Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 8 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 237 - 240 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63 İndeks Tarihi: 24-07-2023

Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus

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Elizabethkingia spp. bacteria are found in living and non-living things. Elizabethkingia meningoseptica (E. meningoseptica) and Elizabethkingia anophelis (E. anophelis) are the leading species that can cause diseases in humans. Most of the infections (80-87.5%) caused by E. anophelis are hospital-acquired. This bacterium is generally identified as E. meningoseptica by automated systems. In this study, a case of bacteremia due to E. anophelis in a hemodialysis patient is presented. This patient is a 72 years old female who is hospitalized in the intensive care unit. She was referred to the Near East University Hospital from the state hospital with pneumonia. E. anophelis was isolated from the patient’s blood culture by the VITEK-2 automated system. The isolated bacteria were stored at -80 ºC and detected as E. anophelis by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time of flight. Success was achieved by adding levofloxacin to the ongoing meropenem treatment in our patient. Although the transmission route of our case with multidrug resistance is not exactly known, it is assumed that the transmission originated from the hospital. In this regard, increasing control measures in hospitals, mainly in water systems, will prevent such infections and deaths. In addition, it is concluded that for treating infections caused by Elizabethkingia, the use of fluoroquinolones should be the first choice.
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APA GÜLER E, Hurdoganoglu U, çakır n, Özbek Ö, Eren G, süer k (2023). Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. , 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
Chicago GÜLER EMRAH,Hurdoganoglu Ulas,çakır nedim,Özbek Özgen Alpay,Eren Gulay,süer kaya Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. (2023): 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
MLA GÜLER EMRAH,Hurdoganoglu Ulas,çakır nedim,Özbek Özgen Alpay,Eren Gulay,süer kaya Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. , 2023, ss.237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
AMA GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. . 2023; 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
Vancouver GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. . 2023; 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
IEEE GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k "Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus." , ss.237 - 240, 2023. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
ISNAD GÜLER, EMRAH vd. "Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus". (2023), 237-240. https://doi.org/10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
APA GÜLER E, Hurdoganoglu U, çakır n, Özbek Ö, Eren G, süer k (2023). Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences, 8(3), 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
Chicago GÜLER EMRAH,Hurdoganoglu Ulas,çakır nedim,Özbek Özgen Alpay,Eren Gulay,süer kaya Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences 8, no.3 (2023): 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
MLA GÜLER EMRAH,Hurdoganoglu Ulas,çakır nedim,Özbek Özgen Alpay,Eren Gulay,süer kaya Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences, vol.8, no.3, 2023, ss.237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
AMA GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences. 2023; 8(3): 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
Vancouver GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus. Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences. 2023; 8(3): 237 - 240. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
IEEE GÜLER E,Hurdoganoglu U,çakır n,Özbek Ö,Eren G,süer k "Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus." Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences, 8, ss.237 - 240, 2023. 10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63
ISNAD GÜLER, EMRAH vd. "Multidrug-Resistant Elizabethkingia anophelis, A Rare Causative Agent of Bacteremia in a Hemodialysis Patient Hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: First Case in North Cyprus". Cyprus Journal of Medical Sciences 8/3 (2023), 237-240. https://doi.org/10.4274/cjms.2023.2022-63