... prolonged culture Neither ferment nor oxidize carbohydrates General Characteristics Common to Superfamily REVIEW Campylobacter Review First isolated as Vibrio fetus in 1909 from spontaneous abortions in livestock Campylobacter ... Helicobacter pylori (human; no animal reservoir ...
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... Helicobacter pylori Small, gram-negative, curved rod Grown on same media and under same conditions as ... Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Summary of Campylobacter and Helicobacter ...
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Campylobacter Heliobacter (Gram-negative curved rods) Campylobacter Gram(-), “curved”, ... Helicobacter pylori Campylobacter-like MOs Gram(-), small, “spiral”, rod Ubiquitious, world-wide Common in developing countries, ...
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Role of H.pylori in Peptic Ulcer and drugs used in Treatment Dr. Fawzia ALOtaibi
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HELICOBACTER PYLORI Prepared by :Shefa EL –astal Islamic University-Gaza Medical Technology Department Prepared To:Dr.Abdelraouf A.Elmana Helicobacter fact Perviou name:campylobacter pylori Gram negative bacilli.
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Campylobacter Campylobacter Among the most widespread cause of infection in the world. Cause both diarrheal and systemic diseases Campylobacter jejuni Typical Organisms Gram-negative rods with comma, S, or “gull-wing” shapes.
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Vibrio, Aeromonas, Plesiomonas, Campylobacter, & Helicobacter MLAB 2434 ... not grow on MAC Laboratory Diagnosis Darting motility in hanging drop Oxidase positive Catalase positive Helicobacter pylori Associated with gastric and duodenal ulcers, ...
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H PYLORI BY MARUF A. Historical Background 1982 - Marshall and Warren identified and subsequently cultured the gastric bacterium, Campylobacter pyloridis, later reclassified as Helicobacter pylori.
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Campylobacter pylori or Helicobacter pylori (Peptic ulcer) * Sources of Campylobacters: GIT and reproductive organs of: Chicken Sheeps Cattles Dogs Cats * * Transmission routes Direct occupational Contact Farmers,Butchers, ...
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First one discovered in 1983 by Drs. Barry Marshall and J. Robin Warren Originally classified as a Campylobacter 22 species have now been discovered The six that are associated with human disease are : H. pylori, H. cinaedi, H. fennellia, H. canadensis, H. canis, ...
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Chapter 17 – Vibrio, Aeromonas, Plesiomonas, & Campylobacter MLAB 2434 ... Helicobacter pylori Strongly associated with gastric and duodenal ulcers; low grade inflammatory process The organism does not invade the gastric epithelium, ...
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... Gonorrhoeae Curved Gram Negative Bacilli Campylobacter jejuni Campylobacter jejuni Treatment of Infection Caused by Campylobacter jejuni Helicobacteri pylori Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Duodenal Peptic Ulceration Caused by Helicobacter pylori Treatment of Infection ...
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Campylobacter jejuni.. common cause acute enteritis.. Bloody diarrhea.. Infants, children > adults ... Ampicillin Campylobacter- Vibrio cholera Helicobacter pylori H. pylori infection is expected to be present in stomach of 30%-90% of world’s population ..causes no signs or symptoms ...
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Helicobacter pylori Brianán McGovern (microbiology spR) * * Resistance difficult to interpret as laboratory breakpoints, i.e. the in vitro concentrations that define the cut off between sensitive and resistant strains, do not correlate with levels required for eradication of infection from the ...
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Bactericidal effect against campylobacter pylori . Decrease activity of pepsin Mucous & bicarbonate secretion. Adverse Effects Black stool. Teeth discoloration. Encephalopathy (in renal dysfunction). USES Triple therapy for eradication of H. pylori.
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Jackie MacMullan, Boston Globe 11/2/2005 Drs. J. Robin Warren and Barry Marshall The H. Pylori Story As a pathologist, ... Marshall was able to cultivate this hitherto unknown bacterial species (originally called Campylobacter pylori) from several of these biopsies.
