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 spread up and down from original site. Patient received 2 weeks of phage therapy at titer of 1.3e11 PFU/ml, at 170 EU/mL and ceftazidime. Patient was released from the hospital with reduced lymphocyte count, and mild elevation of CRP.