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of diabetic colonizations nondiabetic colonizations patients patients Group I 4 0 26 0 Group II 4 0 26 1 Group III 4 0 26 6 Table 4: Comparison between alcoholism and bacterial colonization Group No.
005) between the duration of catheter placement and positive tip cultures, with chances of colonization more in group III.
WASHINGTON -- Potentially pathogenic nasopharyngeal bacterial colonization was associated with more severe respiratory syncytial virus--related bronchiolitis in infants, according to a study.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) colonization in five tropical forest tree legumes (Gliricidia sepium, Dalbergia sissoo, Indigofera tysmanii, Delonix regia and Samanea saman) was investigated in Chittagong University (CU) campus.
A Chi-squared test for independence (SAS Institute 2003) was used to test whether the distribution of colonizations was dependent on the light intensity.
In such taxa, the likelihood of female dispersal to an unoccupied habitat is low enough to result in colonizations by single or a few related females.
We cannot infer an association of multiple bacterial colonizations in a population despite an observed association in the diseased (or healthy) children, and this association is widely misunderstood (2-4).
Among a hypothetical cohort of 100,000 adult patients admitted to ICUs, such a combination strategy would prevent an estimated 54% of colonizations and 51% of MRSA infections compared with standard precautions, Dr.
In a previous study from British Columbia (3), we found an increase in the number of NTM isolates mostly in persons with MAC colonization.
The frequent association of cephalosporins with VRE colonization and the failure to associate piperacillin-tazobactam with VRE suggest that the most important driving force for the emergence and spread of these organisms within institutions may be the predilection for establishing new colonizations.
The annual prevalence rates of NTM colonization and disease were calculated as the annual number of patients with NTM colonization and disease divided by the total number of patients who visited the NTUH, including outpatients and inpatients in each indicated year.
pneumoniae (QRSP), the relative growth efficiencies of 2 isogenic QRSP double mutants were compared with that of their fluoroquinolone-susceptible parent, EF3030, by using murine nasopharyngeal colonization and pneumonia models.