Cardiac Surgery Devices Linked to Fatal Infections: Six patients die in one U.S. outbreak

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Abstract

An “insidious” under-the-radar outbreak of waterborne bacteria aerosolized by heater-cooler devices commonly used in cardiothoracic surgery is emerging as a clear and present danger to patient safety, a veteran epidemiologist recently warned at a meeting of infectious disease physicians in Atlanta.

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