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Gram +, catalase +, coagulase + S. Aureus
Gram +, catalase +, coagulase - Staph epidermidis ( nobo sensitive) Staph Saprophyticus (nobo resistant)
Gram +, catalase -, partial hemolysis alpha No capsule, optochin resistance ( viridians- strep Sanguinis, mutans.) Capsule, optochin sensitive ( strep pneumoniae)
Gram +, catalase -, complete hemolysis beta Bacitracin sensitive- strep Pyogenes( pyogenic, toxigenic, inmunologic) Bacitracin resistance- strep Agalactiae (B- babies) Hippurate +
Gram +, catalase -, no hemolysis y. Enterococcus ( E. Fecalis, E. Faecium) Non- enterococcus ( S. Bovis - in the blood=cancer in colon)
Gram +, bacillus( Rod) , anaerobe, Clostridium Tetani ( exotoxin) tetanospasmin Botulinum ( toxin inhibit ACh) flaccid paralysis( babies) Perfringes ( alpha toxin) gas gangrene, hemolysis Difficile ( toxin A, B)
Gram +, bacillus, aerobe Anthrax
Gram +, rocket tails Listeria Monocyt, ingestion of unpasteuricied products
Gram +, rod, grayish white membrane Corynebacterium Diphteriae, toxoid vaccine
Gram +, branching filaments, anaerobe, not acid fast actinomyces
Gram +, branching filaments, aerobe, acid fast nocardia ( sulfa)
Created by: imacalla