Welcome to the macroworld of microbiology 13 2

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Welcome to the macroworld of microbiology 13 2

  1. 1. Second year Lab Medicine (Females) 1433- 1434 A.H. / 2012- 2013 Microbiology Practical (Course I)Welcome to the Macroworld of Microbiology :By Mrs. Hibah Abdul-Wahab I. Abu-Sulaiman
  2. 2. What are the life forms?Humans.Animals.Plants. – And…
  3. 3. Microbes
  4. 4. 4 WH Questions• What are microbes?• Where do they live?• When do they survive?• Why they are participating other life forms?
  5. 5. So the study of microbes is called… Microbiology
  6. 6. Why do we study microbiology??Microbes have dominated Earth for more than 3 billion years.
  7. 7. Why do we study medical microbiology???
  8. 8. Nine out of ten cells in our bodies are microbes So, why are we not suffering from any disease all the time?
  9. 9. When microbes can cause a disease?Weak immune system.Pathogenic microbial invasion.Invasion to a sterile body site.
  10. 10. ObjectivesTypes of microbes.Definition of microbes.A sample story in bacteriology lab.
  11. 11. Microbes Include…Bacteria.Viruses.Parasites.Fungi.
  12. 12. Bacteria• Unicellular prokaryotes.• Examples: – Staphylococcus spp. – Vibrio cholera.
  13. 13. Viruses• Smallest infectious particle.• Example: – Rotavirus.
  14. 14. Parasites• Eukaryotes, unicellular or multicelluar.• Example: – Giardia lambia.
  15. 15. Fungi• Eukaryotes, in a unicellular or filamentous form.• Example: – Trichophyton rubrum
  16. 16. An ending story… Please… Don’t sleep
  17. 17. Once upon a time… Hinds’ 12th birthday
  18. 18. In the next day…
  19. 19. She went to A Gastroenterologist
  20. 20. A Stool Sample Was Requested
  21. 21. In Microbiology Lab
  22. 22. In the Next Day
  23. 23. And After Reading the Culture Media
  24. 24. And Performing the Biochemical Tests
  25. 25. It was Escherichia coli
  26. 26. The Microbiologist Decided to Perform Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing (AST)
  27. 27. In the Next Day of AST
  28. 28. After 3 Days of Medication
  29. 29. Am I right when I said theMacroworld of Microbiology
  30. 30. When someone speaks about another,What is the first thing that comes into your mind??!
  31. 31. Face
  32. 32. Is it…?Rectangular face Square shaped face Elongated faceSpherical face Triangular face
  33. 33. His Behavior
  34. 34. Does he like to work in a group, alone or…?
  35. 35. So now after knowing these two things, you can speak to him/ her
  36. 36. They live and behave like we do in our society
  37. 37. Objectives• To define different bacterial morphologies.• To define their arrangements together.
  38. 38. Face
  39. 39. Is it…?Spherical face Rectangular face Elongated face
  40. 40. Bacteria are exactly the same…Spherical face Rectangular faceElongated face
  41. 41. What about theirarrangements?!
  42. 42. How does the Turkish pilgrims look like in their groups?
  43. 43. Accordingly… Staphylococci
  44. 44. Staphylococci Staff
  45. 45. How does the Malaysian pilgrims look like in their groups?
  46. 46. Accordingly… Streptococci
  47. 47. Streptococci strip
  48. 48. In pairsDiplococci
  49. 49. The same is applied for bacilli
  50. 50. Is there any other type?! Spirilla
  51. 51. Vibrio
  52. 52. Some are flagellated
  53. 53. Hmm, did you like bacteria?!
  54. 54. Lets revise their morphologies and arrangements
  55. 55. Before enteringThe Microbiology Lab Be sure offollowing the safety rules
  56. 56. Safety inMicrobiology Laboratory
  57. 57. Aims of following safety rules and practices• To prevent the occurrence of accidental infections in the lab and reduce them if they occur.• Prevent potentially harmful microbes from leaving the lab.
  58. 58. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Wash your hands with soap and water before you begin and after you finish your work and before leaving the lab.
  59. 59. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Decontaminate your work surface before and after you work
  60. 60. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • No bags inside the lab.
  61. 61. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Wear only closed- toed shoes in the laboratory.
  62. 62. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Wear lab scrub and fully- buttoned lab coat.
  63. 63. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Tight your hair. • No cosmetics
  64. 64. Safety in the Microbiology Lab• If you are: – Injured… – Immunocompromised.. – Pregnant… – Allergic to latix…
  65. 65. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Be careful not to burn yourself when using Bunsen burner.
  66. 66. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Keep your hands away from your mouth and eyes…
  67. 67. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Do not eat, drink or chew gum while you are in the lab
  68. 68. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Avoid using electronic devices … – Mobiles, MP3 players, laptops…
  69. 69. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Never mouth pipetting.
  70. 70. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Always keep cultures in a test tube rack whether you are working at your bench or walking about in the lab.
  71. 71. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Place all contaminated tubes, plates and waste materials in appropriate receptacles for subsequent sterilization.
  72. 72. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • If you spill a chemical on your skin, immediately wash the affected area. If a chemical or a culture gets into your eye, immediately wash your eye for 5 min.
  73. 73. Safety in the Microbiology Lab• If anything containing viable bacteria spills, cover the spell or broken glass with a paper towel and a generous amount of disinfectant to remain on the slip for at least 20 min. before cleaning it up.
  74. 74. Safety in the Microbiology Lab• Sweep up pieces of broken glass (after disinfection if necessary) and place them in the specified container.
  75. 75. Safety in the Microbiology Lab • Place sharps, such as syringes and slides, in a designated sharp containers.
  76. 76. Safety in the Microbiology Lab• Do not keep cultures in your lab drawer or locker when you have finished with them.• Do not remove cultures, reagents, or other materials from the lab unless you have permission to do so.
  77. 77. Safety in the Microbiology Lab• Know the first aid kit location in your lab.
  78. 78. Recommended Book Stay Tuned
  79. 79. To Contact Me• Register on FB: Hibah’s microclasses Note: please send your name and Gp#• e-mail: abusulaiman.hw1@gmail.com
  80. 80. Thank you for paying attentionAny Questions???

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