staphylococcal infection

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an infection with staphylococcus bacteria

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The prevalence of MRSA in infectious samples ([approximately equal to] 21%), all positive for mecA, was consistent with the overall prevalence of staphylococcal infections in France (18).
Staphylococcal infections are significant cause of morbidity and mortality in tropical countries.
In Nigeria, staphylococcal infections were treatable with drugs such as penicillin, gentamicin, streptomycin, erythromycin, cotrimoxazole, chloramphenicol and tetracycline until 1987 when Rotimi et al7 isolated strains of Staph aureus resistant to methicillin.
Staphylococcal infection is rare in nursing mothers.
Despite the increasing incidence of community-acquired MRSA/MSSA infections, the gyms that we studied do not appear to be significant sources of staphylococcal infection," commented lead investigator Kathleen Ryan.
Ardura emphasized that more research is needed because the results represent a one-time snapshot of what is going on in the cell during an invasive staphylococcal infection.
Professor Wasserman has an interest in innovative diagnostic techniques that can be effectively implemented in a limited resource environment, in the pathogenesis of staphylococcal infection, and also in medical eduation.
The news comes after three people who underwent the medical procedure died from the staphylococcal infection, which is common and found on skin.
A retrospective survey was performed on all identified cases of staphylococcal infection among individuals less than 25 years of age that were diagnosed through the ACMC clinical laboratory from January 2006 to December 2007.
The incidence of serious staphylococcal infection increased sharply after the introduction of antibiotics.
Inpatient mortality risks and overall treatment costs were significantly lower when tests for antimicrobial susceptibility were used in patents with a staphylococcal infection, according to the findings of an observational study of patients hospitalized during 2004-2005.
5,6) We present this to the clinician as an option to consider if the patient has a serious staphylococcal infection, such as a bacteremia, pneumonia, or internal body site infection.
SAMPLE QUESTIONS1 What word describes a deep red gem variety of garnet, is used in medicine for an inflammatory staphylococcal infection of the subcutaneous issues, and was used by Prince Charles in 1984 as a term of architectural criticism?
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