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Penta at ECCMID 2021

Tags: | July 9th, 2021

We are excited to share that at the 31st edition of the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID), 2 studies in which Penta plays a coordinator role, PediCAP and neoVanc, and 1 in which we are a partner, NeoOBS, will be presented. This year, ECCMID will be held virtually from 9-12 July 2021.

 

PediCAP

  • Global estimates of the relative paediatric consumption and cost of oral amoxicillin and amoxicillin-clavulanic acid. G. A. Levine, M. Sharland, S. Ellis, Y. Ferrisse, C. Loze, Y. Hsia, G. Fink, J. Bielicki; for the PediCAP project

neoVanc

  • Multi-centre randomised open label phase IIb study to compare the efficacy, safety and pharmacokinetics (PK) of an optimised dosing to a standard dosing regimen of vancomycin in neonates and infants aged 90 days with late onset bacterial sepsis known or suspected to be caused by Gram-positive microorganisms. L Hill on behalf of neoVanc

NeoOBS

  • Rapid Progression around the antibiotic wheel: analysis of a multi-conutry prospective neonatal observational study (NeoOBS). N Russel (Exeter, United Kingdom) E Losifidis, E Roilides, O.B.O. The NeoOBS Study Group
  • Challenges and strategies used in the implementation of a global multi-centre prospective observational cohort protocol to investigate aetiology and management of neonatal sepsis: the NeoOBS study. A Riddel 
  • Clinical presentation, prediction of mortallily and development of the NeoSep severity score for neonates hospitalised with sepsis in low-and middle-income settings: analysis for the NeoOBS study. W Stohr, N Plakkal, O.B:O. The NeoOBS Study Group
  • The complex relationship between timing of concordant antibiotic treatment, clinical severity, and mortality in neonates with carbapenem-resistant organism bloodstream infections from a multi-centre cohort study: the NeoOBS study. A Cook, M Clements
  • High mortaliaty in neonatal sepsis caused by anrifungal resistent Candida spp.:data from the NeoOBS Study. A. Cook
  • Microbilogy data from a global multi centre prospective observational cohort of sepsis in hospitalised neonates: the NeoOBS studty. T. Kosyyanev
  • Colonal MRSA ST239 identification in a single nenatal unit: uses of whole genome sequencing in the NeoOBS Study. T. Vilken, B.B Xaviar, Y. Glupczynski, T. Kostyanev, C. Lammens, D. Ballot, T. Ramdin, T. Nana, V. Chibabhai, R. Saggers, H. Goossens

 

ECCMID is the EUROPEAN Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases which bring together independent groups of experts representing all disciplines related to clinical microbiology and infectious diseases.

Visit the ECCMID website to find out more

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