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About 70 percent of the time, symptoms of acute bacterial sinus infections go away within two weeks without antibiotics.
These signs and symptoms may indicate bacterial meningitis, a life-threatening complication of a listeria infection.
Antibiotics may be prescribed to treat a bacterial sinus infection but will not help a viral infection or provide any relieve allergy symptoms.
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Seasonal flu shots, pneumococcal and other bacterial vaccines may help prevent ear infections.
Also known as chronic bacterial prostatitis, this infection is caused by bacteria in the prostate gland.
Prompt treatment clears up most outer ear infections.
As a result, the phagocytes can't protect your body from bacterial and fungal infections.
M. hominis resists most antibiotics, and the three antibiotic treatment recommendations for these infections are neither standard for post-transplant recipient care nor are they standard in therapy regimens for surgical site infections...
The lung infection comes in a variety of strains; it can be viral or bacterial.
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