Bacteriaceae

Bacteriaceae

[bak‚tir·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
A former designation for Brevibacteriaceae.
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Of the 283 non-repetitive Entero bacteriaceae isolates that were included in the study.
The major challenge to infection control is the prevention of the emergence and spread of ESBL-producing Entero bacteriaceae. Therapeutic options for treatment of infections involving ESBLs have also become increasingly limited.
The families developed from Bacteriaceae Cohn with a description of the family revibacteriaceae.
Risk factors for infection with gramnegative multidrug-resistant Entero bacteriaceae include: recent contact with sanitary system, but without invasive procedures (e.g.: recent admissions in hospital/ day care/ hospice), recent antibiotic therapy ([greater than or equal to] 14 days in the last 90 days), age [greater than or equal to] 65 years, patient with comorbidities (e.g.: renal failure).
Bacteria found included staphylococcus aureus which can cause boils and abscesses, and entero- bacteriaceae, which causes food poisoning.