Digestive Colonisation by Highly Resistant Bacteria (CODBAHRE)

2019-09-17 02:47:46 | BioPortfolio


The aim of this study is to identify in hospitalized patients, the risk factors associated with the digestive colonisation by emergent extensively drug-resistant bacteria (eXDR), to optimize their detection and the medical care for carriers these patients


CODBAHRE is a french, regional study, involving 9 centers. Recruitment will take place in all the departments of the centers involved under the supervision of the Infection Control Team.

All patients hospitalized more than 24 hours, on a given day are eligible for the protocol, except the patients unable to answer the questionnaire.

After collecting the non-opposition of the patient, patients will be screened by rectal swab and a questionnaire will be completed.

Each sample will be analyzed to detect eXDR carrying patients.

The carrying patients will be followed during 6 months to estimate the proportion of the population which developped a bacterial infection. This information will be collected by a retrospective telephone survey of carrying patients.

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Not yet recruiting


Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris

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