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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coli as most common bacteria in the community causing bacteraemia, respiratory and urinary tract infection.
The contaminations had led to severe bacteraemia, meningitis, catheter related infection, respiratory infection, haemoperitoneum and renal transplant infection.
This includes reducing the rates of healthcare acquired infections, with Cwm Taf University Health Board currently reporting the lowest rates of Clostridium difficile and MRSA bacteraemia rate across all health boards in Wales, educating and training staff around patient safety procedures and introducing Sepsis Six boxes to provide an immediate response for staff to treat patients.
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Since April 2012, 260 central line associated bacteraemia (CLAB) or blood stream infections have been avoided, a $5.
chitiniclastica bacteraemia in this patient was the wood-related soft-tissue infection, although maggots were never observed in his wound.
Of the 65(67%) patients suffering from bacteraemia and sepsis, 32(57%) had expired, of which 22(60%) were aged less than 1 month.
Throughout that period the hospital has also achieved a zero rating for both the bloodstream infection MRSA bacteraemia and Clostridium Difficile - C.
Perhaps 1% of enteric infections with non-typhoidal Salmonella result in bacteraemia.
He hoped that the symposium would help create public awareness for the prevention and cure of infectious diseases like polio, pneumonia, yellow fever, measles, meningitis and bacteraemia.