monobacterial

monobacterial

(mŏn″ō-băk-tē′rē-ăl)
Concerning a single species of bacteria.
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Thirteen of the cultures were polymicrobial whereas the remainder were monobacterial.
(32,33) The more rare Type III is a monobacterial infection with a Clostridium series or other anaerobic organism.
All 70 blood cultures were monobacterial. Out of 70 isolates, 35 [50%] isolates were Gram-positive cocci and 35 [50%] isolates were Gram-negative bacilli.
Concluding, the distinct actinomycetes and streptococci species of the polybacterial mixture showed a similar attachment-behaviour like the monobacterial cultures [1].
Isolation studies revealed monobacterial infection (80%) and mixed (20%).
The different polybacterial and monobacterial treatments were exposed to the cell lines, and their responses measured using a Mann-Whitney U-test or Kruskal-Wallis analysis.
Monobacterial infection was seen in 1228 blood cultures, whereas more than one organism (two organisms) was seen in 15 blood cultures giving 1258 isolates.
Out of 83 bacterial culture positive cases, 78 were monobacterial and 5 were polybacterial and total bacterial isolates obtained were 88 out of 88 bacterial isolates; P.
According to, staphylococci cause the largest number of deaths, whilst there seemed to be a low death rate for patients with abscesses produced by streptococci in monobacterial growth.
In monobacterial infections the most common isolate was pseudomonas (22.6%), followed by staph.
of patients 97 Samples with growth 73 No bacterial growth 24 Total isolates 82 Table 3: Distribution of Monobacterial and Polymicrobial Growth Our Study 2 3 8 9 Monobacterial growth 74% 74% 64% 39% 70% Polymicrobial growth 4% 14% 46% 11% 15% Note: 2, 3, 8, 9 indicate reference numbers.