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Color resonance
New technology based on radio waves

according to the discovery of Mr. R.F. Liley


Introduction color therapy What is resonance? What is color resonance? Where does this color therapy come from? Technical development and more. Infections and science. More information? Contact us!

Diseases: Bacterial Infection, Guillain Barré Syndrome, Septic arthritis, Sun Allergy,
Microorganisms: Adenovirus, Brucella, Borrelia, Campylobacter, Cytomegalo virus, Giardia, Polio virus, Coxiella burnetii, Salmonella, Tuberculosis,

Bacterial Arthritis More information about septic arthritis More information about toxic synovitis


Septic arthritis, also called infectious or bacterial arthritis, is not as common as some of the other types of arthritis. Acute septic arthritis occurs most often following direct injury, such as in an accident, in persons with artificial joints, and in persons with bacteremia due to certain infections, such as a skin infection. The knee and the hip are the most commonly infected joints. The acute form of septic arthritis is usually caused by organisms, such as staphylococcus, streptococcus (pneumoniae), and group B streptococcus; the chronic form, although more rare, is often caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Candida albicans.

Some people use 'reactive arthritis' as a synonym for 'bacterial arthritis', although others use it for arthritis caused by an overreaction of the immunesystem to an infection elsewere in the body. A variety of infections can cause reactive arthritis, gastrointestinal processes are by far the most common: Campylobacter, Salmonella and others. Also there is 'Toxic synovitis'. It occurs in children prior to the onset of puberty and is a transient arthritis of the hip that usually resolves on its own.

Sources
The eMedicine Clinical Knowledge Base
U.S. National Library of Medicine


Bacterial Arthritis and color resonance

Trails for testing with bacterial and reactive arthritis and toxic synovitis are running.


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