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Xanthomonas Phage Cf Virus
CF screen: Recurrent chest infections can be caused by a long list - viruses, bacteria, aspiration and cf. It is a good idea though to consult with your physician to discuss obtaining a test for cf. Problems with the immune system can also lead to recurrent infections. These can be diagnosed by appropriate testing. Prmg practice can review the records at no charge to you by faxing information to : 858259968. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disorder involving lungs & digestive tract, causing recurrent lung infections due to thick inspissated mucus & poor growth in majority of patients due to malabsorption. Treatment involves inhaled respiratory therapies to prevent lung disease & pancreatic enzymes to enable absorption of nutrients. Average life expectancy is near 40 years, ...Read more
Cf,ds,cmv all ruled out.other causes for echo bowel?if fetus swallowed stained amniotic,isn't t a pblm?can I ve blood in amniotic fluid.is t normal?
Need more info.: I gather there was a concern your baby might have Cystic Fibrosis, Down's Syndrome or CytoMegaloVirus and am glad your baby doesn't. If he or she has swallowed blood-stained fluid, it shouldn't hurt the baby directly. But I don't know what you mean by "echo bowel", why extra tests were done or why there's blood in the amniotic fluid. These are important questions that you should ask your OB. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
B. Cepacia and CF: If you become colonized with B. cepacia,you will need to be more diligent than ever with the treatments you are already doing: Airway clearance, Bronchodilators, Mucolytics, and Nutrition.If the colonization turns into an infection,things get a bit trickier. B. cepacia is highly resistant to most antibiotics. So once you become infected it is hard to get rid of. ...Read more
From both parents: CF is an autosomal recessive disorder meaning the infant must inherit a mutated or abnormal copy of the CF gene from both the mother and the father. If both parents are carriers of a CF mutation, the odds of the infant having CF are 1 out of 4 or 25% for every pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mercury exposure: Mercury vapors escape when a cfl bulb breaks & several precautions are necessary. Stop airconditioning or fans in that room, open all doors and windows. After 15 min of airing the room, carefully gather all fragments & dispose as per local regulations for mercury containing products. Keep room open for several hours after clean up & do not switch on the ac in the room during that time. ...Read more
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