Janice H. Carr

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Infection with Aspergillus terreus is more likely to result in invasive, disseminated disease when compared to other Aspergillus species; importantly this species appears to be less susceptible to the antifungal drug amphotericin B. Unique to this species is the ability to produce specialized structures denoted as accessory conidia (AC) directly on hyphae(More)
Segniliparus rugosus represents one of two species in the genus Segniliparus, the sole genus in the family Segniliparaceae. A unique and interesting feature of this family is the presence of extremely long carbon-chain length mycolic acids bound in the cell wall. S. rugosus is also a medically important species because it is an opportunistic pathogen(More)
A nursery outbreak of fever and clinical sepsis resulted in the deaths of 36 neonates in Roraima, Brazil. To determine the cause, epidemiologic studies were performed, along with culture and endotoxin analysis of intravenous (iv) fluids. Affected neonates were more likely to have lower birth weight (2.1 vs. 3.2 kg; P<.01), lower APGAR (activity, pulse,(More)
About APIC APIC's mission is to improve health and patient safety by reducing risks of infection and other adverse outcomes. The Association's more than 13,000 members have primary responsibility for infection prevention, control, and hospital epidemiology in healthcare settings around the globe. The printing and distribution of this Guide was sponsored by(More)
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