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Bacteria reported from fowl cholera

Pasteurella multocida

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Most common spp. of Pasteurella isolated from humans

P. multocida

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Media for P. multocida

Blood agar
Chocolate agar

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Oxidase reaction of P. multocida

Oxidase positive

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Catalase reaction of P. multocida

Catalase positive

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Indole reaction of P. multocida

Indole positive

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Human infection from P. multocida are mostly from

Cat bites

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Media for P. multocida

Blood agar
Chocolate agar

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Urease reaction of P. multocida

Urease negative

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Enumerate other Pasteurella spp.

P. canis
P. dagmatis
P. caballi

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Enumerate the spp. under the Haemophilus genus

H. influenzae
H. ducreyi
H. aegyptius
H. parainfluenzae
H. haemolyticus

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Greek meaning for Haemophilus

Blood lover

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2 substances required for growth of Haemophilus

X factor
V factor

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Microscopic appearance of Haemophilus spp.

Gram-negative
Pleomorphic coccobacilli or bacilli

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Motility of Haemophilus spp.

Nonmotile

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Oxygen requirements for Haemophilus spp.

Aerobic or facultative anaerobic

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Oxidase reaction of Haemophilus

Oxidase positive

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Catalase reaction of Haemophilus spp.

Catalase positive

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Bacteria that is an obligate parasite of mucous membranes for mammals

Haemophilus spp.

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MOT for H. influenzae

Droplets and close contact

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Serogroups of the capsule of H. influenzae

Serogroups a to f and e'

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Protease produced by H. influenzae

Immunoglobulin A (IgA) protease

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Media for H. influenzae

Chocolate agar

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Microscopic appearance of H. influenzae

Gram-negative coccobacilli

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Bacteria that satellites around S. aureus on SBA

H. influenzae

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Causative agent for conjunctivitis (Pink eye)

H. aegyptius

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Diseases caused by H. aegyptius

- Brazilian purpuric fever
- Conjunctivitis (Pink eye)

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Haemophilus spp. that is venereal

H. ducreyi

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Haemophilus spp. that does not need V factor

H. ducreyi

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Days needed for growth of H. ducreyi

2-10 days

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Microscopic appearance of H. ducreyi

Gram-negative coccobacillus
"School of fish" pattern

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Catalase reaction of H. ducreyi

Catalase negative

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Oxidase reaction of H. ducreyi

Oxidase positive

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Definitive test for diagnosis of H. ducreyi infection

Nucleic amplification

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Misc. Haemophilus spp.

H. parainfluenzae
H. haemolyticus

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Species of Haemophilus included in the new Aggregatibacter aphrophilus

- H. aphrophilus (factor V-independent)
- H. paraphrophilus (factor V-dependent)

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Genera under the Family Pasteurellaceae

Pasteurella
Haemophilus
Aggregatibacter
Kingella

PHAK

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Formerly H. segnis

Aggregatibacter segnis

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Oxidase reaction of E. corrodens

Oxidase positive

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Bosy part where E. corrodens is normal flora

Mouth

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E. corrodens is commonly acquired through

Human bites

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Microscopic appearance of E. corrodens

Gram-negative coccobacilli

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Catalase reaction of E. corrodens

Catalase negative

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Urease reaction of E. corrodens

Urease negative

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Indole reaction of E. corrodens

Indole negative

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Bacteria that pits the agar during its growth

E. corrodens

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Body part where Kingella spp. are normal flora

Pharynx of children

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Microscopic appearance of Kingella spp.

Short gram-negative
Coccobacilli

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Used for identification for Kingella spp.

Remel Rapid NH

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Most clinically significant and virulent capsule serogroup of H. influenzae

Capsule type b (Hib)

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Virulence factors of H. influenzae

- polysaccharide capsule
- outer membrane proteins
- adherence factors

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Substance that is not required by H. ducreyi for growth which is normally required by other Haemophilus spp.

V factor