See also: Infection Infectious Infer Inferior Inference Inferno Inferred Inferiority Infed Infects Infeft Inferiorly Inferencia Infernum Infernus Infectee Infernal Infected Inferring Infested Infertile Inferential Infertility
1. Overview An Infection occurs when another organism enters your body and causes disease
2. The organisms that cause Infections are very diverse and can include things like viruses, bacteria, fungi,
3. Medical Definition of Infection 1 a : the state produced by the establishment of one or more pathogenic agents or microorganisms (as bacteria, viruses, protozoans, or fungi) in or on the body of a suitable host treated a bacterial Infection of the eye
4. People can be sick with symptoms of an Infection or colonized with germs (not have symptoms of an Infection but able to pass the germs to others)
5. Infection: The invasion and multiplication of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites that are not normally present within the body.An Infection may cause no symptoms and be subclinical, or it may cause symptoms and be clinically apparent
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6. An Infection may remain localized, or it may spread through the blood or lymphatic vessels to become systemic (bodywide).
7. Injury or Infection to a finger or fingers is a common problem
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8. Infection can range from mild to potentially serious
9. Often, these Infections start out small and are relatively easy to treat.
10. Infections that lead to sepsis most often start in the lung, urinary tract, skin, or gastrointestinal tract
11. However, an Infection can lead to sepsis, and you can spread some Infections to other people
12. Bacterial Infections cause most cases of sepsis.
13. Infections are caused by microscopic organisms known as pathogens that enter the body, multiply, and interfere with normal functions
14. For most healthy people, following a few basic principles can go a long way in knowing how to prevent Infections and
15. The invasion of bodily tissue by pathogenic microorganisms that proliferate, resulting in tissue injury that can progress to disease: measures taken by the hospital to prevent Infection.
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16. What does Infection mean? The definition of Infection is the process of bacteria or viruses invading the body or making someone ill or diseased.
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17. Infection is a distributed game which simulates the spread of an illness.The goal is to stop the outbreak before every player dies! Number of players: 1 Master and 4, or more, additional players
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18. A wound Infection occurs when bacteria enters a break in the skin
19. The Infection may involve just the skin, or affect deeper tissues or organs close to the wound
20. What increases my risk for a wound Infection? Anything that decreases your body's ability to …
21. Infections can be localized, as in pharyngitis, or widespread as in sepsis, and are often accompanied …
22. An Infection of the bone, called osteomyelitis, could lead to sepsis
23. The journal Infection is a peer-reviewed forum for the presentation and discussion of clinically relevant information on infectious diseases for readers and contributors from all over the world
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24. A urinary traction Infection (UTI) is a very common type of Infection in your urinary system
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25. A skin Infection occurs when parasites, fungi, or germs such as bacteria penetrate the skin and spread
26. A new Infection has spread around the planet, that turns people into undead
27. A disease in a part of your body that is caused by bacteria or a virus: a serious Infection
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28. Bandage the wound to reduce the risk of Infection
29. A throat Infection, sometimes called pharyngitis, can be either a bacterial or a viral Infection leading to inflammation of the tissues of the throat that causes redness, pain and swelling of the walls or structures of the throat.
30. Infection is a process in which bacteria, viruses, fungi or other organisms enter the body, attach to cells, and multiply
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31. Infections have the potential to cause illness, but in many cases the infected person does not get sick
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32. The symptoms depend on the type of Infection
33. Some symptoms that are common to many skin Infections include rashes, swelling, redness, pain, pus, and itching
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34. How are skin Infections diagnosed? To diagnose a skin Infection, health care providers will do a physical exam and ask about your symptoms
35. Other types of skin Infection, such as impetigo
36. Very rare complications include: Developing a further Infection with tetanus
37. Developing a further Infection called necrotising fasciitis, known as the 'flesh-eating bug'
38. Management and Treatment How is an E. coli Infection treated?
39. Fortunately, most E. coli Infections go away on their own
40. You can help yourself manage E. coli Infection by drinking plenty of fluids to replace what you’ve lost through diarrhea and/or vomiting
41. "Infection" is a three-part fictional crossover event that exists within the Chicago television franchise
42. It began with "Infection: Part I" of Chicago Fire, continued with "Infection: Part II" of Chicago Med, and then concluded with "Infection: Part III" of Chicago P.D.
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43. Even if it turns out that you don’t have an Infection, it’s better to find out for sure than wait for things to get more serious
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44. You could have one or more of the following symptoms if you're getting an Infection: a temperature of above 37.5C or below 36C; your skin feels hot to touch; feeling cold or shivery; aching
45. Many human illnesses are caused by Infection with either bacteria or viruses
46. A secondary bacterial Infection can happen, so monitor for spreading redness, or swelling, or pain
47. Key points about yeast Infection
48. Yeast Infection is caused by yeast on the skin or mucous membranes
49. The symptoms of a yeast Infection depend on where it happens on your body
50. 12 Ways to Reduce Infection Risk
51. Make sure your healthcare team takes steps to avoid exposing you to bacteria, viruses and other Infection-causing agents: They should practice frequent and vigorous hand washing or, in some cases, wearing masks, gowns and/or gloves.
52. Infection definition: An Infection is a disease caused by germs or bacteria
53. Your skin is a natural barrier against Infection
54. Even with many precautions and protocols to prevent Infection in place, any surgery that causes a break in the skin can lead to an Infection
55. Doctors call these Infections surgical site Infections (SSIs) because they occur on the part of the body
56. 10 hours ago · Candidiasis is a fungal Infection caused by a yeast called Candida
57. The latter is the most severe form of Infection
58. A vaginal yeast Infection, which is also sometimes called vulvovaginal candidiasis, happens when the healthy yeast that normally lives in your vagina grows out of control
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59. The medical name for a yeast Infection is "candidiasis," because they’re usually caused by a type of yeast called
60. Ear and skin Infections can happen if water that contains the germ gets in your ears or on skin
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61. Contaminated contact lenses can cause eye Infections.
62. Pseudomonas Infections that hospital patients get can happen after surgery.They can also develop during a severe sickness, such as pneumonia.
infection (noun) · infections (plural noun)