Aerococcus urinae

Aerococcus urinae

a species that resembles A. viridans but which is bile-esculin negative.
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Ultimately, the culture grew 25,000 CFU Aerococcus urinae, and his empiric treatment was changed from ciprofloxacin to amoxicillin with clavulonate.
In a similar case, Aerococcus urinae was found to be the causal pathogen in a case of necrotizing urethritis reported by Babaeer et al.
Tomera, "Necrotizing urethritis due to Aerococcus urinae," Case Reports in Urology, vol.
The majority of urinary isolates are Aerococcus urinae (55-66%) followed by Aerococcus sanguinicola (26-46%).
These systems are only able to identify either Aerococcus urinae or Aerococcus viridans to the species level.
Unlike the Bruker MALDI Biotyper, the VITEK MALDI-TOF MS can only identify Aerococcus viridans and Aerococcus urinae to a species level.
7 (3.0) Group B streptococcus 1 (0.4) Other * 3 (1.3) * Other pathogens were 2 Aerococcus urinae, 2 Citrobacterkoseri, and 1 Salmonella species.
Aerococcus urinae is a Gram-positive bacterium which can cause urinary tract infections (UTIs), bacteremia, and infective endocarditis (IE) [1-3].
Collins, "Phylogenetic analysis of some Aerococcus-like organisms from urinary tract infections: description of Aerococcus urinae sp.
Urosepsis with Actinobaculum schaalii and Aerococcus urinae. J Clin Microbiol.
oralis, Gemella morbillorum, and Aerococcus urinae. Sequencing of full length 16S rRNA genes suggested that the isolates were V.