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Pseudomembranous enteritis

Pseudomembranous enteritis PMC) is also known as Clostridium difficile anaerobic enteritis, postoperative enteritis, antibiotic enteritis, antibiotic induced Clostridium difficile anaerobic enteritis, etc. PMC often occurs after major surgery and in patients with critical and chronic consumptive diseases. The use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, especially oral clindamycin, promotes the imbalance of intestinal flora, the abnormal reproduction of Clostridium difficile anaerobic bacillus, the production of clindamycin, resulting in acute shock inflammation of intestinal mucosa and the formation of pseudomembrane on necrotic mucosa.


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