Poster Abstract Session:
56. Epidemiology - Bacterial Infections
Friday, October 21, 2011: 12:15 PM-2:15 PM
Room: Poster Hall B1

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Target Audience: Academicians

Topical Category: N. Hospital-acquired and surgical infections, infection control, and health outcomes including general public health and health services research

Tracks: Adult ID


Applications of Advanced Genome Mapping in the Military Health System Polytrauma Patient
Paige Waterman, MD ; Patrick Mc Gann, PhD ; Matthew Riley, MS ; Adam Briska ; Amy Summers, BS, MT ; Yoon Kwak, MS ; Emil Lesho, DO

Who is the Enemy? Pathogens in Nosocomial Spontaneous Peritonitis (SBP)
Christine Dierkes, MD ; Frank Hanses, MD ; Reiner Wiest, MD ; Bernd Salzberger, MD ; Sylvia Pemmerl, MD

Descriptive Epidemiology of Patients withChronic Home Parenteral Nutrition
Michael J Durkin, MD ; Dominic N Reeds, MD ; John E Mazuski, MD, PhD ; Bernard C. Camins, MD, MSCR

Antibiotic Resistance Trends of Bloodstream Infection Isolates in Intensive Care Units in Korea: results from a Korean Nosocomial Infections Surveillance System (KONIS)
Jin Yong Kim, MD ; Yong Kyun Cho, MD ; Sang-Oh Lee, MD ; Yee Gyung Kwak, MD ; Mi Suk Lee, MD ; Joong Sik Eom, MD ; Eun Suk Park, RN ; Sun Young Jeong, RN

Enterococcal bacteriuria is often overtreated and rarely leads to infectious complications
Eugene Lin, BS ; Yogesh Bhusal, MD ; Deborah Horwitz, BS ; Samuel Shelburne, MD ; Barbara W. Trautner, MD, PhD

Clinical background and course of non-pylori Helicobacter bacteremia in Japan
Akihiro Inui, MD ; Yuki Uehara, MD ; Hiromizu Takahashi, MD ; Toshio Naito, MD ; Shigeki Misawa, MT ; Ken Kikuchi, MD ; Hiroshi Isonuma, MD

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Findings in the abstracts are embargoed until 12:01 a.m. EST Thursday, Oct. 20 with the exception of research findings presented at IDSA press conferences.