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Where is enterobacteriaaceae located?
In the gut (also in the soil)
What is coliform and noncoliform?
- Coliform can break down lactose
- Noncoliform can not break down lactose
Coliform or noncoliform?
Anaerobic or aerobic?
Where is it most commonly found?
- Faculative aerobic
- Found in the large intestine
What is Enteroinvasive E. coli and what does it do?
- EHEC (Enterohemorragic E. coli) (Heinz 57)
- Destroys colon and kidneys
What is the leading cause of death in infants in the world?
What causes traveler's diarrhea (montezuma's revenge)?
70% is caused by E. coli in the water
What percent of Urinary tract infections are caused by E. coli?
Are citrobacter and Seratia pathogenic or non pathogenic?
What takes very few to make you sick and is highly viralic?
Coliform and noncoliform?
- All over the place, drinking bad water
- Stomach pains and high fever after a few days
- Temporary Vaccine
What caused the 1985 epidemic?
Salmonella in contaminated milk
What causes salmonella food poisoning and what are the symptoms?
- Raw eggs (1 in 3 chickens have it)
- Diarrhea, vomiting, GI upset
Coliform or Noncoliform?
- Eastern Hemisphere
- Causes dysentery (abdominal pain and bloody, mucous diarrhea)
Leads to what?
- Africa and India during monsoon
- Animals (fleas)
- Lymph node biopsy
Type B causes what?
- Epiglotitis (closes airway)
- HIB Immunization
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