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Salmonella

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Which one of the following is NOT a condition associated with Salmonella? A. Typhoid fever B. Peptic ulcer disease C. Gastroenteritis D. Bacteremia B. Peptic ulcer disease
The presence of the _______________________ of Salmonella _________ can sometimes inhibit agglutination with Group specific antisera. capsular antigen (vi antigen), typhi
How do you accurately serotype Salmonella if agglutination with individual Group specific antisera does not occur after a reaction occurred in the "A-E, vi" antisera? Boil the organism in saline for 15-20 minutes to remove capsular antigen and retype with antisera
What is most positive during the first week of Typhoid Fever? What is most positive during the third week? 1st week: 89% of blood cultures (bacteremia) 3rd week: 90% of stool cultures
Extraintestinal isolates of Salmonella should be tested for resistance to ______________________ because it can predict resistance or susceptibility to the _____________________. Nalidixic acid, fluoroquinolones
Salmonella is differentiated from Arizona by ___________________________. Salmonella is _________________ (pos/neg) and Arizona is __________________ (pos/neg). malonate fermentation, negative, positive
In cases where antibiotic treatment is required, what are the drugs of choice for Salmonella treatment? Chloramphenicol, ampicillin and Septra (SXT)