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  • [Bacteraemia due to L. monocytogenes: Description of cases and review of literature]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Esp Geriatr Gerontol 2019Martín-Fortea MP, Lambán Ibor E, … Monforte Cirac ML
  • Bacteraemia due to L. monocytogenes is a sporadic disease related to advanced age or neoplasms, and mortality associated with this disease is high. This study aims to describe the epidemiological, clinical, and therapeutics characteristics of this specific disease, through a retrospective descriptive analysis of cases with positive blood cultures from Calatayud Hospital, from 2008 to 2018. Four c…
  • [Bacteraemia in adult patients discharged from Emergency department]. [Journal Article]
    Semergen 2019; 45(7):467-473Laín Miranda E, Toyas Miazza C, … Rezusta López A
  • CONCLUSIONS: There was a significant number of patients with bacteraemia were discharged from Emergency Department. To discharge a clinically stable patient with blood cultures taken in Emergency Department is safe, if there is a re-assessment of the patient if these cultures are positive.
  • Antiseptic measures during the insertion and manipulation of vascular catheters. [Journal Article]
    Med Intensiva 2019; 43 Suppl 1:39-43Lorente L
  • Several measures related to asepsis for preventing catheter-related bloodstream infection have been proposed. The aseptic measures recommended by scientific societies include hand hygiene of the person who is inserting or manipulating the catheter; maximum sterile barrier precautions during catheter insertion; disinfection of catheter hubs; the use of needle-less connectors and injection ports; t…
  • Antisepsis in the handling of vascular access connections. [Journal Article]
    Med Intensiva 2019; 43 Suppl 1:44-47Fernández Moreno I, Píriz Marabaján M
  • Needleless connectors provide easy access points to the vascular system for the administration of fluids, avoiding the risk of accidental punctures and increasing safety in vascular access manipulation. Non-aseptic manipulation can favor contamination, turning connectors into the penetration route for endoluminal contaminants with the capacity of triggering infectious complications, with serious …
  • [Helicobacter cinaedi bacteremia: Presentation of the first cases reported in Argentina]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Argent Microbiol 2019 Apr - Jun; 51(2):148-152Togneri AM, Pérez MP, … Armitano RI
  • Two cases of bacteremia caused by Helicobacter cinaedi are presented. The first case was diagnosed in a 76-year-old male patient, and was secondary to a vascular access device placement; the second case corresponded to a febrile infant of 37 days of life, and was associated with acute gastroenteritis. H. cinaedi is a microorganism difficult to grow in different culture media and also to identify …
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