Bacterial Infections 39,838 articles
- Central Nervous System Bacterial Infections
- Endocarditis, Bacterial
- Eye Infections, Bacterial
- Fournier Gangrene
- Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections
[The 85th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Bacteriology. Nagasaki, Japan. March 27-29, 2012. Abstracts].
Application of artificial prosthesis reconstruction techniques in malignant tumors around the knee joint.
Appropriateness of antimicrobial therapy: a multicentre prevalence survey in the Netherlands, 2008-2009.
A survey was carried out to determine the prevalence and appropriateness of antimicrobial therapy (AMT) in the Netherlands and to identify determinants for inappropriate AMT. Prevalence surveys of patients hospitalised in the Netherlands were performed three times in 2008 and 2009. Patients' demogra...
Manipulation of Host Cell Death Pathways during Microbial Infections
Viral and microbial infections often elicit programmed cell death as part of the host defense system or as a component of the survival strategy of the pathogen. It is thus not surprising that pathogens have evolved an array of toxins and virulence factors to modulate host cell death...
Antisense antibiotics: a brief review of novel target discovery and delivery.
The nightmare of multi-drug resistant bacteria will still haunt if no panacea is ever found. Efforts on seeking desirable natural products with bactericidal property and screening chemically modified derivatives of traditional antibiotics have lagged behind the emergence of new multi...
[Foodborne infections and intoxications in Poland in 2008].
A total of 12 217 bacterial foodborne infections and intoxications were registered in 2008 (incidence 32.1/100 000 population). Unlike bacterial infections, the incidence of viral foodborne infections increased in the recent years (2008 - 85.4 vs. 2007 - 57.1; 2006 - 54.21; 2005 - 32.8, and median 2...
Early management of endotoxemia using the endotoxin activity assay and polymyxin B-based hemoperfusion.
Two PMX-DHP treatments were performed on 4 patients, three treatments on 6 patients and four treatments on 1 patient. After the therapy, mean arterial pressure increased (69.45 to 84.09 mm Hg; p < 0.01), heart rate decreased (Ill.73 to77.91 beats/min; p < 0.01), white blood cell count decreased (18,...
Pet-related infections in humans are diverse, rather infrequent considering the high number of pets in households and often unrecognized. This article briefly covers a couple of them, caused by bacteria (salmonellosis and campylobacteriosis, cat-scratch disease, fish tank granuloma, psittacosis), fu...
Introduction: childhood respiratory diseases: management in an era of antibiotic resistance.
Application of ultralow doses of antibodies to interferon-gamma in complex therapy of bacterial infections and prophylaxis of bacterial comp...
Comparative placebo-controlled clinical trials on the efficiency and safety of ultralow doses of antibodies to human IFN-gamma (anaferon pediatric formulation and anaferon) and prophylaxis of bacterial complication showed that administration of these preparations in complex therapy of bacterial infe...