what is Bacteremia and how to treat it?

Usually, bacteremia that results from ordinary events, such as dental procedures, is temporary and causes no symptoms

Bacteremia is the presence of bacteria in the bloodstream.
Bacteremia may result from ordinary activities (such as vigorous toothbrushing), dental or medical procedures, or from infections (such as pneumonia or a urinary tract infection).
Having an artificial joint or heart valve or having heart valve abnormalities increases the risk that bacteremia will persist or cause problems.
Bacteremia usually causes no symptoms, but sometimes bacteria accumulate in certain tissues or organs and cause serious infections.
People at high risk of complications from bacteremia are given antibiotics before certain dental and medical procedures.