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Very high prevalence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae in bacteriemic patients hospitalized in teaching hospitals in Bamako, Mali
TLDR
The analysis of ESBL-E relatedness suggested a high rate of cross transmission between patients, which probably impose a high medical and economic burden to Malian hospitals.
Impact of rapid multiplex PCR on management of antibiotic therapy in COVID-19-positive patients hospitalized in intensive care unit
TLDR
Rapid multiplex PCRs can help to improve antibiotic stewardship by administering appropriate antibiotics earlier and avoiding unnecessary prescriptions.
Acquisition of plasmid-mediated cephalosporinase producing Enterobacteriaceae after a travel to the tropics
TLDR
Even though the pAmpC-E acquisition rate was much lower than that of ESBL-E, it was significant, especially in Asia, showing that pAMPC- E, especially CMY-type producing E. coli have spread in the community settings of tropical regions.
Increased risk of acquisition and transmission of ESBL-producing Enterobacteriaceae in malnourished children exposed to amoxicillin.
TLDR
Routine amoxicillin should be carefully balanced with the risks associated with ESBL-E colonization, which was more frequent and the risk of transmission to siblings higher among children exposed toAmoxicillin.
Phylogroup stability contrasts with high within sequence type complex dynamics of Escherichia coli bloodstream infection isolates over a 12-year period
TLDR
The data suggest that the bloodstream niche is occupied by a wide but specific phylogenetic diversity and that highly specialized extra-intestinal clones undergo frequent turnover at the within sequence type (ST) level.
Two original observations concerning bacterial infections in COVID-19 patients hospitalized in intensive care units during the first wave of the epidemic in France
Among 197 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in ICU, 88 (44.7%) experienced at least one bacterial infection, with pneumonia (39.1%) and bloodstream infections (15,7%) being the most frequent. Unusual
Two original observations concerning bacterial infections in COVID-19 patients hospitalized in intensive care units during the first wave of the epidemic in France
Among 197 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in ICU, 88 (44.7%) experienced at least one bacterial infection, with pneumonia (39.1%) and bloodstream infections (15,7%) being the most frequent. Unusual
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