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New FA Micro 10

UTI in ambulatory patients e. coli (50-80%), klebsiella (8-10%)
second most common cause of UTI in young ambulatory women staph saprophyticus
cause of UTI in hospital? e. coli, proteus, klebsiella, serratia, pseudomonas
UTI - colonies show metallic sheen on EMB agar e. coli
UTI - large mucoid capsule and viscous colonies klebsiella
UTI - swarming on agar (motility); produces urease proteus
vaginitis, strawberry-colored mucosa trichomonas vaginalis
noninflammatory, malodorous discharge; positive whiff test; clue cells gardnerella vaginalis
risk factor: newborn nursery CMV, RSV
risk factor: urinary catheterization e. coli, proteus
risk factor: respiratory therapy equipment pseudomonas aeruginosa
risk factor: work in renal dialysis unit HBV
risk factor: hyperalimentation candida albicans
risk factor: water aerosols legionella
infections dangerous in pregnancy "ToRCHeS": toxoplasma, rubella, CMV, HSV/HIV, syphilis
traumatic open wound c. perfringens
surgical wound staph aureus
sepsis/meningitis in newborn group B strep
neutrophils in CSF? bacterial meningitis
normal protein and sugar in meningitis? viral
Created by: Asclepius