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Bacteraemia of unknown origin is prevalent and has a high mortality rate. However, there are no recent reports focusing on this issue. From 2005 to 2011, all episodes of community onset bacteraemia of unknown origin (CO-BSI), diagnosed at a 700-bed university hospital were prospectively included. Risk factors for Enterobactericeae resistant to(More)
Staphylococcus aureus bacteremic pneumonia is an uncommon cause of hospitalization, with a high mortality rate. However, published reports are scarce and have included a small number of cases. All patients with S. aureus bacteremic pneumonia were prospectively collected in our institution from 2000 to 2014, and a retrospective revision was performed to(More)
  • bacilli bacteraemia, Nazaret Cobos - Trigueros, +11 authors Jose A. Martinez
  • 2017
Resultados. Se analizaron 341 episodios de bacteriemia por BGN. La sensibilidad, especificidad, valor predictivo positivo y valor predictivo negativo de la prueba de oxidasa para predecir P. aeruginosa fueron del 95%, 99%, 91% y 99%, respectivamente. Cuando el crecimiento se detectó primero o exclusivamente en viales anaerobios, nunca se identificó P.(More)
AIMS Prevalence of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection among alcoholics is thought to be higher than in the general population, although prevalence rates reported are quite variable. Our study is aimed to analyze HCV prevalence in a cohort of alcoholics and to perform a systematic review on this topic. PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 396 alcoholic(More)
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