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- adjective Of or pertaining to bacteremia.
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- adjective Of, pertaining to or having
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- adjective of or relating to or having bacteremia
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Critically ill and bacteremic, she was put on vancomycin.
Six of the patients had ventilator-associated pneumonia and 3 were bacteremic.
These findings suggest that differences in host responses and virulence mechanisms of different pathogenic microorganisms should be considered in treatment of bacteremic patients, and that new countermeasures beyond conventional antimicrobial medications are urgently needed.
The incidence of Gram-negative bacteremia was significantly higher in bacteremic ICU patients with septic shock than in those with sepsis or severe sepsis.
Cheng, et al. (2010) report that without a major change in the facility's bed-occupancy rate, nursing workforce, or the protocol of environmental cleansing throughout the study period, a stepwise reduction in ICU-onset non-bacteremic MRSA infection was observed: from
ICU onset bacteremic MRSA infection was significantly reduced from 1.94 (phase 1) to 0.9
The results provide insights into the pathogenesis of leptospirosis during the early bacteremic phase of infection.
Prevnar 13 is meant for the prevention of invasive pneumococcal disease (sepsis, meningitis, bacteremia, bacteremic pneumonia, and empyema), pneumonia, and acute otitis media caused by 13 types of streptococcus pneumoniae in infants and children of 6 weeks - 5 years of age.
While the introduction of antibiotics dramatically reduced the case fatality rate (CFR) for pneumococcal disease, the current CFR for bacteremic pneumococcal disease is still estimated at 5-10% in the United States, and may be twice as high among the elderly and in cases of meningitis
Hemodynamic studies and results of therapy in 50 patients with bacteremic shock.