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dominant flora:

skin
Staph. epidermidis
dominant flora:

nose
S. aureus
dominant flora:

oropharynx
viridans strep
dominant flora:

colon
Bacteroides
most common cause of pneumonia:

6 weeks - 18 years
RSV
most common cause of pneumonia:

adults (18-40yr)
Mycoplasma pneumoniae
most common cause of pneumonia:

adults (40-65 year)
Strep. pneumoniae
most common cause of pneumonia:

elderly
Strep. pneumoniae
most common cause of meningitis:

newborn (0-6 months)
Group B streptocci (S. agalactiae)
most common cause of meningitis:

children (6 months - 6 years)
Strep. pneumoniae
most common cause of meningitis:

6 - 60 years
N. meningitidis
most common cause of meningitis:

60 years+
Strep. pneumoniae
causes brain abscesses in HIV patients
Toxoplasma gondii
CSF from fungal/TB meningitis:

cell type
protein
sugar
lymphocytes
↑ protein
↑ sugar
osteomyelitis:

diabetics
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
osteomyelitis:

drug users
Pseudomonas aeurginosa
osteomyelitis:

vertebral column
M. tuberculosis

(Pott's disease)
suprapubic pain is a sign of
UTI
CVA tenderness is a sign of
pyelonephritis
shows metallic sheen on EMB agar
E. coli
demonstrates large mucoid capsule and viscous colonies
Klebsiella
demonstrates swarming motility on agar
Proteus
condylomata lata seen in
secondary syphilis
conjunctivitis and Reiter's syndrome seen in
Chlamydial infections (serovars D through K)
rectal strictures seen in
LGV (serovars L1, L2, and L3)
strawberry-colored mucosa of cervix seen in
Trichomonas vaginalis
inguinal adenopathy seen in
Haemophilus ducreyi
#1 cause of PID
Chlamydia trachomatis
Chlamydia trachomatis:

acute or subacute signs/symptoms

readily diagnosed?
subacute

no
N. gonorrhoeae:

acute or subacute signs/symptoms

readily diagnosed?
acute

yes
nosocomial infections:

newborn nursery (2)
CMV
RSV
nosocomial infections:

urinary catheterization (2)
E.coli
Proteus
nosocomial infections:

work in renal dialysis unit
HBV
nosocomial infections:

hyperalimentation
Candida albicans
pus
empyema
abscess
S. aureus
pediatric infection
H. influenzae
branching rods in oral infection
Actinomyces israelii
surgical wound
S. aureus
dog or cate bite
Pasteurella multocida
sepis/meningitis in newborn
group B strep (S. agalactiae)