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Staphylococcus faecalis

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what is the difference between staphylococcus haemolyticus and staphylococcus aureus Regards ...

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Is Staphylococcus Lugdunensis (heavy growth) contagious? My husband was recently diagnosed with it. ...

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what is the best treatment for rare alcaligenes faecalis (A) ?no question, more info. have rt.foot ulcer 10+ yrs.,left foot ulcer 3 wks., weight:315 lbs, Tissue culture(AER/ANA) C&S(order#0000) stain-1 ...

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Hi Doctor, thank you for following up with my case. After seeing a local Urologist , he was not convinced that I had a yeast infection, so he told me to go back to my family Doctor to get a culture done and check for diabetes just in case....

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Hi. Am 34 years old and trying to get pregnant. I recently had a swab test and it revealed growth of enterococcus faecalis . So the doctor has suggested levoflaxacin antibiotic to me for 5 days. Since am trying ...

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you if these numbers can be considered as a norm.. Staphylococcus haemolyticus 10*5 Escherichia coli 10*8 Enterococcus faecalis 10*5 Thank you! All the best to you and your families. ...

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I just had a urinealisis study done by a lab and it came back that I have a bacteria called 80,000 CFU/ML Enterococcus Faecalis (Group D). What is this? I have been having serious GI Problems For Quite ...

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I am 27 years and I got enterococcus faecalis and I want to know if this bacterial infection impact in not been pregnancy and also i would like to know what I can you use to treat this infection except ...

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urinalysis results that indicate organism EFAEC and greater than 100,000 col/ml Enterococcus faecalis. He is currently taking Ciprofloxacin 500 mg prescribed Friday, December 13th. What is enterococcus faecalis? Email ...

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Last 2 weeks when I urinate it pains . I got my urine cultured and the result was Colony Count 100,000 col/ml. Organisms Grown : ENTEROCOCCUS SPS Grown in Culture . PUS Cells 4 to 6 hpf Bacteria : Present(1+). What is this what treatment should I...

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hi,my brother is in hospital from 18 days ago because of an accident injury.his lungs teared and infected (alkali genes faceles positive).two chest tube are inserted in his lungs and also truck for ventilator.last week he has fever (42 C) but now...

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faecalis 10000 cfg/ml. Is this a serious condition? ...

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is an enterococcus faecalis count of 10,000 in the urine with a normal dipstick and trace leukocytes urinalysis and normal otherwise urine counts mean a UTI. can a husband with phimosis transmit ...

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good afternoon. My wife had a urine culture positive for enterococcus but is asymtomatic. questions: 1. Is it contagious. I am her husband and we do have intercourse. 2. Does she need to take an antibiotic or just leave it alone? Some studies show...

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Hi Doctor I had an accident 19 years ago .Had broken legs, screws put in and taken out . but I kept going back as my left low leg (tibia)septic. I Just found out that I have enterococcus faecalis on my ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, Staphylococcus is gram positive organism and therefore penicilline group ,broad spectrum antibiotics , linozolide , clindamycine etc drugs are highly active . You can go for culture sensitivity n accordingly start the treatment . Hope this ll help Thanks n regards

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yes it can be treated with suitable antibiotics

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It depends on the site of infection.