1-4) Anaerobic infection
of the bony spine and disk spaces is uncommon and appears to account for less than 3% of all spinal infections.
The rapeutic implications of bacteriologic findings in mixed aerobic and anaerobic infections
Brook I, Frazier EH: Aerobic and anaerobic infection
associated with malignancy.
Management of mixed aerobic and anaerobic infections
requires surgical correction and drainage of pus and the administration of antimicrobial agents effective against both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.
The common clinical conditions with anaerobic infections
include deep seated abscesses, infection of closed spaces, wound infections, gangrene, infection in the vicinity of mucosal surfaces, septicemia.
Secnidazole is not recommended for the treatment of anaerobic infections
and the amoebic liver abscess.
In turn the process super oxygenates and feeds the cells, and in so doing eradicates anaerobic infections
without addiction, side effects, or problems.
Bacteroides species are a major cause of anaerobic infections
, and though they are part of a healthy human gut flora, when these bacteria escape the gut, they can cause bacteremia and abscess formation.
Volume two focuses on details of bacterial infection, describing particularly virulent, damaging, or widespread pathogens and their mechanisms of pathogenesis, as well as specific mechanisms of localized and anaerobic infections
Clindamycin in the treatment of serious anaerobic infections
Key words: Anaerobic infections
, bacteremia, Peptostreptococcus, abscess
Bacteriological cure rate following intrauterine treatment with Ciprofloxacin and Tinidazole combination was found to be very effective in eliminating both aerobic and anaerobic infections
(Dhillon et al.