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19 terms
bacterial diseases of the lower respiratory system
bacterial pneumonia basics
pneumoccocal pneumonia
pneumococcal pneumonia morphology
primary atypical (mycoplasmal) pneumon…
lung inflammation and fluid filled alveoli and bronchioles... sy…
1. short, rapid breathing, rust-colored sputum ... 2. streptococ…
gram-positive... short chains/pairs of coccus ... capsule protects…
1. fever, sore throat, excessive sweating... 2. mycoplasma pneum…
bacterial pneumonia basics
lung inflammation and fluid filled alveoli and bronchioles... sy…
pneumoccocal pneumonia
1. short, rapid breathing, rust-colored sputum ... 2. streptococ…
80 terms
bacterial diseases of the lower respiratory system
more free of organisms
bacterial Pheumonias
Bacterial Pneumonias symptoms
Bacterial Pneumonias epidemiology
axenic
lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and bro…
fever, chills, cough, chest pain
most serious and the most frequent in adults
more free of organisms
axenic
bacterial Pheumonias
lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and bro…
10 terms
Bacterial Disease of the lower respiratory system
Bordetella pertusis
Myobacterium tuberculosis
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Klebsiella Pneumonia
Pertussis (whooping cough), produces both endo and exotoxins.…
- tuberculosis ... - body walls off the organisms (tubercle)... - C…
- Pneumococcal Pneumonia... - Ottitis Media : An infection of th…
- Male alcoholics over 40 year olds most susceptible... - Respir…
Bordetella pertusis
Pertussis (whooping cough), produces both endo and exotoxins.…
Myobacterium tuberculosis
- tuberculosis ... - body walls off the organisms (tubercle)... - C…
39 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
What is another name for Pertussis?
What organism causes Pertussis?
What are the stages of Pertussis?
Highly contagious stage of pertussis
Whooping cough
Bordetella
Catarrhal stage, Paroxysmal stage, Convalescent stage
Catarrhal stage
What is another name for Pertussis?
Whooping cough
What organism causes Pertussis?
Bordetella
BACTERIAL DISEASE OF LOWER RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Common Cold S/S
Common Cold Virulence
Common Cold Pathogenesis
Common Cold Epidemiology
• Sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, etc... • No fever unless th…
• Attach to human protein, ICAM-1, on cytoplasmic membranes o…
• After attaching to mucous membrane cells, cause cells to sy…
• Rhinoviruses are extremely infective... • Infected person can…
Common Cold S/S
• Sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, etc... • No fever unless th…
Common Cold Virulence
• Attach to human protein, ICAM-1, on cytoplasmic membranes o…
81 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the lower respiratory system
axenic
microorganisms living in the lower res…
structures of lower respiratory system
protective components of lower respira…
free of living organisms other than those required for survival
usually none
larynx... trachea... bronchi and bronchioles... alveoli... pleurae... diaphr…
ciliated mucous membrane ... alveolar macrophages... secretory anti…
axenic
free of living organisms other than those required for survival
microorganisms living in the lower res…
usually none
17 terms
Microbial diseases of the lower respiratory system, bacterial
Pertussis (whooping cough) pathogen
Pertussis symptoms
Pertussis reservoir
Pertussis diagnosis
Bordetella pertussis
spasms of intense coughing to clear mucus
humans
bacterial culture
Pertussis (whooping cough) pathogen
Bordetella pertussis
Pertussis symptoms
spasms of intense coughing to clear mucus
Respiratory System: Bacterial Diseases of the Lower System
Typical Pneumonia Pathogen
Atypical pneumonia is caused by
Lobar pneumonia
Bronchopneumonia
S. pneumoniae
various microorganisms
infects the lobes of the lungs
infects the alveoli adjacent to the lungs
Typical Pneumonia Pathogen
S. pneumoniae
Atypical pneumonia is caused by
various microorganisms
112 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
Most common type of infection
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
normal flora (lower respiratory system)
Upper respiratory system diseases (list)
upper respiratory infections
can become opportunistic
there is none
diphtheria... streptococcal pharyngitis... scarlet fever
Most common type of infection
upper respiratory infections
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
