bacteraemic


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bacteraemic

(ˌbæktɪəˈriːmɪk)
adj
containing, caused by, or pertaining to bacteraemia
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Meningitis (n = 38) was the most common manifestation of the IPD cases (n = 71), bacteraemic pneumonia and bacteraemia without focus accounted for 25 and 8 cases, respectively.
It is a point to be addressed in subsequent studies because patients with VRE colonisation are more likely to become bacteraemic as focused in other studies.
6] The impact of PCV in reducing pneumonia hospitalisation, mortality, bacteraemic disease and clinical disease in children has been reported in several studies.
Fatal outcome of bacteraemic patients caused by infection with staphylokinase-deficient Staphylococcus aureus strains.
sup][4] Endotoxemia broadly parallels the frequency and importance of GN patient sepsis [sup][5] and is only not detected in >20% GN bacteraemic patients among the 58 studies overall or >20% studies of patients with sepsis syndrome.
Influence of pneumococcal serotype group on outcome in adults with bacteraemic pneumonia.
3] Inappropriate use can also result in the development of antibiotic resistance among bacteraemic pathogens.
Determinants of outcome in patients with bacteraemic pneumococcal pneumonia: importance of early adequate treatment.
Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of selected bacteraemic isolates from South African public sector hospitals, 2010.
Synflorix is a paediatric pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) aimed at delivering protection against invasive pneumococcal diseases, such as meningitis, bacteraemic pneumonia and sepsis It also helps to provide protection against pneumococcal middle ear infection, otherwise known as acute otitis media (AOM).
Bacteraemic patients were given medical care by different nursing staff.