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(Pneumonia in immunocompromised)
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  • Treatment of a broncho-esophageal fistula complicated by severe ARDS. [Journal Article]
  • IInfection 2018 Nov 11
  • Tautz E, Wagner D, … Duerschmied D
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case illustrates that tuberculosis should always be suspected in patients from high-incidence countries in case of lung involvement and that an interdisciplinary approach including long-term intensive care management can enable successful treatment of tuberculosis with severe, near-fatal complications.
  • Influenza and Viral Pneumonia. [Review]
  • CCClin Chest Med 2018; 39(4):703-721
  • Cavallazzi R, Ramirez JA
  • Influenza and other respiratory viruses are commonly identified in patients with community-acquired pneumonia, hospital-acquired pneumonia, and in immunocompromised patients with pneumonia. Clinicall...
  • Corynebacteria as a cause of pulmonary infection: a case series and literature review. [Journal Article]
  • PPneumonia (Nathan) 2018; 10:10
  • Yang K, Kruse RL, … Musher DM
  • CONCLUSIONS: When identified as the predominant isolate in sputum from a patient with CAP, Corynebacterium spp. should be considered as a potential cause of the infection. In cases with patients who have compromised airway clearance or who are immunocompromised, microaspiration may be responsible. While some Corynebacterium spp. are suspectible to antibiotics usually prescribed for CAP, others are susceptible only to vancomycin or aminoglycosides. Vancomycin is thus the appropriate empiric antibiotic, pending speciation and susceptibility test results. The number of reported cases with result of antibiotic susceptibility testing, however, remains limited, and further investigation is needed. Non-diphtheria Corynebacterium spp. represent a noteworthy clinical cause of pneumonia. Identification by Gram stain and as a predominant organism on culture demands careful consideration for management.
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