Symptoms include soft tissue infections and blood poisoning.
What does STI stand for?
STI stands for Soft Tissue Infection (medicine)
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- Short Term Incentive (structured or unstructured bonus payment)
- Short-Time Integration
- Side Turn Indicator (automotive side blinker)
- Signal of Technical Interest
- Simtec Triad Ionate
- Simulation Technologies, Inc.
- Singapore Regional Training Institute (IMF)
- Single Table Inheritance
- So That's It?
- Soft Tissue Injury
- Software Technology Integration
- Software Technology, Inc.
- Software Testing Institute
- Software Thread Integration (computer programming)
- Sony, Toshiba, IBM (Cell processor alliance)
- Sous-Traitance Industrielle (French: Industrial Subcontracting)
- Space Technology Initiative
- Spacetech International (Germany)
- Special Technical Instruction (Royal Australian Air Force)
Samples in periodicals archive:
From The Annual Interscience Conference On Antimicrobial Agents And Chemotherapy CHICAGO--The rate of skin and soft tissue infections in Americans younger than 65 years increased by approximately 11% between 2005 and 2008, a study has shown.
Surgeons should raise high suspicion of A hydrophila as an offending pathogen when signs of rapidly progressive soft tissue infection developed in an immunocompromised hosT (2).
CAMRSA soft tissue infection outbreaks have occurred in the setting of military trainees, participants in competitive sports, and among inmates of correctional facilities.
emergency department visits for skin and soft tissue infections rose at the same time community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus was emerging, according to a study published online Jan.
Spider Bites Presenting with Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Soft Tissue Infection Require Early Aggressive Treatment.
Clinical signs and symptoms include septicemia, cavitating pneumonia, bone and soft tissue infections, disseminated abscesses, mycotic aneurysms, lymphadenitis, and childhood parotitis.
pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, and Moraxella catarrhalis; and skin and soft tissue infections caused by staphylococci and/or streptococci, as well as several other bacterial infections.