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INFECTION CONTROL AND HOSPITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
We developed a bedside instrument to predict carbapenem resistance in complicated urinary tract infections. A model assigning weighted points for admission from an extended care facility (1), history of weight loss (1), early mechanical ventilation (1), age <50 years (2), male gender (3), catheter-associated urinary tract infection (4), prior antibiotics treatment (4), and prior carbapenem-resistant infection (8) exhibited good discrimination (C statistic, 0.721).
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Zilberberg, Marya D.; Nathanson, Brian H.; Sulham, Kate; Fan, Weihong; and Shorr, Andrew F., "Development and validation of a bedside instrument to predict carbapenem resistance among gram-negative pathogens in complicated urinary tract infections" (2018). Biostatistics and Epidemiology Faculty Publications Series.
39 1112-1114 10.1017/ice.2018.166