Program Schedule

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Multidrug-resistant Organisms: Epidemiology and Prevention

Thursday, October 9, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Room: The Pennsylvania Convention Center: IDExpo Hall BC

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Target Audience: Researchers, Public health practitioners, Microbiologists, Members-in-training, Medical students and residents, Investigators, Infectious diseases physicians, Infectious diseases pediatricians, Infection preventionists, Hospital epidemiologists, Hospital administrators, Health care workers, Epidemiologists, Academicians

Tracks: Pediatric ID, Epidemiology and Infection Control, Adult ID

Presentations:
323
Knowledge, attitudes, and infection prevention practices regarding multidrug-resistant organisms among Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers
Stephen Liang, MD ; Paige Vantassell, BS ; Brian Froelke, MD ; Remle Crowe, BS, NREMT ; Melissa Bentley, MS, NRP
324
Improved intra-operative Hand Hygiene Compliance
Randy Loftus, MD ; Donna Houston, RN ; Cindy Robison, RN ; Matthew Koff, MD
325
Risk Factors Associated with Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacilli Colonization in Wounded Military Personnel Deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan
Laura Gilbert, MD ; Ping Li, MS ; Clinton K. Murray, MD ; Heather Yun, MD ; Deepak Aggarwal, MSE, MSPH ; David Tribble, MD, DrPH ; Amy Weintrob, MD
Posters
  • IDSA final.pdf (298.2 kB)
  • 326
    Antimicrobial co-resistance patterns of gram-negative bacilli isolated from bloodstream infections: a longitudinal epidemiological study from 2002-2011
    Patrick Wong, MD ; Marcus Von Krosigk, BSc(Pharm), ACPR, DPhil(Oxon.) ; Diane Roscoe, MD FRCPC ; Tim T.Y. Lau, PharmD ; Masoud Yousefi, MSc ; William R. Bowie, MD, FRCPC
    Posters
  • GNB Poster final.pdf (938.2 kB)
  • 327
    Multidrug-Resistant Organisms in Community Hospitals: Initial Trends from the DICON MDRO Biorepository
    Shera Watson, MPH ; Vance Fowler Jr, MD ; Daniel J. Sexton, MD, FIDSA ; Deverick Anderson, MD, MPH
    328
    Clinical Impact of Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDRO) causing Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) in 10 Colombian cities
    Gabriel Motoa, MD ; Cristhian Hernandez, Bsc ; Victor M Blanco, MD ; Juan S. Muñoz, MD ; Adriana Correa, MSc ; Elsa De La Cadena, Bsc ; Maria V. Villegas, MD, MSc
    329
    Parsing Multi-Source Microbiology Culture Data in a Regional Health Information Exchange to Describe Patterns of Infection
    Marc Rosenman, MD ; Kinga Szucs, MD ; S. Maria E. Finnell, MD, MS ; Shahid Khokhar ; Abel Kho, MD
    330
    Early Implementation of a Regional Electronic Infection Control Network using Parsed Microbiology Culture Data
    Marc Rosenman, MD ; Kinga Szucs, MD ; S. Maria E. Finnell, MD, MS ; Shahid Khokhar ; James Egg ; Larry Lemmon ; David Shepherd, DO, MBA ; Jeff Friedlin, DO ; Xiaochun Li, PhD ; Abel Kho, MD
    331
    Risk Factors for Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci and Carbapenemase-producing Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae Colonization at admission to a Tertiary-care Center
    Angela Chow, MBBS, MPH, MS ; Kalisvar Marimuthu, MBBS, MRCP ; Bee Fong Poh, RN ; Nwe-Ni Win, MBBS ; Jia Qi Kum, BSc ; Brenda Ang, MBBS, M Med, MPH, FAMS
    333
    Detection of Carbapenemase-Producing Aeromonas hydrophila on Perirectal Surveillance Culture
    Heather Y. Hughes, MD ; Angela V. Michelin, M.P.H. ; Anna F. Lau, Ph.D. ; John Dekker, MD, PhD ; Karen Frank, MD, PhD ; Sean Conlan, PhD ; Julia Segre, PhD ; David K. Henderson, M.D., FIDSA ; Tara N. Palmore, M.D.
