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gram +, cocci clusters, catalase positive test
Gram +, coagulase + staph (clusters, catalase +) bacteria?
s. aureus
Gram +, cocci chains, catalase negative test
Gram +, coagulase - staph bacteria?
s. epidermidis
s. hemolyticus
s. saprophyticus
Gram +, hemolysis alpha (partial) bacteria?
s. pneumoniae (diplococci pairs)
Gram +, hemolysis beta (complete) bacteria?
Groups A, B, C
Group A in strep hemolysis beta
s. pyogenes
Association: ETOH
INFXNs: pharyngitis, TSS, myositis, scarlet and rheumatic fever, glomerulonephritis
which strep beta hemolysis group?
Group A- s. pyogenes
Group B in strep hemolysis beta
s. agalactiae
Association: Babies, DM
INFXNs: neonatal meningitis, PNA, sepsis
which strep group beta hemolysis group?
Group B- s. agalactiae
Group C strep hemolysis beta
s. equisimilis
s. equi
s. zooepidemicus
Association: NF oropharyngeal, vaginal, rectum
INFXNs: pharyngitis, epiglottis, sinusitis, bacteremia, SST
which strep hemolysis beta group?
Group C- s. equisimilis, equi, zooepidemicus
Viridans and s. pneumoniae are part of which strep hemolysis group
alpha (partial hemolysis)
Gamma (non hemolysis) strep contains which group, also known as what?
Group D, enterococci
oropharynx, GI, gingival crevices
viridans, alpha hemolysis strep
upper airways, extreme ages, deficient pulmonary clearance
s. pneumoniae, alpha hemolysis strep, diplococci
gram positive bacilli split into two groups
anaerobic and aerobic
actinomyces, bifidobacterium, propionibacterium
anaerobic gram positive bacilli
lactobacillus spp, listeria monocytogenes, corynebacterium spp.
aerobic gram positive bacilli
clostridium spp and bacillus spp.
sporeforming anaerobic/aerobic gram positive bacilli
gram negative bacilli are known as
in gram negative bacilli, undergo ______ fermentation (+) to enterobacteriacea and then split into _______ fermentation (- or +)
glucose, lactose
citrobacter spp, enterobacter spp, escherichia coli, klebsiella spp
gram negative, lactose + fermentation enterobacteriacea
morganella morganii, providencia spp, proteus spp, samonella spp, shigella spp, yersina spp, serratia spp
gram negative, lactose - fermentation enterobacteriacea
glucose fermentation in gram negative bacilli is split into two groups
oxidase + and oxidase -
pseudomonas aeruginosa, flavobacterium spp, alcaligenes spp
oxidase + glucose fermentation gram negative bacilli
stenotrophomonas maltophilia, burkholderia cepacia, acinetobacter spp
oxidase - glucose fermentation gram negative bacilli
gram negative cocci are split into two groups
coccobacilli and diplococci
haemophilus influenzae, bordetella pertussis, pasteurella spp, brucella spp
coccobacilli gram negative cocci
moraxella catarrhalis, neisseria spp
diplococci gram negative cocci
peptococcus, peptostreptococcus, clostridium spp
gram + anaerobic bacteria
bacteroides spp, fusobacterium spp, prevoltella spp
gram - anaerobic bacteria