Mediastinal tissue friability-An unreported complication from Mycobacterium chimaera infection post-cardiac surgery. (Record no. 8888)

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Original cataloging agency Ovid MEDLINE(R)
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Classification number 32740995
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International Standard Serial Number 0886-0440
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Standard number or code 10.1111/jocs.14928 [doi]
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-- Cain CJ
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-- Ahmad H
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-- Molina EJ
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Personal name Ahmad, Huzaifa
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Personal name Molina, Ezequiel J
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Title Mediastinal tissue friability-An unreported complication from Mycobacterium chimaera infection post-cardiac surgery.
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-- Journal of Cardiac Surgery. 2020 Aug 02
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-- J Card Surg. 2020 Aug 02
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-- Journal of cardiac surgery
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-- aheadofprint
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Date of publication, distribution, etc. 2020
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-- FY2021
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Summary, etc. Mycobacterium chimaera can cause disseminated infection following cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass and contaminated heater-cooler devices. We discuss a 41-year-old man with a disseminated M. chimaera infection following surgery for a type A aortic dissection. His presentation included cachexia and dorsalgia with a work-up revealing vertebral osteomyelitis with an epidural abscess, bone marrow, and pulmonary infiltration, and fluid collection around his aortic graft. He received 1 month of antibiotics before the explantation of infected foreign material, mediastinal debridement, and aortic reconstruction. Complications included septic shock, respiratory and renal failure, mediastinitis, and four distal aortic anastomotic dehiscences from friable tissue and persistent infection. Copyright (c) 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLC.
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Language note English
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Occupation Medicine/General Internal Medicine
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Geographic name MedStar Washington Hospital Center
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Geographic name MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute
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Function Case Reports
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-- https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jocs.14928
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