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? Was her condition mostly due to an infection or an intoxication?

A woman is given an antibiotic because she was complaining of symptoms indicative of sinusitis. Howe Show more A woman is given an antibiotic because she was complaining of symptoms indicative of sinusitis. However her conditions worsened and she was unable to eat for 4 days because of sever pain and tightness of the jaw.

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Do you think human behavior such as the distribution of antibiotics influences the evolution of the virulence of the parasite?

According to human logic if a parasite kills its host it is also harming itself. Tapeworms then ap Show more According to human logic if a parasite kills its host it is also harming itself. Tapeworms then appear to be perfect parasites because they cause very few symptoms in the host and are therefore able

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List at least two virulence factors found in E.

Malik had just spent a great summer day at the annual family reunion. The menu had consisted of a lo Show more Malik had just spent a great summer day at the annual family reunion. The menu had consisted of a lot of food including burgers and hot dogs on the grill and Aunt Ednas

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Describe two virulence factors of Carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae that increase bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

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How many would be immune against neither of the genes?

If 5% of 259 bacteria were injected with SoloCup gene that gave it immunity to alcohol and of the 5% Show more If 5% of 259 bacteria were injected with SoloCup gene that gave it immunity to alcohol and of the 5% a G-gene that immunized it against antibiotics G was inserted into 85% of

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What is the normal ecology of this or Show more Gram negative rods 2

What is the normal ecology of this or Show more Gram negative rods 2. What is the identity of this microbe? 3. What is the normal ecology of this organism? 4. What are some common diseases caused by this organism? 5. Based on the symptoms described in the case study what would be the logical

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What do prokaryotes in domains bacteria and Archaea have in common?

What do prokaryotes in domains bacteria and Archaea have in common? How do prokaryotes differ from Show more What do prokaryotes in domains bacteria and Archaea have in common? How do prokaryotes differ from eukaryotes? What does a colony of bacteria growing on a Petri dish represent? Why is it important for decomposers such as

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What detennines whether an atom with interac Show more Electron arrangement and the chemical propties of atoms What detennines whether an atom with interact with other atoms?

What detennines whether an atom with interac Show more Electron arrangement and the chemical propties of atoms What detennines whether an atom with interact with other atoms? Which subatomic particle is directly involved-in the chemical activity of an atom? o Where are electrons found? How does an electrons location affect its energy? How many electrons

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What is nursing role during intubation? What is the procedure for intubation?

Mr. R is a 66-year-old man Show more CASE STUDY: Ventilatory Assistance & Acute Respiratory Failure 1 Mr. R is a 66-year-old man who has smoked 1.5 packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years. He is admitted with an acute exacerbation of COPD. His baseline ABGs drawn in the ER showed: pH 7.36; PaCO2

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How is natural selection involved in the development of antibiotic resistance in bacteria?

Resources: National Institute of Health: http://www.nih.gov/ Center for Disease Control: http://www. Show more Resources: National Institute of Health: http://www.nih.gov/ Center for Disease Control: http://www.cdc.gov/ Background: Evolution occurs in all living organisms from the smallest bacterial cells to the most complex animals. In bacterial cells evolution occurs rapidly in response to environmental pressures due to their