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BIBisexual
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BIBacterial Infection
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BIBritish India
BIBidirectional
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BIBodily Injury
BIBlack Iron
BIBiological Indicator
BIBusiness Integration
BIBurn-In
BIBainbridge Island (Washington state)
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BIBad Influence (band)
BIBurning Issues
BIBanca d'Italia (Italian central bank)
BIBusiness Instruction
BIBrain Informatics
BIBilling Instructions
BIBehavioral Interventions
BIBeginning Inventory
BIBeyond Imagination
BIBarthel Index
BIRoyal Brunei Airlines (IATA airline code)
BIBus Interconnect
BIBritish Israelism
BIBinary Input
BIBubble Interface
BIBumrungrad International (Thailand)
BIBreidbart Index (USENET spam metric)
BIBibliographisches Institut (German book publisher)
BIBody Inflation (artificial physical transformation)
BIBiella, Piemonte (Italian province)
BIBribie Island (Australia)
BIBriefing to Industry
BIBirth Index
BIBavarian Inn (Lake Ronkonkoma)
BIBloody Idiot
BIBaccalauréat International (French: International Baccalaureate)
BIBook Inventory
BIBeer Institute
BIBiographical Inventory (US Navy)
BIBiot Number (heat transfer)
BIBroadcast Intelligence
BIBattlefield Information
BIBefore Internet
BIBraniff International (defunct US airline)
BIBackplane Interconnect
BIBuffer Index
BIBusiness Impact Test
BIBibliotheca Islamica (Islamic Library - German Oriental Society)
BIbattle injury (US DoD)
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BI(Run) Batted In (Baseball)
BIBattlespace Infosphere
BIBackward Indicator
BIBase-In Prism (ophthalmology)
BIBranch Immaterial
BIBehavior Inhibition (psychology)
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BIBebco Industries (La Marque, TX)
BIBatch Interactive (IBM)
BIBattlefield Interdiction
BIBasketball Ireland
BIBeni Immobiliari (Italian)
BIBrand Institute, Inc (Miami, FL)
BIBranch Insertion
BIBell Intrigna
BIBiotehnologii Industriale (Romania)
BIBayer Industrieprodukte (Cologne, Germany)
BIBuild Increment
BIBannockburn Institute
BIBilhete de Identificação
BIBedriftsokonomisk Institutt (Norwegian: Business Institute)
BIBrigade Internationaliste
BISignaling Identification Assigned By Exchange B
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We calculated descriptive statistics on hospitalization costs as well on the characteristics of these patients, their inpatient course of stay, the hospitals they were discharged from, and the type of bacterial infection with which they were diagnosed.
According to the advisory, Scrub typhus is a bacterial infection which is potentially fatal.
NetScientific Chief Executive & Chief Financial Officer Ian said: "This encouraging data published in the renowned European Respiratory Journal demonstrates ProAxsis's ability to monitor bacterial infections in real time in patients suffering from lung diseases.
The sensitivity and specificity of procalcitonin for diagnosis of serious bacterial infection were 78% and 80%, respectively.
The concentration of PCT in patients with G- bacterial infection was much higher than that of G+ bacterial infection and fungus infection group, while the difference between G + bacterial infection and fungus infection was not significant.
In addition, providing antibiotics when a bacterial infection is not present will not benefit and can even harm a patient.
Your doctor can usually identify a bacterial infection using lab tests.
The following data were collected from hospital information system and medical documents: age, gender, diabetes, coexisting other autoimmune diseases, steroid exposure, laboratory findings, symptoms, the presence of bacterial infection at admission or during hospitalization, and mortality at 28 and 90 days.
We used the most widely used cutoff value for PCT of 0.5 ng/mL for the diagnosis of bacterial infection [16-18].
The specificity and sensitivity of diagnosing COPD in combination with bacterial infection with PCT or CRP were lower than those of PCT in combination with CRP.
Even in cases where a patient has a confirmed case of influenza, there is still the possibility that they may have, or become infected by, a secondary bacterial infection. This leads clinicians to treat patients empirically with antibiotics, which can result in unnecessary antibiotic use among patients without a bacterial infection.
The NHS Sustainable Development Unit (SOU) has published a case study demonstrating how Medi-Shower is helping reduce waterborne bacterial infection in hospitals while significantly lower in cost, waste, water and labour.