    334
    Emergence of OXA-23-possessing Acinetobacter baumannii in Hospitals in New York City
    Marie Abdallah, MD ; Olawole Olafisoye, MD ; Christopher Cortes, MD ; Carl Urban, PhD ; Clayton Charles, MD ; David Landman, MD ; John Quale, MD
    335
    Infrequent Air Contamination with Acinetobacter baumannii Surrounding Known Colonized/Infected patients
    Clare Rock, MD ; Anthony D. Harris, MD, MPH ; J. Kristie Johnson, PhD ; Werner Bischoff ; Kerri Thom, MD, MS
    336
    Ambient Air Contamination with Acinetobacter baumannii: Longitudinal observations based on the anatomic source of colonization
    Luis Shimose, MD ; Dennise Depascale, MT ; Roberto Viau, MD ; Robert Bonomo, MD ; Timothy Cleary, PhD ; Nicholas Namias, M.D. ; Daniel H. Kett, M.D. ; Yohei Doi, MD, PhD ; L. Silvia Munoz-Price, MD, PhD
    Posters
  • Poster_IDWeek_10022014.pdf (740.2 kB)
  • 337
    Nosocomial Transmission of Carbapenem-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii (CRAb) among ICU Patients Detected by CRAb-LAMP
    Norihisa Yamamoto, MD ; Shigeto Hamaguchi, MD, PhD ; Yukihiro Akeda, PhD ; Pitak Santanirand, PhD ; Anusak Kerdsin, PhD ; Masafumi Seki, MD, PhD ; Wantana Paveenkittiporn, PhD ; Kumthorn Malathum, MD ; Kazunori Oishi, MD, PhD ; Kazunori Tomono, MD, PhD
    338
    Prevalence, Mortality and Outcomes of Antibiotic Therapy of Multi-Drug Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
    Kenneth T. Lapensee, Ph.D., M.P.H. ; Weihong Fan, M.S. ; Mark Redell, PharmD ; Michael Dudley, PharmD ; Jeff Loutit, MD
    339
    An International, Multicenter, Retrospective Study of Nosocomial Pneumonia due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    Scott Micek, PharmD ; Richard Wunderink, MD ; Catherine Chen, MD ; Jordi Rello, MD ; Jean E. Chastre, MD ; Vandana Menon, MD ; Marin Kollef, MD
    Posters
  • 339_Micek_IDWEEK2014.pdf (487.6 kB)
  • 340
    Household (HH) outbreak of ESBL-producing E. coli sequence type 131 (ST131) infection with high rate of ST131 intestinal colonization and extensive strain sharing among HH members
    Theresa Madigan, MD ; James R. Johnson, MD ; Connie Clabots, BS MT(ASCP) ; Brian D. Johnston, BA ; Stephen B. Porter, MS ; Billie S. Slater, MA ; Ritu Banerjee, MD, PhD
    342
    Epidemiology of Escherichia coli Sequence Type 131 in a Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Dimitri M. Drekonja, MD, MS ; Brian Johnston, BA ; Stephen Porter ; Connie Clabots ; Ruth Amway, RN ; Michael a. Kuskowski, PhD ; James R. Johnson, MD
    Posters
  • Drekonja.IDweek.2014.pdf (4.7 MB)
  • 343
    Risk Factors for Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase Infection and Evaluation of Carbapenem Use Patterns and Appropriateness in a County Hospital Setting
    Henry Su, MD ; Julianne Joo, PharmD ; Patrick Chan, PharmD, PhD ; Eloise Santos, PharmD ; Arthur Jeng, MD
    345
    Telephone Survey of Infection Control and Antibiotic Stewardship Practices in Long-term Care Facilities in Maryland
    Mia Yang, MD ; Karen Vleck, RT (R)(T), MBA, DHA ; Michele Bellantoni, MD, CMD ; Geeta Sood, MD
    Posters
  • IDweekPoster-MiaYang.pdf (495.0 kB)
  • 346
    Longterm carriage of Ciprofloxacin-Resistant E. Coli Isolates among Nursing Home (NH) Residents
    Miriam Ismail, MPH ; Ting Luo, MPH ; Usha Srinivasan, PhD ; Lona Mody, MD, MSc ; Sara Mcnamara, MT(ASCP), MPH ; Bonnie Lansing ; Betsy Foxman, PhD
    Posters
  • TIP PosterFINAL.pdf (632.5 kB)
  • 347
    Antimicrobial Susceptibility of OXA-48, NDM-1 And VIM-4 Carbapenemase-producing Clinical Isolates of Enterobacteriaceae From Kuwait Government Hospitals
