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19–1	Bacteria A.	 Classifying 	Prokaryotes 1.	Eubacteria 2.	Archaebacteria B.	 Identifying 	Prokaryotes 1.	Shapes 2.	Cel

19–1 Bacteria A. Classifying Prokaryotes 1. Eubacteria 2. Archaebacteria B. Identifying Prokaryotes 1. Shapes 2. Cel

Section 19-1 CHAPTER Summary D. Growth and Reproduction 1. Binary Fission 2. Conjugation 3. Spore Formation E. Importance of Bacteria 1. Decomposers 2. Nitrogen Fixers 3. Human Uses of Bacteria 19–1 Bacteria A. Classifying Prokaryotes 1. Eubacteria 2. Archaebacteria

By andrew
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BRONCHOSCOPY

BRONCHOSCOPY

BRONCHOSCOPY. Cori Daines, MD Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy and Immunology University of Arizona. BACKGROUND. Allows direct visualization of the airways Rigid and flexible instruments Clinical tool Airway anatomy Airway sampling Therapeutic Research tool. ORIGINS.

By Faraday
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Soil Microorganisms and Antibiotics

Soil Microorganisms and Antibiotics

Soil Microorganisms and Antibiotics. December 6, 2004 Kenice Frank, Allison Johnson, Ruben Krantz, Hannah Wilbur. Habitats: Water films Need water for metabolic processes On surface of organic matter Need surface on which to grow In rhizosphere. Competition

By oshin
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Clinical impression septic arthritis

Clinical impression septic arthritis

Patient Presents With Acute Increase In Pain +/- Swelling In One Or More Joints. G.P. History Examination. Inflammatory arthritis Crystal arthritis Haemarthrosis Trauma Bursitis/Cellulitis Treat as appropriate. No definite alternative diagnosis but could be septic.

By Rita
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Reactive Arthritis

Reactive Arthritis

Reactive Arthritis. Andres Quiceno, MD Rheumatology Division Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. Reactive Arthritis.

By jacob
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Oncological Emergencies

Oncological Emergencies

Oncological Emergencies. Dr. Gary Harding MD, FRCPC Medical Oncology Fellow CancerCare Manitoba. CASE 1…. Mr. SV. ID: 65 year old male with PMHx of CAD and emphysema EC: present to clinic with one week history of increasing SOB

By Samuel
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Laboratory 7 & 8 Bacteriology

Laboratory 7 & 8 Bacteriology

Laboratory 7 & 8 Bacteriology. Bacteria. Small Unicellular Organisms Can be grown in nutrient enriched environments (Agar, Broth) Standard Medias: Tryptic Soy Agar (TSA), Brain Heart Infusion (BHI), Tryptic Yeast Extract and Salt (TYES).

By oshin
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General Characters of Bacillus spp

General Characters of Bacillus spp

General Characters of Bacillus spp. Very large Gram positive bacilli ,Arranged in long chains Motile except B. anthracis Spore forming (outside the host) Capsulated (inside the host) Non Fastidious Facultative anaerobic Catalase positive It is found in soil habitats.

By Audrey
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Cell Structure

Cell Structure

Cell Structure. Chapter 5. Cell Theory. All organisms are composed of one or more cells. Cells are the smallest living units of all living organisms. Cells arise only by division of a previously existing cell. Cell Characteristics. Genetic material

By Rita
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Patient’s with problems of gas exchange Part two

Patient’s with problems of gas exchange Part two

Patient’s with problems of gas exchange Part two. By Linda Self. Pulmonary tuberculosis. Infectious disease affecting lung parenchyma Can be extrapulmonary as well Primary causative pathogen is Mycobacterium tuberculosis Sensitive to heat and ultraviolet light

By liam
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OPPORTUNISTIC FUNGAL INFECTIONS

OPPORTUNISTIC FUNGAL INFECTIONS

OPPORTUNISTIC FUNGAL INFECTIONS. Smilja Kalenic, MD, PhD Clinical Hospital Centre Zagreb, Croatia. LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES to learn about the most frequent opportunistic fungi and to understand main risk factors for developing infection

By Thomas
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Microscopic Examination of Urine

Microscopic Examination of Urine

Microscopic Examination of Urine. Download http://www.vetlab.com/kova.htm Definition of urine sediment: all solid materials suspended in the urine - a semiquantative evaluation of the urine sediment Significance of formed elements in the urine

By ostinmannual
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Pus (Abscesses, and sinuses) wound, and Burn Cultures

Pus (Abscesses, and sinuses) wound, and Burn Cultures

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. Pus (Abscesses, and sinuses) wound, and Burn Cultures. 2013-2014. Diagnostic Medical Microbiology-Laboratory Manual. Pus and wound Culture. Aim of the test To isolate and identify aerobic and anaerobic pathogenic organisms from pus specimen and sensitivity test.

By jorn
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Chapter 8 From Single-Celled Organisms to Kingdoms

Chapter 8 From Single-Celled Organisms to Kingdoms

Chapter 8 From Single-Celled Organisms to Kingdoms. Figure CO: Tree. © Carlos Caetano/ ShutterStock , Inc . Overview. Based on fossil record Abiogenesis produces the early replicating molecular systems ~4.0 – 3.5 Bya; details uncertain Prokaryotic cells arose 3.5 to 3.8 Bya.

By goro
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GYNECOLOGICAL EXAM

GYNECOLOGICAL EXAM

GYNECOLOGICAL EXAM. SFC WARD. Do a Complete Physical Assessment. HEENT CV Lungs Breasts Abdomen Pelvic/rectal Neuro Musculoskeletal. Essentials for an Adequate Examination--Relaxation.

By faunus
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Evaluation, Management, and Treatment of Adverse Events of Smallpox Vaccine

Evaluation, Management, and Treatment of Adverse Events of Smallpox Vaccine

Evaluation, Management, and Treatment of Adverse Events of Smallpox Vaccine . Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention December 2002. Evaluation, Management, and Treatment of Adverse Events of Smallpox Vaccine . Learning Objectives:

By charlie
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Assessing Information from Multilevel and Continuous Tests

Assessing Information from Multilevel and Continuous Tests

Assessing Information from Multilevel and Continuous Tests . Likelihood Ratios for results other than “+” or “-”. Michael A. Kohn, MD, MPP 10/7/2010. Four Main Points. 1) Making a multi-level test dichotomous by choosing a fixed cutpoint reduces the value of the test.

By beth
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Fever

Fever

Fever. National Pediatric Nighttime Curriculum Written by Debbie Sakai, M.D. Institution: Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Case 1. 4-month-old well-appearing girl admitted for croup and respiratory distress. Develops fever to 39.1. What additional evaluation would you do at this point?.

By deacon
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Chronic Cerebral and Meningeal Infection

Chronic Cerebral and Meningeal Infection

Chronic Cerebral and Meningeal Infection. C an produce: Neurological disability and, may be. Fatal if not treated. They usually have: Slow insidious onset. With progression of signs and symptoms over a period of weeks.

By crwys
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Management of the Febrile Infant Risk Minimizers vs. Test Minimizers

Management of the Febrile Infant Risk Minimizers vs. Test Minimizers

Management of the Febrile Infant Risk Minimizers vs. Test Minimizers. Steven E. Krug, M.D. SAEM Annual Meeting St. Louis, MO -- May, 2002. Fever, What’s The Big Deal ?. 65% of children 0-2 years visit a physician for a febrile illness 10 to 20% of all pediatric visits to EDs

By gabi
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