This finding may the causal link between antibiotics and C

This finding may the causal link between antibiotics and C. Difficile infectionsThe latest study by Dr . Sandra Dial from the Research Institute of the MUHC, McGill University, and Attending Staff in the Intensive Care Unit at the Jewish General Hospital, questions the assumption by A majority of physicians that Clostridium difficile infection remain mainly by the use of antibiotics rather than preceded it. This finding may have an important influence on it, such as patients with diarrhea are evaluated during their hospital admission. This study appears in the 6th October issue of the Canadian Medical Association Journal .

‘We believe that all patients with diarrhea, particularly if severe enough to require a hospital visit, for for C. Difficile on arrival at the hospital the moment the test is primarily in patients, ingested the antibiotic. Which probably means that not everyone receives the correct diagnosis, ‘warned Dr.

Simulated pulmonary and pelvic examinations were made at anthropomorphic phantoms an estimate the estimated dosage range for avoid fetal exposure of CT scanner. ‘The 64-line the dosage beyond the direct the fetus is outside the direct scan area for the pulmonary resonance angiography,’said Anthony waistcoat, lead author of study. During the first few, second and third trimesters the 4 – slice scanner 0.077 and 0, of 16-slice scanners as measured is measured 0.025 and 0, and the 64-slice scanner measuring. 016 and the 0, ‘conveys to all three trimester 64 – row CT , a statistically lower fetal dose resulting as the 4. Oder 16-slice scanning This for shorter cycle times and less scatter radiation,’he said. But it is the results have been dramatic different abdominal. To 64-slice scanners for abdomen examination been 20 percent higher in the doses during the third quarter when the 4 – slice and 16-slice scanner. ‘This is likely be used to the elevated greater amount penetrate the larger amount of soft tissues in late pregnancy,’said Dr.