Gram Positive and Gram Negative Pathogens
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What are the 2 shapes for Gram + pathogens?
What are the most common Gram + bacilli?
What are the names of the 2 Gram + cocci?
Which cocci is catalase +?
Which cocci is catalase -?
What is the staphylococci that is coagulase +?
What are the staphylococci that is coagulase -?
- S. epidermis
- S. saprophyticus
What are the 3 types of Streptococcus?
- beta-hemolytic (clear)
- y - hemolytic
- alpha - hemolytic (green)
What are the shapes of Gram - pathogens?
What are some examples of coccobacilli
- H. influenzae
- B. pertussis
- Brucella spp
- F. tularensis
- P. multocida
- L. pneumopilia
If the Gram - cocci are glucose & maltose +, what pathogen is it?
If the Gram - cocci is glucose +, which pathogen is it?
Gram - cocci are also known as
Gram - bacilli, which are lactose + can be
- fast fermenter
- slow fermenter
Examples of a Gram - bacilli, lactose +, fast fermenters include
- E. coli
Examples of Gram - bacilli, lactose +, slow fermenter are
Gram - bacilli which are lactose - can be
- oxidase +
- oxidase -
- strict anaerobe
Examples of a Gram -, bacilli, lactose -, oxidase + include
Gram - bacilli, lactose -, oxidase - can be
Examples of gram - bacilli, lactose -, oxidase - urease + include
Examples of gram - bacilli, lactose -, oxidase - urease - include
- Y. pestis
- Y. enterolytica
- C. jejuni
- S. dysenteriae
- Salmonella spp
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