Ch._32_-_Study_Questions - Biol261Ch.32studyquestions. 1.

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Biol 261 – Ch. 32 study questions…. 1.  What are some specimens that are used to isolate pathogens? 2. What is the basic protocol to isolate a pathogen using classical techniques? 3. What does it mean when a physician orders a culture and sensitivity? 4. What type of media are blood agar, MSA and EMB?  What are they used to isolate and  identify? 5. What is the difference between bacteremia and septicemia? 6. What are the advantages of doing a urine dipstick test? 7. What type of specimen is needed for a urine culture?  What should you do with a urine  sample if you can’t get it to the lab right away? 8. What organism gives a green metallic scheen on EMB and why does this happen? 9. If you did a gram stain on someone with bacterial meningitis what would you expect to  see and what type of media does this organism grow on? 10. What is an anaerobic jar used for and what makes it anaerobic?
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