Methods for Isolation, Identification of Anaerobic Bacteria, and Anaerobic Bacteria Causing Myonecrosis
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- Aerobic bacteria counters the negative (myonecrosis) effects of anaerobic bacteria.
- Gram positive rods can produce spores. True.
- Gram stain can be used to stain spores. True.
- Swab method can be used for specimen collection. False.
- C. perfringens is proteolytic. True.
- Myonecrosis can develop when open lesions come in contact with dirt.
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- Risk factors for infectious myonecrosis is mixed infection. True.
- C. Septicum can cause myonecrosis. True.
- GAM semisolid is anaerobic bacteria. True.
- The main virulence myonecrosis is alpha toxin. True.
- Midstream urine specimen can be used. False.
- Metronidazole is used in clostridium because it can generate color. False.
- C. perfringens is a proteolytic. True.
- C. perfringens is the main cause of myonecrosis. True.
- On examination grams clostridium is always shaped like a gram-negative cocci. False.
- Biochemical identification of clostridium can be used to see the fermentation of carbohydrates. True.
- The stain used in Scaffer-Fulton method is Malachite green. True.
- Gram negative rod anaerobic bacteria can produce spores. False.
- Name two anaerobic bacteria.
- C. perfringens can produce indole. false.
- C. butyricum can ferment all carbohydrates. true.
- What is this medium? brucella agar (with blood).
- Which one of these is non-proteolytic? C. cadaveris, C. bifermentans, C. difficile, C. tertium.
- Gas gangrene on Wikipedia.