bacterial pneumonia

(redirected from pneumococcal pneumonia)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

bacterial pneumonia

[bak′tir·ē·əl nə′mō·nyə]
(medicine)
Consolidation of the lung caused by inflammatory exudation due to bacterial infection.
References in periodicals archive ?
Outbreaks of pneumococcal pneumonia among unvaccinated residents of chronic-care facilities--Massachusetts, October 1995, Oklahoma, February, 1996, and Maryland, May-June 1996.
The most common manifestation of PD in adults 50 years of age and older is non-bacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia, a non-invasive form of the disease.
Serologically indicated pneumococcal pneumonia in children: a population-based study in primary care settings.
The approval of this indication was based on immune responses elicited by Prevnar 13, and there have been no controlled trials in adults demonstrating a decrease in pneumococcal pneumonia or invasive pneumococcal disease.
Furthermore, in the context of pneumococcal disease not specifically associated with influenza, use of PPV has protected against invasive pneumococcal disease but not against pneumococcal pneumonia in the absence of bacteremia (31).
Cefotaxime or ceftriaxone are the preferred parenteral agents for pneumococcal pneumonia without meningitis if the minimum inhibitory concentration is less than 2 [micro]g/mL.
First pneumococcal conjugate vaccine for adults 50+ has potential to help address high incidence of pneumococcal pneumonia
The trend in pneumococcal pneumonia (ICD10 code J13X), which is most likely to represent confirmed pneumococcal pneumonia, was stable, suggesting that PPV23 had little influence.
Influenza and pneumococcal pneumonia are among the leading causes of death in adults aged 65 and older, together causing as many as 30,000 deaths a year.
We conducted a case-control study of adults with bacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia to identify factors associated with macrolide resistance.
The protective efficacy of pneumococcal vaccines containing 6 or 12 capsular polysaccharides was investigated in two controlled studies of young, healthy gold miners in South Africa, in whom there was a high attack rate for pneumococcal pneumonia and bacteremia.

Full browser ?