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A patient with bacterial pneumonia has rhonchi and thick sputum. What is the nurse’s most appropriate action to promote airway clearance?
Assist the patient to splint the chest when coughing.
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From the hospital: What is a single antibiotic that can be used for colitis that covers all bacteria? It is NOT levofloxacin and metronidazole. What is a bad side effect of levo?
zosyn ie. piperacillin/tazobactam QT prolongation
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Imagine that you found an unusual species of prokaryote growing in a high- temperature environment. What is the best way to determine whether this prokaryote is a bacteria, or archaea?
Sequence it’s genome and look for conserved sequences – is it more similar to bacteria or archaea
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In a treatment plan for bacterial meningitis, what is the most important portion that should begin immediately?
Empiric Abx therapy (bactericidal)
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Oral bacteria and dietary sugars are two of the three parts of the “Etiology Triad” of ECC. What is the third part of the triad?
The enamel and dentine of teeth, which is vulnerable to demineralization.
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what is a method of resistance, (MOR) that bacteria can use against beta lactams?
beta lactamases cleave the beta lactam ring, which inactivates antibiotic
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What is an example of Bacteria that can be genetically engineered to degrade a particular substance:
Transgenic bacteria have been produced which have the ability to eat oil after an oil spill.
What is the difference between pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria?
Pathogenic is disease causing while non-pathogenic is non disease causing.
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What is the function of naturally occurring restriction enzymes in bacterial cells?
Restriction enzymes recognize and cleave DNA molecules that are foreign to the bacterial cell.
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what is the primary method of bacterial antibiotic resistance? what does it do?
beta-lactamase which breaks open and inactivates the B-lactam ring
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