CACMLE Microbiology/Virology Courses

265-Online: Salmonella spp and Shigella spp – Section 2 of “Microbes That Make You Run! 2nd Edition”


Contact Hours (Points): 3

Infectious diarrheal disease is a major cause of morbidity and/or mortality in the world, resulting in many physician office visits and hospitalizations per year. Many of the agents involved are bacterial in origin, especially Gram negative rods belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae. Some microbes that cause diarrheal disease may reside in the intestinal tract as normal flora, where they cause disease only under special circumstances. Other agents are not a part of the normal intestinal flora but rather cause infection and invade via exogenous exposure by ingestion of contaminated food or water, or by direct contact with an infected individual. This course examines Salmonella spp and Shigella spp.

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Salmonella spp and Shigella spp – Section 2 of “Microbes That Make You Run ! 2nd Edition”

Self-Study 265 – Basic Level

Contact Hours (Points): 3

Major Revisions by Jeanne Stoddard, MHS, MT(ASCP). Originally written by Patricia A. Collins, MS, MT(ASCP)SM.

Published 2001. Revised 2014.

Online – 265: Course Taken Online: $36.00 BUY NOW

IMPORTANT: This online course is accessible using the following:

Desktop or Laptop Computer – Download the latest Adobe Reader program.

Kindle Fire – No additional App download is necessary.

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Molecular Methods: PCR Amplification; Pulse-Field Gel Electrophoresis (PFGE); Mass Spectrometry – MALDI-TOF
Routine and Selective Culture Media; Enrichment Broths; Specialized Culture Media; Serologic Testing; Fecal Gram Stains and Fecal Lactoferrin
Classification and Nomenclature History; Current Classification and Nomenclature; Clinical Infection Overview ; Epidemiology and Transmission; Salmonella Pathogenicity; Immune Response; Vi Antigen; Clinical Infections; Enteric (Typhoid) Fever; Treatment; Vaccines; Organism Identification; Growth on Routine Culture Media; Biochemical Reactions; Molecular Methods; Antimicrobial Resistance
Transmission; Epidemiology and Historical Perspective; Clinical Symptoms; Pathogenicity and Virulence; Organism Identification; Growth on Routine Culture Media; Biochemical Reactions; Treatment; Vaccines; Identification of Outbreaks

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