monomicrobial

monomicrobial

/mono·mi·cro·bi·al/ (-mi-kro´be-al) marked by the presence of a single species of microorganisms.
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Out of 100 positive urine cultures, 92 (92%) were of monomicrobial growth and 8 (8%) were of polymicrobial growth.
Of the 19 CLABSI events, 16 were monomicrobial and 3 were polymicrobial, with 2 pathogens each (a total of 22 laboratory-confirmed pathogens).
have been rarely isolated from monomicrobial cultures of invasive infections.
striatum isolates were more likely to be monomicrobial (14/27, 52%) than coagulase-negative staphylococci (5/27, 19%) (p = 0.
Monomicrobial growth was seen for 75 (96%) of cases whereas 3 (4%) of patients had polymicrobial infection.
Most cases of emphysematous osteomyelitis are monomicrobial and are caused either by an anaerobe or as in our case by a member of the Enterobacteriaceae family although causative organisms include the whole spectrum of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.
In the abundance of published data on the subject of PJI, polymicrobial infections do not seem to get adequate attention, though when compared to monomicrobial PJI, polymicrobial infections are often perceived as more challenging to manage and associated with a higher risk of the treatment failure [6,7].
Background: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is the development of a monomicrobial infection of ascitic fluid in the absence of any contiguous source of infection.
used the Sepsityper to evaluate the Vitek MS IVD and Biotyper systems for bacterial identification in 181 monomicrobial blood culture bottles (67).
Bloomberg Children's Center, Baltimore during an 8-year period who had signs and symptoms suggestive of infection and who were found to have monomicrobial gram-negative bacteremia.