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Synonyms for bacteremia

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

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Although this finding is seemingly inconsistent with the pathogenic nature of the bacterial invasion of vessels, it is not uncommon; according to other case reports in the literature, only about 50% of these patients are bacteremic.
Bacteremic pneumococcal infections in immunocompromised patients without AIDS: the impact of betalactam resistance on mortality.
The proportion of cases of LRTI attributable to pneumococcus remains a challenge as only a minority of cases are bacteremic (3-30%) (15-17), few lung puncture studies are performed on healthy children and the specificity of other diagnostic studies has not been established.
OIF/ OEF patients were more likely to be bacteremic than other burn patients.
Community-acquired MRSA strains differ from nosocomial strains in clinically relevant ways, such as in their propensity to cause a distinct spectrum of frequently bacteremic infections, especially complicated skin and soft tissue and pulmonary infections including cutaneous abscesses, necrotizing fasciitis, severe necrotizing pneumonia, empyema, and septic pulmonary emboli and other metastatic infection (John & Schreiber, 2006; Gerogianni et al, 2006; Miles et al, 2005; Kowalski et al, 2005; Gorak et al, 1999).
Non-infected larvae obtaining blood from a bacteremic vertebrate reservoir host (e.
Protection against bacteremic pneumococcal infection by antibody to pneumolysin.
Abstract: A 42-year-old patient presented acutely with bacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia along with metastatic pneumococcal infection of the hip joint.
The complete absence of heterophils on the day that this falcon was admitted suggests that this bird was bacteremic or even septicemic.
Like CT, MRI also saves the patient from the additional discomfort and potential bacteremic consequences, sometimes leading to septic shock, which may be encountered from a transrectal ultrasound examination.
This organism has been increasingly reported as the etiologic agent of various human infections, including bacteremic and fatal pleuropulmonary infections.
Continued eradication was also seen in 15 of the 21 initially bacteremic patients with eradication at first follow-up.
66] The subgroup of bacteremic patients is commonly examined retrospectively in the analysis of the results of trials of novel therapies for sepsis to identify possible unequal therapeutic responses.
a sepsis) documented between day 5 and day 8: two bacteremic pneumonias (Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) and two bacteremias (Enterobacter cloacae).