Tag necrotising fasciitis
CCC Critical Care compendium 340

Necrotising fasciitis

Reviewed and revised 12 July 2015 OVERVIEW CLASSIFICATION From Misiakos et al, 2014: Classification of responsible pathogens according to type of infection. Fournier gangrene is typically polymicrobial infection with aerobes and anaerobes, such as coliforms, klebsiella, streptococci, staphylococci, clostridia, bacteroids, and corynbacteria CAUSTIVE…

bubble of trouble…

the case. 76 year old male presents to your Emergency Department via ambulance with right hip pain and a fever of 38.1*C.