Anaerobic Bacteremia: Impact of Inappropriate Therapy on Mortality
The antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed for 44 isolates of the Bacteroides fragilis group following the CLSI agar dilution method . 3.
Attributable Mortality of Bacteremia Associated with the Bacteroides
Thus B. fragilis group bacteremia contributes signifi- cantly to morbidity and mortality. The role of anaerobic bacteria in bacteremia is well estab-.
Bacteroides. Jragilis is the most common blood isolate recovered from patients with anaerobic bacteremia; this organism and species of the B. Jragilis group
There is debate regarding the correlation between in vitro susceptibility testing and clinical response to therapy for bacteroides bacteremia.
Bacteremia Due to Bacteroides fragilis after Elective Appendectomy
transplantation and B. fragilis was the most common cause of postoperative bacteremia. Bacteroides bacteremia was significantly associated with performance
Bacteremia Due to Bacteroides fragilis Group: Distribution of Species
of Bacteroides bacteremia determined that the mortality rate B. fragilis group bacteremia to a demographically matched-pair.
Bacteremia caused by Bacteroides fragilis occurred in four of 75 children after renal transplantation and B. fragilis was the most common cause of
First Case of Bacteraemia Due to Carbapenem-Resistant
19 mar. 2021 Nevertheless increasing antibiotic resistance is also readily observed in anaerobes
In Vitro Efficacy of Antibiotic Combinations with Carbapenems and
22 fév. 2022 and diabetes) are risk factors for anaerobic bacteremia . ... carbapenem resistance Bacteroides fragilis were up to 7% ...
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