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IAROVOI, Liviu; HOLBAN, Tiberiu; CHIRIACOV, Galina; COTOS, Viorica; COJUHARI, Lilia; CIRSTEA, Natalia. Bacterium with Leuconostoc pseudomesenteroides. In: One Health and Risk Management. 2023, nr. 4(1), pp. 81-86. ISSN 2587-3458.
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|Numărul 4(1) / 2023 / ISSN 2587-3458 /ISSNe 2587-3466|
Introduction. Leukonostoc pseudomesenteroides until recently was classified as a commensal microorganism, but from 1985 until now several sporadic cases of infection with this pathogen have been described in humans. Bacteremia with Leuconostoc spp. are increasingly reported. Unique cases of infection of other sites have also been described. Most often, these cases have been reported in patients with cancer, and are often considered opportunistic for acquired immunodeficiencies. However, several cases have also been reported in immunocompetent patients. Material and methods. An analysis of the literature and the clinical case are presented here: an 11-month-old child with congenital malformation – rabbit lip, who had pneumonia 2 months before his admission to the Toma Ciorba Infectious Diseases Clinical Hospital. Results. Meningococcemia and meningitis were clinically established upon admission. A few days later the blood culture result was with Leuconostoc pseudomesenteroides. The etiological treatment was corrected and the sterile result of the blood culture was obtained. The child was released in a satisfactory condition. Conclusions. The clinical case presented is the first case of infection with Leuconstoc spp. described in the Republic of Moldova. The correct choice of the etiological treatment allows the eradication of this pathogen.
Leukonostoc pseudomesenteroides, congenital malformation, bacteremia, Vancomycin resistant, Amoxicillin clavulanate,
Leuconostoc pseudomesenteroides, malformație congenitală, bacteriemie, Rezistent la Vancomycin, Amoxicilina Clavulanat