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Med assit called and my throat culture was haemophilus parainfluenza 2. Worried because I don't know what this means. amoxicillin for 7 days so far.

Med assit called and my throat culture was haemophilus parainfluenza 2. Worried because I don't know what this means. amoxicillin for 7 days so far.

H. parainfluenzae: Haemophilus parainfluenzae, is a common bacteria found normally in the oropharynx. It probably is NOT the germ responsible for your pharyngitis, although I hope by now after 7 days of antibiotics you're better. Various viruses (mono) and bacteria (Strep A) would be on my list - were they checked for? A related bacteria known as Haemophilus influenzae IS a pathogen (a real germ) but u don't have it ...Read more

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Infection (Definition)

Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more


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How to know if bacterial meningitis is an infection with neisseria meningitis or haemophilus influenzae?

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How to know if bacterial meningitis is an infection with neisseria meningitis or haemophilus influenzae?

CSF exam: Culture of CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) generally allows identification of causative organism of meningitis. Infrequently, bacterial antigen screening test is utilized. ...Read more

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What does haemophilus influenzae on a nasal swab mean? Does it mean bacterial infection?

What does haemophilus influenzae on a nasal swab mean? Does it mean bacterial infection?

Nasal Swab: The three most common bacterial pathogens causing upper respiratory infection in adults are Moraxella catarrhalis, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Haemophilus influenzae. A nasal swab is performed to culture and see what pathogen is causing problems. Haemophilus is a normal colonizer, but when isolated from sputum during infection it can indicate colonization has morphed to pathogenicity. ...Read more

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A sinus culture showed high Haemophilus influenzae. Grahm stain - no white blood cells or organizims. Could I have an infection with no white cells. ?

A sinus culture showed high 	Haemophilus influenzae. Grahm stain - no white blood cells or organizims. Could I have an infection with no white cells. ?

How do you FEEL?: This bacterium can live normally in the sinus as one of your normal friendly flora. Especially if there's not a lot of bacteria or white cells visible, I doubt the area that was swabbed was infected. ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with haemophilus influenzae....have taken cipro (ciprofloxacin) and cefuxcim for 12 days.....I still have it. what should I do?

I have been diagnosed with haemophilus influenzae....have taken cipro (ciprofloxacin) and cefuxcim for 12 days.....I still have it. what should I do?

See below: I am assuming you are being treated for pneumonia. The medications you are taking are often effective for H.influenza if given in adequate dosage. Depending of the antibiotic sensitivity testing you may need a change in treatment. You should request your physician to consult with an Infectious Disease specialist for advice if your not improving. ...Read more

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I had a vaginal swab that showed haemophilus influenzae. I this dangerous? Can it cause menegistis ans can I pass it to my children?

I had a vaginal swab that showed haemophilus influenzae. I this dangerous? Can it cause menegistis ans can I pass it to my children?

Normal flora: Hemophilus influenzae is a little unusual to be isolated from a vaginal swab, but this organism is part of our normal bacterial population, primarily found in the upper respiratory tract. Like all bacteria, it has the potential to create infection under the right circumstances, but this is not common without some predisposition. ...Read more