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Bakterielle Infektionen

  • H. Scholz
  • B.-K. Jüngst
  • H.-I. Huppertz
  • H.-J. Schmitt
  • K.-M. Keller
  • M. Hufnagel
  • H.-J. Christen
  • H. Eiffert
  • U. Heininger
  • D. Nadal

Zusammenfassung

Durch Staphylokokken verursachte Krankheiten können lokal begrenzt bleiben, generalisiert auftreten oder sich als Intoxikation äußern. Die frühere Einteilung der Staphylokokken nach der Produktion eines gelben Pigmentes in S. aureus und S. albus ist weitgehend verlassen worden. Wegen der Korrelation mit klinischen Krankheitsbildern hat sich dagegen die Einteilung der Staphylokokken in Koagulase-positive (KPS), meist S. aureus, und Koagulase-negative Staphylokokken (KPN), häufig S. epidermidis, bewährt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Scholz
  • B.-K. Jüngst
  • H.-I. Huppertz
  • H.-J. Schmitt
  • K.-M. Keller
  • M. Hufnagel
  • H.-J. Christen
  • H. Eiffert
  • U. Heininger
  • D. Nadal

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