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Critical Care Medicine - Online First
5.08.2020
…, or discharge to hospice (37.2% vs 25.3%), extubation failure (12.3% vs 6.1%), tracheostomy (21.6% vs 4.5%), development of Clostridium difficile (4.5% vs 1.7%), and incidence density of ventilator-associated pneumonia (2.4/1,000 patient-days vs 0.6…

Clinical Infectious Diseases Advance Access
3.08.2020

Latest Results for BMC Infectious Diseases
13.05.2020
Abstract Background Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) has an increasing pediatric prevalence worldwide. However, molecular characteristics of C. difficile in Chinese children with a…

AAC Accepts: Articles Published Ahead of Print
11.05.2020
BackgroundClostridium (Clostridioides) difficile causes toxin-mediated diarrhoea and pseudomembranous colitis, primarily among hospital inpatients. Outbreaks of C. difficile infection (CDI) have been caused by strains with acquired antimicrobial …

Clinical Infectious Diseases Advance Access
28.04.2020
AbstractBackgroundRevised clinical practice guidelines for Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) were published in February 2018. Our objective was to determine if oral vancomycin, fidaxomicin and oral metronidazole use in the United States (US) chan…

Latest Results for BMC Infectious Diseases
15.04.2020
Abstract Background Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), especially hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile infection (HA-CDI), continues to be a public health problem and has aroused…

JAMA Current Issue
14.04.2020
This JAMA Insights Clinical Update summarizes updated evidence regarding diagnosis and management of Clostridioides (formerly Clostridium) difficile infection (CDI) in adults, including review of new toxin detection assays and biologic treatments.

IAI Accepts: Articles Published Ahead of Print
13.04.2020
Clostridioides (formerly Clostridium) difficile is the most common cause of hospital-acquired infection, and advanced age is a risk factor for C. difficile infection. Disruption of the intestinal microbiota and immune responses contribute to host sus…

International Journal of Infectious Diseases
24.03.2020
Botulism is a rare form of paralysis which is caused by neurotoxins acting at the neuromuscular junction produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacteria. There are multiple recognized clinical forms of botulism, including wound botulism, foodborne bot…

JAMA Current Issue
18.02.2020
…sociation between proton pump inhibitor use and adverse events, including Clostridioides difficile (Clostridium difficile) infection, cognitive decline, and nosocomial pneumonia, made the optimal choice of routine stress ulcer prophylaxis less clear.


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HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
29.06.2020
…/>Primula Ltd. has recalled cheese spread in tubes in the United Kingdom and Ireland because of possible contamination with _Clostridium botulinum_ due to a production fault. Primula, part of the Kavli Group, recalled 10 varieties after finding one p…

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
26.03.2020
…n 23 Mar 2020Product type: animal & veterinary, pet food, foodborne illnessReason for announcement: potential for _Clostridium botulinum_Company name: IcelandicPlus LLCBrand name: Icelandic+Product description: whole capelin …

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
19.06.2019
…e year or under. The illness occurs when an infant ingests spores of _Clostridium botulinum_ bacteria, which proliferate in the intestines and produce toxins in the body.The KCDC said the USA has about 100 cases of infant botulism a year. The _C.

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
15.06.2019
C. difficile -- United StatesTwo patients contracted severe infections, and one of them died, from fecal transplants that contained drug-resistant bacteria, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported on Thursday [13 Jun 2019].As a resul…

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
19.05.2019
Botulism -- ArgentinaA case of foodborne botulism occurred in Slovakia in 2015. _Clostridium botulinum_ type A was isolated from 3 nearly empty commercial hummus tubes. The product, which was sold in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, was withdraw…

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
25.04.2019
… (3 confirmed and one probable) since February 2019. The source of the infection is believed to be heroin contaminated with _Clostridium botulinum_ spores.The 1st case, in NHS Fife, presented in early February 2019 and has been confirmed microbio…

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
8.03.2019
Tetanus -- United StatesTetanus is an acute neuromuscular disease caused by the bacterium _Clostridium tetani_. Bacterial spores found in soil can enter the body through skin disruption, with subsequent onset of clinical illness ranging from 3 t…

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
7.03.2019
Tetanus is an acute neuromuscular disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani. Bacterial spores found in soil can enter the body through skin disruption, with subsequent onset of clinical illness ranging from 3 to 21 days (usually within 8 day…

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
19.02.2019
…taminated with _Clostridium botulinum_ toxin may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Symptoms in adults can include facial paralysis or loss of facial expression, unreactive or fixed pupils, difficulty swallowing, drooping eyelids,

HealthMap Global Disease Alerts
19.02.2019
Botulism -- BrazilBotulism is a rare and potentially lethal illness caused by _Clostridium botulinum_ neurotoxin. We describe the findings of a laboratorial investigation of 117 suspected cases of botulism reported to the surveillance system in …

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