(B. cepacia, for brief.) Several micro-organisms present in earth and liquid which can be usually resistant to common antibiotics. B. cepacia poses small medical danger to healthy men and women. But those that have particular health conditions particularly a weakened immune systems or persistent lung infection, particularly cystic fibrosis (CF), are far more susceptible to disease along with it. Transmission of B. cepacia has-been reported from polluted solutions and medical devices along with contaminated over-the-counter nasal spray and contaminated mouthwash. B. cepacia can also be spread to vulnerable individuals by person-to-person contact, contact with polluted surfaces, and contact with B. cepacia in the environment. Attention to disease control processes like hand health can really help reduce the danger of transmission of the organism. Decisions regarding treatment of infections with B. cepacia would be best made on a case-by-case foundation. Frequently it may be addressed with medications called Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole or Meropenem.