Case 53

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Case 51

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Case 41

Patient 41 is a 25 year-old male with no significant past medical history who sustained an extensive electrical injury on Oct2020 resulting in 22% total body surface area burns. Burn wounds were complicated by a cranial osteomyelitis with associated complicated soft tissue infection. The patient underwent extensive debridement of the scalp and skull throughout his

Case 19

Patient #19, a 7-year-old female who sustained multiple injuries from a MVA in 2018. This accident led to a long hospital admission and multiple surgical interventions with metal hardware (bilaterally, from hips down) ultimately resulting in chronic multidrug resistant P. aeruginosa osteomyelitis of the left foot. Her physicians sought out phage therapy since futher surgery

Case 15

Patient #15, a 46-year-old male who had multiple trauma 25 years ago during his service in the military. During this time, he had multiple prolonged admissions to the hospital where he eventually developed Pseudomonas aeruginosa osteomyletis in his left tibia. The most recent imaging at the site of infection suggested that the P. aeruginosa had

Case 7

Patient #7, a 41 year old male who sustained multiple traumas including the left knee. He developed a post-operative wound infection with multidrug resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae and Acinetobacter baumannii. A second muscle flap surgery was performed in a final attempt to save the patient’s leg. Following surgery, the patient received a two week course of intravenous bacteriophage therapy.