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Light growth of citrobacter koseri in sinus, staph epidermidis, Seratia infection and MRSA. Any advice ?

My husband has light growth of citrobacter koseri in his sinuses as wrll as staph epidermidis, but the ENT said he is not going to treat it. I am a bit concerned as I had a very bad gram negative bacilli Seratia infection that went undiagnosed for a year and eventually treated with cipro thru PICC line, and now just got over MRSA a year flyer tha.
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
hello.I think your ENT doctor is right as most of the organisms you have told are normal contaminants of sinus cultures and need no further treatment. thanks
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