The relationship of thrombocytopenia and bacteremia in children

A number of studies have noted the link between thrombocytopenia and bacteremia. According to Corrigan, 55% of children with gram-negative bacteremia and 77% with gram-positive bacteremia of platelets had less than 150×109 / l. Most

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A number of studies have noted the link between thrombocytopenia and bacteremia. According to Corrigan, 55% of children with gram-negative bacteremia and 77% with gram-positive bacteremia of platelets had less than 150×109 / l. Most

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Changes in white blood cells in a blood smear in bacteremia in children

In bacteremia and bacterial diseases, microscopic changes in circulating neutrophils are noted, allowing to suspect the disease, but, of course, do not make a diagnosis. When stained according to Wright, blue or bluish-gray cytoplasmic inclusions

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In bacteremia and bacterial diseases, microscopic changes in circulating neutrophils are noted, allowing to suspect the disease, but, of course, do not make a diagnosis. When stained according to Wright, blue or bluish-gray cytoplasmic inclusions

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The value of the number of leukocytes with fever in a child.

Leukocytosis and bacteremia When examining a child with acute fever, the most common method is a complete blood count. A lot has been written about this method, but the available literature data are often contradictory,

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Leukocytosis and bacteremia When examining a child with acute fever, the most common method is a complete blood count. A lot has been written about this method, but the available literature data are often contradictory,

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Direct and indirect methods for the diagnosis of bacterial infection – bacteremia

All methods for the diagnosis of bacterial infections can be divided into two main groups – direct and indirect. Straight lines make it possible to isolate a pathogen or one of the products of its

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All methods for the diagnosis of bacterial infections can be divided into two main groups – direct and indirect. Straight lines make it possible to isolate a pathogen or one of the products of its

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Methods for the diagnosis of bacteremia in children – direct and indirect methods

Clinical methods (anamnesis, physical examination, the magnitude of fever) play a leading role in the diagnosis, but with their help it is not always possible to identify bacteremia or severe bacterial infection in a particular

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Clinical methods (anamnesis, physical examination, the magnitude of fever) play a leading role in the diagnosis, but with their help it is not always possible to identify bacteremia or severe bacterial infection in a particular

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The magnitude of fever with latent bacteremia in children

Most children with high fever do not have serious illnesses, and dangerous diseases are often accompanied by low fever. But, as a rule, the higher the fever, the greater the likelihood of having a serious

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Most children with high fever do not have serious illnesses, and dangerous diseases are often accompanied by low fever. But, as a rule, the higher the fever, the greater the likelihood of having a serious

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Age of children with latent bacteremia and fever

As already indicated in the articles on our website, bacteremia and other serious bacterial infections are most often observed in young children. The general rule is: the younger the child, the greater the risk. However,

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As already indicated in the articles on our website, bacteremia and other serious bacterial infections are most often observed in young children. The general rule is: the younger the child, the greater the risk. However,

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Causative agents of latent bacteremia in children – causes

The most common causative agent of latent bacteremia in children with fever without local symptoms is Streptococcus pneumoniae. According to McCarthy, S. pneumonia was isolated from blood in 53% of children of all ages with

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The most common causative agent of latent bacteremia in children with fever without local symptoms is Streptococcus pneumoniae. According to McCarthy, S. pneumonia was isolated from blood in 53% of children of all ages with

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The frequency of latent bacteremia in children – epidemiology

Does a child with a fever without a visible source of infection have a greater risk of developing hidden bacteremia than a child with a clear focus of infection? The answer depends on the type

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Does a child with a fever without a visible source of infection have a greater risk of developing hidden bacteremia than a child with a clear focus of infection? The answer depends on the type

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Examination of a child with fever without local symptoms – diagnosis

When examining a child with a fever without any specific symptoms or signs, special attention should be paid to the history of the disease. (The fact that we are dealing with “fever without local symptoms”

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When examining a child with a fever without any specific symptoms or signs, special attention should be paid to the history of the disease. (The fact that we are dealing with “fever without local symptoms”

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