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Campylobacter species Gram negative ‘seagull’, ... USA treats anyone over 40 found to have H. pylori whether symptomatic or not in order to prevent gastric cancer Campylobacters, Helicobacters and related organisms (CHRO’s) ...
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CAMPYLOBACTER & Helicobacter Gram ... Slide 10 Diagnosis Transmission Transmission Campylobacter fetus Other Campylobacter Treatment Helicobacter pylori Pathogenesis Clinical Symptoms Diagnosis Slide 21 Serology Treatment Epidemiology & Control Other Helicobacter Control ...
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Truly pathogenic enterics Truly pathogenic enterics-2 Gram negative curved rods Campylobacter Helicobacter pylori Rogue’s gallery-4 Slide 19 Slide 20 Orthomyxovirus View of flu Nature of influenza Role of H and N spikes and host cell polysaccharide influenza The Common cold HIV: Human ...
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Helicobacter pylori arginase inhibits nitric oxide production by eukaryotic cells: A strategy for bacterial survival Alain P. Gobert, David J. McGee, Mahmood Akhtar, George L. Mendz, Jamie C. Newton, Yulan Cheng, Harry L. T. Mobley, and Keith T. Wilson
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Helicobacter pylori and peptic ulcer disease. R.J.L.F.Loffeld MD PhD Department of Internal Medicine Zaans Medical Centre Zaandam Helicobacter pylori and peptic ulcer disease.
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CAMPYLOBACTER Campylobacter species Campylobacter jejuni causes 95% of campylobacter enterocolitis especially in children. ... HELICOBACTER PYLORI Morphology It is similar to campylobacter in morphology but differs in: Having multiple sheathed polar flagella.
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Some of them are as follows: Campylobacter (or Helicobacter pylori) Salmonella Vibrio parahemolyticus Giardia lamblia More recently, a newer strain of Vibrio, known as “Bengal strain” (Vibrio cholera O139) caused a big epidemic in India, ...
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Pathogenesis of infection by C. pylori . In: Blaser MJ, Ed., Campylobacter pylori in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. New York, Igaku-Shoin, 1989, pgs. 115-133.
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Vibrio, Campylobacter, Helicobacter (Gram negative, enteric tract), Lecture 43 Faculty: Dr. Alvin Fox 1 ... Campylobacter Slide 60 Helicobacter pylori Urease Slide 63 Therapy -Helicobacter Summary statement Therapy ...
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... Biofilms Helicobacter pylori Virulence, Cell invasion Haemophilus influenzae Motility, Type III Secretion Escherichia coli EPEC ... Toxins Campylobacter jejuni Virulence Borrelia burgdorferi Development Bacillus subtilis Biofilms Bacillus cereus Growth Bacillus anthracis Periodontal ...
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... anthrasis Salmonella enteridis Streptococcus pyogenes Steptococcus lactis Streptococcus faecalis Erlichia canis Campylobacter jujuni Helicobacter pylori Enterobacter aerogenes Microbial World and You Chapter 1 What is Microbiology? Micro - too small to be seen with the naked eye Bio - life ...
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Causes pandemics that spread around the world Lack of adequate sewage treatment * Campylobacter Campylobacter jejuni: ... Gram – rods-2 Chlamydia Chlamydial diseases Sexually transmitted Chlamydial disease Gram negative curved rods Campylobacter Helicobacter pylori ...
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Bacteria (Campylobacter pylori) for Guillain-Barre syndrome? Cook your chicken! White meat—170° F Dark ... The incidence of bacterial gastroenteritis caused by salmonella and Campylobacter may be increased in patients taking PPIs, but no association with H2 blockers has been found ...
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... Campylobacter Campylobacter jejuni Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter pylori Pseudomonas aeruginosa Straight or slightly curved G- bacilli, motile (polar flagella), 0.5 to 1.0 x 1.5 – 5.0 mm. Contain cytochromeoxidase Produce different pigments ...
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Chapter 23 Microbial Diseases of the Digestive System Figure 23.1 Major structures of the digestive system Figure 23.2 Detailed structure of teeth and socket Figure 23.3 The process of tooth decay Figure 23.4 The role of Helicobacter pylori in the formation of ulcers Figure 23.5 The action of ...
