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Bacteria (Overview)

Are omnipresent single celled organisms which are the both the simplest form of life and the original form of life on earth. The are also called 'prokaryotic' organisms.


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What are oral bacterias?

What are oral bacterias?

Germs: If you want a list there are too many to fit in this space, but most due not cause disease. ...Read more

Bacteria (Overview)

Are omnipresent single celled organisms which are the both the simplest form of life and the original form of life on earth. The are also called 'prokaryotic' organisms.


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What is bacteria?

What is bacteria?

Microscopic organism: Bacteria are microscopic organisms that are all over our world. There are many, many different kinds. Some of them are helpful to us, like the ones that inhabit our digestive tract and help digest our food. Some of them cause deadly diseases. They can be transmitted in a variety of ways. Some of them can be killed by certain antibiotics, but not all. ...Read more

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What kills bacteria?

What kills bacteria?

Antibiotics, soap: Antibiotics kill bacteria inside the body, but different ones kill different types of bacteria. Soap or alcohol hand gel kills most of them on the skin, alcohol and high temperatures (oven or flame) kill bacteria on surfaces. ...Read more

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Are all bacteria bad?

No: Not all bacteria are bad; many are important some of the body's most basic processes, including digestion. Bacteria is also a necessary in the formation of certain foods such as cheese. Lastly, we need the normal flora bacteria to compete against the "bad" bacteria in our body, preventing the bad bacteria from overtaking our body. ...Read more

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How can bacteria be helpful?

How can bacteria be helpful?

Good bacteria: Are essential to our gastrointestinal system. Healthy bacteria can also be found in the vagina. ...Read more

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What does bacteria, hpf mean?

What does bacteria, hpf mean?

Bacteria: Hpf stands for "high power field" and refers to the area seen under a high power microscope in one field. If you can see a single bacteria in this field it means that there are at least 10, 000 bacteria per milliliter in the fluid being examined (generally urine). The usual standard for diagnosis of UTI on a single specimen is >1000, 000/ml, but this can vary. ...Read more

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How do bacteria get into food?

Multiple ways: Bacteria may be introduced to food anywhere from the farm, to any processing or from contamination at the final food preparation at the kitchen. ...Read more

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Which bacteria are good for us?

Which bacteria are good for us?

Many: In fact, the human biome, a complex organization of parasites, bacteria, viruses, yeasts, etc. Forms a unique ecosystem with colonies that coexist on the outside and inside of our bodies. Some of these colonies are very pathogenic under the right circumstances, yet can co-exist within us without contributing to disease. Disease occurs when the balance of any one of these becomes disturbed. ...Read more

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Does hummus have good bacteria?

Generally, no.: Hummus is a middle eastern / arabic food dip or spread made from cooked and mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. Hummus is high in iron and vitamin c and also has significant amounts of folate and vitamin b6. I do no think that hummus is naturally probiotic (rich in 'good bacteria'); however, hummus could be infused with bacterial to make it probiotic. ...Read more

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Do all bacteria cause diseases?

No.: Not all bacteria are pathogenic (cause diseases in humans). There are many bacteria that live in the environment around us and do not cause us trouble. There are other types of bacteria that live with / in us and can even be helpful to us. We all have "normal" bacteria in our intestines that in most instances are helpful to us and do not cause diseases. Hope that this helps. ...Read more

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Can good bacteria cause disease?

Can good bacteria cause disease?

NO: No; they assist us with digestion, produce b12, they produce natural antibiotics that keep other bacteria, fungus and parasites out of the systems. So keeping the gut well flourished with probiotics is ideal. I recommend 2 caps three times daily till gas, bloating and odor are eliminated then reducing to 1-2 caps daily for maintenance. Repeat as often as needed www. Medac4u.Com. ...Read more

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What bacteria do sandboxes have?

Toxoplasmosis: Sand boxes are frequently used by cats like a litter box. Cat excrement can spread the protozoan pathogen toxoplasmosis. ...Read more

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What medicines contain bacteria?

None: Medicines do not contain bacteria. Perhaps you're thinking of supplements such as lactobacilli for digestive health? There are vaccines, some of which are 'live' but weakened (attenuated). The oral typhoid vaccine is an example, but that is a vaccine, not a medicine. If you have a more specific question, maybe a doc here on Htap can help you. ...Read more

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Are most diseases caused by bacteria?

Are most diseases caused by bacteria?

Diseases may be: Caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, toxins, parasites or prions. There are many types of pathogens. ...Read more

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What help s for h.P chlorah bacteria?

What help s for h.P chlorah bacteria?

Treatment of Cholera: Mainstay is oral fluid replacement. The who has rehydration formulas (ors); in us pedialyte. Replacement based on severity of dehydration. Once rehydrated, volume of oral solution should match volume of stool out. Antibiotics are adjunct to ors & are given once vomiting stops & rehydration is completed. (tetracyclines, cipro, (ciprofloxacin) Erythromycin azithro) prevention key: sterile h2o/clean food/vaccine. ...Read more

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Do all bacteria normally cause disease?

Do all bacteria normally cause disease?

No: Bacteria are ubiquitous. Our skin is covered with bacteria and the lining of our gastrointestinal tract harbor numerous strains of bacteria that coexist peacefully with us, their hosts. Some of them actually help us with processes like digestion, and fighting infections. Only a fraction of bacteria that exist on earth are harmful to humans. ...Read more

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How can pathogenic bacteria cause illness?

Which one's?: Bacteria invade the body and multiply. Some create toxins other attack cells directly. See: https://www. Ausmed. Com/articles/how-do-viruses-and-bacteria-cause-disease/ ...Read more

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Do bacteria balintis have long term sympr?

See below: In some individuals, it is associated with a condition known as reactive arthritis. If you start having joint pain, stiffness, or swelling, you need to let your doctor know. ...Read more