VRE


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VRE

abbreviation for vancomycin-resistant enterococci.

VRE

Vancomycin-resistent enterococcus, see there.

VRE

Abbreviation for vancomycin-resistant enterococcus.

VRE

vancomycin-resistant enterococcus.
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Risk factors for VRE colonization included vancomycin use, hospitalization, ICU stays, receipt of antibiotic, anemia, leukocytosis, diabetes mellitus, gastrointestinal procedures and acute renal failure [16].
The health care industry is in need to discover potential agents to fight against VRE.
Patients with VRE bacteraemia were designated as "cases" and those with VSE bacteraemia as "controls.
The first two VRE organisms causing bloodstream infections (VREBSI) were isolated from blood culture specimens of two patients, 2 days apart, in February 2013.
The VRE treatment allows us to trigger memories about the event to obtain the full story," said Chard.
Building on over 30 years of partnership with Volvo Cars, Mohammed Maktari, managing director of Trading Enterprises, said: "We are pleased to be the first dealership in the GCC to implement VRE in Abu Dhabi.
VRE were first identified as hospital-associated pathogens in Europe during the mid-1980s, and have rapidly disseminated worldwide (Leclercq et al.
In our center; rectal sample screening for VRE was performed at admission and weekly in all intensive care units (ICUs); hematology-oncology department and neonatal intensive care unit using conventional cultures and molecular diagnostic techniques.
The percentage of MRSA and VRE isolates minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of tigecycline obtained by the E-test is shown in Table 2.
Wusteman (2008) goes further, arguing that librarians need to be proactive in identifying and advocating for their potential roles in VRE development and use.
The hospital staff reasoned that the high urine concentrations achieved by ampicillin would overwhelm VRE despite possible resistance to the antibiotic, Dr.