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haemophilus influenza morphology
Gram-neg
bacilli

capsule may or may not be present
haemophilus influenza physiology

X factor?
V factor?
X= hemin
V= NADP
haemophilus influenza virulence factor
capsule (K antigen)
LPS
Clinical appearance
conjunctivitis
bilateral
purulent discharge
hyperemia
other infections of haemophilus influenza
pharyngitis
otitis media
meningitis
haemophilus influenza epidemilogy
humans only reservoir
commonly in nasopharnyx
important pathogen of young children
haemophilus influenza diagnosis
Gram stain
test for: b capsular antigen
LA
ELISA
haemophilus influenza treatment
MAIN TOPICAL

sodium sulfacetamide
gentamicin
erythromycin

Vaccine: Hib all children at age of 2 month
streptococcus pyogenes morphology
gram pos
possess fimbriae (M protein)
streptococcus pyogenes physiology
beta-hemolysis
complete lysis of RBC
streptococcus pyogenes Virulence factor
M protein
streptolysin O and S
pyrogenic exotoxin
spreading factor: hyaluronidase, DNAse and RNAse
streptococcus pyogenes other infections
pharyngitis
impetigo
otitis media
SCARLET FEVER
RHEUMATIC FEVER
streptococcus pyogenes diagnosis
direct antigen detection
LA
EIA
catalase negative
blood agar (beta-hemolysis)
streptococcus pyogenes treatment
sodium sulfacetamide
gentamicin
erythromicin
etc.
streptococcus pneumoniae morphology
gram pos
capsule
streptococcus pneumoniae virulence factor
capsule
pneumolysin: similiar to streptolysin O
streptococcus pneumoniae diagnosis
LA
DFA
alpha-hemolysis
streptococcus pneumoniae treatment
gatifloxacin opthalmic solution
staphylococcus aureus morphology
gram pos
colonies golden yellow color
staphylococcus aureus physiology
catalase pos
wide temperature range 6.5-46.0C
staphylococcus aureus extracellular enzyme
coagulase: clot plasma

significant only staphlycoccus to produce this
staphylococcus aureus toxins
hemolysins: lyses RBC
epidermolytic: scalded skin syn.
toxin shock syn. toxin (TSST-1)
Neisseria gonorrhea morphology
gram neg
cocci
Neisseria gonorrhea physiology
susceptible to adverse environmental conditions
Neisseria gonorrhea virulence factor
fimbriae
LPS
Neisseria gonorrhea clinical
something in your eye sensation
eye may be GLUED shut due to purulent discharge
keratitis
how does Neisseria gonorrhea infected neonats
opthalmia neonatorum
Neisseria gonorrhea diagnosis
DNA PROBE
LA
EIA