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ACTINOMYCETALES INFECTION: WHAT IS ACTINOMYCETALES INFECTION?

Read about actinomycetales infection medical facts: what is the definition of actinomycetales infection, what are the signs and symptoms, clinical trials, and related actinomycetales infection diseases.

Definition: What is "Actinomycetales Infection"?

ACTINOMYCETALES INFECTION

Actinomycetales infection is an infection which is bacterial in nature. This comes from the order of actinobacteria. The alternate names for this type of infection are: actinomycete infection; actinomycetales infection; or actinomycte infection.

Symptoms & Signs

The symptoms of actinomycetales infection include inflammation of the lungs; the loss of appetite; chest pains; cough; coughing up of blood; weight loss; headache; weakness; lethargy (feeling of sluggishness or tiredness); abscesses of the organs; confusion; abscesses of the skin; fever; night sweating (usually cold sweats); a liver that is abnormally large; & an abnormally enlarged spleen.

Clinical Trials

There are several trials that are privately & federally supported wherein the subjects are humans. A few of these trials include prophylaxis against tuberculosis for patients with HIV or the human immunodeficiency virus infection; the administration of Rifampicin (at the trial phases II & III), clofazimine, ciprofloxacin, Amikacin & Ethambutol; Clarithromycin treatment; pharmacokinetics; & Levofloxacin.

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