clostridial


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clos·trid·i·al

(klos-trid'ē-ăl),
Relating to any bacterium of the genus Clostridium.

clos·trid·i·al

(klos-trid'ē-ăl)
Relating to any bacterium of the genus Clostridium.
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Clostridial bacterial species are abundant in the gut and are of high interest for use in the development of live biotherapeutic products designed to colonise and modulate a patient's microbiome to therapeutic effect.
All calves should be vaccinated soon after birth with C & D toxoid or the seven or eight-way Clostridial vaccine unless the cows were vaccinated prior to calving (to produce antibodies in their colostrum).
Clostridial infections of the lung and pleura are uncommon [1, 2].
After the procedure, she was transitioned from IV ertapenem to IV ceftriaxone and oral clindamycin per infectious disease consultant recommendations to provide excellent coverage for clostridial bacteremia and enteric gram negative rods in the immediate postoperative setting.
Among these, the common microbes are the anaerobic species, bacteriodes, clostridial species and streptococci4,5.
Vets are urging farmers to make sure that clostridial vaccinations are up-to-date.
Pequenos trozos de los higados asi obtenidos fueron colocados en tubos conteniendo 10 ml de Reinforced Clostridial Medium (Difco) e incubados durante 48 h a 37[grados]C.
Abstract: Fatal clostridial infections and clostridial toxicoses are common in birds.