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an organism (especially a bacterium) that does not require air or free oxygen to live

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Most patients with OM caused by anaerobic organisms have an anaerobic infection elsewhere in their body which is the source of the hematogenous spread.
The inadequate incubation times for anaerobic organism detection resulted in the reporting of false negative results.
15,16] Prevention of complications includes effective antibacterial medical therapy to start with to eliminate aerobic and anaerobic organism from the tissues.
In the remaining 4(6%) samples mixed growth containing both aerobic and anaerobic organism was observed.
This study includes the use of FBS (Fasting blood sugar) to determine glycaemic control, the use of patients' records and interviews to determine the duration of diabetes and the fact that anaerobic organisms were not isolated due to our inability to use anaerobic methods in the culturing of the wound specimen is a limitation.
are classified as anaerobes, anaerobic organisms (including Veillonella spp.
Anaerobic organisms provide an excellent example of this benefit.
Captozyme also serves the industry by furthering process development and manufacturing in the field of anaerobic organisms.
In a retrospective review, it was compared the efficacy of wound management with daily povidone iodine dressing versus Dakin's solution (sodium hypochlorite) which has wide antimicrobial efficacy against aerobic and anaerobic organisms.
The procedure suggested by Abi Rashid would allow for organic compounds living in anaerobic organisms to break down.
Initial empiric antibiotic therapy should cover Clostridium species as well as aerobic and anaerobic organisms, as diabetic foot infections are often polymicrobial.
new incubation chamber moreover enables to carry out difficult long-term experiments with anaerobic organisms, tissue isolates to experiment with the effect of temperature over a wide range and multidimensional automated analysis in a multi-well culture plates, which is currently impossible.
The test is developed and manufactured by Techlab Inc - a US institution dedicated to the study of anaerobic organisms and is being distributed by Alere.
Total of 24(16%) anaerobic organisms were isolated which shows similar result with Dipali AC et al.
Microbiology specialist Lab M has added a new product to its range of dehydrated culture media for the detection of anaerobic organisms associated with sulphide spoilage in food.