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Doctor insights on: Diseases Caused By Pseudomonas Putida

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What is pseudomonas putida? How it can affect humans?

What is pseudomonas putida? How it can affect humans?

A bacteria in soil: Pseudomonas putida is a bacteria, and is a very common germ that lives in soil and freshwater environments all over the world. It plays a very important role in the decomposition that drives the carbon cycle. It's reported that p. Putida can break down many types of hydrocarbons and organic toxins. In that manner, p. Putida helps clean up our environment. ...Read more

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My mom has pseudomonas putida infection in lungs. What are the ways a human can contract this infection?

My mom has pseudomonas putida infection in lungs. What are the ways a human can contract this infection?

By having bad luck..: P. Putida is a very common germ that lives in soil and freshwater environments all over the world. Many types of bacteria are in soil. Sometimes, people who work around soil can get sick from inhaling germs from soil, compost, dust thrown into the air during outdoors work, etc... Soil germs can also enter through skin wounds. Doctors can evaluate to see what antibiotics are needed for treatment. ...Read more

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My 1 year old has pseudomonas in her urine. Will this cause kidney damage?

My 1 year old has pseudomonas in her urine. Will this cause kidney damage?

Maybe: Pseudomonas germs can produce significant injury to the kidneys & urinary tract .It is not a common finding even among kids who get a uti. It often shows up in kids who have been on multiple meds & can come from the intestines. Good monitoring going forward can minimize your child's risks. ...Read more

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Who is more susceptible to lung problems caused by pseudomonas aeruginosa?

Who is more susceptible to lung problems caused by pseudomonas aeruginosa?

Cystics, COPD: Patients with cystic fibrosis and patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with bronchiecteisis or pathologic dilation of their bronchi are most susceptible to pseudomonas lowere respiratory tract infections. Patients in the hospital on antibiotics are also susceptible to pseudomonas infections. ...Read more

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My coworker has pseudomonas aeruginosa that has caused a corneal ulcer. Should i be worried of contracting it as well?

My coworker has pseudomonas aeruginosa that has caused a corneal ulcer. Should i be worried of contracting it as well?

No : Assuming your coworker is not rubbing her infected eye and then touching surfaces that you touch prior to touching your eyes, the risk is negligable. The bacteria does not have an airborne transmission mode of spread. ...Read more

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What is a pseudomonas infection?

What is a pseudomonas infection?

Bacterial infection: There are several species of pseudomonas that cause infections in humans. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the most common. It causes urinary tract infections, pneumonia, chronic lung infections in patients with cystic fibrosis and bronchiectesis. It can be part of mixed infections in diabetic foot infections. It causes septicemia in neutropenic cancer patients and patients with central lines in hosp. ...Read more

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Meningocele, pseudomonas and hydrocephalus?

Meningocele, pseudomonas and hydrocephalus?

Unsure: I'm not sure if there's a question here or if you're talking about the three of these together. If so, it would be a very difficult situation to treat. If you have a specific question, please re-send. ...Read more

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What do you know about pseudomonas infections?

What do you know about pseudomonas infections?

Vague question: Usually pseudomonas infections are seen in hospitals, or with chronic open wounds. With burns or open wounds, the initial infection may be staph or strep, but if antibiotics are given, a pseudomonas infection may develop. Appropriate antibiotics usually eradicate the infection. ...Read more

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How can exotoxin of pseudomonas affect the liver?

How can exotoxin of pseudomonas affect the liver?

Eye and lung: Although toxins produced by pseudomonas are probably not needed for the major disease syndromes encountered in most patients with p. Aeruginosa infections, they may be involved in localized infections such as in the eye or lung and contribute to the severity of disease. I am unaware of any effects on the liver by pseudomonal exotoxin. ...Read more