Posted by debbiebartram @debbiebartram, Oct 1, 2021

my daughter has had an open infection of pseudomomus since last surgery 5 years there any cure

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Hi Debbie! Wow 5 years with an open infection is a very long time. Your poor daughter, this must be miserable to deal with! Is this painful?

Can you give me a little more information as to how she got the infection?
Has there been any treatment attempted? Is this at the site of the surgery or was the surgery performed to treat this? Were there cultures run on the bacteria to determine specifically if it’s Pseudomonas aeruginosa? Are there any underlying health conditions that might impact her ability to fight infections?

Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections are frequently antibiotic resistant, posing real challenges for healing and dangerous if it goes systemic. Powerful broad spectrum antibiotics, often in combinations are needed to help bring it under control.
Has your daughter been seen by a wound care specialist?

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