3] colony-forming units (quantitative culture) from a proximal or distal catheter segment in the absence of local or systemic infection Local infection: erythema, tenderness, induration or purulence
within 2 cm of the skin insertion site of the catheter Catheter-related bloodstream infection: isolation of the same organism (i.
The original Gram stain showing purulence
with intracellular gram-positive cocci, yeast, and beaded gram-positive bacilli was consistent with aspiration pneumonia.
pneumoniae acid --Recent increase in --Beta-lactam sputum volume and resistance possible purulence
Physical examination was positive for bilateral leg weakness and a right inguinal venous catheter with a small amount of purulence
at the insertion site.
Frequent suction was used to keep the ear as free of purulence
1, no differentiation done Tracheal secretions Presence and purulence
(colour: yellow, green or brown) Oxygenation <240 and no acute (Pa[O.
Clinical cure was defined as the resolution of at least one clinical symptom (dyspnea, sputum volume, purulence
, cough, or fever) and improvement in at least half of the other symptoms.
For the purposes of this tool, purulence
is defined in a way that increases the specificity for bacterial meningitis: visible turbidity, [greater than or equal to] 100 leukocytes/[mm.
Endome trial biopsy showed normocellular proliferative endometrium with no inflammation or purulence
Subjects were included if they presented with at least a 48-hour but less than a 1-month history of purulent nasal discharge, maxillary or frontal unilateral or bilateral pain, and purulence
Incision and drainage was performed, with moderate purulence
Nasal discharge, purulence
, or discolored postnasal drip