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19 Possible Causes for Gas Gangrene, Klebsiella Pneumoniae Pneumonia, Right Heart Endocarditis

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  • Diabetes Mellitus

    BACKGROUND: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is a serious metabolic disease that is often associated with vascular complications. There are 1.9 million people living with Diabetes in Ethiopia; diabetes mellitus is found to be the ninth leading cause of death related to its complications. Although the rate of vascular[…][]

  • Drug-induced Neutropenia

    BACKGROUND: The morphological changes in activated neutrophils associated with antituberculosis drugs can be measured by volume, conductivity, and scatter (VCS) technology on the Coulter LH750 hematology analyzer. We conducted the current study to further validate the clinical usefulness of the neutrophil VCS[…][]

  • Gram-Negative Pneumonia

    gangrene C. botulinum: botulism Pleiomorphic C.[] pneumoniae pneumonias, but that combination therapy may be preferred for Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Serratia sp, Enterobacter sp, and Acinetobacter sp, largely based on rates[] Pseudomonas pseudomallei, Haemophilus influenzae and Klebsiella pneumoniae were the aetiologic agents. Three of four patients died following a fulminant course.[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    gangrene Gastric cancer Gastrinoma Gastroesophageal reflux disease Gastrointestinal bleeding Gastrointestinal tract Gene expression and transcription General bacteriology[] Food poisoning Foot deformities Forearm, wrist, and hand Foreign body aspiration Friedreich ataxia Frontotemporal dementia Fundamentals of pharmacology Gallbladder and bile Gas[]

  • Infective Endocarditis

    gangrene [26] [41] Acute food poisoning [26] [41] Gas gangrene: Debridement or amputation [26] [41] Hyperbaric medicine [26] [41] High doses of doxycycline [26] or penicillin[] Hemokultury prokázaly Enterococcus faecalis a Klebsiella pneumoniae (ESBL ).[] Ross Right heart endocarditis: Clinical and echocardiographic features Am Heart J, 107 (1984), pp. 759 [2.] J.M. Gatell, M. Sasal, J.M. Miró, J. Mensa, L. Zamora, J.[]

  • Streptococcus Pyogenes Pneumonia

    gangrene CHARACTERISTICS : Streptococcus pyogenes is an aerobic, gram-positive extracellular bacterium ( 1 , 2 ) .[] […] inhalation epidemics in military recruits Moraxella catarrhalis Typical pneumonia inhalation Bacteria Gram negative Rods Klebsiella pneumoniae Typical pneumonia aspiration[] , not elsewhere classified J15.0 Pneumonia due to Klebsiella pneumoniae J15.1 Pneumonia due to Pseudomonas J15.2 Pneumonia due to staphylococcus J15.21 Pneumonia due to staphylococcus[]

  • Septicemia

    The following are organ system–specific etiologies of possible sepsis: Skin/soft tissue: Necrotizing fasciitis, cellulitis, myonecrosis, or gas gangrene, among others, with[] A diabetic woman suffered from deep neck infection, endophthalmitis, urinary tract infection, and mycotic aneurysm associated Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteremia for 4 months[] Furthermore, the 16S rDNA PCR‑DGGE and sequencing failed to detect blood culture‑proven bacteria, such as Klebsiella pneumonia.[]

  • Ascending Cholangitis

    gangrene Gastric cancer Gastrinoma Gastroesophageal reflux disease Gastrointestinal bleeding Gastrointestinal tract Gene expression and transcription General bacteriology[] ., E. coli, klebsiella pneumoniae), enterococci, or anaerobes IMAGING STUDIES • Ultrasound: 1.[] The predominant aerobes were Klebsiella pneumoniae (4 isolates), Enterococcus spp. (3), and E. coli (2).[]

  • Bacterial Endocarditis

    Brandt, „Spontaner“ Gasbrand mit Kompartmentsyndrom bei einem diabetischen Patienten Spontaneous gas gangrene in a diabetic patient with Clostridium septicum, Der Chirurg,[] Ceftriaxone-sulbactam combination in rabbit endocarditis caused by a strain of Klebsiella pneumoniae producing extended-broad-spectrum TEM-3 beta-lactamase.[] Key points about bacterial endocarditis Bacterial endocarditis is an infection of the heart’s inner lining or heart valves.[]

  • Intravenous Drug Abuse

    This is commonly seen in wet gangrene. Injury to the blood vessels coupled with infections. This is seen in traumatic gas gangrene.[] : Typical community pathogens, aspiration, Klebsiella pneumoniae , tuberculosis, AIDS-associated opportunistic infections; pulmonary septic emboli, especially with multilobar[] heart endocarditis [ 24, 25 ].[]