Read below the most recent results that were presented (or will be presented) in 2015 and 2016 by the members of the MiHAR Lab.

For a complete list of congress communications (2011-2015) including communications before new members joined the MiHAR Group, click here.

26th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, 9-12 april 2016

Clinical reassessment versus procalcitonin to reduce antibiotic use in community-acquired pneumonia - the CLINPCT randomized controlled trial

Broad spectrum antibiotic consumption in french hospitals: longitudinal trends over five years (2010-14)
Marquet A, Thibaut S, Caillon J, Maupetit JC, Boutoille D, Batard E

Are  knowledge  and  practices  of  health-care  workers  (HCWs)  related  to  excreta  (urine  and  feces) management  associated with  extended-spectrum -lactamase producing  Enterobacteriaceae  (ESBLPE) incidence rate? A quantitative  evaluation of 700 HCWs and linear regression analysis  in a French
University Hospital
N'Guyen  H,  Bourigault  C,  Guillet  V,  Guille  des  Buttes  A,  Juvin  M, Caillon  J,  Birgand  G,  Batard  E, Lepelletier D

25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25-28 april 2015

Antibiotic consumption in French hospitals: longitudinal trends over six years (2008-13).
Marquet A, Thibaut S, LePabic E, Batard E, Ballereau F.
Abstract          ePoster

High variability among Emergency Departments in 3rd-generation cephalosporins and fluoroquinolones use for community-acquired pneumonia.
Batard E, Lecadet N, Goffinet N, Hardouin JB, The CEFPU1 Study Group, Lepelletier D, Potel G, Montassier E. EV0385
Abstract          ePoster

Rapid test of urinary tract infection due to amoxicillin susceptible E. coli using triple real-time PCR done on fresh, uncultured urine.
Chapelet G, Corvec S, Batard  E, Herbreteau G, Potel G, De Decker. 0216

EuSEM 2015 European Congress on Emergency Medicine
Torino, Italy, 10-14 october 2015

Rapid detection of amoxicillin susceptible Escherichia coli in the urine : a promising tool to limit the use of broad spectrum antibiotics for urinary tract infection in the Emergency Department. 
Chapelet G, Montassier E, Corvec S, Goffinet N, de Decker L, Batard E


Could the use of 3rd-generation cephalosporins and fluoroquinolones be limited in the Emergency Department ?
Loirat M, Montassier E, Fradin P, Goffinet N, Lepelletier D, Batard  E. Poster
Abstract           Poster

Use of broad spectrum antibacterial agents in French EDs : different trends for 3rd generation cephalosporins and fluoroquinolones
Batard  E, Lemarchand C, Vibet MA, Goffinet N, The EDANTIBIOTICS Study Group, Lepelletier D, Montassier E. Oral communication

Timing of antibiotics - Myth or fact?
Batard E. Invited presentation