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. Schmitz, F. J., Petridon, J., Fluit, A. C., Hadding, U., Peters, G. et al.: Distribution of macrolide-resistance genes in Staphylococcus aureus blood culture isolates from fifteen German University hospitals. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 19 , 385

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) characterization of coagulase-negative staphylococci isolated from blood cultures. Turk J Med Sci 41, 859–865 (2011). Basustaoglu AC Clinical significance and staphylococcal cassette chromosome

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in pre-incubated blood culture materials by real-time PCR in comparison with automated incubation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Scan J Infect Dis 45, 616–622 (2013) Hagen RM Increased

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. Jansen , G.J. , Mooibroek , M. , Idema , J. , Harmsen , H.J. , Welling , G.W. & Degener , J.E. ( 2000 ): Rapid identification of bacteria in blood cultures by using fluorescently labeled oligonucleotide probes . J. Clin

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aorta before (B) and after (C) reconstruction with cryopreserved human aortic allograft patch Postoperatively, the patient stayed in the intensive care unit for 2 days. Blood cultures repeatedly confirmed MRSA

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Magda Yehia El Seify, Eman Mahmoud Fouda, Hanan Mohamed Ibrahim, Maha Muhammad Fathy, Asmaa Al Husseiny Ahmed, Walaa Shawky Khater, Noha Nagi Mohammed Salah El Deen, Heba Galal Mohamed Abouzeid, Nancy Riyad Ahmed Hegazy, and Heba Salah Sayed Elbanna

. Heine D , Cochran C , Moore M , Titus MO , Andrews AL : The prevalence of bacteremia in pediatric patients with community-acquired pneumonia: guidelines to reduce the frequency of obtaining blood cultures . Hosp

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impact on patient’s clinical course, since primary bacteremia is associated with higher mortality compared with pulmonary and abdominal sources of sepsis [ 8 ]. Clinicians mostly rely on positive blood culture in early diagnosis of BSI and sepsis as it

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typed between the years 2006 and 2013. The cultures were mostly obtained from surveillance swabs (nose, throat, skin, or wound) or, in rare cases, from other surveillance samples (urine or feces) and from patients with developed infections (blood culture

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Katalin Károlyházy, Balázs Fazekas, Janka Fazekas, Péter Hermann, and Krisztina Márton

to i.v. fluids, blood tests (Investigations including full blood count, U&Es, LFTs, clotting screen, CRP, glucose and blood cultures, malaria screening) No marks for contact tracing

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infection/inflammation. This was defined as umbilical cord Interleukin-6 <100 pg/mL [ 18 ] and/or negative blood culture from umbilical cord blood and/or leucocyte counts <34,000/µL [ 19 ] and/or CRP <10 mg/L [ 20, 21 ] on the first or second day after birth

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