Bacillus cereus peritonitis in a patient being treated with continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis

I Balakrishnan
1997 Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation  
Key words: Bacillus cereus; CAPD peritonitis; lysis distressed and in pain. He was apyrexial, and no abnormality was detected in the cardiovascular, respir-centrifugation atory, or central nervous systems. His abdomen was generally tender, with guarding and rebound tenderness. All the abdominal signs were most marked centrally. Bowel sounds were quiet. examination revealed an ill-looking man, who was Discussion this common mode of renal replacement therapy. The
doi:10.1093/ndt/12.11.2447 pmid:9394346 fatcat:4vnxttjpx5cgvetv246k4yfbma