can become opportunistic
14 terms
Bacterial Diseases of Respiratory System
Infections of Upper Respiratory System
Epiglottitis
Streptococcal Pharyngitis
Diphtheria
-Epiglottitis... -Streptococcal Pharyngitis... -Diphtheria... -Otitis…
-caused by H. influenzae (gram negative)... -inflammation of epi…
-caused by S. pyogenes (group A, gram positive) and other str…
-caused by Corynebacterium diphtheriae (gram positive)... -sympt…
Infections of Upper Respiratory System
-Epiglottitis... -Streptococcal Pharyngitis... -Diphtheria... -Otitis…
Epiglottitis
-caused by H. influenzae (gram negative)... -inflammation of epi…
Micro Topic 13: Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respir…
Components of the lower respiratory sy…
What are the various protective compon…
Bacterial Pneumonias
-Lower respiratory organs are usually axenic... -Bacterial infec…
1. Larynx... 2. Trachea... 3. Bronchi and Bronchioles... 4. Alveoli... 5.…
-ciliated mucous membrane... -alveolar macrophages... -secretory an…
-lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and br…
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respir…
-Lower respiratory organs are usually axenic... -Bacterial infec…
Components of the lower respiratory sy…
1. Larynx... 2. Trachea... 3. Bronchi and Bronchioles... 4. Alveoli... 5.…
8 terms
lower respiratory bacterial disease (symptoms)
mycobacterium tuberculosis
streptococcus pneumoniae
kleibisella pnemoniae
mycoplasma pnemoniae
acid-fast rod
gram positive, diplococcus
gram negative rods
no cell wall, pleomorphic
mycobacterium tuberculosis
acid-fast rod
streptococcus pneumoniae
gram positive, diplococcus
73 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory Tract
How does the Lower Respiratory Tract s…
What is the Ciliary Escalator?
Does the Lower Respiratory Tract conta…
What makes up the Lower Respiratory Tr…
Through the ciliary escalator
Cilia on the trachea and bronchi that propel particles upward…
No. Exception is within the trachea, some bacteria inhaled
Bronchi/Bronchioles (bronchitis), Lungs (Pneumonia, alveoli),…
How does the Lower Respiratory Tract s…
Through the ciliary escalator
What is the Ciliary Escalator?
Cilia on the trachea and bronchi that propel particles upward…
9 terms
Microbiology Lower Respiratory Bacterial Diseases
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
Tuberculosis (TB)
Pneumonia
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
*Bordetella Pertussis ... *adhesion molecules target respiratory…
*Myconacterium tuberculosis... *poverty and poor socioeconomic c…
*caused by wide array of bacteria ... *microbial disease of bron…
*Streptococcus Pneumoniae ... *leading cause of community acquir…
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
*Bordetella Pertussis ... *adhesion molecules target respiratory…
Tuberculosis (TB)
*Myconacterium tuberculosis... *poverty and poor socioeconomic c…
Microbiology Exam 3: Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
axenic
larynx, trachea, bronchi and bronchiol…
Bacterial pneumonias
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
lower respiratory organs are usually
structures of lower respiratory system
lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and bro…
short rapid breathing and rust colored sputum
axenic
lower respiratory organs are usually
larynx, trachea, bronchi and bronchiol…
structures of lower respiratory system
123 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory Tract
1. Whooping Cough... 2. Primary Pneumonia…
Bordetella pertussis
Gram-negative coccobacillus (rod)
Small rod
5 Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory Tract
Bacteria that causes Whooping Cough
Gram stain of Bordetella pertussis
Coccobacillus
1. Whooping Cough... 2. Primary Pneumonia…
5 Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory Tract
Bordetella pertussis
Bacteria that causes Whooping Cough
69 terms
Bacterial diseases of the lower digestive system
Staphylococcal Food poisoning pathogen
Staphylococcal Food poisoning symptoms
Staphylococcal Food poisoningStaphyloc…
Staphylococcal Food poisoning diagnost…
Staphylococcus aureus
nausea,vomiting, diarrhea
intoxication due to enterotoxin
phage typing
Staphylococcal Food poisoning pathogen
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcal Food poisoning symptoms
nausea,vomiting, diarrhea
7 terms
Bacterial diseases of the respiratory system
Lower reapiratory system is
Pharyngitis
Laryngitis
Tonsillitis
