Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the blue pus bacillus is the primary pathogen of human infectious disorders. The microorganism can be isolated from the intestines of 5% healthy people and up to 30% of patients. Besides, bacillus can be found everywhere.
It can survive in water for about a year (at 37 °C). Sometimes it is also a part of healthy human microflora. Moreover, it can be on the grain skin, armpit skin and ear skin with healthy individuals (up to 2% people), on the nasal mucous membrane (about 3%), in the pharynx (about 7%) and the digestive tract (3-24%).
To clarify, Pseudomonas aeruginosa contamination gives rise to 15-2-% nosocomial infections. Besides, it’s responsible for one-third of all urogenital disorders with urogenital patients. Moreover, it causes 20-25% purulent surgical infections and primary gram-negative bacteriemia. Patients who have burns or bladder disorders, especially with patients who have been taking antibiotics long enough. It is a distinct chemoorganotroph and a strict aerobe.
Like other aerobes, it synthesizes cytochrome oxidase (indophenol oxidase). Pigment formation is a specific sign of great diagnostic importance (with 70-80% clinical isolators). The phenazine pigment pyocyanine colours the nutrient medium wound discharge and bandaging material blue-green. Toxin formation. The pathogenic effect has exotoxin properties. And by the release of endotoxins with the destruction and disintegration of the bacterial cells.
Clinical manifestations for Pseudomonas aeruginosa. High invasiveness is not typical. However, the ubiquitous prevalence of the bacillus makes it the primary pathogen of wound infections and complications. The infections, especially those that occur in the hospitals, run a grave course. And septicemia turns out to be fatal for 35 to 75% patients.
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