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  • Pharyngitis

    Given their accuracy, rapidity, and ease of use, should they replace antigen detection and culture for the detection of bacterial pharyngitis?[] Other causes, such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae and HIV, have well-described behavioral risk factors (e.g., sexual activity). FULL TEXT[] […] by the presence of a positive heterophil antibody test (Monospot test) for Epstein-Barr virus.[] OBJECTIVE: The objective of this research is to quantify the amount of pharmacist time required to complete a point-of-care (POC) test for a patient presenting with pharyngitis[] There was substantial heterogeneity in sensitivity across studies; specificity was more stable. There was no evidence of a trade-off between sensitivity and specificity.[] This report presents pharyngitis in a young girl which later developed into a subdural empyema caused by the bacteria Peptostreptococcus sp.[] […] antibiotic treatment is beneficial Group G Streptococcus No clear link to rheumatic fever or glomerulonephritis No clear evidence that antibiotic treatment is beneficial Neisseria[] We correlated the diagnostic accuracy for guiding antibiotic prescription of clinical decision and physiological scoring systems to a rapid diagnostic point of care (POC)[] Larawin V, Naipao J, Dubey SP (2006) Head and neck space infections.[]

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  • Meningitis

    Microscopic observation of drug susceptibility (MODS) culture more rapidly became positive compared to other culture methods.[] Bacteriologic and epidemiologic data collected over the past 30 years have consistently established the importance of Group A Neisseria meningitidis as the dominant etiologic[] Meningitis is defined by the presence of the inflammation of the meninges, with characteristic changes in cerebrospinal fluid.[] This is a validated 5‐point scale evaluating randomisation (0 to 2 points), double blinding (0 to 2 points), and withdrawals and dropouts (0 to 1 point).[] Nor are there any specific characteristics associated with a specific drug. Systemic lupus erythematosus seems to predispose to NSAID-related meningitis.[] Inflammation KW - Pachymeningitis KW - Spinal cord compression KW - Steroid UR - UR - U2 - 10.1016/j.jns.2014.10.012 DO - 10.1016/j.jns.2014.10.012 M3 - Article VL - 347 SP[] BACKGROUND: Neisseria meningitidis is associated with meningitis and septicemia.[] Bacterial culture of cerebrospinal fluid revealed the presence of R. equi. A diagnosis of purulent meningitis caused by R. equi was made.[] Case Report Oct 2018 (v6 n2) Kim JH, Park SP, Moon BG, Kim DR. Case Report Oct 2018 (v6 n2) Choi YH, Choi CY, Lee CH, Koo HW, Chang SH.[]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The colonization status was compared to the culture results during the first UTI episode within 6 months after transplantation.[] In women with cervicitis (inflammation of the cervix) or vaginitis (inflammation of the vagina) and in young men with UTI symptoms, a Chlamydia trachomatis or Neisseria gonorrheae[] At time of biopsy, presence of urinary tract infection and oxaluria was also examined from medical records.[] OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effect of adding point-of-care (POC) susceptibility testing to POC culture on appropriate use of antibiotics as well as clinical and microbiological[] On the other hand, this would delay specific antibiotic therapy.[] These topical treatments could eradicate the Pseudomonas sp. from the lung of patients with cystic fibrosis or bronchiectasis and the Acinetobacter baumannii from lung and[] Long-term complications include abscesses, infarction, recurrence, chronic pain, and infertility The pathophysiology of epididymitis is divided; Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria[] […] primary and secondary end points consistently with this guidance.[] ., Alloscardovia sp, Actinotignum sp, Ureaplasma sp) that are often missed during routine urine culture due to species specific growth requirements.[]