Sterile
Throat inflammation
Voice box inflammation
Inflammation of tonsils
Lower reapiratory system is
Sterile
Pharyngitis
Throat inflammation
BACTERIAL DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases S/S
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases Vir…
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases Pat…
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases Epi…
Streptococcal pharyngitis "strep throat"- inflammation of the…
Lancefield group A strep (S. Pyogenes) major cause of strep t…
Typically strep throat and strep bronchitis only occur when n…
S. pyogenes spread via respiratory droplets... Occurs most often…
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases S/S
Streptococcal pharyngitis "strep throat"- inflammation of the…
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases Vir…
Lancefield group A strep (S. Pyogenes) major cause of strep t…
112 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
Most common type of infection
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
normal flora (lower respiratory system)
Upper respiratory system diseases (list)
upper respiratory infections
can become opportunistic
there is none
diphtheria... streptococcal pharyngitis... scarlet fever
Most common type of infection
upper respiratory infections
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
can become opportunistic
79 terms
Bacterial diseases of the respiratory system
Epiglottis PATHOGEN
Epiglottis SYMPTOMS
Epiglottis TREATMENT
Streptococcal pharyngitis PATHOGEN
Haemophilus influenzae
inflammation of the epiglottis
antibiotics to maintain airway... prevention is Hib vaccine
strep throat... streptococci... especially streptococcus pyogenes
Epiglottis PATHOGEN
Haemophilus influenzae
Epiglottis SYMPTOMS
inflammation of the epiglottis
Bacterial Disease of Lower Respiratory Tract
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
Diagnosis of Pneumoccoal Pneumonia
Treatment of Pneumoccoal Pneumonia
Hepatization
death rate of about 7%. This is higher in young men because t…
gram positive diplococci in your microscope. The diagnosis is…
antibiotics: Cephalosporins, erythromycin, clindamycin, vanco…
lungs are so solid with cells that they look like liver tissue.
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
death rate of about 7%. This is higher in young men because t…
Diagnosis of Pneumoccoal Pneumonia
gram positive diplococci in your microscope. The diagnosis is…
20 terms
Bacterial diseases of the Lower Respiratory Tract
Whooping cough is caused by what patho…
Which bacterial pathogens cause pneumo…
This disease is a milder form of Legio…
What are the symptoms of Legionnaire's…
Bordetella pertussis
Streptococcus pneumonia, Haemophilus influenza, and Klebsiell…
Pontiac Fever
High fever, chills, non-productive cough, slightly elevated W…
Whooping cough is caused by what patho…
Bordetella pertussis
Which bacterial pathogens cause pneumo…
Streptococcus pneumonia, Haemophilus influenza, and Klebsiell…
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
Streptococcal Pharyngitis*
Sequel Diseases of Strep Throat*
Diphtheria*
Diphtheria*
Etioligy: Lancefield group A and Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus…
Scarlet fever... Rheumatic Fever ... PANDAS
Non invasive pathogen causing a formation of grey membrane in…
Etiology: Corynebacterium diphtheriae... Gram negative non endos…
Streptococcal Pharyngitis*
Etioligy: Lancefield group A and Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus…
Sequel Diseases of Strep Throat*
Scarlet fever... Rheumatic Fever ... PANDAS
27 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
haemophilus influenzae
gram - coccobacillus
+
haemophilus influenzae
a human-specific pathogen that is carried in the nasopharynx
what is the structure of haemophilus influenzae?
is haemophilus influenzae oxidase + or -?
This bacteria is a gram - coccobacillus and is a microaerophi…
haemophilus influenzae
a human-specific pathogen that is carried in the nasopharynx
gram - coccobacillus
what is the structure of haemophilus influenzae?
74 terms
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
True/False: Bacterial diseases of the…
What are some of the bacterial disease…
What is Diphtheria caused by?
What are some characteristics of Coryn…
True.
Diphtheria, Streptococcocal pharyngitis (strep throat), and s…
Corynebacterium diphtheria
Gram neg, bacilli, pleomorphic
True/False: Bacterial diseases of the…
True.
