Qtr 4 Micro Gram Positive Coccus

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Qtr 4 Micro Gram Positive Coccus
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2013-08-14 23:05:39
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staph strep neisseria
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  1. Coagulase and catalase positive
    Staphylococci aureus
  2. Vomiting, non-bloody diarrhea, scalded skin, wound infection
    Staphylococci aureus
  3. MRSA, Enterotoxin, Toxic shock syndrome, exfoliate
    S. aureus
  4. sepsis in neonates, peritonitis, part of normal flora, hospitals are main transmission
    Staphylococci Epidermidis
  5. 2nd most common cause of UTI
    Staphylococci saprophyticus
  6. What are the three staphylococci of med importance?
    • Aureus
    • epidermidis
    • saprophyticus
  7. Group A, Beta-hemolytic, most common cause of pharyngitis and cellulitis
    streptococcus pyogens
  8. associated with rheumatic fever and acute glumerulonephritis
    streptococcus pyogens
  9. what streptococci produces catalase
    none
  10. neonatal meningitis, septicemia
    Streptococcus Agalactiae
  11. Normal flora of pharynx
    sub acute endocarditis
    Dental caries
    streptococcus viridans
  12. gram neg diplococci neonatal conjunctivitis
    neisseria gonorrhea
  13. gram neg ball shaped neisseria
    neisseria meningitidis

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