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325 kHz -327 kHz: Clostridium difficile:

Infection category: 2.

Can cause diarrhea and bowel problems.

It is part of the normal intestinal flora and can multiply after antibiotic treatment and displace acidophylus and bifidobacterium species.

During antibiotic therapy and for the next two weeks, an “intestinal cleansing! be aimed for.

Common resonances:
396-397, 512-513


396 kHz - 397 kHz: Clostridium difficile:

see 325-327


512 kHz - 513 kHz: Clostridium difficile:

see 325-327


 

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