In the last few decades, the incidence of multidrug-resistant and extended spectrum beta-lactamase (MDR/ESBL) Gram-negative (GN) bacteria has progressively increased among lung transplant (LT) recipients. A prompt diagnosis, prevention and management of these pathogens remain the cornerstone for successful organ transplant.

Multi-drug resistant and extended spectrum beta-lactamase Gram-negative bacteria in bilateral lung transplant recipients. Incidence, risk factors and in-hospital mortality

Schiavolin, Chiara;Simoni, Caterina;Lorenzoni, Giulia;Faccioli, Eleonora;Fortarezza, Francesco;Lunardi, Francesca;Giraudo, Chiara;Dell'Amore, Andrea;Cattelan, Annamaria;Calabrese, Fiorella;Gregori, Dario;Rea, Federico;Navalesi, Paolo
2022

Abstract

In the last few decades, the incidence of multidrug-resistant and extended spectrum beta-lactamase (MDR/ESBL) Gram-negative (GN) bacteria has progressively increased among lung transplant (LT) recipients. A prompt diagnosis, prevention and management of these pathogens remain the cornerstone for successful organ transplant.
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