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Unformatted text preview: 11-8-10 Section RTLab: LR9 Antibiotics and case studiesObjective: Examine the efficacy of various antibiotics on three organismsResults:S. aureusE. coliPs. aeruginosaE228 mm, S0, R0, RNB530 mm, S0, R0, halo, RTE3028 mm, S18 mm, S13 mm, halo, RK3025 mm, S22 mm, S0, RP1033 mm, S0, R0, RAM1046 mm, S20 mm, S0, RNA3013 mm, R24 mm, S10 mm, halo, RB1023 mm, S0 mm, R1 mm, RCL100 mm, R15 mm, S16 mm, SGM1035 mm, S23 mm, S23 mm, SC3020 mm, S16 mm, S18 mm, SS1023 mm, S29 mm, S6 mm, RConclusion: Staph is the most susceptible to this broad spectrum of antibiotics, with ampicillin, penicillin and gentamicin being among the most effective. E. coli was resisitant to a little less than half of the antibiotics. Pseudomonas was only sensitive to three antibiotics, colistin, gentamicin and streptomycin.Discussion/Case Studies: Scenario 1:Lisa, age 4, is brought in to the surgery by her mother with a 2-day history of fever and irritability. Her mother has noticed that she has been going to the toilet more often and complaining of pain when she passes urine. Lisa has not been eating well but has had no episodes of vomiting. She has had no previous urinary frequency or dysuria that her mother can remember.. She is sensitive to sunlight and suffers from IBS frequency or dysuria that her mother can remember....
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course MICRO 233 taught by Professor Diaz during the Fall '10 term at City Colleges of Chicago.
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