Outbreak of Achromobacter xylosoxidans and Ochrobactrum anthropi Infections after Prostate Biopsies, France, 2014
, Pierre Cassier, Cédric Dananché, Monique Hulin, Olivier Dauwalder, Olivier Rouvière, Xavier Bertrand, Michel Perraud, Thomas Bénet, and Philippe Vanhems
Author affiliations: Hospices Civils de Lyon, Lyon, France (S. Haviari, P. Cassier, C. Dananché, M. Hulin, O. Dauwalder, O. Rouvière, M. Perraud, T. Bénet, P. Vanhems); Université Claude Bernard, Lyon (S. Haviari, P. Cassier, C. Dananché, O. Dauwalder, O. Rouvière, M. Perraud, T. Bénet, P. Vanhems); Centre International de Recherche en Infectiologie, Lyon (P. Cassier, O. Dauwalder, T. Bénet, P. Vanhems); Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Besançon, Besançon, France (X. Bertrand); Laboratoire des Pathogènes Émergents–Fondation Mérieux, Lyon (T. Bénet, P. Vanhems)
Figure 3. Patients with positive urine or blood cultures taken <15 days after prostate biopsy at Hôpital Édouard Herriot, Lyon, France, 2011–2015. Only nondigestive species matching those found in a contaminated pot in 2014 are shown. All represented patients are from hospital data files. For consistency, 1 patient with Ochrobactrum anthropi infection treated in primary care in October 2014 is not shown.
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