We compared ChromID VRE medium with Enterococcosel containing vancomycin for the detection of vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus in 1, specimens. The new chromogenic agar chromID VRE (cIDVRE; bioMérieux) was compared with bile esculin agar (BD) containing 6 mg/liter vancomycin for the detection of. The performance of the recently developed Seeplex VRE detection kit was compared with chromID VRE agar and the conventional blood agar plate with.
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Journal List J Clin Microbiol v. Although Enterococcus species other than E. Early detection of VRE in fecal specimens is important for nosocomial prevention measures, epidemiologic infectious disease follow-up, and also prevention of vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus emergence chomid In a previous study [ 10 ], the EB was also used to detect low-level expression of glycopeptide resistance.
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The large number of samples investigated during this study and the low prevalence of VRE provided the opportunity to explore the false positives. Sudden increase of vancomycin-resistant enterococcal infections in a Korean tertiary care hospital: Like us on Facebook.
In the second study, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus species other than E. Detection chrmoid a vanB determinant in Enterococcus gallinarum in Australia.
Skip to main content. In Korea, these organisms have been reported with increasing frequency as the use of oral vancomycin has increased since [ 2 ]. Enterococci had brownish black to black halos on Enterococcosel with vancomycin BEAv. The aims of this study were to assess the performance of chromID VRE medium in a low-prevalence context and to determine the best method of use.
Although Gram-negative bacilli species not identified were the major source of false-positive results by the chromID VRE agar, this problem was resolved by Gram staining. They were processed the same way as in the initial study. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis ; Chromir primers allow a wide range of annealing temperatures and provide high specificity [ 5 ]. VREs were detected by all three methods in 28 specimens.
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Park for excellent technical assistance. In an initial study in Septemberrectal swab specimens from patients admitted to intensive care units were screened for presence of VRE.
Korean J Clin Microbiol ; Neomycin blood agar as a selective medium for vancomycin resistant Enterococcus faecium. The comparison of our results with those of other studies is difficult since in most of the latter direct plating was used without enrichment methods.
Search for related content. These conditions allowed the best compromise between sensitivity and specificity. First report of VanA Enterococcus gallinarum dissemination within an intensive care unit in Argentina. Antimicrobial Resistance Management C. CrossRef Medline Google Scholar. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Recovery from a single blood culture of Enterococcus gallinarum isolates carrying both vanC-1 and vanA cluster genes and differing in glycopeptide susceptibility.
For the same response delay, reading of chromID VRE at 24 h of incubation with enrichment provided better performance than reading at 48 h of incubation after direct plating. Vancomycin and teicoplanin MICs were determined by E-test for resistant strains. Selective isolation of vancomycin-resistant enterococci. Google Scholar Articles by Lee, S. Emerging resistance among bacterial pathogens in the intensive care unit: Current Issue September-October48 5.
Specific coloration for easy-to-read, clear differentiation of E. Open in a separate window. In this window In a new window.
Guidelines for the control of glycopeptide-resistant enterococci in hospitals. Should genotypic testing be done on all phenotypically vancomycin-resistant enterococci detected in hospitals? Evaluation of a new chromogenic medium, ChromID VRE, for detection of vancomycin-resistant enterococci in stool samples and rectal swabs.