clostridium

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Related to clostridial: clostridial myonecrosis, clostridial toxin
  • noun

Synonyms for clostridium

spindle-shaped bacterial cell especially one swollen at the center by an endospore

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The question of the pathogenesis of clostridial sepsis post cholecystectomy remains unanswered given that such a low incidence is reported in the face of a relatively high rate existence of the bacteria.
Clostridial neurotoxins: Handbook of experimental pharmacology.
Clifford McDonald said at a meeting on emerging clostridial disease sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ault said in an interview following a 1-day meeting on emerging clostridial disease sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that he attended on behalf of ACOG.
Research presentations in Atlanta reported a causal association between the suppression of the immune system by RU486 and death from ordinarily run-of-the-mill Clostridial bacteria.
Clostridial bacteremia and death following chemoembolization for hepatocellular carcinoma.
And if we could produce a clostridial vaccine that was that effective, I cannot believe that every horse would not receive it, because this is just an appalling disease.
Clostridial sepsis with massive intravascular hemolysis: rapid diagnosis and successful treatment.
Clostridial organisms and their medical ramifications have long fascinated and intrigued me, especially in the context of clostridial bacteremia.
Without these natural nitrates we would probably kill ourselves with food poisoning because the natural conditions of digestion are perfect for bacterial growth and clostridial toxin production.
Approved indications for clinical HBO administration include; treatment of decompression sickness, carbon monoxide poisoning, clostridial myonecrosis (gas gangrene), crush injuries, compartment syndrome, or other injuries resulting in acute traumatic ischemia.
Poster Presentation (#IR-005): Pharmacoepidemiology of Clostridial Collagenase Ointment for the Treatment of Pressure Ulcers in Outpatient Care Settings
Excessively dry silage can heat and spoil, while excessively wet silage can lose nutrients through effluent seepage or even undergo undesirable clostridial fermentation.
Although immunosuppressive viruses often have been associated with susceptibility to gangrenous dermatitis (cellulitis), we hypothesize that production stressors alone also can undermine resistance to opportunistic pathogens by increasing bacterial translocation from the intestine and disrupting the skin's antimicrobial barrier, resulting in subcutaneous lesions referred to as cellulitis and recently named turkey clostridial dermatitis (CD).
Xiaflex is a biologic medicine (made from the protein product of a living organism, collagenase clostridial histolyticum).