bacteremia

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Synonyms for bacteremia

transient presence of bacteria (or other microorganisms) in the blood

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In sub-Saharan Africa, invasive NTS is a major cause of bacteraemia in adults and children, [7] with an estimated annual incidence of 175 388/100 000 children aged 3-5 years and 1 800-9 000/100 000 HIV-infected adults.
There were no clinical signs suggestive of complicated bacteraemia and the patient was discharged after 14 days of vancomycin therapy.
Some instances of bacteraemia are very short-lived.
However their duration is limited and they frequently present complications, such as bacteraemia related to the haemodialysis catheter.
All patients responded well to antibiotic therapy and two cases were accepted as breakthrough bacteraemia.
RAWALPINDI -- Punjab government has introduced a vaccine called 'Pneumococcal' across the Punjab province aimed at protecting children from 9 lethal diseases like pneumonia, meningitis, sepsis, febrile bacteraemia and arthritis.
Chronic low level bacteraemia that occurs with chewing and tooth brushing and the presence of chronic inflammation are possible mechanisms.
The hospital has achieved large reductions in healthcare associated infections in recent years, including reporting only one case of healthcare associated MRSA bloodstream bacteraemia in two years and managing to come under its C diff targets for the 2011/12 financial year.
In infants it can cause bacteraemia, meningitis and necrotising enterocolitis.
Dr Fahmi Yousef Khan was published in the Journal of Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease for his successful study based on Hamad Hospital about the epidemiology of bacteraemia.
Richard Kirby, chief executive at the trust, said: "It really is great news that we have reached 187 days without an MRSA bacteraemia at the Manor Hospital.
London, Sept 7 (ANI): A new study has indicated that interventions targeting malaria, such as insecticide-treated bed nets, anti-malarial drugs and mosquito control, could substantially reduce cases of bacteraemia, which kill hundreds of thousands of children each year in Africa and worldwide.
An NHS West Midlands spokeswoman said: "The number of people contracting MRSA bacteraemia infections in the West Midlands is the lowest since statutory monitoring began.
Conjugate vaccines are largely used to prevent important invasive bacterial diseases such as bacteraemia (bloodstream infection), pneumonia, and meningitis, with the market leader achieving nearly USD3.
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust has seen the number of cases of MRSA bacteraemia and clostridium difficile (C.