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Bact: Staph


How does S. Aureus avoid Penicillin Penicillinase and transpeptidase of the PBP
how does S. Aureus tunnel Lipase and Protease
who is more deadly with TSS Staph or Strep Staph
what are the diseases caused by toxin gastroenteritis, TSS, Scalded skin
what are the diseases caused by Invasino pneumonia, Meningitis, osteomyelitis, endocarditis (acute), septic arthritis, skin infection
who are particularly susceptible to staph those with PMNs and C3 deficiency
Ox requirement facultative anaerobe
how hardy is staph very can survive high salt etc
Treat staph? pneicillin (resistant), methacillin, vancomycin
Created by: jmuame03