SYMPTOM COUNTER VIBRATION: ACINETOBACTER BAUMANNII
Formerly Acetobacter Calcoaceticus-anitrates. It is the most common species of Acinetobacter isolated and the second most common hospital infection, especially in veteran hospitals. It was found as a trigger for nose polyps (11/09). Acinetobacter infections usually involve organ systems that have a high fluid content (e.g., respiratory tract, CSF, peritoneal fluid, urinary tract), manifesting as nosocomial pneumonia, infections associated with continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD), or catheter-associated bacteruria. Symptoms include fever, red swollen warm or painful skin areas, orange, bumpy skin with blisters, cough, chest pain or trouble breathing, burning feeling when urinating, headaches or a stiff neck.