Clinical and lab aspect of anaerobic infection. Ali Somily MD, FRCPC,ABMM. Classification. Anaerobic spore forming bacilli (Clostridia) Gram negative bacilli non-sporing (Bacteroides) Anaerobic streptococci ( Peptostreptococcus ) Anaerobic staphylococcus (Peptococcus)
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Ali Somily MD, FRCPC,ABMM
Extrapyramidal effect and is caused by spasm of the axial along the spinal column .
Traumatic brain injuryOpisthotonus
Week lethargic child
Respiratory and cardiac arrest
Due to colonization of intestine by CI. botulinum
Diagnosis by - Culture of stools
Detection of toxin in feaces
2) Horse antitoxin
1) Adequate pressure cooking autoclaving
2) Heating of food for 10 minutes at 100 OC