, but usually only…
1) Staphylococcus Aureus ... 2) Streptococcus Pyogenes (group A…
spherical... no ... Thick
clusters... chains
What are the 3 genera of medically imp…
Staphyococci... Streptococci... Enterococci... yes, but usually only…
******... What are the "big 3" or the 3 m…
1) Staphylococcus Aureus ... 2) Streptococcus Pyogenes (group A…
41 terms
Gram-positive cocci
Staph Aureus characteristics
Staph aureus symptoms (5)
Where does Staph aureus colonize
How does staph aureus develop methicil…
- G+... - beta hemolytic... - catalase +... - ferments mannitol salts…
- Toxic shock syndrome (toxin is a super antigen) ... - Scalded…
Colonizes the nose. Normal skin and nasal flora
MRSA- by altering penicillin binding proteins.... Treat MRSA wit…
Staph Aureus characteristics
- G+... - beta hemolytic... - catalase +... - ferments mannitol salts…
Staph aureus symptoms (5)
- Toxic shock syndrome (toxin is a super antigen) ... - Scalded…
24 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Micrococcus
Staphylococcus (testing)
Beta hemolysis
Alpha hemolysis
Problem in the food industry, but not a pathogen... -form bright…
Clusters or single "grapes" appearance... -first test with gram…
RBCs broken down so we see a halo around the colony
Green zone around the colony to indicate partial breakdown
Micrococcus
Problem in the food industry, but not a pathogen... -form bright…
Staphylococcus (testing)
Clusters or single "grapes" appearance... -first test with gram…
68 terms
Gram Positive Cocci; Staph
What are general characteristics of mi…
What are the gas requirements of S. sa…
What is the colony morphology of micro…
CNA grows gram ____ organisms
GPC, all catalase +, grape clusters, aerobic or facultative,…
obligate anaerobe
Colonies are cream-colored, buttery looking (BA or CNA), some…
positive
What are general characteristics of mi…
GPC, all catalase +, grape clusters, aerobic or facultative,…
What are the gas requirements of S. sa…
obligate anaerobe
42 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococci
Staphylococcus aureus
What enzymes does S. aureus produce?
what 2 enzymes distinguish Staphylococ…
-spherical-grapelike clusters ... -common inhabitant of skin and…
-grows in lage, round, opaque colonies ... -optimum temp: 37C-bo…
1. coagulase-coagulates plasma and blood... 2. catalase ... 3. hyal…
Staphylococcus is catalase and coagulase positive
Staphylococci
-spherical-grapelike clusters ... -common inhabitant of skin and…
Staphylococcus aureus
-grows in lage, round, opaque colonies ... -optimum temp: 37C-bo…
42 terms
Micro: Gram positive cocci
Staph Aureus
staph aureus
Scalded skin syndrome... Perioral (over e…
Scalded skin syndrome... Perioral (over e…
Staph Aureus
staph aureus
12 terms
Gram Positive Cocci
Name 3 GPC Staph
Name 4 GPC Strep
Name 1 GPC that's neither a staph or s…
What's the major difference between St…
Staph aureus... Staph epidermis... Staph saprophyticus
Strep pyogenes... Strep agalactiae... Strep pneumoniae... Strep viridans
Enterococcus
S. aureus: ... - yellow fermentation in mannitol... - coagulase(+)…
Name 3 GPC Staph
Staph aureus... Staph epidermis... Staph saprophyticus
Name 4 GPC Strep
Strep pyogenes... Strep agalactiae... Strep pneumoniae... Strep viridans
66 terms
Gram-positive cocci
what are the most common, clinically i…
where do they fit in to the scheme?
and what does gram-positive mean?
how do we differentiate between the gr…
Staphylococcus... Streptococcus... Enterococcus
what are the most common, clinically i…
Staphylococcus... Streptococcus... Enterococcus
where do they fit in to the scheme?
61 terms
Gram Positive Rods Bacteria
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Bacillus
Calcium Dipicolinate
Schaeffer-Fulton Stain
Heat resistant Endospores
Aerobic Endospore-Forming Gram Positive Rods
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Calcium Dipicolinate
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Schaeffer-Fulton Stain
54 terms
Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Cocci
B
A
C
D
B
A
Catalase-Positive, Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Staphylococcus haemolyticus, Staphyloc…
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Normal Flora: Anterior nares, nasopharnyx, perineal area, ski…
Normal Flora: Skin, mucous membranes. nosocomial infections (…
Normal Flora: Skin, mucous membranes (low numbers). Haemolyti…
Normal Flora: Skin, genitourinary tract, mucosa. Urinary trac…
Staphylococcus aureus
Normal Flora: Anterior nares, nasopharnyx, perineal area, ski…
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Normal Flora: Skin, mucous membranes. nosocomial infections (…
10 terms
Gram + Bacteria cocci
staphylococcus
micrococcus
staphylococcus aureus
staph epidermidis
cae cat+
cae cat+
cae cat+ coag+
cae cat+ coag-
staphylococcus
cae cat+
micrococcus
cae cat+
11 terms
Gram + Bacteria (Cocci)
Staphylococcus
S. aureas
Staphylococcus skin infections
Other Staph. diseases
facultative aerobe... catalase +... halotolerant
normal flora... yellow pigment... beta hemolysis
simple pimple... hair follicle ... sties
TSS... pneumonia... impetigo... meningitis ... MRSA
Staphylococcus
facultative aerobe... catalase +... halotolerant
S. aureas
normal flora... yellow pigment... beta hemolysis
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