bacteraemia


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bacteraemia

(ˌbæktəˈriːmɪə) or

bacteremia

n
(Pathology) pathol the presence of bacteria in the blood
Translations
Bakteriämie
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Non-typhoidal salmonellae (NTS) are increasingly recognised as important pathogens causing bacteraemia, especially in immunocompromised patients.
Non-typhoidal Salmonella bacteraemia among HIV-infected Malawian adults: high mortality and frequent recrudescence.
In 2013, there were no cases of MRSA bacteraemia reported across Spire hospitals and according to data from the Department of Health, three Spire hospitals ranked in the top 25 providers for hip replacement, with four also ranking in the top 10 for knee replacement.
In 2013 there were no cases of MRSA bacteraemia reported across Spire hospitals and according to data from the Department of Health, three Spire hospitals ranked in the top 25 providers for hip replacement, with four also ranking in the top 10 for knee replacement.
When the lambs are bitten by a tick, staphylococci bacteria can gain entry via the wound leading to a bacteraemia.
The 2013 outcome statistics for MRSA bacteraemia and C Diff for Spire Yale showed a rate of zero per cent.
Here we describe two patients with CM who developed methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteraemia during, or shortly after treatment with amphotericin B.
The tea party also marked a whole year with zero cases of MRSA bacteraemia at The Walton Centre.
A wide variety of bacteria can cause bacteraemia, two of the more common being staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus.
Analysis of hospitalizations due to bacteraemia related to the haemodialysis catheter
In 2011, about four to six patients a month developed a bloodstream infection called central line-associated bacteraemia or CLAB in ICUs.
We report a Klebisella oxytoca bacteraemia outbreak in an ICU of a 1500-bed tertiary care hospital.