Antibiotic-resistant pathogens associated with urinary tract infections in nursing homes: Summary of data reported to the National Healthcare Safety Network Long-Term Care Facility Component, 2013–2017

  24 August 2020

Pathogens and antibiotic susceptibility testing results for UTI events in nursing homes between January 2013 and December 2017 were analyzed. The pathogen distribution and pooled mean proportion of isolates that tested resistant to select antibiotic agents are reported.

This is the first summary of AR among common pathogens causing UTIs reported to NHSN by nursing homes. Improved understanding of the resistance burden among common infections helps inform facility infection prevention and antibiotic stewardship efforts.

Author(s): Taniece R. Eure, Nimalie D. Stone, Elisabeth A. Mungai, Jeneita M. Bell and Nicola D. Thompson
Effective Surveillance  


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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


JSS University


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