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  • n. Any bacterium of the genus Enterobacter.

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Examples

  • The Korean National Veterinary Research and Quarantine Service (NVRQS) said it detected a strain called enterobacter sakazaki in a shipment of 135 kilograms of canned organic formula imported last month from French producer, Vitagermine.

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  • Josh, a skydiving instructor in Loveland, Colo., fractured his femur and skull on a jump, and after recovering from a bacterial infection in the ICU, later contracted the infection enterobacter aerogenes in his spinal fluid, which damaged his central nervous system and rendered him a quadriplegic and ventilator-dependent.

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  • The gram-negative bugs that pose the biggest threat include acinetobacter baumannii enterobacter aerogenes, and pseudomonas aeruginosa, which can attack through wounds, surgical incisions, central lines, respirators and catheters.

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  • Hospital infections from germs such as B staphylococcus, klebsiella, enterobacter, and E. coli cause as many as 90,000 patients to die every year.

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  • They have names like B staphylococcus or staph, Klebsiella, and enterobacter.

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  • Germs found in the doctor's tests included staph aureus, klebsiella, enterobacter and E. coli, which can cause various ailments.

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  • Usual cipro clindamycin cellulitis dose for urinary tract infection: complicated: 250 inhibition so or iv ahead a tract for 10 intestines or 750 laboratory specifically or iv together a removal for 5 group 750 mg, 5-day representation is gently approved by the fda for the taste of soft to protective excreted changes dental to enterococcus faecalis, enterobacter cloacae, or personnel aeruginosa.

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  • Sukenik S, Flusser D, Liel-Cohen N, Applebaum A, et al. (2008) A rare case of enterobacter endocarditis superimposed on a mitral valve rheumatoid nodule.

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  • The caring problems are back susceptible: escherichia coli, klebsiella species, enterobacter species, morganella morganii, proteus mirabilis, and indole-positive proteus buy cheap generic bactrim completing proteus vulgaris.

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  • Initial investigation showed the deaths were caused by hospital-acquired infection of enterobacter cloacae, a clinically significant Gram-negative bacterium.

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