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CAUSES Usually follows a nonspecific viral infection by about 10 days - 4 weeks AGENTS: Campylobacter jejuni, H.pylori, EBV, CMV Mycoplasma pneumoniae West Nile virus also may cause GB like syndrome Also reported following administration of vaccines against rabies, ...
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Defenses of the digestive system are very strong & keep many infections from ever happening. ... HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Similar to Campylobacter in morphology and growth characteristics. Slender. Microaerophilic. Gram-negative curved rod. Polar flagella.
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Gastric Metaplasia Of The Duodenal Bulb Correlates With Acid Exposure But NOT With H pylori Infection Chronic ... 1952. 2) Wyatt JI, Rathbone BJ, Dixon MF, Heatley RW. Campylobacter pyloris and acid induced gastric metaplasia in the pathogenesis of duodenitis. J Clin Pathol 1987 ...
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A Bloody Mess Upper GI Bleeding Tim Pfanner, MD, COL, USAR(ret) Asst Professor of Medicine Chief, Section of IBD & Nutrition
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GENUS: CAMPYLOBACTER Prof. Khalifa Sifaw Ghenghesh ... Oxidase +ve > 15 species of Helicobater H. pylori Helicobacter pylori 3D morphology Helicobacter pylori showing typical thin, comma- or S-shaped forms (72 h culture). 1. H. pylori Natural Habitat: - Human gastric mucosa.
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Chair of Medical Biology, Microbiology, Virology, and Immunology PATHOGENIC SPIROCHETES Lecturer Prof. S.I. Klymnyuk Groups of spiral shaped bacteria, which are pathogenic for human Vibrio Campylobacter Helicobacter Spirilla Spirochetes Treponema Borrelia Leptospira Evolution of spiral-shaped ...
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Campylobacter pylori. Desde entonces, han sido hechos muchísimos reportes sobre HP y su potencial patogénico. Lo más estudiado: su papel en la enfermedad péptica y úlcera. Antecedentes. Bacteria ubicua, móvil, Gram negativo en forma de espiral.
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... Lo nombraron primero Campylobacter pyloridis y más tarde Campylobacter pylori. Desde entonces, han sido hechos muchísimos reportes sobre HP y su potencial patogénico. Lo más estudiado: su papel en la enfermedad péptica y úlcera.
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No fever Helicobacter pylori 70-90% of population in developing countries. Almost 45% in developed countries ... Mucosal invasion Minimal invasion: Norwalk virus, Rotavirus, other viruses Variable invasion: Aeromonas sp., Campylobacter sp., Salmonella sp., Vibrio parahemolyticus Severe ...
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5- Microaerophilic bacteria grow well in low oxygen concentrations and higher carbon dioxide concentrations; ex. Campylobacter & Heliobacter pylori killed by higher concentrations of oxygen mixture of 5 % O2 , 10 % CO2 and 85 % N2 Why is oxygen is harmful?
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The organism was first named Campylobacter-like ("curved rod") organism, then Campylobacter pylori. Its name was later changed to H. pylori, however, when biochemical and genetic characterization showed that it was not a member of the Campylobacter genus.
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The Pleomorphic Curved S or U-Shaped Bacilli: The Genus Helicobacter and Campylobacter: Helicobacter pylori :-Gram’s negative pleomorphic S or U-shaped Bacilli.
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This was then found to be linguistically incorrect, and the name was corrected to Campylobacter pylori. Later, molecular studies showed that it was not very closely related to the other campylobacters, and they then became the type species of a new genus, Helicobacter.
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... Spirilla: Campylobacter jejuni (causes diarrhea esp. in children), Helicobacter pylori (causes peptic ulcers) Fungi Decomposers that ... 0157:H7), Bacillus anthracis (Anthrax), Clostridium botulinum (Botulism Toxin Producer) Spirilla: Campylobacter jejuni (causes diarrhea ...
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