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Staphyloccus info
pyogenic

dry, inanimate objects

hospital acq/nocosomial infec
Staphylococcus causes...
abscesses

food poisoning

osteomyelitis

endocarditis

toxin disease

systemic
Staph aureus normal flora of
skin
nasal pharynx
urethra
eye
Staph aureus virulence factors - general
surface components

enzymes

toxins
Staph aureus virulence factors

specific
surface
CAPSULE
PROTEIN A

enzymes
CATALASE
COAGULASE
BETA LACTAMASE

toxins
ENTEROTOXIN
EXFOLIATIN
TSST
LEUKOCIDIN
HEMOLYSIN
staph aureus lab diagnosis
COAGULASE +

BETA HEMOLYTIC-golden colony

grown on 7.5% NaCl Mannitol (ferments mannitol)
staph aureus
immune mediated clearance
opsonizing IgG
better phago
Staph epidermis
coagulase -

non-hemolytic

normal flora skin, nose, throat

POLYSACC SLIME - virulence factor

infection of prosth devices -
prosthetic valve endocarditis
Streptococcus cause
pharyngitis

otitis media

meningitis

pneumonia

sepsis
streptococcus normal flora
skin

URT

GI

urogen tract
Group A strep
pyogens
group b strep
agalactiae
group d strep
bovis
strep pyogens causes
pharyngitis

scarlet fever
strep agalactiae causes
neonatal sepsis

meningitis
strep bovis causes
endocarditis

bacteremia
viridans
s. mutans
s.sanguis
s.salivarius
viridans
endocarditis
s.pneumonia causes
pneumonia

meningitis

otitis media
enterococcus
type of streptococcus

enterococcus faecalis/faecium:

infective endocarditis

UTI

bacteremia

meningitis
strep

alpha hemolysis
viridans
pneumonia
strep

beta hemolys
pyogenes
agalactiae
strep

gamma hemolysis
bovis
enterococcus
UV radiation
basal cell carcinoma

squamos cell carcinoma

melanoma
Ionizing radiation
acute leukemia

chronic myelogenous leukemia

thyroid carcinoma
Irreversible cell damage
1) irreversible mito dysfunction

2) irreversible PM damage

3) release of lysosomal enzymes

4) Ca influx
Reversible injusry effects
1 - cellular swelling

2- fatty change

3 - nuclear change (chromatin clumping)
liquefactive necrosis
bacterial infection

periphery of coagulative

BRAIN