NAME THAT RASH AND LABORATORY TESTING FOR VACCINE PREVENTABLE DISEASES. 6/11/2014 2 QUESTION #1 A) Measles B) Chickenpox C) Scarlet Fever Caused by Staphylococci bacteria. IMPETIGO RASH. 6/11/2014 7 QUESTION #6 A) Measles B) Chickenpox C) Impetigo

Cellulitis falls into a continuum of skin infections including impetigo, folliculitis, carbuncles, symptoms and eradication of bacteria, from wounds skin infections and prevention of reoccurrence, (generic name): cephalexin 1st line Poisons schedule: schedule 4

From other microbes that are part of the normal flora and second, acne, impetigo, osteomyelitis, cystitis, pyelonephritis generally avirulent, The name Corynebacterium comes from the Greek word for club, koryne.

Derek Leale . Streptococcus Pyogenes . Dr. LeFebvre . COSMOS 2008 . name a few. Each of these Impetigo) If the bacteria become inoculated into the deeper skin/muscle tissues, another disease known as cellulitis may present itself.

TAXONOMY OF BACTERIA TAXONOMY Taxonomic classification based on: gram staining gram positive hence the name Lactobacillus also causes impetigo, cellulitis, scarlet fever and erysipelas S. pneumoniae causes pneumonia,

Earned this microorganism the name of “flesh eating bacteria. ” (7,3) Necrotizing Fasciitis: When Streptococcus pyogenes Other complications of these bacteria include impetigo, cellulitis, and necrotizing fasciitis, all of which take hold in some sort of skin

Microbial Diseases of the Skin and Eyes including microbes, hence the name mucous membrane (mucosa).Other cells are ciliated, functioning Impetigo of the newbornis troublesome in hospital nurseries, and prevention of this staphylococ-

Common name/ scientific name Helpful Harmful Virus Bacteria Transmission or vector (including incubation time) Symptoms if harmful/benefits if helpful Cure/Treat-ment? Causes impetigo (blisters and red scabby skin) and abscesses of skin and other organs.

Name of Disease. What microorganism causes disease (bacteria, fungi, protozoan Bacteria, acid, food debris, and saliva combine in the mouth to form a sticky substance called plaque that adheres to the teeth. Impetigo may itch and can be spread by scratching.

Impetigo is VERY contagious Children diagnosed with impetigo should be instructed to stay home from daycare/school for 24 Test your knowledge Test Your Knowledge Test your knowledge Infections of the skin Caused by bacteria Bacterial Infections – Name a few (see page 767 in textbook

Impetigo is an infection caused by bacteria that gets into the skin. The infection causes red bumps that can have thick, golden-yellow pus released from them that dries, NAME, TITLE. Author: Jennifer Pildner Created Date: 02/28/2014 06:45:00

Staphylococcus Genus flora widespread over the body surface. They are also important pathogens. Some of the most common diseases caused by Staphylococcus species include: impetigo, toxic shock The table below indicates the results or our strains of bacteria and how they respond

Bite, impetigo or as a harmless pimple. Look for disproportionately greater pain compared to the size of the affected area to help differentiate MRSA from lesser concerns. bacteria friendly environment (smell them), and slightly

INFORMATION SHEET: Skin Infections Ringworm affects both humans and animals. Ringworm gets its name from the circular, raised pattern the infection forms on the skin. Streptococcus bacteria. Impetigo is easily spread and contagious and occurs more commonly

Skin and Soft-Tissue Infections. IMPETIGO, ABSCESSES, CELLULITIS, AND ERYSIPELA. Objectives. Describe the anatomical structure of skin and soft tissues. Name bacteria commonly involved in skin and soft tissue infections.

impetigo, sss, folliculitis, food poisoning, •Virulence factors include various adhesins, toxins, and a polysaccharide capsule •Conditions name – tinea –Scalp (tinea capitis) –Beard (tinea barbae) –Body (tinea corporis)

TAXONOMY OF BACTERIA TAXONOMY Taxonomic classification based on: gram staining gram positive hence the name Lactobacillus also causes impetigo, cellulitis, scarlet fever and erysipelas S. pneumoniae causes pneumonia,

NAME: _____ DATE: _____ Background Information Scarlet fever Vibrio cholerae Cholera Streptococcus pyogenes Impetigo Borrelia burgdorferi Lyme disease Peptic ulcers Helicobacter pylori Bubonic plague Bacteria Wanted Poster Research Project Author: BCSC Last modified by:

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