C. difficile


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C. difficile

see Clostridium difficile
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The increase in the number of these patients may actually reflect an increase in the rising incidence of C.
As with other bacteria, antibiotic resistance is now being recognized in C.
All patients over the age of two who are suspected of having antibiotic associated diarrhoea are routinely tested for C.
We thank Nigel Minton (University of Nottingham) for kindly providing C.
A patient was considered to have CdAD if AAD was present and a stool specimen was positive in a toxin dependent C.
Compared with the other patients, those who'd contracted C.
Clifford McDonald, the epidemiologist leading the CDC's research on C.
Thus, multiple hospitalizations for recurrent or refractory C.
Although the proportion of infection onset is lower in hospitals, these facilities remain at the core of prevention since many patients with C.
We used the Spearman test to measure the correlation between the 2 methods for yearly incidence of C.
difficile/Epi assay is automated and works on the Cepheid GeneXpert Dx System to detect toxin gene sequences associated with toxigenic C.