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name three gram positive, catalase positive cocci
staphylococcus aureus, staphylococcus epidermidis, staphylococcus saprophyticus
name two gram positive, catalase negative, hemolytic alpha cocci
streptococcus pneumonia, streptococcus mutans
name three gram positive, catalase negative, hemolytic beta cocci
strep. pyogenes, strep. agalacties, strep. enterococcus
name two gram positive, catalase negative, hemolytic gamma cocci
strep. peptostrep, strep enterococcus
name three gram positive rods
- clostridium (lives in gut, activates after taking antibiotics for long time)
- corinobacterium (throat)
- listeria (neo-natal meningitis)
- bacillus cereus (comes from oat, rice cereal)
name two gram neg. cocci
- neisseria meningitis
- gonorrhoeae
name three gram neg. rods
- h. influenzae
- pasteurella (milk)
- bordetella pertus (whooping cough)
name three gram neg. rods that are lactose fermenting
- e. coli (normal in gi gut)
- enterobacter
- klebsiella (causes pneumonia, alcoholic aspirating abscess AAA)
name four gram neg. rods that are non-lactose fermenting
- shigella (gi tract)
- salmonella (gi tract)
- proteus
- pseudomona