anaerobic

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Synonyms for anaerobic

living or active in the absence of free oxygen

not aerobic

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1-4) Anaerobic infection of the bony spine and disk spaces is uncommon and appears to account for less than 3% of all spinal infections.
Anaerobic infection of the peritoneum is rare and accounts for only about 3% of the total cases of peritoneal infection in CAPD patients.
For example, hospitals in developing countries still routinely obtain and process anaerobic blood cultures, despite that a positive anaerobic blood culture often reflects an underlying anaerobic infection (e.
In addition, thoracic radiography showed only bilateral diffuse pulmonary infiltrates, which was not suggestive of an anaerobic infection.
In turn the process super oxygenates and feeds the cells, and in so doing eradicates anaerobic infections without addiction, side effects, or problems.
Whidden that by restoring a balance to the body and purging toxic gas issues immediately from the body, toxic acidic gas reconciliation restores body function, super oxygenates and feeds the cells, and in so doing eradicates anaerobic infections without addiction, side effects, or problems.
Bacteroides species are a major cause of anaerobic infections, and though they are part of a healthy human gut flora, when these bacteria escape the gut, they can cause bacteremia and abscess formation.
Currently recommended treatment regimens for neutropenic fever do not include treatment for anaerobic infections.