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ochrobactrum anthropi meningitis associated with cadaveric pericardial tissue processed with a contaminated solution--utah, 1994.from october 22 through november 3, 1994, three cases of ochrobactrum anthropi meningitis were diagnosed among pediatric patients at a hospital in utah (hospital a). the three patients had undergone neurosurgical procedures in which pericardial grafts processed at hospital b were used to close defects of the dura mater. this report summarizes the case investigations, which document that the cases resulted from human pericardial tissue grafts contaminated with o. anthropi.19968769657
from the centers for disease control and prevention. ochrobactrum anthropi meningitis associated with cadaveric pericardial tissue processed with a contaminated solution--utah, 1994. 19968773623
meningitis due to ochrobactrum anthropi: an emerging nosocomial pathogen. a report of 3 cases.we describe 3 cases of ochrobactrum anthropi meningitis following the implantation of pericardial allograft tissue to cover dural defects following craniotomy. following an extensive epidemiologic investigation, the tissue allograft was found to have been contaminated with this unusual organism during the harvesting and processing of the tissue in the tissue bank. this organism was only susceptible to imipenem, tetracycline, gentamicin, and ciprofloxacin. the clinical presentation of these patie ...19979577978
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