Septicemia caused by contaminated parenteral nutrition pouches: the refrigerator as an unusual cause.

Abstract

Eleven patients in a hospital presented with septicemia caused by Enterobacter cloacae. The origin was the contamination of parenteral nutrition admixture from a resting place in the refrigerator of the parenteral mixture preparation room.

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@article{Dugleux1991SepticemiaCB, title={Septicemia caused by contaminated parenteral nutrition pouches: the refrigerator as an unusual cause.}, author={G Dugleux and Xavier Le Coutour and Claudine Hecquard and I Oblin}, journal={JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition}, year={1991}, volume={15 4}, pages={474-5} }