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Skin
What makes it as defens mechanism?
What bacteria cause infection if this defens is lost?
1
Mucous membrane
What makes it as defens mechanism?
What bacteria cause infection if this defens is lost?
2
respiratory tract and GIT
3
Sings of inflamation
4
What is responcible for increase in capillary permeability
5
Stages of pyogenic inflamation responce
Important cells and molecules
6
Stages if granulomatous inflamation responce
Important cells and molecules
7
Stages of phagotysis
8
9
9
10
10
Innate defenses
11
Acquired defenses
12
Pyogenic response to bacteria
13
Granulomatous response on bacteria
14
Defensines
15
Histamine,
Prostagladins
Leukotriens
16
Bradykin
17
Tumor Necrosis factor
Interleukin 1
18
Acute-phase response proteins

C-reactive protein
Mannose-binding protein
Lypopolysaccharide-binding protein
Interleukin-6
19
Chemokins
20
Pagocytosis

STEPS
21
Selectin

Integrin
22
Diapedesis
23
Opsonization
24
Respiratory burst
25
HOW DOES KILLING OF ORGANISM HAPPEN?
Stages, components
Oxygen-dependent mechanisms
Oxygen-independent mechanisms
26
How doe MACROPHAGES KILL BACTERIA?
Steps
27
MECHANISMS OF FEVER
28
PASSIVE ACQUIRED IMMUNITY
What is it?
Properties?
29
Active acquired immunity

What is it?
Properties?
30
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Blood
31
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Bordet-Gengou
32
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Charcoal-yeast extract
33
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Chocolate
Chocolate +X and V factors
34
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Egg yolk
35
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Eosin-methylene blue
36
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Lowenstein-Jensen
37
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

MacConkey
38
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Tellurite
39
BACTERIOLOGIC AGAR

Thayer-Martin
40
Triple sugar Iron agar
41
BLOOD CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
42
THROAT CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
43
SPUTUM CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
44
SPINAL FLUID CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
45
STOOL CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
46
URINE CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
47
GENITAL TRACT CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
48
WOUND AND ABSCESS CULTURES

When do we order these analysis?
For which bacteria?
49
IMMUNOLOGIC METHODS

Capsular Swelling (Quellung) Reaction
50
Immunologic Methods


Slide Agglutination Test
51
Immunologic Methods


Latex Agglutination Test
52
Immunologic Methods


Counterimmunoelectrophoresis Test
53
Immunologic Methods


Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay
54
Immunologic Methods
Immunologic Methods

Fluorescent Antibody Tests
55
Slide or Tube Agglutination Test
56
Serologic Tests for Syphilis
57
Cold Agglutinin Test
58
Nucleic Acid–Based Methods

PCR (polymerase chain reaction)
59
Nucleic Acid–Based Methods

nucleic acid probes, and nucleic acid sequence analysis
60