Strep Viridans: Infection & Treatment


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Which of these would be the least effective treatment for Strep viridans?

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1. Where are the Strep viridans most likely to be found?

2. Infection caused by Strep viridans might lead to:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

For this quiz and worksheet combination, you will be looking at treatment of Strep viridans and where they can be found in the body. You will also be asked about the characteristics of these bacteria.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Expect to find the following topics on this quiz and worksheet combo:

  • Effective treatments of Strep viridans
  • The typical location of Strep viridans
  • What infections by these bacteria may cause
  • What this group of bacteria are
  • The type of person most likely to get a Strep viridans infection

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - identify good and bad treatments for Strep viridans
  • Making connections - understand the outcomes of Strep viridan infection
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to identify where Strep viridans is often found

Additional Learning

To find out more, check out the lesson titled Strep Viridans: Infection & Treatment. There, you can find topics that include the following:

  • Compromised immune systems
  • Antibiotics
  • Battle between infection and treatment
  • Types of diganoses