N Incidence Perioperative complications (cases) rates (%) Noninfective
inflammation of the 38 100.00 ipsilateral lung Ipsilateral pleural effusion 32 84.21 In a small amount 27 71.05 In a large amount needing drainage 5 13.16 Ipsilateral secondary pneumothorax 24 63.16 Nontension pneumothorax 22 57.90 Tension pneumothorax 2 5.26 Subcutaneous emphysema 7 18.42 Asymptomatic ipsilateral pleural thickening 13 34.21 Bronchopleural fistula 0 0.00 Mortality 0
[8,10] Reports have considered nonneoplastic lesions of the uterine cervix as cervical inflammatory lesions that may be acute or chronic and they occur as a result of infective or noninfective
The median hospital stay in patients with an infective etiology was 7.5 days (IQR 5 days; range 2 to 17 days) versus 7 days in patients with a noninfective
etiology (IQR 3 days; range 4 to 11 days).
We excluded code 558 because it refers to noninfective
inflammation, and we were interested in infective agents.
TREM-1 is believed to be increased only in bacterial infections and not in noninfective
inflammatory disorders (37, 38).
At his one-month post-illness check-up, your doctor tells you that the infection is now gone, but she adds that noninfective
fluid is still present in his middle-ear cavity (medical term, otitis media with effusion).
It causes multifocal infections and, sometimes, obstructive, noninfective
granulomas in the gastric outlet and ureteropelvic junction.
Pigs can experience noninfective
physiological diseases such as stomach ulcers and behavioral problems.
These methods can demonstrate the viability of oocysts, and nonviable oocysts can be considered noninfective
. A viable oocyst is not, however, necessarily infective.
Uninfected controls were exposed to noninfective
CSW with or without Cm (Fig.
Fortunately, pulmonary TB cases who are also HIV-positive respond well to treatment and can be successfully rendered noninfective
. Treating TB, therefore, has important externalities in the form of secondary infections, especially when contacts include children under three who are at particularly high risk of infection.
Death was predicted by electrolyte imbalance (OR = 2.32, CL = 1.21-4.43), post-operative noninfective
complications (OR = 2.3, CL = 1.09-4.84) and age greater than 79 years (OR = 1.17, CL = 1.06-1.3).