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non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs),
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.

non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs)
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.
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To determine whether colonization of the light organ by the bacteria is necessary to induce CEA regression, squid were exposed to three noninfective strains of V.
Anaemia, cardiac complications and thrombophlebitis accounted for 63% of post-operative noninfective complications.
Though CRP is commonly used to diagnose sepsis, "its utility is questionable because its peak values are reached only after a 2-3 day delay after the infective stimulus" and its value can increase after noninfective inflammatory events, they said.
EXCLUSION CRITERIA: Patients with fever with thrombocytopenia other than infective etiology like ITP, drug induced thrombocytopenia, HELLP Syndrome, myeloproliferative diseases, DIC of noninfective etiology (Abruptio placenta, Snake bite), children aged below 14 years are excluded from the study.
The prevalence of infective disorders has outstripped that of noninfective disorders in some studies varying from 42.
Within these chapters, only certain subgroups showed increased rates: diabetes mellitus; malignant neoplasms of the lymphoid, hematopoietic, and related tissues; eye, brain, and other parts of the central nervous system (CNS); respiratory and intrathoracic organs; digestive organs; breast; male and female genital organs; thyroid and other endocrine glands; mental and behavior disorders caused by psychoactive substances (alcohol-related in 96% of reports); hypertensive diseases, other forms of heart disease, and diseases of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries; diseases of the liver and noninfective enteritis and colitis; and systemic connective tissue disorders (Table 2).
Possible diagnoses in our patient included infective and noninfective etiologies for acute pulmonary-renal syndrome.
The prevalence of other noninfective dermatoses is also influenced by genetic predisposition, endogamy and cousin marriage seasonal and climatic changes.
We also found a 57% increase in risk for enteritis, colitis, and noninfective gastroenteritis, a diagnostic grouping that includes ulcerative colitis and Crohn disease; again, this association has previously been made (7,8).
6 Gastritis, Duodenitis, Noninfective Enteritis, and Colitis 219 2.
9 Noninfective gastroenteritis and colitis, unspecified P78.
Once identified, the eggs were classified as noninfective, if they contained an undeveloped embryo, or potentially infective, if they contained a fully formed larva (3).