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Prevalence of faecal carriage of Enterobacteriaceae with NDM-1 carbapenemase at military hospitals in Pakistan, and evaluation of two chromogenic media

To determine the prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae among hospitalized patients and outpatients attending two military hospitals in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, and to compare the performance of two chromogenic culture media for the isolation of these... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Oct 2011, Vol.66(10), p.2288
Main Author: Perry, John
Other Authors: Naqvi, Sakeenah , Mirza, Irfan , Alizai, Shehla , Hussain, Aamir , Ghirardi, Sandrine , Orenga, Sylvain , Wilkinson, Kathryn , Woodford, Neil , Zhang, Jiancheng , Livermore, David , Abbasi, Shahid , Raza, Muhammad
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title: Prevalence of faecal carriage of Enterobacteriaceae with NDM-1 carbapenemase at military hospitals in Pakistan, and evaluation of two chromogenic media
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  • Perry, John
  • Naqvi, Sakeenah
  • Mirza, Irfan
  • Alizai, Shehla
  • Hussain, Aamir
  • Ghirardi, Sandrine
  • Orenga, Sylvain
  • Wilkinson, Kathryn
  • Woodford, Neil
  • Zhang, Jiancheng
  • Livermore, David
  • Abbasi, Shahid
  • Raza, Muhammad
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  • Rawalpindi Pakistan
  • Drug Resistance
  • Gram-Negative Bacteria
  • Enzymes
  • Genotype & Phenotype
  • Cell Culture
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description: To determine the prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae among hospitalized patients and outpatients attending two military hospitals in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, and to compare the performance of two chromogenic culture media for the isolation of these organisms. Stool samples from 200 distinct patients were cultured on MacConkey agar and subsequently on two chromogenic media -- Colorex KPC and a prototype chromogenic medium, ID Carba -- designed for the isolation of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae. All Gram-negative isolates growing on either chromogenic medium were investigated for carbapenemases by phenotypic and molecular methods. Producers were subjected to susceptibility testing with 40 antimicrobials by VITEK 2 or agar dilution. In total, 64 NDM-1-positive isolates of Enterobacteriaceae, belonging to seven distinct species, were recovered from 37 (18.5%) of the stool samples. No other carbapenemase types were confirmed. Nineteen...
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