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Staph Aureus
Skin diseases
Toxic Shock Syndrome
S. aureus food poisoning
Wound
Osteomyelitis
Pneumonia
s. epidermidis
SBE in prosthetic heart valve
prostethic surgical infections
bacteremia


methicillin
Staph saprophytes
UTI in young females; methicillin
Strep virians
SBE

penicillin
Strep pneumo
SOMP
Septicemia
Otitis media
Meningitis
Pneumonia


Penicillin
Strep A
Scarlet fever, strep throat, erisipylas, impetigo, wound infections, TSS-like syndrome, necrotizing faccitis
STrep B
Neonatal
-meningitis
-respitory syndrome
-bacteremia

penicillin
Enterococcus
-UTI
-bacteremia
-wound

RESIST penicillin;
use VANCOMYCIN/AMPICILLIN
N. gonorrhoeae
Gonorrhea
PID, acute glomerulneph, arthritis
Neonatal opthalmia
Gonoccal pharyngitis

Ceftriaxone and Ciprofloxacin
Neisseria meningitis
Meningitis


Chloramphenical
Saprophytic Neisserias
opportunists
Moraxella
SOMP
Septicemia
otitis media
meningitis
pneumonia

B-lactamase; Erythromycin
Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Diphtheria


erythromycin
Diphtheroids
opportunistic; SBE, bacteremia

Vancomycin
Corynebacterium urealyticum
encrusted cystitis


Vancomycin
Listeria monocytogenes
-Neonatal meningitis
-Bacteremia


Amoxacillin/Aminoglycosides
Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
Erisypelas in vets
Bacillus anthracis
Anthrax

Ciprafloxacin
B. cereus
Diarrhetic/emetic food poisoning


Ciprafloxacin
Haemophilus influenzae
SOPE
Septicemia
Otitis media
Pneumonia
Epiglottitis

B-lactamase; Ampicillin/chloramphenicol
Other haemophilus species
SBE/pneumonia in susceptible people.
H. ducreyi
chancroid
Bordatella pertussis
Whooping cough
Bordatella parapertussis
respiratory infection
Bordatella bronchiseptica
respiratory infection, wound infections
treat all bordatellas with
erythromycin
Vibrio cholerae
Cholera

Erythromycin
Vibrio parahemolyticus
Shellfish food poisning


erythromycin
Vibrio vulnificus
wound infections from seawater
Campylobacter jejuni
enteritis
H. pylori
Gastric ulcers

Bismuth sulfate, Ampicillin
Aeromonas
diahhrea from seawater
Pleisiomonas shigelloides
diarrhea from seawater
Pasteurella multocida
Animal bite wounds


penicillin
Francisella tularensis
Tularemia - febrile disease
Brucella
brucellosis - undulant fever

Rifampin