focal infection


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bacterial infection limited to a specific organ or region especially one causing symptoms elsewhere

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Impact of rapid viral testing for influenza A and B viruses on management of febrile infants without signs of focal infection.
The results of our study are remarkably similar, because the light focal infections were consistently found in a pallial organ, whereas heavier and more diffuse infections observed QPX in the visceral mass as well.
Nine had focal infection (64%), 8 of whom were diagnosed with acute enterocolitis and 1 with acute tonsillitis.
The focal infection serves as a direct source of bacteria from the underlying infection through the bloodstream and lymph system to spread systemically to all tissues in the body.
Objective: To determine the influence of rapid diagnosis of influenza on patient management and laboratory tests as well as the length of the stay in the emergency department of children presenting with influenza-like illness (ILI) without signs of focal infection.
6 Clinical form Maternal/neonatal 67 64 44 55 Not maternal/neonatal 202 199 144 165 Bacteriema 122 110 85 89 Central nervous system infection 65 73 51 67 Focal infection 15 16 8 9 Characteristic 2003 2004 2005 2006 No.
In contrast, in developed countries the incidence peaks between 6 and 18 months of age, and bacteremia without focal infection is the most common clinical syndrome.
His approach is based on the meridian theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine and focal infection theory.
99/18 H366 Pneumonia + +++ - - 20/07 H378 Pneumonia - - - - Focal infection/bacteremia, no STSS 95/8 H295 Cellulitis - - - - 98/1 H319 Cellulitis - - - - 20/01 H369 Pelvic clot - - - - 20/04 H370 Thromobosis - - - - Focal infection, no bacteremia, no STSS 97/15 H307 Bursitis - - + +++ 97/18 H308 Cellulitis + - - - 97/21 H311 Cellulitis - - - - 97/23 H314 Cellulitis + - - - 97/24 H315 Cellulitis + - - - 97/26 H316 Amnionitis - - + +++ sag/gene/SAg protein production spe-g SPE-G spe-h SPE-H Focal infection/bacteremia with STSS 94/31 H292 Fasciitis + - + - 95/02 H293 Fasciitis + - + - 96/2 H297 Peritonitis + ++ - - 98/5 H325 Fasciitis + - - - 98/8 H327 Cellulitis + + - - 98/11 H330 Endometritis + - - - 99/1 H360 Occult bact.
Clinical syndromes in the 87 nonperinatal cases were primary bacteremia in 41 (47%), meningitis in 24 (28%), bacteremia with a focal infection in 18 (21%), and focal infection without bacteremia in 4 (5%) (Table 2).