Bact E2, III

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Bact E2, III
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Bact E2, III (Staph)
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  1. Virulence Factors of S aureus and S intermedius:
    • Coagulase
    • Leukocidin
    • Hemolysin
  2. In Cattle/goats/sheep, Staph causes:
    • Mastitis
    • Tick pyemia (lambs)
  3. In Swine, Staph causes:
    • Exudative Dermatitis/Greasy Pig Dz
    • Mastitis
  4. In Dogs, Staph causes:
    • Otitis Externa
    • UTI
    • Skin
    • Vaginal Infections
  5. In cats, Staph causes:
    2' Skin infection
  6. In Poultry, , Staph causes:
    • Bumble Foot
    • Arthritis
  7. In birds, Staph causes:
    Diarrhea
  8. Appearance of a S intermedius dermatitis in dogs
    • Erythematous, papular pyoderma
    • interdigital Sinus
  9. S ____ is a significant cause of bovine mastitis
    aureus
  10. S _____ is associated with dogs
    intermedius
  11. In dogs, S intermedius causes:
    • Pyoderma
    • otitis
    • UTI
    • Eye Infections
  12. Skin commensal species of Staph:
    • S. intermedius
    • S. Epidermis
  13. S ____ is occasionally a cause for skin infections in cats
    epidermidis
  14. S ____ causes Exudative Epidermitis
    Hyicus (Greasy Pig Dz)
  15. Spp of Staph that yield double zone hemolysis
    • S aureus
    • S intermedius
  16. What can be used to treat chronic Staph infections?
    Bacterins
  17. Abx for Staph
    • Pen (sens test first)
    • Clavamox
    • Cephalosporins
  18. Abx for mastitis caused by Staph
    Cloxacillin
  19. Forms of Mastitis:
    • Peracute
    • Acute
    • Subacute
    • chronic
    • subclinical
  20. Symptoms of peracute mastitis:
    • Fever
    • Depression
    • Anorexia
    • Recumbency
    • Inc HR
  21. Dx of mastitis:
    • Culture
    • Somatic Cell Count
    • California Mastitis test
  22. Prevention of mastitis:
    Antimicrobial Susceptibility Tests
  23. How is mastitis prevented?
    • Hygiene
    • Dry-Cow-Therapy
    • SCC monitoring program (somatic cell count)
    • Culling
  24. What is required to determine treatment of Staph?
    Antimicrobial Susceptibility Tests
  25. What does S intermedius cause in dogs?
    • Pyoderma
    • Otitis Externa
  26. Drug options for S intermedius
    • Clavamox
    • Cephalosporins
    • Enrofloxacin
    • Pen
  27. Staph hyicus is a comensal of:
    • Skin
    • Vagina
    • Prepuce
  28. Clinical Signs of Grest Pig Dz (7):
    • 1-6 wks of age
    • Excessive sebacious secretions
    • exfoliation
    • greasy exudation on skin
    • non pruritic dermatitis
    • anorexia
    • dehydration
  29. Tx for Greasy Pig Dz:
    • TMS
    • Topical Antiseptics (Cetrimide)
    • Fluids

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