Anaerobic Bacterial Infection

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Research for Anaerobic Bacterial Infection.

Management of anaerobic infection.

Abstract: The management of anaerobic infection needs to be prompt and appropriate in order to ensure recovery. Management includes the use of hyperbaric oxygen, surgical methods and antimicrobial therapy. Various factors, such as efficacy, bacterial antimicrobial...

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[Necrotizing fasciitis: our experience].

Abstract: Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare and dramatic soft-tissue; infection starting from the subcutaneous tissue, involving the fascia and the underlying muscle and causes necrosis and, suddenly, gangrene. Most frequently the necrotizing fasciitis is localized in...

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Surgical infections: a microbiological study.

Abstract: Surgical infections are mostly polymicrobial, involving both aerobes and anaerobes. One hundred seventeen cases comprised of abscesses (n=51), secondary peritonitis (n=25), necrotizing fascitis (n=22) and wounds with devitalized tissues (n=19) were studied....

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