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National klinisk guideline, Dansk Selskab for Gastroenterologi og Hepatologi (DSGH), Dansk Selskab for Klinisk Immunologi (DSKI), Dansk Selskab for Klinisk Mikrobiologi (DSKM) og Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin (DSI)


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27. september 2019, Rigshospitalet, auditorium 93, København
2. maj 2014, Hindsgavl, Middelfart
27. oktober 2011, Auditorium 1, Rigshospitalet

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Lancet Infectious Diseases
23.09.2022
…y restrictive legislation targeting access to safe abortion services, reviewing infectious complications of unsafe pregnancy termination is crucial, particularly the diagnosis and management of life-threatening clostridial (and related anaerobic bacterial) infections that can complicate unsafe abortion. This Review deals with two especially devastating infections that are well-documented causes of septic abortion: the anaerobic, spore-forming pathogens Clostridium perfringens and Paeniclostridium sordellii.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
14.09.2022
. . Journal Name: The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and HygieneVolume: 107Issue: 3Pages: 517-526. .
Emerging Infectious Diseases
4.02.2022
Y. Chen et al.
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
13.01.2022
by Tebelay Dilnessa, Alem Getaneh, Workagegnehu Hailu, Feleke Moges, Baye Gelaw. Background Clostridium difficile is the leading cause of infectious diarrhea that develops in patients after hospitalization during antibiotic administration. It has also become a big issue in community-acquired diarrhea. The emergence of hypervirulent strains of C. difficile poses a major problem in hospital-associated diarrhea outbreaks and it is difficult to treat. The antimicrobial resistance in C. difficile has worsened d…
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
17.12.2021
Background: Septicemia with intravascular hemolysis is a rare, but often fatal presentation of Clostridium perfringens infection. C. perfringens is a gram-positive, anaerobic bacterium which can produce multiple toxins. Toxinotyping is not performed regularly.Methods: We describe two human cases of C. perfringens infections. Toxinotyping was performed using PCR. Additionally, a structured review of the literature was performed which specific searches for cases of C. perfringens infection with hemolysis.
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
6.12.2021
A 68-year-old man presented with a one-month history of fever. He was bedridden due to Parkinson's disease and a central venous catheter was inserted in his left femoral vein for parenteral nutrition at another hospital two months ago. Computed tomography revealed air in the subarachnoid space (Fig. 1A,B), in the vertebral canal (Fig. 1C), and in the left femoral vein (Fig. 1D). Three sets of blood cultures grew Clostridium perfringens. The catheter was removed and ampicillin was intravenously administered.
BMC Infectious Diseases
16.09.2021
…but rarely manifested as arterial occlusion or pneumatosis in the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery. Case presentation We report a case of gas gangrene caused by Clostridium septicum. The patient developed gas gangrene after being pecked by a chicken but turned for the better following antibiotic treatment and debriment. Imaging test revealed a rare occlusion of the right femoral artery and pneumatosis in the right…
BMC Infectious Diseases
16.09.2021
…but rarely manifested as arterial occlusion or pneumatosis in the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery. Case presentation We report a case of gas gangrene caused by Clostridium septicum. The patient developed gas gangrene after being pecked by a chicken but turned for the better following antibiotic treatment and debriment. Imaging test revealed a rare occlusion of the right femoral artery and pneumatosis in the right…
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
11.08.2021
Journal Name: The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and HygieneVolume: 105Issue: 2Pages: 494-497
Journal of Medical Virology
13.04.2021
Journal of Medical Virology, Volume 93, Issue 6, Page 3929-3933, June 2021.
Clinical Infectious Diseases
25.02.2021
AbstractBackgroundProton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) have been reported to increase the risk of community-associated Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), but the association remains disputed.MethodsA nationwide cohort study among adults in Denmark, 2010–2013, linking register data on C. difficile testing, filled prescriptions, and patient characteristics. All incident episodes of community-associated CDI (ie, positive culture, molecular assay, or toxin test in individuals without previous hospitalization in …
Clinical Infectious Diseases
10.02.2021
AbstractBackgroundAn elevated white blood cell count (WBC; >15 000/μL) is an established prognostic marker in patients with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI). Small observational studies have suggested that a markedly elevated WBC should prompt consideration of CDI. However, there is limited evidence correlating WBC elevation with the results of C. difficile nucleic acid amplification testing (NAAT).MethodsRetrospective review of laboratory testing, outcomes, and treatment of 16 568 consecutive pa…
Clinical Infectious Diseases
3.08.2020
To the Editor—I read with great interest the article by Clancy et al [1] on the impact of the revised Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) clinical practice guidelines [2] on prescribing of oral vancomycin (PO VAN), fidaxomicin, and oral metronidazole (MTZ). At Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford, our antimicrobial stewardship program quickly updated our CDI treatment order sets to reflect the guideline changes and also provided education to clinicians. Consequently, we have observed similar changes in the…
Clinical Infectious Diseases
28.04.2020
AbstractBackgroundOur objective was to determine if oral vancomycin, fidaxomicin, and oral metronidazole use in the United States changed after publication of revised clinical practice guidelines for Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in February 2018.MethodsWe obtained US antibiotic prescription data (IQVIA) from 2006–August 2019 and used guideline-recommended dosing regimens to estimate monthly numbers of 10-day treatment courses of vancomycin, fidaxomicin and metronidazole. Interrupted time-series a…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
26.10.2022
…on analyses to estimate the relationship between physical activity and microbiome composition. We found that being physically active and increased physical activity time were associated with increased abundance of bacteria in the family Erysipelotrichaceae. Active transportation was associated with increased abundance of bacteria in the genus Phascolarctobacterium, and decreased abundance of Clostridium. Minutes in active transportation was associated with a decreased abundance of the family Clostridiaceae.
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
21.10.2022
…nalysis. Calves that received FMT had higher relative abundance of an uncultured organism of the genus Lactobacillus and Lactobacillus reuteri on day 10. Moreover, FMT calves had lower relative abundance of Clostridium nexile and Bacteroides vulgatus on day 10. Our results indicate the need to have an established protocol when developing FMT products, based on rigorous inclusion and exclusion criteria for the selection of FMT donors free of potential pathogens, no history of disease or antibiotic treatment.
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
30.09.2022
…, ADHD group. The ADHD score of the processed food group was significantly higher than that of the healthy group. The processed food and ADHD groups showed significantly higher abundance of harmful bacteria, such as the Enterobacter, Escherichia coli, and Clostridium strains, and markedly lower abundance of beneficial bacteria, such as the Bifidobacterium and Ruminococcus strains, than the control group. The heat maps of metagenomics indicated that each group was separated into distinct clusters, and the pr…

Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [7]

ProMED
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Eurosurveillance latest updates
9.09.2021
…ified a novel van gene cluster in a clinical Enterococcus faecium isolate with vancomycin minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 4 µg/mL. The ligase gene, vanP, was part of a van operon cluster of 4,589 bp on a putative novel integrative conjugative element located in a ca 98 kb genomic region presumed to be acquired by horizontal gene transfer from Clostridiumscidens and Roseburia sp. 499. Screening for van genes in E. faecium strains with borderline susceptibility to vancomycin is important.
Statens Serum Institut
21.12.2017
Forskere fra SSI har udviklet en ny potentiel vaccine mod infektioner fra tarmbakterien, Clostridium difficile (CD).
Statens Serum Institut
18.05.2016
I 2015 blev der etableret national overvågning af tre typer sygehuserhvervede infektioner gennem Hospital-Acquired Infections Database (HAIBA). Nu dokumenterer data fra HAIBA, at forekomsten af tarminfektioner forårsaget af bakterien Clostridium difficile falder. Dette fald ses især i Hovedstadsområdet og på Sjælland, og kan formentlig forklares med den store indsats der er gjort for at bekæmpe disse infektioner.
Statens Serum Institut
25.02.2015
I dag offentliggøres de første data fra en helt ny national overvågningsdatabase for hospitalserhvervede infektioner, HAIBA. Tallene viser, at der i perioden 2010-14 i gennemsnit er fundet omkring 4000 danskere årligt med infektion af tarmbakterien Clostridium difficile i forbindelse med kontakt til sygehus.

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