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Browsing by Author "Seidelman, Jessica L"
Mycobacterium avium pseudo-outbreak associated with an outpatient bronchoscopy clinic: Lessons for reprocessing. Seidelman, Jessica L; Wallace, Richard J; Iakhiaeva, Elena; Vasireddy, Ravikiran; Brown-Elliott, Barbara A; McKnight, Celeste; Chen, Luke F; ... (9 authors) (Infection control and hospital epidemiology, 2019-01)We identified a pseudo-outbreak of Mycobacterium avium in an outpatient bronchoscopy clinic following an increase in clinic procedure volume. We terminated the pseudo-outbreak by increasing the frequency of automated endoscope ...
The host transcriptional response to Candidemia is dominated by neutrophil activation and heme biosynthesis and supports novel diagnostic approaches. Steinbrink, Julie M; Myers, Rachel A; Hua, Kaiyuan; Johnson, Melissa D; Seidelman, Jessica L; Tsalik, Ephraim L; Henao, Ricardo; ... (11 authors) (Genome medicine, 2021-07)<h4>Background</h4>Candidemia is one of the most common nosocomial bloodstream infections in the United States, causing significant morbidity and mortality in hospitalized patients, but the breadth of the host response to ...
Universal masking is an effective strategy to flatten the severe acute respiratory coronavirus virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) healthcare worker epidemiologic curve. Seidelman, Jessica L; Lewis, Sarah S; Advani, Sonali D; Akinboyo, Ibukunoluwa C; Epling, Carol; Case, Matthew; Said, Kristen; ... (13 authors) (Infection control and hospital epidemiology, 2020-12)
Yarrington, Michael E; Reynolds, Staci S; Dunkerson, Tray; McClellan, Fabienne; Polage, Christopher R; Moehring, Rebekah W; Smith, Becky A; ... (10 authors) (Infection control and hospital epidemiology, 2023-03)<h4>Objective</h4>Urine cultures collected from catheterized patients have a high likelihood of false-positive results due to colonization. We examined the impact of a clinical decision support (CDS) tool that includes catheter ...