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wound infection. Afr J Microbiol Res 4, 2498–2502 (2010). Yaghobi R Evaluation of fluorescent in situ hybridization for rapid diagnosis of enterococcal wound infection

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. Vally , H. , Whittle , A. , Cameron , S. , Dowse , G. K. and Watson , T. ( 2004 ): Outbreak of Aeromonas hydrophila wound infections associated with mud football . Clin. Infect. Dis. 38 , 1084 – 1089 .

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Heike Granzer, Ralf Matthias Hagen, Philipp Warnke, Wolfgang Bock, Tobias Baumann, Norbert Georg Schwarz, Andreas Podbielski, Hagen Frickmann, and Thomas Koeller

, 1124 – 1130 ( 2012 ) 9. Essayagh M , Essayagh T , Essayagh S , El Hamzaoui S : Epidemiology of burn wound infection in Rabat, Morocco: three

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Passaro, D. J. et al.: Postoperative Serratia marcescens wound infections traced to an out-of-hospital source. Journal of Infectious Diseases 175 , 992–995 (1997). Passaro D. J

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Mohsen Heidary, Alireza Salimi Chirani, Saeed Khoshnood, Gita Eslami, Seyyed Mohammad Atyabi, Habibollah Nazem, Mohammad Fazilati, Ali Hashemi, and Saleh Soleimani

Introduction Acinetobacter baumannii is a major opportunistic, non-fermenting, Gram-negative pathogen in healthcare settings worldwide, and it is now being isolated at an increasing rate from wound infections [1

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Kedvezőbb műtéti eredmények „onlay” hálóval, mint „sublay” helyzetben beültetettel

Varrattal, illetve hálóbeültetéssel történő hasfal-rekonstrukció prospektív, randomizált, multicentrikus vizsgálata – ötéves utánkövetés eredményei

Magyar Sebészet
Authors: György Wéber, József Baracs, and Örs Péter Horváth

R Rozin Y Wax 1990 The Israeli Study of Surgical Infection of drains and the risk of wound infection in operations for hernia

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., McCabe, J. P., Cammisa, F. P. Jr.: Postoperative spinal wound infection: a review of 2,391 consecutive index procedures. J. Spinal Disord., 2000, 13 (5), 422–426. Hegde, V., Meredith, D. S., Kepler, C. K., et al

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Biologia Futura
Authors: Gergely Sámuel Bartha, Gergő Tóth, Péter Horváth, Eszter Kiss, Nóra Papp, and Monika Kerényi

-l-phenanthrenecarboxylic acid as metabolites of AA II), these metabolites were detected in the urine ( Krumbiegel et al., 1987 ). In spite of the known toxic effect of AA, these compounds could be used topically against wound infection based on several examples from

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, difference in prevalence of ermA, ermC , and msrA genes was significant in clarithromycin- and clindamycin-resistant MRSA isolates. Discussion S. aureus remains a major cause of wound infection in patients

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Sara M. Van Bonn, Sebastian P. Schraven, Tobias Schuldt, Markus M. Heimesaat, Robert Mlynski, and Philipp C. Warnke

manifestations including ear infections, but also wound infections, skin and soft tissue infections, cholangitis, peritonitis, meningitis, and septicaemia [ 10, 13–17 ]. Commonly Vibrio bacteria are found as natural inhabitants of brackish- or saltwater aquatic

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