VRE


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AcronymDefinition
VREVirginia Railway Express
VREVancomycin Resistant Enterococcus
VREVirtual Real Estate
VREVirtual Research Environment
VREVancomycin-Resistant Escherichia Coli
VREVolume Review Exercise
VREVoltage Regulation Extended
VREVideo Recording Equipment
VREVirtual Radiography Environment
VREVibrating Reed Electrometers
VRENavy Transport Evacuation Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation)
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To our knowledge, we present the first estimates of the prevalence, risk factors, and clinical outcomes of patients with VRE and MRSA co-colonization.
The incidence of VRE rose in all age groups, but the increase was largest among the elderly.
We are thrilled to be selected by VRE as their mobile ticketing partner," said Nat Parker, CEO of GlobeSherpa.
During the next 3 years (2000-2002), 65 patients with VRE colonization or infection were identified among the 1,820 patients admitted to our NICU.
Six characteristics that were significantly associated with recovery of VRE were assigned point values based on the strength of their association with VRE carriage.
Based on current trends, it appears MRSA and VRE will be increasingly problematic, not only in acute care settings, but also in long-term care facilities and the community.
With an investment that will increase its competitiveness in the North American market, the new VRE cars will be manufactured at this U.
5 miles from the Rippon Landing VRE station, Prince William County's Potomac Club is a gated community offering a variety of condominiums and townhomes from the mid $300's.
For phase 2, isolation rooms for MRSA or VRE infected patients were sampled.
Risk factors for VRE acquisition include chronic dialysis, multiple and prolonged hospitalizations, main admitting diagnosis, coexisting factors (diabetes mellitus, organ transplant, or hepatobiliary disease), previous infection or colonization with MRSA or Clostridium difficile, and prior treatment with antimicrobial agents (4-6).
Bill Snyders, chief operating officer of Virtual Realty, will lead the VRE effort to manage the strategic alliance with Selequity.
The study focused on a hard-to-treat superbug called vancomycin-resistant enterococci or VRE, which usually affect patients who have a compromised immune system or who are critically ill.