What are some of the bacterial disease…
Diphtheria, Streptococcocal pharyngitis (strep throat), and s…
Bacterial Infections of the lower respiratory system
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: Symptoms
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: Incubation per…
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: agent
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: virulence factor
cough, fever, single shaking chill, rust-colored sputum from…
1 to 3 days
The pneumococcus, Streptococcus pneumoniae; encapsulated stra…
thick polysaccharide capsule. Responsible for resistance to p…
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: Symptoms
cough, fever, single shaking chill, rust-colored sputum from…
Pneumococcal Pneumonia: Incubation per…
1 to 3 days
Bacterial Respiratory System Diseases
Pneumonia
aerosol transmission
infected dust transmission
strep throat (microbe, gram)
inflammation of respiratory tract
human coughing/sneezing... environmental: air conditioner, mist…
dry secretions... soil dust, bat and bird feces
Streptococcus pyogenes... GPC
Pneumonia
inflammation of respiratory tract
aerosol transmission
human coughing/sneezing... environmental: air conditioner, mist…
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System
Where in our body has the most bacteri…
What are some examples of upper respir…
What causes diphtheria and is its cell…
How is diphtheria effected by lysogeni…
Upper respiratory
Streptococcal pharyngitis (strep throat) ... Scarlet fever... Dipht…
caused by Corynebacterium diphtheria ... - gram positive usually…
When viruses infect these normal flora and transfer dna that…
Where in our body has the most bacteri…
Upper respiratory
What are some examples of upper respir…
Streptococcal pharyngitis (strep throat) ... Scarlet fever... Dipht…
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Digestive System
General Characteristics... 1. SignsandSym…
2. CausativeAgents
Cholera... 1. CausativeAgent
2. Signs and Symptoms
1) Diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting; fever... 2)…
• Enterobacteriaceae: Shigella, Salmonella, E. coli; also Vib…
1) Vibrio cholerae: curved, Gram-negative rod... 2) Halotolerant…
1) Classic example of severe watery diarrheal disease... 2) Can…
General Characteristics... 1. SignsandSym…
1) Diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting; fever... 2)…
2. CausativeAgents
• Enterobacteriaceae: Shigella, Salmonella, E. coli; also Vib…
27 terms
Lower digestive system bacterial diseases
Digestive infections sign and symptoms
Infection of small intestine
Infection of large intestine
Enteric fever
Diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting
copious watery diarrhea
Smaller amounts containing mucus, pus, and sometimes blood ... D…
bacterial pathogens first establish an intestinal infection a…
Digestive infections sign and symptoms
Diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting
Infection of small intestine
copious watery diarrhea
bacterial infections of the lower respiratory system
Streptococcus pneumoniae... 1) Gram-posit…
1) 1-2 days of runny nose, congestion,…
Pathogenesis
Epidemiology
Pneumococcal Pneumonia. Causative Agent
Signs and Symptoms
encapsulated pneumococci inhaled into alveoli multiply rapidl…
1) Up to 30% of healthy people carry encapsulated pneumococci…
Streptococcus pneumoniae... 1) Gram-posit…
Pneumococcal Pneumonia. Causative Agent
1) 1-2 days of runny nose, congestion,…
Signs and Symptoms
Bacterial diseases of the lower digestive system
Diarrhea,gastroenteritis,... Dysentry
Fluid and electrolyte replacement
Infections
12 hr to 2 wks
Symptoms usually include:
Treated with:
____caused by growth of pathogens.
Incubation from:
Diarrhea,gastroenteritis,... Dysentry
Symptoms usually include:
Fluid and electrolyte replacement
Treated with:
System Path: Lower Respiratory Diseases
Define Dyspnea.
Define Cyanosis.
Define Central Cyanosis.
Define Peripheral Cyanosis.
Breathlessness
Increase of reduced hemoglobin above 5gm/dl.... Usually 14gm/dl.
• Mucous membranes blue as well as periphery. ... • Decreased ox…
Extremities only blue and cold but mucous membranes are warm…
Define Dyspnea.
Breathlessness
Define Cyanosis.
Increase of reduced hemoglobin above 5gm/dl.... Usually 14gm/dl.
