Bridgette Huss

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Surface water can be contaminated by bacteria from various sources, including manure from agricultural facilities. Attachment of these bacteria to soil and organic particles contributes to their transport through the environment, though the mechanism of attachment is unknown. As bacterial attachment to human tissues is known to be correlated with antibiotic(More)
Severe neutropenia is a common feature in patients with T-large granular lymphocytic (LGL) leukemia. Neutropenia often causes severe infections and septicemia, thus representing a major cause of morbidity and mortality in this disease. We have treated two outpatients with T-LGL leukemia who had severe neutropenia (neutrophils <0.2×109/l) successfully with(More)
Following repeated metamizole applications a 41-year old intensive-care patient suffering from severe craniocerebral trauma and sepsis developed a drug-induced agranulocytosis. Early G-CSF treatment reduced the neutropenic period to 4 days.
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