Control of Microbes:Some potentially pathogenic bacteria and fungi

Control of Microbes:Some potentially pathogenic bacteria and fungi

Control of Microbes:Some potentially pathogenic bacteria and fungi

Control of Microbes: Physical, Chemical, and Antibiotic Methods

Some potentially pathogenic bacteria and fungi, including strains of Enterococcus, Staphylococcus, Candida, and Aspergillus, can survive for one to three months on a variety of materials found in hospitals, including scrub suits, lab coats, plastic aprons, and computer keyboards.

Give a brief description of each the above organisms and indicate why are they present in the hospital apparel and equipments more often and indicate 3 ways you can reduce their chance of spreading to the hospital patients.

 

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Pathogenic bacteria and fungi are those bacteria or fungi which can cause diseases or infections. One type of such a bacteria is enterococcus. Enterococcus is a certain kind of bacterium which is typically present in a person’s gastrointestinal tract as well as the female genitourinary tract……………………….

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