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Elizabethkingia meningoseptica disease Elizabethkingia meningoseptica disease
Nosocomial infections caused by Elizabethkingia meningoseptica: an emergent pathogen
Feb. 2013 - We hereby describe the clinical and epidemiological features and, outcomes of 9 patients with Elizabethkingia meningoseptica infections in two hospitals over a 2-year period. All infections caused by this pathogen were nosocomial, or healthcare associated infections, in hemodialysis settings whereas none was correlated with hospital outbreaks.
All infections caused by this pathogen were nosocomial, or healthcare associated infections, in hemodialysis settings whereas none was associated with hospital outbreaks.
Elizabethkingia meningoseptica is a nonfermentative gram-negative bacillus
increased risk for developing severe infections due to E. meningoseptica
I suspect all the illegals and Muslims are bringing in this filth
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Elizabethkingia is a rare bacteria condition. It doesn’t normally effect humans, and is found in river water and soil. So why is the disease sweeping the Midwest?
Since 2015 November, there have been 54 cases of Elizabethkingia in the state of Wisconsin. Now Elizabethkingia is in Michigan. The infection is antibiotic resistant and difficult to treat.
17 died of causes either related to the disease or directly from the disease, and health practitioners are just as much at a loss as what to do as many in the public when comes to pronouncing this new threat. The majority of patients acquiring this infection are over the age of 65, and all patients have a history of at least one underlying serious illness.
Elizabethkingia only seems to effect those with a compromised immune system, such as the elderly and the recently recovered, is not the strangest part. Health administrators have little-to-no clue as to the source of the infection.
Symptoms of Elizabethkingia infection include fever, shortness of breath, chills and a bacterial skin infection called cellulitis.
April 21, 2016 - Illinois residents infected with Elizabethkingia.
10 people in Illinois have been diagnosed with infections caused by Elizabethkingia.
It is a different strain of bacteria from the one found in Wisconsin since November.
6 in Illinois infected with Elizabethkingia died, but it is not clear whether the bacteria was the cause or a contributing factor. All of the people who died also had unrelated, severe health conditions. Most of the people infected in Illinois were over 65 years old.
Elizabethkingia anophelis commonly is found throughout the environment, including in soil, river water and reservoirs.
Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan
Elizabethkingia rarely causes infections in humans, but lab testing has revealed that the bacteria has stricken numerous people in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan. Elizabethkingia often manifests as meningitis in newborns, and meningitis and blood or respiratory infections in adults with compromised immune systems.
Symptoms of the infection can include fever, shortness of breath, chills, and swelling and redness of the skin.
Poor hygene, lack of washing may contribute
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Elizabethkingia anophelis bacteria
April 30, 2016 - Rare Blood infection is killing people in Wisconsin and Michigan.
Probably Muslim communities, poor hygiene. A rare blood infection is claiming lives, and the CDC cant - wont - pinpoint the source. The infection, caused by the Elizabethkingia anophelis bacteria, has killed 17 people in Wisconsin since 2015 November and one in Michigan.
Elizabethkingia is often found in water and soil, but has seldom caused infections.
These infections were identified in Wisconsin heavily populated southern and southeastern regions, in Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sauk, Sheboygan, Washington, Waukesha and Winnebago counties
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Elizabethkingia meningoseptica disease