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The first case of bacterial infection was recorded in 1862, while it was first isolated in 1882 from the scientist Gessard, who was called Bacillus pyocyaneus. The most common infections caused by bacteria are the first bacteremia in patients with serious burns, chronic lung injuries in patients with cystic fibrosis, and acute ulcerative keratitis in people who use contact lenses. The gastrointestinal tract is an important gateway for entry into the blood infection caused by bacteria, and the bacteria cause endocarditis, where the bacteria infects the heart valves from the direct invasion of the bloodstream, as it causes meningitis and brain abscesses, and it can invade the central organ The inner and nasal sinuses can also be accessed from a site far from the injury, such as the urinary tract. Other pathogenic infections caused by bacteria are pulmonary injuries, as bacteria are the most common disease associated with lung injuries. They are caused by bacteria Hospitalized lung with a mortality rate greater than 70%. Bacteria are a common cause and acquired by hospitals for urinary tract infections due to their ability to adhere to urinary epithelial cells in the bladder, as they cause cystitis and urinary tract infections. The percentage of deaths caused by bacteria can reach 50% due to many factors, including weak body defenses and bacteria resistance to anti-life as well as the production of bacteria, enzymes and external toxins.

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Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria Bacillus bladder

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Ahmed Sabah Al-Jasimee, Abbas Mayar Hezam, Wurood Jasim Mohammed, Mohammed M Alkhuzaie, & Zinah Abdulkadhim Oudah. (2020). A General Overview on Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria and its pathogenicity. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(1), 702-707. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v11i1.1880