Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid

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Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid. / Hermann, C K; Hansen, P B; Bangsborg, Jette Marie; Pers, C.

I: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Bind 160, Nr. 34, 1998, s. 4860-3.

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Hermann, CK, Hansen, PB, Bangsborg, JM & Pers, C 1998, 'Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid', Ugeskrift for Laeger, bind 160, nr. 34, s. 4860-3.

APA

Hermann, C. K., Hansen, P. B., Bangsborg, J. M., & Pers, C. (1998). Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 160(34), 4860-3.

Vancouver

Hermann CK, Hansen PB, Bangsborg JM, Pers C. Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1998;160(34):4860-3.

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Hermann, C K ; Hansen, P B ; Bangsborg, Jette Marie ; Pers, C. / Bakterielle infektioner som komplikation til hundebid. I: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1998 ; Bind 160, Nr. 34. s. 4860-3.

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abstract = "Dog bites may result in serious bacterial infections with e.g. the gram-negative rods Capnocytophaga canimorsus and Pasteurella multocida. Human disease caused by these microorganisms can be complicated by acute development of septicaemia and/or meningitis followed by disseminated intravascular coagulation syndrome, peripheral gangrene and renal failure. The mortality of C. canimorsus septicaemia is about 23-31%. These severe infections are most often reported in immunocompromised patients and occur a few days after the bite. By reviewing the literature it is concluded that the broadest prophylactic coverage is obtained by amoxicillin/clavulanic acid and that antibiotic prophylaxis should be given to all immunocompromised patients experiencing a dog bite. Moreover, prophylactic treatment should be initiated for all patients with greater penetrating wounds and those involving the hands.",
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RIS

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N2 - Dog bites may result in serious bacterial infections with e.g. the gram-negative rods Capnocytophaga canimorsus and Pasteurella multocida. Human disease caused by these microorganisms can be complicated by acute development of septicaemia and/or meningitis followed by disseminated intravascular coagulation syndrome, peripheral gangrene and renal failure. The mortality of C. canimorsus septicaemia is about 23-31%. These severe infections are most often reported in immunocompromised patients and occur a few days after the bite. By reviewing the literature it is concluded that the broadest prophylactic coverage is obtained by amoxicillin/clavulanic acid and that antibiotic prophylaxis should be given to all immunocompromised patients experiencing a dog bite. Moreover, prophylactic treatment should be initiated for all patients with greater penetrating wounds and those involving the hands.

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KW - Antibiotic Prophylaxis

KW - Bacteria, Aerobic

KW - Bacteria, Anaerobic

KW - Bacterial Infections

KW - Bites and Stings

KW - Dogs

KW - Humans

KW - Prognosis

KW - Risk Factors

KW - Wound Infection

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