    Wafaa Jamal, MD, PhD, FRCPath ; John Albert, PhD ; Laurent Poirel, PhD ; Vincent Rotimi, MD, PhD, FRCPath
    349
    Surveillance of Carbapenem Resistance and the First Case of NDM-7-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in the Philippines
    Andrew Chou, MD ; Michael Evangelista ; Arielle Kae Sulit ; Brian Torres ; Marylette Roa ; David C. Klinzing, PhD ; Lynn Zechiedrich, PhD
    350
    Exposure Investigation and Infection Prevention Measures for a Patient with Confirmed NDM-1 Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae
    Chelsea S. Lynch, RN, MSN, MPH ; Polly Trexler, MS, CIC ; Melanie S. Curless, RN, MPH ; Tsigereda Tekle, BS, MT(ASCP) ; Jamie Prestridge, MLS(ASCP)cm ; Meredith A. Black, MPH ; Julia Gardner, RN, CIC ; Melanie a. Gavin, M(ASCP), CIC ; Tracy a. Ross, MT(ASCP) ; Karen Carroll, MD ; Lisa L. Maragakis, MD, MPH
    351
    NDM-1-producing Escherichia coli Isolated from a Case Patient's Environment
    Genevieve L. Buser, MDCM, MSHP ; P. Maureen Cassidy, MPH ; Christopher Pfeiffer, MD, MHS ; John M. Townes, MD ; Karim E. Morey, MS, M(ASCP) ; Jaipreet Rayar, MS ; Kirthi K. Kutumbaka, PhD ; Sukkyun Han, PhD ; Cesar Nadala, PhD ; Mansour Samadpour, PhD ; Scott Weissman, MD ; Robert Vega, MS, SM(AAM) ; Zintars G. Beldavs, MS
    Posters
  • CRE NDM poster Final.pdf (3.0 MB)
  • 352
    Clinical and molecular characteristics of NDM-1 harboring Multi-Drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria at Carilion Medical Center
    Ekta Bansal, MD ; Thomas Kerkering, MD ; Charles Schleupner, MD ; Ritesh Kohli, MD ; Anthony Baffoe, MBCh.B ; Endang Purwantini, PhD ; Biswarup Mukhopadhyay, PhD ; Jayasimha Rao, PhD
    Posters
  • NDM-1 upload.jpg (198.8 kB)
  • 353
    Emergence of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) in Orange County, CA and Support for Regional Strategies to Limit Spread
    Shruti K. Gohil, MD, MPH ; Raveena Singh, MA ; Adrijana Gombosev, BS ; Matthew Zahn, MD ; Michele Cheung, MD MPH ; Justin Chang ; Susan S. Huang, MD, MPH, FIDSA
    354
    Six Months of Surveillance for Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Maryland
    Elisabeth Vaeth, MPH ; David Blythe, MD, MPH ; Lucy E. Wilson, MD ; Katherine Richards, MPH ; Jafar Razeq, PhD ; Damini Jain
    Posters
  • ID Week CRE Poster TrueSize.pdf (329.2 kB)
  • 355
    Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) Distribution within the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System:  2013
    Russell Ryono, Pharm. D. ; Gina Oda, MS ; Gayathri Shankar, MS ; Patricia Schirmer, MD ; Mark Holodniy, MD
    356
    Epidemiology of Community-Associated Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae Identified through the Emerging Infections Program
    Sandra Bulens, MPH ; Tatiana Travis, BS ; David Lonsway, MMSc ; Wendy Bamberg, MD ; Sarah Jackson Janelle, MPH ; Jesse T. Jacob, MD ; Jessica Reno, MPH ; Ruth Lynfield, MD ; Kristin M Shaw, MPH, CIC ; Ghinwa Dumyati, MD, FSHEA ; Cathleen Concannon, MPH ; Zintars G. Beldavs, MS ; P. Maureen Cassidy, MPH ; Alexander Kallen, MD, MPH
    357
    Epidemiology of Carbapenem-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacilli in Georgia, Minnesota, and Oregon – 2012
    Alice Guh, MD, MPH ; Sandra N. Bulens, MPH ; Tatiana Travis, BS ; David Lonsway, MMSc ; Jesse T. Jacob, MD ; Jessica Reno, MPH ; Ruth Lynfield, MD ; Kristin M Shaw, MPH, CIC ; Zintars G. Beldavs, MS ; Margaret Cunningham, MPH ; Alexander Kallen, MD, MPH
    358
    Present State of CRE Prevention:  What are U.S. Hospitals Doing?