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Resp. System
Pertussis (Whooping cough)
Tuberculosis
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
Klebsiella Pneumonia
Organism: Bordetella... 1. Catarrhal Stage: Similar to commo…
Organism: Mycobacterium ... Symptoms: Body walls off organis…
Organism: Streptococcus... common cause of otitis media (middl…
Organism: Klebsiella; Male alcoholics over 40 yrs old most…
Pertussis (Whooping cough)
Organism: Bordetella... 1. Catarrhal Stage: Similar to commo…
Tuberculosis
Organism: Mycobacterium ... Symptoms: Body walls off organis…
59 terms
System Path: Lower Respiratory Diseases
Define Dyspnea.
Define Cyanosis.
Define Central Cyanosis.
Define Peripheral Cyanosis.
Breathlessness
Increase of reduced hemoglobin above 5gm/dl.... Usually 14gm/dl.
• Mucous membranes blue as well as periphery. ... • Decreased ox…
Extremities only blue and cold but mucous membranes are warm…
Define Dyspnea.
Breathlessness
Define Cyanosis.
Increase of reduced hemoglobin above 5gm/dl.... Usually 14gm/dl.
116 terms
diseases of the lower respiratory system
pathogen and virulence factors for inf…
bacterial disease of the lower respira…
bacterial disease of the lower respira…
bacterial disease of the lower respira…
-Influenza virus types A and B are the causative agents... *Seg…
pnuemococcal pneumonia
klebsiella pneumonia
tuberculosis
pathogen and virulence factors for inf…
-Influenza virus types A and B are the causative agents... *Seg…
bacterial disease of the lower respira…
pnuemococcal pneumonia
DISEASES OF THE LOWER RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Atelectasis
Atelectasis Causes
Atelectasis Manifestations
Atelectasis prevention
Closure or collapse of alveoli... •Described in relation to x-ra…
Foreign body... •Tumor or growth in an airway... •Altered breathing…
Increasing dyspnea... •Cough... •Sputum production... •In acute atelec…
Change patient's position frequently to promote ventilation a…
Atelectasis
Closure or collapse of alveoli... •Described in relation to x-ra…
Atelectasis Causes
Foreign body... •Tumor or growth in an airway... •Altered breathing…
Air Borne Bacterial Diseases: Lower Respiratory
Tuberculosis
Latent Tuberculosis
Active Tuberculosis
Pneumonia
no gram stain, acid fast stain +, highly aerobic, spread by r…
TB bacteria in lungs, immune system identifies and attacks fo…
Granuloma ruptures releasing TB bacteria into lung tissue, ba…
inflammatory illness of lungs, spread by respiratory droplets
Tuberculosis
no gram stain, acid fast stain +, highly aerobic, spread by r…
Latent Tuberculosis
TB bacteria in lungs, immune system identifies and attacks fo…
Airborne Bacterial Diseases [Lower Respiratory Tract]
Tuberculosis
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
Pneumonia
Lobar Pneumonia
Mycobacterium _______ (diagram of granuloma cells)
streptococcus pneumonia"pneumococcus"
microbrial disease of the bronchial tubes and lungs
Involvement of an entire lobe of lung
Tuberculosis
Mycobacterium _______ (diagram of granuloma cells)
Pneumococcal Pneumonia
streptococcus pneumonia"pneumococcus"
Diseases of Lower Respiratory System
pneumococcal pneumonia signs and sympt…
pneumococcal pneumonia pathogen
pneumococcal pneumonia vivulence factors
pneumococcal pneumonia pathogenesis an…
short, rapid breathing, rust colored sputum
streptococcus pneumoniae (gram positive coccus, short chains…
adhesins, capsule, phsphorlycholine, pneumolysin
infection occurs by inhalation of bacteria... bacterial replicat…
pneumococcal pneumonia signs and sympt…
short, rapid breathing, rust colored sputum
pneumococcal pneumonia pathogen
streptococcus pneumoniae (gram positive coccus, short chains…
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Digestive System
What pathogen causes staphylococcal fo…
What pathogen causes shigellosis?
What pathogen causes salmonellosis?
What pathogen causes typhoid fever?
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What pathogen causes staphylococcal fo…
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What pathogen causes shigellosis?
...
