E. coli

Pustule glum at ozemail.com.au
Tue Aug 20 04:48:56 EST 1996


Hi,
You're both correct (well sort of).  Escherichia coli is part of your
normal flora.  However, under certain circumstances it can become a
pathogen with a spectrum ranging from wound infection or diarrhoea,
right to septicaemia/death or renal failure/death.

I've attached a Word for Windows document which consists of some old
study notes.  Maybe some bits and pieces from it will help you.

Regards

Gary


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