Enter InVitaLab (cfu/gm) Report

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BacteriaReported LevelComment
[Clostridium] leptum [species] Coagulase-positive staphylococcal infections: Skin infections, including impetigo[26][41] Acute infective endocarditis[26][41] Septis[26][26] Necrotizing pneumonia[26] Meningitis[41] Osteomyelitis[41] Toxinoses Scalded skin syndrome[26][41] Toxic shock syndrome[26][41] Staphylococcal food poisoning[26][41]
Acinetobacter [genus]
Bacillus [genus] Pathogen
Bacteroides [genus]
Bifidobacterium [genus]
Clostridium [genus] Pathogen
Corynebacteriaceae [family]
Enterobacteriaceae [family]
Enterococcus [genus]
Escherichia coli [species] Diarrhea[26][41] Urinary tract infections (UTI)[26][41] Meningitis in infants[26][41] Hospital-acquired pneumonia[41] Hospital-acquired sepsis[41]
Escherichia coli Biovare [species]
Hafnia alvei [species]
Klebsiella [genus] Pathogen
Kluyvera [genus]
Lactobacillus [genus] Pathogen
Levinea Young et al. 1971 [genus] Pathogen
Morganella morganii [species]
Peptostreptococcus [genus] Pathogen
Proteus [genus] Pathogen
Providencia [genus] Pathogen
Pseudomonas [genus]
Serratia [genus]
Streptococcus [genus] Opportunistic Bacteria
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