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Urinary Tract Infections enterics: eserichia coli, proteus, pseudomonas, klebsiella, staphs
urethra normal microbiota lactobacillus, coagulase negative staphs like staph epi, streptococcus, mycobacterium
Staphylococcus Toxic Shock Syndrome staph aureus
Bacterial Vaginosis Gardnerella vaginalis(+), Mycoplasma hominis
Candidiasis candida albicans
Gonorrhea neisseria gonorrheae(-)
Syphilis treponema pallidum (spirochete)
Chlamydia chlamydia trachomatis
genital herpes herpes simplex virus (type 2)
genital warts human papillomavirus (40 varieties)
aquired immunodeficiency syndrome human immunodeficiency virus
trichomoniasis trichomonas vaginalis (protozoan)
nose normal microbiota haemophilus influenzae, moraxella catarrhalis, s aureus, diptheroids
pharynx normal microbiota (-) cocci, diptheroids, staphs, alpha hemolytic streps like s pneumoniae
scarlet fever strep strain
necrotizing fasciitis s pyogenes
diptheria corynebacterium diptheriae
common cold coryza 115 rhinoviruses, 30 adenoviruses, coronaviruses, reoviruses, paramyxoviruses
pneumococcal pneumonias s pneumoniae
primary atypical (mycobacterial) pneumonia mycoplasma pneumoniae
Klebsiella pneumonia klebsiella pneumoneiae
legionellosis legionella pneumophila
tuberculosis mycobacterium tuberculosis
pertussis whooping cough bordatella pertussis
anthrax bacillus anthracis
influenza orthomyxoviruses type A, B
severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus
respiratory syncital virus infection Pneumovirus paramyovirus
other bacterial pneumonias hemophilus influenzae, s aureus
bubonic plague pneumonic plague yersinia pestis
ornithosis chlamydia psittaci
bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis chlamydia pneumoniae
Created by: kelseyd333