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GRAM POSITIVE ORGANISMS STAIN...
STAIN PURPLE/ BLUE
GRAM NEGATIVE ORGANISMS STAIN...
PINK/ RED
MacConkey AGAR
SELECTIVE FOR GRAM NEGATIVE (MOSTLY RODS), INHIBITS GRAM POSITVE
5% SHEEP'S BLOOD IS A SELECTIVE MEDIUM THAT IS USED TO DETECT...
HEMOLYTIC ORGANISMS
TRYPSIN SOY AGAR
IS CONSIDERED TO BE BASIC MEDIA FOR GROWTH

(GENERAL ALL PURPOSE MOST COMMON)
MACCONKEY AGAR DETECTS...
GRAM NEGATIVE
HOW SHOULD A SWAB SAMPLE BE PLACED ON A SLIDE?
BY ROLLING
MULLER- HINTON AGAR
USED FOR ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING WITH ANTIBIOTIC INFUSED DISKS.
ANTIBIOTICS ARE EFFCTIVE IN TREATING
BACTERIA
WHAT ROUTE OF ENTRY INTO THE BODY DO MOST MICROORGANISMS TAKE?
RESPIRATORY TRACT
BASIC NUTRIENT MEDIA IS...
TRYPSIN SOY AGAR
BABASIA GIBSONI IS
A PARASITE BELONGING TO THE GROUP OF PROTOZOA
SKIN SCRAPING IS GOOD FOR DIAGNOSING ...
DEMODEX, SARCOPTIC MANGE
VECTOR FOR DIROFILARIA IMMITUS...
(HEARTWORM)
MOSQUITOS
WHAT IS THE VECTOR FOR TAENIA CANINIUM
(SINGLE PORE TAPE WORM)
FLEA
WHAT IS REFERRED AS "LITTER BOX DISEASE"
TOXOPLASMA SPP
BLACKELEGGED (DEER) TICK
CARRYING/ TRASMITTING LYME'S DISEASE
ANCYLOSTOMA SPP
NEMATODE
BABESIA SPP
TICKS ARE THE VECTOR
ISOSPORA SPP. COMMON NAME
COCCIDIA
MYIASIS
MAGGOT INFESTATION
TRICHURIS VULPIS
WHIPWORM
TOXOCARA SPP.
ROUND WORM
DIROFILARIA IMMITUS
HEARTWORM
OTODECTES SPP
EAR MITES
ANCYLOSTOMA SPP
HOOKWORM
TAENIA SPP
TAPEWORM SINGLE PORE
DIPYLIDIUM SPP
TAPEWORM DOUBLE PORE
NANOPHETUS SALMINCOLA
SALMON FLUKE
NEMATODES
ROUNDWORMS
LINOGNATHUS SPP
SUCKING LOUSE
CANINE HOOKWORMS
NEMATODE THAT INFEST HOST BY BURROWING THROUGHT HE EXPOSED SKIN (CUTANEOUS MIGRATION)
TRICHODECTES SPP
CHEWING LOUSE
CTENOCEPHADLIDES
FELINE FLEA
Cestodes
Tapeworms
  • Dipylidium caninum
  • Taenia
  • Echinococcus granulosus
 
Trematodes
Flukes
Protozoans
  • isospora canis
  • toxoplama gondii
  • cryptosporidium parvum (disentary)
  • giardia spp.
 
cheyletiella
walking lice
The term  "reactive" is used to describe changes in which cell?
Neutrophil
How is a Neutrophil determined to be toxic?
When is becomes defective ,infected, or lose their activity
What is leukocytosis?
a high WBC count
Allergies most often can cause an increase in which WBC?
Eosinophil
What color do basophil granules in cytoplasm stain when using DifQuik?
dark blue
what is left shift?
the presence of immature neutrophils (bands).
Regenerative left shift
occurs when bands are present with a high WBC count. seen in infections that are under control.  
Degenerative left shift
occurs when bands are present with normal to low WBC count. majority of neutrophils are immature cells, body cannot keep up with neutrophil consumption. (sepsis, parvo, pyometra, and other severe infections).
mild toxic change
  • dohle bodies, mild cytoplasmic basophilia( blue staining)
moderate toxic change
  • increased cytoplasmic basophilia and foaminess
  • appearance if toxic granulation
  • cytoplasm appears frothy
thrombocytopenia
low numbers of platelets
Metarubricyte
Nucleated RBC
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