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. aureus was isolated from 73 consecutive patients with different infective conditions as shown in Table 1 . Non-surgical wound infections accounted for the largest percentage (30.1%); followed by otitis media (12.3%); pelvic inflammatory disease (10

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systemic infections, both species can play a role in superficial infections such as wound infections [ 21 – 23 ] or in urinary tract infections [ 24 , 25 ]. While the etiological relevance of both of these facultatively pathogenic species under the

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, S Uma , C Sivagurunathan , P Bhuvaneswari , M . Investigation on Antibacterial Activity of Carica papaya Leaf Extracts against Wound Infection

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]. Similar types of soft-tissue inflammation can also be seen after wound infections caused, for example, by Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Vibrio or Clostridium species ( Table 2 ). Biosafety issues The World Organisation for Animal Health ( Office

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, neonatal meningitis, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea [3–5] . K. pneumoniae can cause clinical infections including respiratory tract infection, pneumonia, urinary tract infection, wound infection, and bacteremia [3] . Resistance to fluoroquinolones in

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fine-needle aspiration cytology. 3. The intraoperative blood loss, operative time, postoperative drainage, and postoperative wound infection were recorded

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reported isolation of Neisseria canis from a deep facial wound infection in a dog . J. Clin. Microbiol. 49 , 2043 – 2046 . 10.1128/JCM.02610-10 Corboz , L. , Ossent , P. and Gruber , H. ( 1993 ): Isolation and characterization of Group EF-4

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the clinical and electrophysiological screening indicated elsewhere (Table  III ). The CTS post-surgical outcomes were evaluated for wound infection, scar tenderness, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and finally the ability to do daily activities casually

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caused by A. baumannii are ventilator-associated pneumonia, bacteremia, meningitis and wound infections in ICUs [ 3 ]. Many studies have shown that A. baumannii has a high rate of multiple drug resistance and Acinetobacter infections are associated

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bacterial counts at the infection site and in blood in wound infection or pneumonia models [ 99 ]. The wounds of treated animals lack pus or signs of inflammation while in human PBMC, A3-APO upregulates the expression of the anti-inflammatory cytokines IL-4

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