Q4 Microbiology

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  1. Lactobacillus
    Where is it found?
    What is it's shape?
    Spore or Non-spore?
    Gram Positive or Negative?
    Regular or Irregular?
    • Normal Flora
    • Rod
    • Non-spore
    • Gram Positive
    • Regular
  2. Listeria monocytogenes
    Location?
    What causes it?
    Diagnosis?
    Treatment?
    Prevention?
    Irregular or Regular?
    • Everywhere (milk, water, soil)
    • Listeriosis- drinking bad milk
    • History
    • It will pass on its own
    • Don't drink bad milk
    • Regular
  3. Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
    Who is likely to get it?
    Form of entry?
    Treatment?
    Prevention?
    Irregular or regular?
    • Someone who works with wool
    • Gets into skin through cuts
    • Penicillin
    • Gloves
    • Regular
  4. Corynebacterium Diphtheria
    Gram positive or negative?
    Regular or irregular?
    Transmission?
    Symptoms?
    Toxemia?
    Treatment?
    Prevention?
    • Positive
    • Irregular
    • Droplets
    • Inflamed Nasopharyx, fever, sore throat *Grey film on throat
    • Enters Blood stream and attacks kidneys and heart, causing total shut down
    • Penicillin if early enough, Antitoxin (dat)
    • DPT vaccine
  5. Mycobacteria (tuberculosis and Liprae)
    Acid fast or not?
    Shape?
    Anaerobic or aerobic?
    • Acid Fast
    • Bacilli
    • Aerobic (very strict)
  6. Mycobacterium tuberculosis
    Transmission?
    How many cells to infect?
    Primary causes?
    Secondary causes?
    Extra pulmonary death percent?
    How do you test for?
    Treatment?
    • Droplet
    • > or = 10 cells
    • Calcifies in the right upper lobe of lungs
    • Breaks free from wall in lung and gets into entire body
    • 50% mortality
    • Skin test (PPD), Chest X-ray, Acid Fast Test
    • Antibiotics over 2 years
  7. Mycobacterium liprae
    Self sustaining or parasitic?
    Where does in infect?
    Transmission?
    Incubation period?
    What is the least and most severe?
    How do you test for it?
    Treatment?
    Prevention?
    • Parasitic
    • Skin and nerves
    • Unknown
    • 2-5 years
    • Least- Tuberculoid, Most-Lepromatous
    • Feather test and acid fast test
    • Rifampin for 2 years
    • WHO is working on a vaccine, but it isn't developed yet

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