Cedecea

Cedecea

(sed-e'sē-ă),
A genus in the Enterobacteriaceae group that includes the species Cedecea davisae, (the type strain), Cedecea lapagei, and Cedecea neteri; they have been recovered from the human respiratory tract, but their role in disease has not yet been delineated.

Ced·e·ce·a

(sed-ē'sē-ă)
A genus in the Enterobacteriaceae group that includes the species Cedecea davisae (the type strain), C. lapagei, and C. neteri; they have been recovered from the human respiratory tract; associated with bacteremia.
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The Cedecea genus comprises facultatively anaerobic, Gram-negative bacilli that belong to the family Enterobacteriaceae [1].
Urine Gram stain and culture results revealed catheter colonization by Gram-negative rods with a final result of >100,000 colony-forming units/mL of Cedecea neteri.
By the sixth day, the blood cultures were negative but the sputum cultures documented the presence of the Gram-negative bacterium Cedecea lapagei by VITEC 2 analysis (bioMerieux Inc.).
vulgaris (1,44%), Serratia marcescens (1,44%), Yersinia enterocolitica (0,37%), Salmonella sp (0,37%) e Cedecea sp.
Cedecea lapagei nao possui potencial patogenico para o homem e demais mamiferos, como citado por KONEMAN et al.
2 4.3 5 8.9 Klebsiella pneumoniae 3 6.5 3 6.7 Alpha-gamma hemolytic Streptococcus 2 4.3 4 8.7 Enterobacter aerogenes -- -- 5 11.1 Pseudomonas aerogenes 2 4.3 3 6.7 Chromobacterium violaceum 2 4.3 -- -- Staphylococcus aureus 1 2.2 1 2.2 Cedecea spp.