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Table 1 Cases of Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) Associated Peritonitis with Pantoae Agglomerans

From: Unusual causes of peritonitis in a peritoneal dialysis patient: Alcaligenes faecalis and Pantoea agglomerans

Case (Ref.) Type of PD Sex/Age Proposed etiology Antbiotics used/route Outcome
1 [3] NA F/2 Teeting to catheter Cefotaxime, Gentamisin/IP Cured, catheter replaced new one
2 [4] CAPD F/49 Rose-thorn injury Ceftazidime, Amikasin/IP Cured
3 [5] CCPD M/65 Unknown Ciprofloxacin/IV Cured
4 [6] CAPD M/51 Rose-thorn injury Cefepime/IP Cured
5 [7] NA F/52 Unknown Ciprofloxacin/oral Cured
6 [8] CAPD M/45 Thorn injury Ciprofloxacin/IP Cured
7 [9] CCPD M/56 Unknown Tobramycin/NA Cured
Our case APD F/89 Unknown İmipenem/IV Patient died
  1. NA, not adjusted; CAPD, Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis; CCPD, Continuous Cycling Peritoneal Daialysis; APD, Automated Peritoneal Dialysis; IP, Intraperitoneal; IV, Intravenous