Bacterial Meningitis Due To Gram-negative Bacteria: Disease Bioinformatics
Meningitis causes inflammation of the meninges which is the protective membranes surrounding the in the brain and spinal cord. The inflammation is caused by an infection in the fluid surrounding the brain or spinal. Gram-negative bacteria can cause Acute Bacterial Meningitis and is more common in infants than adults. Gram-negative meningitis becomes more likely in people with a recent brain surgery, a urinary tract infection, or spinal abnormalities. Gram-negative bacteria have relatively impermeable cell walls which causes them to be more resistant against antibiotics. Bacterial Meningitis Due To Gram-negative Bacteria is very serious and when treatment is not started early, the outcome could be permanent brain damage or death.
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