    Dana Russell, MPH ; Susan E. Beekmann, RN, MPH ; Philip M. Polgreen, MD ; Zachary Rubin, MD ; Daniel Z. Uslan, MD, MS
    Posters
  • ID Week 2014 CRE_Final.pdf (929.8 kB)
  • 359
    Epidemiology of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) at an Academic Medical Center
    Charles Leiner, BS ; Lisa Steed, PhD ; Cassandra Salgado, MD, MS ; Lauren Richey, MD, MPH
    Posters
  • CREatMedCenter.JPG (1.0 MB)
  • 360
    Surveillance for Carbapenemase-Producing Bacteria in the Wake of a Nosocomial Outbreak
    Robin T. Odom, M.S. ; Amanda M. Ramsburg, R.N. ; Angela V. Michelin, M.P.H. ; Mary Ann Bordner, M.S. ; Anna F. Lau, Ph.D. ; John Dekker, MD, PhD ; Karen Frank, MD, PhD ; David K. Henderson, M.D., FIDSA ; Tara N. Palmore, M.D.
    361
    Duration of colonization with KPC-producing bacteria at long-term acute care hospitals in Chicago, USA
    Manon Haverkate, MSc ; Shayna Weiner, MPH ; Michael Y. Lin, MD, MPH ; Donald Blom, RN, BA ; Karen Lolans, BS ; Nicholas Moore, MS ; Rosie D. Lyles, MD, MHA ; Kavya Poluru ; Lluïsa Guillem ; Robert a. Weinstein, MD, FIDSA ; Marc Bonten, MD PhD ; Mary K. Hayden, MD, FSHEA, FIDSA ; Martin Bootsma, PhD
    362
    Modeling intrafacility spread of KPC-producing bacteria and impact of cohort strategies in long-term acute care hospitals in the Chicago region, USA
    Manon Haverkate, MSc ; Martin Bootsma, PhD ; Michael Y. Lin, MD, MPH ; Shayna Weiner, MPH ; Donald Blom, RN, BA ; Karen Lolans, BS ; Nicholas Moore, MS ; Rosie D. Lyles, MD, MHA ; Robert a. Weinstein, MD, FIDSA ; Marc Bonten, MD PhD ; Mary K. Hayden, MD, FSHEA, FIDSA
    363
    Persistence of the Klebsiella pneumoniae Sequence Type 258 as the Predominant Clone of Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae in Post-Acute Care Facilities in Israel, 2008-2013
    Amos Adler ; Omar Hussein ; Debby Ben David, MD ; Samira Masarwa ; Mitchell J. Schwaber, MD ; Yehuda Carmeli, MD, MPH
    Posters
  • LTCF CPE.pdf (177.6 kB)
  • 364
    Utility of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae Surveillance Cultures in Predicting Clearance of Colonization
    Jessica Lewis, MD ; Kyle Enfield, MD MS ; Amy Mathers, MD ; Eve Giannetta, RN, BSN, CIC ; Costi D. Sifri, MD
    365
    Molecular Detection of Multi-Drug Resistant Organism (MDRO) Colonization in a High Risk Patient Population
    Xiaoyan Song, PhD, MBBS ; Doug Toal, PhD ; Terry Walker ; Evelio Perez, MD, PhD ; Joseph Campos, PhD ; Roberta Debiasi, MD
    366
    The Impact of Bathing Hospitalized Dependent Patients with Disposable Washcloths Instead of Traditional Bath Basins on Infection Rates and Skin Condition
    Samran Haider, MD ; Judy Moshos, MT (ASCP), CIC ; Dror Marchaim, MD ; Emily Martin, MPH, PhD ; George Divine, Ph.D. ; Keith Kaye, MD, MPH, FIDSA, FSHEA
    Posters
  • SAGE finalsh.pdf (1.7 MB)
  • 367
    Effect of Daily Chlorhexidine (CHG) Bathing on Multidrug-resistant Organisms (MDROs) Transmission and Infection at an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
    Rodolfo Quiros, MD ; Maria Casanova, MD ; Maria Pereyra Acuña, MD ; Guillermina Kremer, MD ; Andrea Novau, RN ; Leonardo Fabbro, RN ; Marcelino Enriquez, RN ; Maximiliana La Rosa Salaberry, RN
    368
    Community Origin and Mortality in Pneumonia Caused by Carbapenem-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae
    David Van Duin, MD, PhD ; Eric Cober, MD ; Sandra S. Richter, MD ; Keith Kaye, MD, MPH, FIDSA, FSHEA ; Robert Salata, MD ; Scott Evans, PhD ; Robert Bonomo, MD
    369
    Outcomes of Patients with Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae
    Jillian Raybould, MD ; Kelly Carpenter, MD ; Nandita Mani, MD ; Richard Teran, MPH ; Mashashi Waga ; Princy N. Kumar, MD ; Joseph G. Timpone, MD
    Posters
  • 369_IDWPOSTER.pdf (503.7 kB)
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