Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in patients with bacteraemia at tertiary hospitals in South Africa, 2015 to 2018

  21 March 2020

Enhanced surveillance for CREs was established at national sentinel sites in South Africa. We aimed to apply an epidemiological and microbiological approach to characterise CREs and to assess trends in antimicrobial resistance from patients admitted to tertiary academic hospitals. A retrospective analysis was conducted on patients of all ages with CRE bacteraemia admitted at any one of 12 tertiary academic hospitals in four provinces (Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and Free State) in South Africa. The study period was from July 2015 to December 2018. 

Author(s): O. Perovic, H. Ismail, V. Quan, C. Bamford, T. Nana, V. Chibabhai, P. Bhola, P. Ramjathan, K. Swe Swe-Han, J. Wadula, A. Whitelaw, M. Smith, Nontombi Mbelle, A. Singh-Moodley
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