Biology Questions & Answers


Biology Questions & Answers

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1. What is bacteriuria? When is it significant?
2. How do microorganisms enter the urinary tract?
3. Why is aseptic urine collection important when cultures are ordered?
4. List five bacteria that can cause urinary tract infection.
5. If you counted 20 colonies from a 0.01-ml inoculum of a 1:10 dilution of urine, how many organisms per milliliter of specimen would you report? Is this number significant?

6.What are the three ways in which urinary tract infections may be acquired?
7.What are the primary and secondary antibody responses to an immunogenic response? Describe.
8.What is the importance of acute and convalescent serum specimens for the serologic diagnosis of infection? Explain.

 

Biology Questions & Answers

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