11 terms
Micro Topic 13 - Lower Respiratory Bacterial Diseases
Axenic
What are characteristics Bacterial Dis…
What are the Structures of the Lower R…
What are the Bacterial Diseases of the…
free of most organisms
lower respiratory organs are usually axenic... bacterial infecti…
larynx, trachea, bronchi and bronchioles, alveoli, pleurae, d…
Pneumococcal Pneumonia... Primary Atypical (Mycoplasmal) Pneumon…
Axenic
free of most organisms
What are characteristics Bacterial Dis…
lower respiratory organs are usually axenic... bacterial infecti…
Bacterial Diseases of the Respiratory System Combined
Most common type of infection
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
Upper respiratory system diseases (list)
Diphtheria (caused by)
upper respiratory infections
can become opportunistic
streptococcal pharyngitis... scarlet fever... diphtheria
Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Most common type of infection
upper respiratory infections
normal flora (upper respiratory system)
can become opportunistic
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Digestive System disease and pathogen
Staphylococcal Food Poisoning
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)
Salmonellosis
Typhoid Fever
Staphylococcus aureus
Shigella
Salmonella enterica
Salmonella typhi
Staphylococcal Food Poisoning
Staphylococcus aureus
Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)
Shigella
Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
Pertusis(whooping Cough)
tuberculosis
Melioidosis
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Bacterial... Bordetella pertusis... spasms of intense coughing
bacterial... mycobacterium tuberculosis, M.Bovis, M.Avium... coughm…
Bacterial ... Burkholderia psedomallei... pneumonia or tissue absce…
viral... respiratory syntactical virus... pneumonia in infants
Pertusis(whooping Cough)
Bacterial... Bordetella pertusis... spasms of intense coughing
tuberculosis
bacterial... mycobacterium tuberculosis, M.Bovis, M.Avium... coughm…
Bacterial diseases of respiratory system (20)
Acute otitis media (AOM)
Bacterial sinusitis
Pharyngitis
Diphtheria
Upper respiratory... Strep. pneumoniae... Haemophilus influenzae... No…
Upper respiratory... Strep. pneumoniae... Haemophilus influenzae... No…
Upper respiratory... Strep throat ... Sequelae: rheumatic fever and…
Upper respiratory... Pseudomembrane forms over tonsils and soft…
Acute otitis media (AOM)
Upper respiratory... Strep. pneumoniae... Haemophilus influenzae... No…
Bacterial sinusitis
Upper respiratory... Strep. pneumoniae... Haemophilus influenzae... No…
7 terms
Diseases of the lower respiratory system
Pertussis (whooping cough)
Tuberculosis
Bacterial pneumonias
H. influenzae pneumonia
caused by Bordetella pertussis. Virulent strains have capsule…
caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Communicable
pneumococcal pneumonia, caused by S. pneumoniae. Involves bot…
Gram negative, coccobacillus to differentiate from S. pneumon…
Pertussis (whooping cough)
caused by Bordetella pertussis. Virulent strains have capsule…
Tuberculosis
caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Communicable
41 terms
Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
What were the diseases of the lower re…
How is the whopping cough diagnosed?
What is the causative agent of whoopin…
What are the signs & symptoms of whoop…
★ whooping cough... ★ tuberculosis (TB)... ★ bacterial pneumonia... ★…
Through nose or throat culture for Bordetella pertussis
★ CAUSATIVE AGENT: Bordetella pertussis... ★ TRANSMISSION: inha…
★ CATARRHAL STAGE: malaise, low grade fever, persistent cough…
What were the diseases of the lower re…
★ whooping cough... ★ tuberculosis (TB)... ★ bacterial pneumonia... ★…
How is the whopping cough diagnosed?
Through nose or throat culture for Bordetella pertussis
56 terms
Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System
What are the components of the lower r…
What is Pneumonia?
What are the typical symptoms of pneum…
What is the most serious and most freq…
Larynx... Trachea... Bronchi & Bronchioles... Alveoli... Pleurae... Diaphrag…
Lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and bro…
Fever, chills, cough, chest pain
Bacterial pneumonias
What are the components of the lower r…
Larynx... Trachea... Bronchi & Bronchioles... Alveoli... Pleurae... Diaphrag…
What is Pneumonia?
Lung inflammation accompanied by fluid-filled alveoli and bro…
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