Chryseobacterium indologenes subcutaneous port-related bacteremia in a liver transplant patient
Transplant Infectious Disease, 04/24/2012Shah S et al.
Authors report the first case, to the knowledge, of C. indologenes subcutaneous port–related bacteremia in a liver transplant recipient. The isolates were resistant to antibiotics previously reported as active, and device removal was required for treatment success.
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