Fanny Vuotto

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INTRODUCTION Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a frequent cause of ventilator-acquired pneumonia (VAP). Candida tracheobronchial colonization is associated with higher rates of VAP related to P. aeruginosa. This study was designed to investigate whether prior short term Candida albicans airway colonization modulates the pathogenicity of P. aeruginosa in a murine(More)
BACKGROUND We observed an increased rate of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteremia in our hematology unit in 2004-2007 without an identified environmental source. METHODS We conducted a matched case-control study to investigate factors associated with P aeruginosa bacteremia in patients with hematologic malignancies. RESULTS Forty-two episodes of P(More)
INTRODUCTION An alveolar haemorrhage occurs in 12 to 29% during microscopic polyangeitis and can reveal this disease. EXEGESIS We report the case of a fifteen years old female patient with a microscopic polyangeitis which was diagnosed during the investigation of a chronic anemia with chronic asymptomatic alveolar haemorrhage and extracapillary(More)
BACKGROUND Human infection with a novel coronavirus named Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was first identified in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East in September, 2012, with 44 laboratory-confirmed cases as of May 23, 2013. We report detailed clinical and virological data for two related cases of MERS-CoV disease, after nosocomial(More)
BACKGROUND Nocardiosis is a rare, life-threatening opportunistic infection, affecting 0.04% to 3.5% of patients after solid organ transplant (SOT). The aim of this study was to identify risk factors for Nocardia infection after SOT and to describe the presentation of nocardiosis in these patients. METHODS We performed a retrospective case-control study of(More)
Background Solid organ transplant (SOT) recipients are at risk of nocardiosis, a rare opportunistic bacterial infection, but prognosis and outcome of these patients are poorly defined. Our objectives were to identify factors associated with 1-year mortality after nocardiosis and describe the outcome of patients receiving short-course antibiotics (≤120(More)
OBJECTIVES Reducing antibiotic consumption has now become a major public health priority. Reducing treatment duration is one of the means to achieve this objective. Guidelines on the therapeutic management of the most frequent infections recommend ranges of treatment duration in the ratio of one to two. The Recommendation Group of the French Infectious(More)
Infectious diseases specialist consultants are usually senior physicians. At the Lille University Hospital, it was decided to associate an infectious disease (ID) resident to this remote infectious disease activity to improve his training in this field. He visited the emergency department daily, participated in weekly multidisciplinary meetings with medical(More)