Nosocomial urinary tract infection in the intensive care unit: When should Pseudomonas aeruginosa be suspected? Experience of the French national surveillance of nosocomial infections in the intensive care unit, Rea-Raisin - Abstract

CHU, CCLIN Sud-Ouest, Bordeaux, France.

INSERM, U657, Bordeaux;  CHU, CCLIN Est, Service d'Hygiène Hospitalière, Strasbourg;  CHU, CCLIN Ouest, Rennes  CCLIN Paris-Nord, Paris  InVS, Saint Maurice;  CHU, CCLIN Sud-Est, Lyon, France.

 

 

Individual and ward risk factors for P. aeruginosa-induced urinary tract infection in the case of nosocomial urinary tract infection in the intensive care unit were determined with hierarchical (multilevel) logistic regression. The 2004-2006 prospective French national intensive care unit nosocomial infection surveillance dataset was used and 3252 patients with urinary tract infection were included; 16% were infected by P. aeruginosa. Individual risk factors were male sex, duration of stay, antibiotics at admission and transfer from another intensive care unit. Ward risk factors were patient turnover and incidence of P. aeruginosa-infected patients.

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Venier AG, Lavigne T, Jarno P, L'heriteau F, Coignard B, Savey A, Rogues AM.   Are you the author?

Reference: Clin Microbiol Infect. 2012 Jan;18(1):E13-5.
doi: 10.1111/j.1469-0691.2011.03686.x

PubMed Abstract
PMID: 22022881

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