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Abstract - Identification of Ochrobactrum oryzae in Bloodstream Primary Infection in a Dialysis Patient: Can it be an Emerging Pathogen?
Luciana S Borges, Jussimara N Monteiro, Lisia Miglioli, Fernanda Inoue, Fernanda C Monaco, Vera L Barbosa, Doralice Cortez, Eliana C Zandonadi, Ercilia E Sousa, Cely Saad Abboud
Identification of Ochrobactrum oryzae in Primary Bloodstream Infection in a Dialysis Patient: Can it be an Emerging Pathogen?
 
Borges LMS1, Monteiro J2, Miglioli L1, Inoue FM2, Coelho FMSL1, Barbosa VLB1, Cortez DA1, Vasconcelos ECZ1, Souza EE1, Abboud CS1
1-Instituto Dante Pazzanese de Cardiologia, São Paulo, Brasil
2-Associação Fundo de Incentivo a Pesquisa, AFIP, São Paulo, Brasil
 
ABSTRACT
Ochrobactrum spp is a gram-negative bacillus currently considered an emerging and opportunistic infection, rare in humans, and generally associated with indwelling foreign bodies. We report a case of primary bloodstream infection related to a dialysis catheter, caused by Ochrobactrum oryzae misidentified as Ochrobactrum anthropi. J Microbiol Infect Dis 2016; 6(3): 128-131 
 
Borges LMS, Monteiro J, Miglioli L, Inoue FM, Coelho FMSL, Barbosa VLB, Cortez DA, Vasconcelos ECZ, Souza EE, Abboud CS. Identification of Ochrobactrum oryzae in Primary Bloodstream Infection in a Dialysis Patient: Can it be an Emerging Pathogen? J Microbiol Infect Dis 2016; 6(3): 128-131. 
Volume 06, Number 03 (2016)