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This longitudinal, descriptive study was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan, during January 2012 to December 2015, and comprised pus samples of people suspected of having extra-pulmonary TB on the basis of clinical history, examination and radiological findings.
Our study showed that urine examination positive for increased pus cells and/or red blood cells has only a moderate degree of sensitivity and specificity in detecting the urolithiasis in patients presenting with acute pain in the abdominal flank.
The isolates from this study showed that Staphylococcus aureus was the most isolated organisms from the pus culture report followed by Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, Proteus, Citrobacter, E.
Accumulated static charges on the surface of PUs under dry environment most often cause complicated problems such as skin irritation, the adsorption of pathogens and dust.
Empero, los simples exhibidores de esa pus, los que exclusivamente lo hacen por provocar escandalo, mayores broncas, pendencias, publicitacion personal, revolver las aguas para ver que pescan, desde mi perspectiva unicamente enredan mas nuestros problemas.
Unlike the overlay approach, the location of the PUs plays an important role for power control in the underlay approach because the core of the underlay approach involves keeping the minimum interference level required by the PUs.
In our research, we investigate a number of English and Slovene PUs with an onomastic element to pursue several aims.
7 Percent in urinary tract isolates and from 0 to 55 Percent in pus isolates was observed in colistin sulphate resistance.
Accordingly, it has developed a system - somatic cell count - to measure the amount of pus.
Abu Keshk said Zakat Committee doctors tried to clear the pus but could not open her wound, which was very bad.
Within 24 hours, pus breached the skin several centimeters above the nipple.