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Normal Mouth Flora

What are the two pathogens associated with the throat? Streptococcus pyogenes and Arcanobacterium haemolyticum
How is A. haemolyticum recognized? Gram stain: gram positive diptheroid like rods, resembles beta strep on solid agar. If the gam positive rods are seen, then a commercial kit is used. This is routinely looked for on all patients less than 30.
What is necessary to call "presumptive" Neisseria gonorrhea? 1) Growth on Thayer-Martin 2) Oxidase positive 3) Gram negative diplococci on gram stain 4) From a normal sexual site (vaginal, urethral) 5) Age is 12 years or older
How is N. gonorrhea confirmed? 1) Gonogen II 2) API QUAD Ferm + 3) Rapid NH 4) Individual Sugars Test (Glucose = Gonorrhea, Maltose = meningitids)
What is in a Modified Thayer Martin agar plate? 1) Vancomycin 2) Colistin 3) Nystatin 4) Trimethoprim Lactate