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Which statement about staphylococcus aureus is accurate?

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Resistance to vancomycin has not been reported for which species to Enterococcus?

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Which enteric pathogen has been associated with hemolytic uremic syndrome?

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Which antibiotic prevents transcription of DNA into RNA? 

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Which features is unique to gram-positive bacteria? 

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A 64-year-old man undergoes intraabdominal surgery for colonic cancer. Five days after the surgery, patient develops peritonitis for which he is treated with ceftazidime, gentamicin, metronidazole. Although he initially responds to this therapeutic regimen, on the third night of treatment he develops spiking fevers and abdominal tenderness. He is taken to surgery that night, and 50 cc of purulent material is drained from his abdominal cavity. The material is submitted for gram stain and culture. The gram stain is positive, and both aerobic and anaerobic cultures are positive within 24 h. Which organism is most likely responsible for this infection?

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A conjugated polysaccharide vaccine is used to prevent infections caused by which bacterial species? 
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Brucella is able to survive phagocytic killing by which factor? 

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Sulfur granules are associated with which anaerobe? 

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Streptococcus pneumonias can escape phagocytic clearance by which mechanism? 

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A 54-year-old woman with a previous history of rheumatic heart disease, has developed mild fevers and night sweats. During the next 4 weeks, the fevers and sweats become more frequent and she experiences a loss of appetite with a corresponding 10-lb weight loss. When she goes to her physician, he notices a new heart murmur. Upon questioning the women mentions that she had her teeth cleaned 2 months previously and di not receive prophylactic antibiotics at the time of the procedure. Three sets of blood cultures are collected and empiric therapy for subacute bacterial endocarditis is initiated. After incubation for 5 days, all three sets of blood cultures are positive with gram-negative rods. It is noted that colonies of the organism are observed sticking to the surface of the blood culture bottles. Which organism is most likely responsible for this infection? 

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After an automobile accident, a 23-year-old woman requires an emergency splenectomy. Her subsequent recovery is uneventful. However, 4 weeks after the surgery, she is brought to the emergency department unconscious and non responsive. The emergency department physicians are unable to stabilize her and she expires 1h after she arrived. Blood is collected for culture, chemistry tests, and hematology tests. The technologist examining the peripheral blood smear observes abundant bacteria. Within 6h the blood culture is also reported to be positive and gram-positive cocci. Which organism is most likely responsible for this overwhelming infection? 

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Which statement about staphylococcus aureus is accurate?

the organism is capable of producing heat stable enterotoxins

Histology

Resistance to vancomycin has not been reported for which species to Enterococcus?

Enterococcus avium

Histology

Which enteric pathogen has been associated with hemolytic uremic syndrome?

Bacillus cereus 

Histology

Which antibiotic prevents transcription of DNA into RNA? 

Ciprofloxacin

Histology

Which features is unique to gram-positive bacteria? 

Cytoplasmic membrane

Histology

A 64-year-old man undergoes intraabdominal surgery for colonic cancer. Five days after the surgery, patient develops peritonitis for which he is treated with ceftazidime, gentamicin, metronidazole. Although he initially responds to this therapeutic regimen, on the third night of treatment he develops spiking fevers and abdominal tenderness. He is taken to surgery that night, and 50 cc of purulent material is drained from his abdominal cavity. The material is submitted for gram stain and culture. The gram stain is positive, and both aerobic and anaerobic cultures are positive within 24 h. Which organism is most likely responsible for this infection?

Staphylococcus aureus

Histology

A conjugated polysaccharide vaccine is used to prevent infections caused by which bacterial species? 
Haemophilus influenzae

Histology

Brucella is able to survive phagocytic killing by which factor? 
Inhibition of phagosome/ lysosome fusion 

Histology

Sulfur granules are associated with which anaerobe? 

Actinomyces

Histology

Streptococcus pneumonias can escape phagocytic clearance by which mechanism? 

Capsule-mediated inhibition of phagocytosis 

Histology

A 54-year-old woman with a previous history of rheumatic heart disease, has developed mild fevers and night sweats. During the next 4 weeks, the fevers and sweats become more frequent and she experiences a loss of appetite with a corresponding 10-lb weight loss. When she goes to her physician, he notices a new heart murmur. Upon questioning the women mentions that she had her teeth cleaned 2 months previously and di not receive prophylactic antibiotics at the time of the procedure. Three sets of blood cultures are collected and empiric therapy for subacute bacterial endocarditis is initiated. After incubation for 5 days, all three sets of blood cultures are positive with gram-negative rods. It is noted that colonies of the organism are observed sticking to the surface of the blood culture bottles. Which organism is most likely responsible for this infection? 

Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans

Histology

After an automobile accident, a 23-year-old woman requires an emergency splenectomy. Her subsequent recovery is uneventful. However, 4 weeks after the surgery, she is brought to the emergency department unconscious and non responsive. The emergency department physicians are unable to stabilize her and she expires 1h after she arrived. Blood is collected for culture, chemistry tests, and hematology tests. The technologist examining the peripheral blood smear observes abundant bacteria. Within 6h the blood culture is also reported to be positive and gram-positive cocci. Which organism is most likely responsible for this overwhelming infection? 

Enterococcus faecium

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