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Micro Bacteria

QuestionAnswer
Treponema pallidum -Syphilis -gram negative spiral
Borrelia burgdorferi -Tick borne Lyme disease -gram negative spiral borrelia
Helicobacter pylori -Ulcers -gram negative spiral
Campylobacter jejuni -Enteritis -gram negative spiral
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa -Wound, burn, UTI -gram negative rod
Legionella pneumophilia -Pneumonia (legionnaire’s disease) -gram negative rod
Neisseria pneumophila -Meningitis -gram negative Rod
Neisseria meningitidis -Meningitis -Gram nega diplococci
Neisseria gonorrhea -Gonorrhea -gram negative
Bordetella pertusis -Pertussis (whooping cough) -gram negative coccobacilli
Escherichia coli -UTI, opportunistic infections -gram negative rods
Shigella dysenteriae -Dysentery -gram negative rods
Salmonella -Food poisoning -gram negative rod
Proteus -UTI -gram negative rods
Yersinia pestis -Bubonic plague -gram negative rods
Vibrio cholerae -Cholera -gram negative vibroid
Haemophilus influenzae -Meningitis, other pediatric diseases (ear infections=otitis media) -gram negative vibroid
Rickettsia rickettsii -Rocky Mountain spotted fever -gram negative unique
Chlamydia -chlamydia -gram positive
Mycoplasma pneumoniae -Primary atypical pneumonia (walking pneumonia) -no gram stain
Staphylococcus aureus -suppurative abscesses (MRSA, TSS, etc) -gram positive cocci
Streptococcus pyogene -pharyngitis, skin infections, acute rheumatic fever -complete hemolysis on blood agar -gram positive cocci
Streptococcus agalactiae -neonatal meningitis, childbed fever -gram positive cocci
Streptococcus pneumoniae -lobar pneumonia, meningitis -gram positive cocci
Bacillus anthracis -Anthrax -gram positive
Clostridium botulinum -botulism -gram positive neurotoxin
Clostridium perfringens -gas gangrene, enteritis -gram positive
Clostridium tetani -tetanus, lock jaw -gram positive anaerobic
Clostridium difficile -pseudomembraneous colitis -gram positive
Corynebacterium diphtheriae -diphtheria -gram positive rod
Created by: aleahgoodson
 

 



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