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  • Febrile Neutropenia

    neutropenia Congenital Neutropenia (partial list) Cyclic neutropenia Severe infantile agranulocytosis Chediak-Higashi syndrome Myeloperoxidase deficiency Reticular dysgenesis[] (minimum of two sets) including cultures from indwelling i.v. catheter Urinalysis and culture Sputum microscopy and culture Stool microscopy and culture Skin lesion (aspirate[] Additionally, patient history should be analyzed for past positive microbiology records, specifically the presence of antibiotic-resistant organisms or bacteremia.[] About this tool The Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) Risk Index can be used to identify low-risk patients (score 21 points) for serious complications[] Approximately 70-75% of episodes of febrile neutropenia in patients with AML are due to infection, although a specific cause of the fever is not often confirmed in this patient[] ESKAPE: E. coli , S. aureus , Klebsiella sp.[] The Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) risk index can be used to identify low-risk patients (score 21 points) for serious complications of febrile[] At any point in time if patients fall into a category where they need to come into the hospital or certain situations arise, like the fever persists or other situations occur[] […] a Doctor Health & Wellness TEXT Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Home General Antimicrobial Information Bacteremias and Sepsis Bacterial Endocarditis Critical Care Drug Specific[]

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  • Neisseria

    Follow the instructions found in the GC- Neisseria gonorrhoeae culture Kit Instruction Sheet. Specimens are tested by routine bacterial culture methods.[] […] lactamica Neisseria macacae Neisseria mucosa Neisseria oralis Neisseria polysaccharea Neisseria sicca Neisseria subflava Neisseria flavaHowever, some of these can be associated[] Whole genome sequence analysis revealed a high genetic diversity among the isolates, with the presence of 32 different STs, 28 (87.5%) of which were new.[] . lactamica at some point during the study.[] This mechanism may provide a means for strains to express different combinations of genes, and differences in the strain-specific repertoire of phase variable genes may underlie[] Abstract Fulltext Figs (1) References (26) Cited By (20) Supplementary Material (1) Metrics Related Content Preview this: Neisseria oralis sp. nov., isolated from healthy[] The presence of mucous does not interfere with this assay.[] The name Neisseria oralis sp. nov. (type strain 6332(T)    DSM 25276(T)    LMG 26725(T)) is proposed.[] The name Neisseria dumasiana sp. nov. is proposed, and the type strain is 93087 T ( DSM 104677 T LMG 30012 T ). KEYWORDS: Neisseria; clinical; dog's mouth; genome; sputum[]

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  • Chlamydia Trachomatis

    Lymph node specimens were inoculated on blood-enriched agar and in an endothelial cell culture system using the centrifugation shell vial technique.[] Abstract One of the mainstays in the prevention of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections is the availability of laboratory diagnostics with high sensitivity[] Chest computed tomography (CT) revealed the presence of diffuse interstitial reticular nodulation, and brain nuclear magnetic resonance imaging showed the presence of nodular[] OBJECTIVES: To summarise systematic reviews of the performance characteristics of commercially available point-of-care tests (POCT) for screening and diagnosis of urogenital[] The high frequency of SF derived T cells with specificity for species-specific chlamydial antigens and the limited diversity of HLA class II restriction of these clones may[] Wang SP Chlamydia pneumoniae sp. nov. for Chlamydia sp. TWAR. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 1989; 39:88-90. [ Links ] Ozanne G, Lefebvre J.[] KEYWORDS: Chlamydia trachomatis; Diagnostic accuracy; Performance evaluation; Point-of-care; Rapid test; Risk factor[] Although the pediatrician sent a rectal culture to a large commercial laboratory it was later determined that the laboratory was using an enzyme immunoassay for culture confirmation[] […] culture systems using McCoy cells and subsequent immunofluorescent staining are still the most common methodology used for antimicrobial susceptibility testing, but the presence[]

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  • Sinusitis

    We followed the international comprehensive guidelines for translation and cross-cultural adaptation of QoL instruments.[] Caused by the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacterium, gonorrhea can cause infections in the genitals, rectum and throat.[] The uninhibited use of topical nasal decongestants by the person, the presence of swollen adenoids or tonsils, the presence of a deviated septum-which is a physical shifting[] METHODS: In 250 children (age RESULTS: The point prevalence of allergic rhinitis was 13.6%, and of sinusitis was 2%.[] The purpose of this study was to measure the sensitivity and specificity of touch preparation of nasal debridement specimens as a rapid diagnostic tool for invasive fungal[] We hypothesized that SP-A plays a role in bacterial CRS.[] […] directed sinus cultures.[] Point-of-care ultrasound facilitated rapid diagnosis and initiation of treatment for a concerning and rare complication of sinusitis, confirmed by computed tomography scan[] […] remained the same, one point if it had improved, and 0 points if the symptom had resolved.[]

