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Module 32understand the major streptococcal diseasesWhere does Streptococcus pyogenes infectIt infects the throat starting out a strep throat.Know what diseases it can cause (only the ones discussed in lecture)The diseases it can cause are scarlet fever, strep throat, and narcotizing fasciitis. What is hemolysisHemolysis is the rupture or destruction of red blood cells.What diseases are caused by Group A and B- Group A- Strep throat- Group B- meningitisWhat are the sequela to Strep. InfectionsThe sequel to a strep infections are strep throat and necrotizing fascitisWhat diseases does Streptococcus pneumonia commonly causeStreptococcus pneumonia commonly cause pneumonia and meningitis.Know what virulence factors aid adherence of Bordetella pertussis- Pertactin- Filamentous- 2 types of fimbrae List the virulence factors that are components of the vaccine and how those virulence factors facilitate pertussis pathogenesis- Diphtheria (adhesion) - Tetanus (adhesion) - Pertussis (adhesion)Define post exposure prophylaxis Post exposure prophylaxis with antibiotics is recommend for all family members and others whohave had contact with active pertussis individuals What is the pathogen and what type of host cells it can infect- A pathogen is a bacterium or virus that can cause disease- The type of host cells it can infect are ciliated tracheal epithelial cellsKnow how tuberculosis is transmittedTuberculosis is transmitted by inhalation of bacterium that settles in the lungs and growsDescribe how are tubercules formedTubercules are formed by a hypersensitivity immune system response forms around infection sites creating modules.List the antibiotic-resistant forms of M. tuberculosis- Multidrug resistant - Extensively drug resistantKnow the 2 most common bacterial pathogens- Streptococcus pneumonia- MeningitisKnow what the meninges is and why an infection can lead to death so quickly- Meninges is an infection of the lining of the brain and spinal cord and are usually caused by bacteria or viruses- Infection can lead to death so quickly because it effects the brain and spinal cord cause damage that can possibly lead to

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