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Iv Antibiotics For Pseudomonas
Various reasons: Pseudomonas is a very common bacteria which has developed many clever ways of resisting different antibiotics. It can destroy the antibiotics with chemicals, pump the antibiotics out of its cell or become 'invisible' to antibiotics by changing the appearance of the bacteria. Pseudomonas can adapt to antibiotics & change during the course of treatment. Serious infections often require an expert. ...Read more
I have prostatitis (Pseudomonas oryzihabitans bacteria). Is this a common bacteria? Many antibiotics have failed to cure it. How come?
Unusual organism: Pseudmonas orzyihabitans is an unusual cause of infection in humans. It is commonly found in soil and rice paddies. It can cause infection in patients with lowered immunity or who have Indwelling catheters. It is usually susceptible to cipro, (ciprofloxacin) cephalosporins etc. I am puzzled at how you acquired the infection, what other information can you provide? ...Read more
I have severe COPD and my sputum has shown pseudomonas. I have been given antibiotics for 2 weeks, but my specilist says that I will have this for life. He has not given us any more information and does not seemworried about it, but I am. What should I do
Colonizer...: Pseudomonas is a bacteria that can colonize the airways of people with chronic lung disease. A colonizer is a bacteria that is living in your airways but not causing any harm, like infection. If you have signs and symptoms of infection, then you will need antibiotics to treat it. It is a difficult organism to eradicate once you have it but it only needs treatment if you have infection symptoms. ...Read more
What do you do to treat pseudomonas repeated UTI and weakened immune system due to long term antibiotic use?
Repeat UTI's: I would suggest you see a urologist to arrive at a diagnosis of what is causing your having repeat uti's. One of the causes is an anatomical problem of your urinary system. You will need a renal ultrasound and perhaps a xray of your kidneys, ureters and bladder. Have your urine cultured to make sure your doctor is giving you an effective antibiotic. How do you know your immune system is weak? ...Read more
The pseudomonas cuticle infection now has yellow pus since being lanced. Unable to take the antibiotic (ischemic)how will it heal? Thanks.
Paronychia: This will probably heal slowly without antibiotics as long as you keep soaking it in warm to hot water and it stays open and draining. On the other hand, if you see any increasing redness or extension of the signs of infection to anywhere else in the hand, see a doctor immediately. ...Read more
External otitis: The most common disease of the ear associated with pseudomonas is external otitis and is not as serious as some doctors think. It may be the result of contaminated water getting into the ear or the excessive use of q-tips. A topical antibiotic with both a quinolone and a steroid is the treatment of choice. ...Read more
Does bacteria Pseudomonas Fluorescens found in culture of expressed prostatic fluid require antibiotics for chronic prostatitis? My doctor says no.
Could pseudomonas in throat makes pain in throat? I have only pain no infection. Should I take antibiotics. Dr said no need?
Culture: A culture is needed to make a proper determination ...Read more
I have been treated with antibiotics for 4 weeks for a kidney infection (pseudomonas) I remain unwell fever and back and loin pain. Is it normal?
Can diverticulitis return a week after finding out you have it? Was hospitalized for a week on 2 kinds of IV antibiotics and sent home with oral
Dr said if no improvement by end of week I need IV antibiotics because I have tried 3 diff one. If I need IV antibiotics where do I have to go 4 them?
Only if the ER doc:
Determines you need it. We prescribe/order IV antibiotics only in certain situations: severe infections, oral route not available (vomiting, etc), antibiotics needed are not available in another form, etc.
If this is a routine order for an antibiotic regimen you are already on, you will not be welcomed with open arms. Call your doctor and ask them to make sure the order has gone through, etc, . ...Read more
ER visits: In order to receive IV antibiotics there needs to be an indication for a doctor to prescribe it. If the ER physician thinks that you need IV antibiotics, you will likely be admitted to the hospital for further work up and evaluation. ...Read more
Abscess after extraction. One oral antibiotic, 2 diff IV antibiotics but still have abscess. What now?
I have neuro Lyme and have heard 6 weeks of IV antibiotics has better results than 4 weeks. What is your opinion?
Symptoms the key: It's better to lok at resolving the neuro symptoms rather than setting a limit on weeks of treatment without regard to improved symptoms. ...Read more
Could the reason that is not closing be that it is still infected even though I am in my 6 weeks of IV antibiotics already?
Several reasons why: Continued infection is at the top of the list. Nutritional issues impair healing as well. Diabetes, can complicate wound healing and cause nonhealing surgical wounds. Proper wound care is an important factor in the treatment of nonhealing surgical wounds and should be performed religiously. Debridement may help. Possibly an antibiotic change. Hyperbaric oxygen helps in some instances as well. ...Read more
Took 2 wks IV antibiotics and month of oral antibiotics due to meningitis. Is my body forever damaged by all these meds? Scared
No: Your body is far from forever damaged. One of the most brilliant findings in recent science is the cellular level resilience and flexibility induced by epigenetic function. Our bodies tend to gravitate toward better health in the absence of major impediments. I usually recommend taking probiotics when taking antibiotics to restore gut bacteria but even that will occur with s healthy diet ...Read more
I have cholecystitis, had IV antibiotics in hosp and am on antibiotics at home. Today urine was cola colour. Should I b worried?
Yes. Bile duct issue: Given your recent history of cholecystitis, gallstones are a concern. First, did they remove your gallbladder already? Also, do they know if gallstones caused your cholecystitis? Occasionally, gallstones from the gallbladder can slip down into your bile ducts. Once stuck in the bile ducts, bile (in the form of bilirubin) can build up in your blood, appearing as dark colored urine. Call your MD ...Read more
Cellulitis from cts 4 days in ER on IV antibiotics. Sever pain and no strength. Dr says its ok heal time 6-7months. I can't even work now. Help?
Complex Symptoms: Cellulitis is basically a visible inflammation (itis) of the skin and soft tissues (red, hot, swollen and tender). It can be caused by many things including sunburn (radiation), trauma (sprained ankle) or poor vein circulation (stasis dermatitis). It need not be caused by bacteria. Your complaints are way out of sorts from simply treatment for infected cuts. A further investigation is needed. ...Read more
I had a 5cm abscess deep inside rectum that cleared up with triple iv antibiotics. What are the chances of it returning now antibiotics have stopped?
Potentially yes: Virtually any drug could trigger a headache depending on a patient's genetic susceptibility, and not unique to have a migraine reaction to certain antibiotics. Might wonder about allergic types of reactions perhaps under these circumstances. Confer with your doctor regarding future medication choices. ...Read more
Likely needed it:
The dentist/surg determined (either from your med hx or prev treatment hx) that your situation warranted the antibiotic. He/she wanted to provide substantial coverage before removing the tooth.
Pills by mouth deliver less antibiotic because the stomach/intestines don't absorb all of the med...By giving it iv, he/she could give the exact dose desired. ...Read more
What causes a supralevator abscess? Disappeared with iv antibiotics. Dr thought crohns but scopes were normal
Anorectal abscess: A supralevator abscess is a rare type of anorectal abscess, one that can have an origin in the abdominal/pelvic cavity. Crohns or diverticulitis can both cause it (leaking material from bowel leads to the infection. True abscess requires surgical drainage for cure, though an early infection might be treated with antibiotics alone. ...Read more
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