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  • Influenza

    culture-positive at baseline.[] All of those who died had pneumonia: 4 had viral pneumonia with influenza the only pathogen isolated [ 18 , 21 , 22 , 26 ], whereas 1 had Streptococcus viridans, Neisseria[] Following treatment with oseltamivir, neuraminidase (NA) gene sequencing indicated the presence of an R292K mutation.[] About the network On an operational level, EISN consists of operational contact points for influenza epidemiology and virology.[] Preexisting influenza-specific CD4 T cells correlate with disease protection against influenza challenge in humans . Nat. Med. 18 , 274–280 (2012). 24.[] A(H1N1) (S) VICT 7 0.28 (.12–.65) .003 69.8 .003 SP A(H3N2) VICT 7 0.28 (.09–.80) .02 69.7 .003 SP B VICT 7 0.24 (.09–.60) .002 64.3 .01 Patients with cancer SC1 A(H1N1)[] Emergence and Spread of Cephalosporin-Resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae with Mosaic penA Alleles, South Korea, 2012–2017.[] The same inoculum in the presence of respiratory mucus showed a striking increase in survival time (up to 17 days).[] Transbronchial lung biopsy revealed the presence of granulomatous inflammation. Thereafter her abnormal chest shadow spontaneously improved.[]

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  • Urethritis

    Urethral discharges were tested for detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae by Gram stain, culture and PCR.[] Abstract Branhamella (Neisseria) catarrhalis was recovered from urethral exudates of three men with acute urethritis.[] The diagnosis was confirmed by the presence of gram-negative intracellular diplococci in the urethral discharge and of characteristic terminal spined Schistosoma haematobium[] Similarity between the oral flora and organisms recovered from nongonococcal urethritis and prostatitis, points to retrograde entry of bacteria from oral cavity into the urethra[] It's very common for men to be diagnosed with a condition called non-specific urethritis (NSU).[] N. meningitidis , Haemophilus sp. , Candida sp ., urethral stricture and foreign bodies have all been reported in a few cases and probably account for a small proportion of[] METHODS: We examined urine specimens from 215 men with urethritis and 98 men without urethritis for the presence of urethral T. vaginalis by PCR assay.[] OBJECTIVES: Gram-stained urethral smear (GSUS), the standard point-of-care test for non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU) is operator dependent and poorly specific.[] Taylor-Robinson AW, Borriello SP, Taylor-Robinson D. Identification and preliminary characterization of a cytotoxin isolated from Mobiluncus spp.[]

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  • Otitis Media

    Culture of the ear discharge: Culture of the ear discharge may be done to determine the presence and type of the causative agent.[] Moraxella catarrhalis In the mid-1970s, M catarrhalis was classified as nonpathogenic in middle ear infections, even though under its previous name, Neisseria catarrhalis,[] BACKGROUND: Otitis media with effusion (OME) is an ear disorder defined by the presence of fluid in the middle ear without signs or symptoms of acute infection.[] Two trials did not report on any of the outcomes of interest, leaving 23 trials (3258 children) covering a range of antibiotics, participants, outcome measures and time points[] Sensitivity, specificity, negative predictive value, positive predictive values were calculated.[] […] bacterium from a patient with otitis media following tympanocentesis. 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity studies of effusion identified this strain (CCUG 43427AT) as Massilia sp[] Operation duration is longer in the presence of otitis media with effusion.[] In addition, the mucosa at the tubal orifice was graded on a 4-point scale.[] Intervening at these higher leverage points could have a profound effect on persistent public health issues.[]

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