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cocci

 [kok´si] (L.)
a plural of coccus.
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coc·ci

(kok'sī), Avoid the mispronunciation kok'ī.
Plural of coccus.
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cocci

(kŏk′sī, kŏk′ī)
n.
Plural of coccus.
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coc·ci

(kok'sī)
Plural of coccus.
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[15] In our study Gram positive cocci showed highest resistance to Azithromycin (87.2%) followed by Cefotaxime, Cefuroxime and Amoxiclav at 83.6%, 83.6% and 63.6% respectively.
Antimicrobial susceptibility of clinically relevant Gram-positive anaerobic cocci collected over a three-year period in the Netherlands.
(1) In our study, tracheal secretion smears showed mostly a combination of two or three bacteria species (40.0%), followed by Gram-negative cocci (26.0%).
isolates, which are gram-positive cocci, but not against Pseudomonas, while gentamicin was effective against both types of bacteria, corroborating the findings of Matthews (2009).
This showed that Gram-positive cocci are the most common causes of orthopedic infections followed by Pseudomonas.
Although initial blood cultures remained sterile, blood cultures taken on the third day of the therapy were positive for gram positive cocci. She had an intractable fever exceeding 39 [degrees]C.
By day three of hospitalization, blood cultures became positive for gram-positive cocci considered to be Staphylococcus species.
Based on Catalase test react-ions, the Gram positive cocci were divided into either Staphylococci or Streptococci/Enterococci.
The results obtained showed Gram positive, cocci in shape and catalase positive.
The Gram positive, cocci shape ,catalase and oxidase- negative isolates were selected for further identification by vitek 2 system.
VALLEY FEVER IS technically called coccidioidomycosis and shortened to "cocci" by those in the know.
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