Pseudomonas stutzeri infections

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Pseudomonas stutzeri infections

Pseudomonas stutzeri are bacteria found in all areas of the environment, mostly soil and water, and they play a role in the nitrogen cycle. These bacteria infect people very rarely. Infections that do occur usually are in the skin and almost all infections can be treated successfully with antibiotics.

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