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wk5-FightDiseaseHmwk - NM (Lewis, et al., 2007). Salmonella...

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Homework 3: Fighting Disease Name _Elisabeth Gonzalez Section_____134 ____ Instructions : Fill out this chart with concise answers in each cell. Use in-text citations (see pg. 142 in the lab manual) for the documented information and then on a separate page create a “Literature Cited” page (see pg. 142) with at least 3 sources. Point Breakdown: 1pt per organism, 1pt for properly formed in-text citations, and 1pt for Literature Cited page Scientific Name Method of Transmission Symptoms Bacterial Shape and Gram Stain Result Treatment alternatives Common Name One Interesting New Fact you learned Mycobacteriu m tuberculosis Airborne droplets (Lewis, et al., 2007) Productive cough Fever Night sweats Weight loss Respiratory disease (Lewis, et al., 2007) Gram Positive Rod Drug therapy: Isoniazid (INH) Rifampin (Rifadin) Ethambutol (Myambutol) (Lewis, et al., 2007) TB “TB is high in areas of the US where there is a large population of Native Americans, such as AZ and
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Unformatted text preview: NM (Lewis, et al., 2007). Salmonella enterica Food poisoning Gastroentitis (Lewis, et al., 2007)-------------------------Contaminated meat products and unpasteurized milk (Agron). Diarrhea Fever Headache Nausea Abdominal cramps Bloody stools Vomiting (Agron) Gram Negative Rod Fluid and electrolyte replacement Antibiotics for severely ill persons (Agron) Salmonella There are no vaccines available, either for animals or humans against particular salmonella (Agron) Neisseria gonorrhoeae Sexual contact with infected person Contact with infected bodily fluids (WebMD) Female: greenish yellow or white discharge from the vagina- lower abdominal/ pelvic pain- bleeding between periods; Male: painful or swollen testicles, burnin throat (WebMD) Gram Negative Diplococcus Oral or injectable antibiotics (WebMD) Clap Or Drip If untreated in females or males it can lead to infertility (WebMD)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course BIOL 124 taught by Professor Caral./giaccardo during the Spring '10 term at New Mexico.

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