Monday, 29 August 2011

Pathogenic Bacteria: The Cause of Bacterial Infection

Pathogenic bacteria are responsible for the bacterial infections that can occur almost anywhere in the body.

Pathogenic bacteria cause infections and disease. They are responsible for toxic shock syndrome, food poisoning, pneumonia, strep throat and meningitis.

Most persons have had a bacterial infection at one time or another-whether it’s an bacterial intestinal infection, ear infection, or some other form of infection, opportunistic pathogenic bacteria are likely to cause infection at some point.

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