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90 Possible Causes for Gram Negative Rods in Blood Culture

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  • Ascending Cholangitis

    Ascending or acute cholangitis is a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection of the biliary tree that stems from bile duct obstruction and ascension of bacteria from the intestinal tract. Principal symptoms include abdominal pain, fever, and jaundice, known as the Charcot's triad, but additional clinical signs, as[…][]

  • Bubonic Plague

    Technological advances in DNA recovery and sequencing have drastically expanded the scope of genetic analyses of ancient specimens to the extent that full genomic investigations are now feasible and are quickly becoming standard. This trend has important implications for infectious disease research because genomic[…][]

  • Bacteroides

    Abstract Gram-negative anaerobic rods were isolated from blood culture of a healthy baby born at term.[] Gram stain of the fluid revealed 4 polymorphonuclear cells and 3 gram-negative bacilli, with a pure culture of anaerobic gram-negative rods isolated in culture.[] Electrodes and blood cultures both grew Gram-negative anaerobic rods but usual phenotypic methods and 16S rARN gene sequencing failed to ensure its species identification.[]

  • Pasteurella Multocida

    OBJECTIVES: To identify the gram-negative rods grown from blood cultures and a right-knee fluid aspirate from an 80-year-old caucasian man who had undergone a total right[] To obtain pure cultures of a single bacterial colony type from blood agar and MacConkey agar only, bacterial colonies (with the following characteristics: rod, coccobacilli[] , rough or smooth, Gram negative, with or with no growth on MacConkey, and presence or absence of hemolysis on blood agar) were subjected to subculturing.[]

  • Diptheroid Bacillus

    Small gram negative rod which took 5 days to grow in aerobic blood culture bottle b. Large gram negative rod that grew in 24 hours in anaerobe bottle c.[] Small gram negative rod that grew only after addition of cysteine to the blood culture bottle d.[] Sea gull shaped gram negative rod that grew in 3 days in the aerobic bottle e. This organism will not grow in routine blood culture bottles 3.[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    Gram-negative rods were cultured from the endometrioma.[] By then, the original blood cultures had become positive, showing straight to slightly curved Gram-positive rods with rudimentary branching.[] On admission, cervical, blood, and urine cultures were negative; BV was diagnosed on normal saline wet prep and gram stain.[]

  • Bacteroides Infection

    Gram stain of the fluid revealed 4 polymorphonuclear cells and 3 gram-negative bacilli, with a pure culture of anaerobic gram-negative rods isolated in culture.[] Microscopy: gram negative, non motile, non sporing pleuromorphic rod 2.[] On the third hospital day, one of the anaerobic cultures of blood obtained at the time of admission was reported as positive for a gram-negative rod that was subsequently[]

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Initially, he was treated with intravenously administered cefazolin, but after the isolation of a glucose non-fermenting Gram-negative rod from blood cultures, we decided[]

  • Bacteremia

    Abstract Gram-negative fusiform rods were detected in a blood culture obtained from a 63-year-old man who had been hospitalized for a long duration for severe heart failure[] One positive blood culture for S aureus or a Gram-negative rod warrants central line removal in a neonate.[] Catheter sterilization was attempted in 27 neonates who were infected with enteric Gram-negative rods; only 10 of these infants retained their catheters without infection-related[]

  • Enterobacter Infection

    A vaginal smear showed a large number of polymorphonuclear leucocytes, Gram negative rods, but no Lactobacillus .[] Culture on blood agar at 37 C for 48 hours resulted in yellow pigmented, bright, tough colonies. Biochemical analysis 1 verified Enterobacter sakazakii .[]

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