Tag: Bacillus

Laboratory Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Bacillus cereus 4.77/5 (13)

Laboratory Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Bacillus cereus

Laboratory Diagnosis of Bacillus cereus SPECIMENS: Faeces, vomitus, remaning food (if any), eye specimen (corneal swab) DIRECT DETECTION METHODS Microscopically the organisms appear as large gram positive rods in singles, pairs, or serpentine with square ends after Gram staining. Endospores formation are seen as unstained oval or round region within centre of cell. Spores are oval […]

Clinical manifestation and Pathogenicity of Bacillus cereus 4.8/5 (10)

Clinical manifestation and Pathogenicity of Bacillus cereus

Clinical manifestation of Bacillus cereus A. Food poisoning Two forms of food poisoning: vomiting disease (emetic form) and diarrheal disease (diarrheal form). Emetic form The emetic form of disease results from the consumption of contaminated rice. Most bacteria are killed during the initial cooking of the rice, but the heat-resistant spores survive. If the cooked […]

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