Biology 16     Microbiology

Information about the live patient has been posted please note the patient's organism was Oxidase negative.

       

Fall 2011 Instructor Dr. Janet Fulks

Phone: 395- 4381     Office: SE 36     jfulks@bakersfieldcollege.edu

Office Hours: Office hours MW 7:30- 8:00; TTH 2-3Virtual Office hour Sunday 4-5:30PM
Class Hours
:

CRN 74595 MW Lecture MW 8:00 – 9:25 AM  & Lab  MW 9:35 AM –12:45 PM in SE 37

CRN 74594 TTH  Lecture TTH 8:00 – 9:25 AM  & Lab  TTH 9:35 AM –12:45 PM in SE 37

Link to Chapter 8 info

 

Links to Resources for Course Work

Syllabus

 Microbiology Schedule Fall 2011 CRN 74595 MW

Microbiology Schedule Fall 2011 CRN 74594 TTH

 

Lecture Notes

Lab Manual

Lecture Objectives   

Lab Objectives

Quick Links
Education Pays
Gram Stain Flow Chart
Link to Size/scale webpage
Student Learning Outcomes

Safety Rules 

Streaking for Isolation
Streaking for Isolation Power Point
Gram Stain and Isolation Rubric

Papers in Microbiology

Getting the A

 
Learning Styles and Strategies GRADES
MW

TTH

Links for Microbiology Clinical Notebook Course Point Worksheet

Help With Graphing

Team Case Studies

For those interested in Laboratory Medicine or becoming a Clinical Laboratory Scientist (like James, Alex and I)

email Alex at
alejpere@bakersfieldcollege.edu

Student Information Form Safety Contract

Project Descriptions

Projects Schedule

Click here for the presentation dates for the projects

Parasitic Diseases NPR IN THE NEWS

Salmonella Outbreak & Turkey

E.coli in Europe

Salmonella and Eggs

DEADLY COLD VIRUS ?

VIDEO SERIES - UNSEEN LIFE ON EARTH

http://www.learner.org/resources/series121.html#

 

CLINICAL LABORATORY MEDICINE

 

Live Patient Rubric and FINAL EXAM


Sanford Guide Practice

Do Microbes Communicate?
(This links you to the research lab)

Dr. Bassler's Research
(This links you to the NPR story)

 

Big Book of Viruses

Do Viruses cause Obesity?

Check out the research

Prions update

Are all Prions bad?

Final Exam Topics

Immunology Flow Charting Rubric

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1801 Panorama Dr. - Bakersfield, CA 93305 - (661)395-4381
Date last updated 06/18/2012
©Janet Fulks

 

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11/15

Vitals

Temp - 98.3F

BP-93/59mmHg

54.43kg

 

Tachycardia

Hypotension

BP lo

 

Right jugular central line

BP lo

Temp normal

BP lo

Temp normal

BP normal

Temp normal

 

Lab tests

CBC

Hgb 11.4 low

Hct 32.6 low

WBC 12.5 high

RBC 3.61 low

 

 

Neutrophils 92.4% high

Lymphs 4.3% low

 

CBC

Hgb 12.6 Low

Hct 29.5 Low

WBC 12.6

RBC 3.27 low

Hgb 10.3 low

Hct 29.5 low

Neutrophils high 91.5%

Lymphs low 4.2%

 

CBC

Hgb 9.6 Low

Hct 29.4 Low

WBC 6.3

RBC 3.05  low

Hgb 9.6 low

Hct 27.6 low

Neutrophils high 85.9%

Lymphs 7.8% low

 

CBC

Hgb 10.5 Low

Hct 29.4 Low

WBC 6.7

RBC 2.74  low

Hgb 8.9 low

Hct 24.7 low

Neutrophils high 85.7%

Lymphs 8.2% low

 

CBC

Hgb 12.6

Hct 37.3

WBC 5.5

RBC 3.93

 

 

 

Chemistry

Sodium 124

K+  3.0 low

Cl95  low

Creatinine 1.7 high

Chemistry

Sodium 128 low

K+  3.2 low

Cl98  low

 

Chemistry

Sodium 124

K+  3.0 low

Cl95  low

 

Chemistry

Sodium 136

K+  4.1 low

Cl107  low

 

 Chemistry

Vit B12 high Normal

Fe

TIBC

Fe Sat

Retic%

Folate

 

UA

Dark Yellow

Cloudy

2+protein

1+ bilirubin

Trace blood

WBC Hi

RBC Hi

Mod bacteria

Hyaline casts

Granular casts

Cellular casts

 

       

Microbiology

Urine Culture

30,000/ml GNR

Oxidase -

Glucose+

Lactose+

Blood Culture

No growth

Blood Culture

No growth

Blood Culture

No growth

 

Infused

Normal Saline

Zosyn

Vancomycin

D5N5

Dilaudid

Zophran

Morphine

Normal Saline

Zosyn

Vancomycin

Tylenol

Flagyl

Discharged with Metronidazole

Omeprazole

Ciprofloxacin

Cephalexin

 

 

 

BIOL B16 General Microbiology (5 units) Course Goal:

Introduction to the study of microorganisms and topics relevant to the microbial world including a survey of microorganisms, physical and chemical agents to control microorganisms, bacterial genetics, bacterial metabolism, bacterial diseases and modes of transmission, fungal and protozoal infections, viral diseases, immunology, public health and epidemiology, nosocomial infections, biogenetic engineering, applications to food, water and sewage treatment. Prerequisite: Any college level chemistry and any college level biology course.

Hours: 54 lect, 108 lab. Field trips required. CCS: Liberal Arts and Sciences. Transferable: UC, CSU and private colleges. CAN BIOL 14; BC GE 5; CSU GE B.2, B.3; IGETC 5.B.

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