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DSM Local

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Mar 6, 2013
 
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<quoted text>You're throwing darts pinhead.
Strep A is pyogenes.... so fing stupid
CRASSUS

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Mar 6, 2013
 
DSM Local wrote:
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S. pyogenes a.k.a. Strep A / like agalaticae is B ... idiot.
S. pyogenes is the pathogen anything it causes is a symptom of the infection ( invasion of a host organism's bodily tissues by disease-causing organisms)
this usually causes strep throat or potentialy Cellulitis, which may become complicated by necrotizing fascitis.... Someone coughing on you usually is not enough. dumbasz
Heavy doses of penicillin and clindamycin for 24 hours should clean it up.
If your so fing smart tell me how to ID it (presumptive will do).(in a lab)
I'll post the answer in a bit.
Really? That should clean it up. Are you that stupid or are trying to be funny?

"A person with necrotizing fasciitis needs to go to the hospital for treatment as soon as the condition is suspected. The person will usually be treated in the intensive care unit (ICU).

Early treatment of necrotizing fasciitis is critical. The sooner treatment begins, the more likely the person will recover from the infection and avoid serious consequences, such as limb amputation or death.

Treatment may include:

Surgery that removes infected tissue and fluids to stop the spread of infection.
Medicines (antibiotics and intravenous immunoglobulin) to kill the bacteria causing the infection.
Procedures to treat complications such as shock, respiratory problems, and organ failure.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which can help prevent tissue death and promote healing."

http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-center/n...
DSM Local

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Mar 6, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Don't waste my time idiot.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0...
Let me guess. Your source is wikipedia. Have you ever taken microbiology in college? If so, when?
what is this sh 1t Strep A IS Strep Pyogenes just like Strep B is agalaticiase SAME THING!!!!!

Wikipedia what?

here is a link to the CDC
http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/gr...

you may have taken a course but you obviously have ZERO experience
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Mar 6, 2013
 
DSM Local wrote:
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S. pyogenes a.k.a. Strep A / like agalaticae is B ... idiot.
S. pyogenes is the pathogen anything it causes is a symptom of the infection ( invasion of a host organism's bodily tissues by disease-causing organisms)
this usually causes strep throat or potentialy Cellulitis, which may become complicated by necrotizing fascitis.... Someone coughing on you usually is not enough. dumbasz
Heavy doses of penicillin and clindamycin for 24 hours should clean it up.
If your so fing smart tell me how to ID it (presumptive will do).(in a lab)
I'll post the answer in a bit.
It cleaned right up for the zip line girl. Right stupid.

What began as a beautiful time in nature with friends turned tragic when Aimee encountered an equipment malfunction while playing on a homemade zip line. Her fall set the stage for the development of necrotizing fasciitis which led to amputations and the failure of her five major organs.

Aimee’s timeline, in brief:

5/1/12 Tuesday: Zip line accident

Tuesday- Thursday: multiple visits to hospital and doctors

5/4/12 Friday: necrotizing fasciitis takes over leg, leg is amputated, goes into arrest, transferred hospitals

Since Friday: on life support

Earlier this week slowly regains consciousness. In and out.

Blood vessels in hands and remaining foot die. More amputations are necessary. Hopefully the palms of her hands will survive.

5/11/12 Friday: Regains enough conscious to mouth the question “where am I?”

5/17/12 Thursday: Amputation of remaining foot and most of both hands.

5/20/12 Sunday: Aimee breathes on her own.
http://aimeecopeland.com/aimee-accident/
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what is this sh 1t Strep A IS Strep Pyogenes just like Strep B is agalaticiase SAME THING!!!!!
Wikipedia what?
here is a link to the CDC
http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/gr...
you may have taken a course but you obviously have ZERO experience
Answer the question loser. Did you take a course in microbiology? Should I say it slower so you understand?
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CRASSUS wrote:
<quoted text>Really? That should clean it up. Are you that stupid or are trying to be funny?
"A person with necrotizing fasciitis needs to go to the hospital for treatment as soon as the condition is suspected. The person will usually be treated in the intensive care unit (ICU).
Early treatment of necrotizing fasciitis is critical. The sooner treatment begins, the more likely the person will recover from the infection and avoid serious consequences, such as limb amputation or death.
Treatment may include:
Surgery that removes infected tissue and fluids to stop the spread of infection.
Medicines (antibiotics and intravenous immunoglobulin) to kill the bacteria causing the infection.
Procedures to treat complications such as shock, respiratory problems, and organ failure.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which can help prevent tissue death and promote healing."
http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-center/n...
Not every case of strep a becomes necrotizing fascitis, like nearly ALL don't, you are correct the only way to treat necrotizing fascitis (if it occurs) is to take away the infected skin,

