necrotising fasciitis


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necrotising fasciitis

[ˈnekrəʊtaɪzɪŋfæʃɪˈaɪtɪs] N (Med) → fascitis f necrotizante

necrotising fasciitis

n (Med) → nekrotisierende Fasciitis
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Janet Hardman died from flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis just days after a minor operation at Arrowe Park hospital.
Andrea was then transferred to hospital in Durham, where she was diagnosed with the flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis, caused by the insect bite.
In October last year, two new mothers revealed they were both almost killed by the flesheating bug necrotising fasciitis at the Victoria's maternity ward.
The two cases were not any sort of rare necrotising fasciitis, which is a serious bacterial infection that spreads rapidly and destroys the body's soft tissue, according to the U.
But four days later, Sarah - mum to 16-monthold girl Lauren - died on an operating table at Stoke Mandeville Hospital as surgeons tried in vain to stop the rapidly spreading bug, necrotising fasciitis.
However, within a matter of hours, her condition had deteriorated so badly officers at Wrexham police station brought her back to hospital where she later died A post-mortem examination revealed that death was due to septicaemia (blood poisoning) brought on by "venous gangrene" in her leg and necrotising fasciitis - flesh eating bacteria.
Russell Kimble, 39, weighed 27st when he picked up the lethal necrotising fasciitis during a routine op to remove a groin abscess.
Streptococcal necrotising fasciitis from diverse strains of Streptococcus pyogenes in tropical northern Australia: Case series and comparison with the literature.
Necrotising fasciitis of the head and neck: review of the literature and report of a case.
Tony Young On a patient killed by a flesh-eating bug My daughter had necrotising fasciitis.
Post operative abdominal wall mucormycosis mimicking as bacterial necrotising fasciitis.
Necrotising fasciitis is an aggressive form of soft tissue infection which, even with modern medical care, has a high mortality rate (1).