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Microbiology | Staphyloccocus epidermidis

By at January 1, 2013 | 10:48 am | 1 Comments

Unknown Lab Report Report by Jessica Unruh 12/06/12 Microbiology Introduction The study of living organisms through a microscope is known as microbiology. Knowing what microorganisms are and how they survive and reproduce are beneficial in knowing how to control them. In the healthcare system, knowing the identity of a microorganism can help in determining more...

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Nursing Students | Microbiology Class

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Microbiology (St. Louis) Report by Maureen Schleeper December 6, 2012 BIO 203 INTRODUCTION Education is the first step to the prevention and spread of microorganisms within a hospital environment.  Understanding the general concepts of bacterial identification and the steps required for the identification of unknown pathogens emphasizes the overall importance of more...

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Microbiology, Enterococcus Faecalis

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Brianna Wensler Microbiology Unknown Lab Report Enterococcus faecalis    Introduction There are many reasons for knowing and identifying microorganisms.  Medical reasons range from knowing the causative agent of a disease in a patient, so as to know how it can be treated, to applying practical applications in the laboratory so as to correctly identify more...

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Klebsiella pneumoniae Unknown Lab Report

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Unknown Lab Report Amy Kaiser 12/6/12 Fall/2012 Introduction By knowing what diseases are caused by different types of bacteria and their modes of action, healthcare workers can treat patients with the proper medication.  Also, healthcare workers can help prevent the spread of disease by knowing how different types of bacteria are passed.  The community benefits more...

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Cardiac Arrhythmias by Claire Perry 5 | CPR St. Louis

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The potential risks of having an EP study done include minor bleeding, temporary arrhythmias caused by the catheter itself, and temporary changes in blood pressure.  More serious complications include perforation of the heart wall causing a life threatening condition known as cardiac tamponade, or fluid around the heart.  Extensive bleeding can cause cardiac arrest and more...

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