Normal case of strep a Heavy doses of penicillin and clindamycin for 24 hours should clean it up. Why how would you treat a strep throat, amputate the throat? what about cellulitis just hack at it like in mexico. In which case go treat all strep A as "come carne" (please define that if you can)
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<quoted text>It cleaned right up for the zip line girl. Right stupid.
What began as a beautiful time in nature with friends turned tragic when Aimee encountered an equipment malfunction while playing on a homemade zip line. Her fall set the stage for the development of necrotizing fasciitis which led to amputations and the failure of her five major organs.
Aimee’s timeline, in brief:
5/1/12 Tuesday: Zip line accident
Tuesday- Thursday: multiple visits to hospital and doctors
5/4/12 Friday: necrotizing fasciitis takes over leg, leg is amputated, goes into arrest, transferred hospitals
Since Friday: on life support
Earlier this week slowly regains consciousness. In and out.
Blood vessels in hands and remaining foot die. More amputations are necessary. Hopefully the palms of her hands will survive.
5/11/12 Friday: Regains enough conscious to mouth the question “where am I?”
5/17/12 Thursday: Amputation of remaining foot and most of both hands.
5/20/12 Sunday: Aimee breathes on her own.
http://aimeecopeland.com/aimee-accident/
She didn't even HAVE strep A she had Aeromonas hydrophila(found in warm climates and fresh water//// so you know NOT WISCONSIN)

can you tell me what aeromonas looks like or ANY clinical features

LIKE I SAID EARLIER NECROTIZING FASCITIS can be caused by MANY organisms.......
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Mar 6, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Answer the question loser. Did you take a course in microbiology? Should I say it slower so you understand?
I have, what have you taken some general ed micro for an AAS? You are probably the 40+ loser trying to get an ASSOCIATE degree!
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Mar 6, 2013
 
Now, you tell me how to ID haemophilus parainfluenzae, or did your community college not teach you that?(from earlier)

or go for can you tell me what aeromonas looks like or ANY of its' clinical features.

Do both if you have teh balls
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DSM Local wrote:
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what is this sh 1t Strep A IS Strep Pyogenes just like Strep B is agalaticiase SAME THING!!!!!
Wikipedia what?
here is a link to the CDC
http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/gr...
you may have taken a course but you obviously have ZERO experience
That's right stupid. I'm not a lab tech. The groups are classifications used to identify Beta hemolytic Streptococcus. Maybe this will clear it up for you, Dummy. Your free education is over for the night. You're so stupid, you must be Somali.
http://suite101.com/article/difference-betwee...
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Strep A
-GPC on a gram stain (slightly smaller than Staph)
Furthermore beta hemolytic, you'll notice the MAC has no growth
-Catalase it (neg/staph-micrococcus will be pos)
-PYR (positive-reddish/pinkish color)
BAM!!! solved b1tkh!
Now, you tell me how to ID haemophilus parainfluenzae, or did you community college not teach you that?
It's almost as if CRASSUS doesn't even know what these tests are for or how to perform them, although they are some of the most basic tests out there (the dumbest person alive should still be able to get it done it a few minutes for ALL COMBINED)... you could probably skip the GS btw, unless you need more than colony morphology

Furthermore, I would toss this onto a 33 panel (for the microscan walkaway) for the mic, where was the critiquing I expected?
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DSM Local wrote:
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It's almost as if CRASSUS doesn't even know what these tests are for or how to perform them, although they are some of the most basic tests out there (the dumbest person alive should still be able to get it done it a few minutes for ALL COMBINED)... you could probably skip the GS btw, unless you need more than colony morphology
Furthermore, I would toss this onto a 33 panel (for the microscan walkaway) for the mic, where was the critiquing I expected?
So you're the guy with the the 10 month certificate from a CC, who gets the cup full of pee for the drug test. You've done well for an idiot.
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<quoted text>That's right stupid. I'm not a lab tech. The groups are classifications used to identify Beta hemolytic Streptococcus. Maybe this will clear it up for you, Dummy. Your free education is over for the night. You're so stupid, you must be Somali.
http://suite101.com/article/difference-betwee...
then what are you doing at a community college (where lab techs go to school btw)?

As for the basic info you posted wow simple plain day one material thanks for that waste of time.

You FAILED today. Sorry but clearly you need to pay attention in your class, stop staring at the black kids.
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<quoted text>So you're the guy with the the 10 month certificate from a CC, who gets the cup full of pee for the drug test. You've done well for an idiot.
10 MONTH!!!!!!!!!!
aren't those 6 weeks? 10 months you must be really F ^ KCING DUMB!
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CRASSUS suffers from a genetic imperfection common in greeks that leads to something called thalassemias, many gayreeks have them others to a LESSER extent include italians, middle easterners and guess who AFRICANS, yep he see's them all the time in the hospital. This disease has varying forms and always has chronic anemia with it. The disease is genetic so we can only do so much to treat it. The loss of RBS thus leads to less oxygen reaching his brain and has resulted in CRASSUS having his fractured pysch.

If only he could have had Hydrops Fetalis instead (an alpha thalassemia btw).
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DSM Local wrote:
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10 MONTH!!!!!!!!!!
aren't those 6 weeks? 10 months you must be really F ^ KCING DUMB!
You proved your stupidity several posts ago.
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necrotizing fascitis is a sypmtom not a organism, what do you hope causes, do tell
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Mar 7, 2013
 
DSM Local wrote:
Strep A
-GPC on a gram stain (slightly smaller than Staph)
Furthermore beta hemolytic, you'll notice the MAC has no growth
-Catalase it (neg/staph-micrococcus will be pos)
-PYR (positive-reddish/pinkish color)
BAM!!! solved b1tkh!
Now, you tell me how to ID haemophilus parainfluenzae, or did you community college not teach you that?
I'm learning this in microbiology.
midterms tomorrow!
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Mar 7, 2013
 
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I'm learning this in microbiology.
midterms tomorrow!
don;t learn from DSM Loco, if you had to learn from Cr ass su

at least he dont be as rethuglican as that loco
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Why does DSM Loco know this garbage he must be a terrorist in cahoots with evil rethuglicans
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Mar 7, 2013
 
dsm loco must have this stuff because only a loco like him would be aware of it

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