Putrid infection

Putrid infection - severe infectious tissue damage with death and rotting decay. Pathogens - germs of decay (Bac. subtilis, Proteus vulgaris etc.), usually found as saprophytes (see) in the mouth, intestines, certainly present in each long festering wound and become pathogenicity only in certain conditions, mainly in the General weakening of the body. Putrid the infection usually develops as a complication of wounds, affecting the wounds that contains many non-viable tissues. Often she joins heavy (especially anaerobic) infection or develops as its complication. For incipient putrefaction infection is characterized by a slow but unstoppable spread with dead tissue on adjacent living (including bones)that undergo necrosis, and then rot, turning into a stinking mass. The process has no inclination to delimitation, and even amputation not always stops him. Severe intoxication often leads to death. Prevention, detection, treatment wound putrefactive infection - see the Wounds, the wounds.
Some of putrefactive bacteria, especially when photospermsmap symbiosis (a combination of Bac. fusiformis and Spirochaeta buccalis), can cause rot infection as an independent disease. The most dangerous of them rot infection is putrid cellulitis bottom of the mouth (see Ludwig's Angina).