Patients were identified from databases held within the microbiology department with detailed data concerning the date and site of positive MRSA results, as well as the sensitivity patterns of the organism.
The transplants took place between January 1999 and December 2005. Patient and transplant characteristics are listed in Table 1.
In early 2004, a sharp increase in the frequency of MRSA was recognized within the haematology department of our hospital.
This affected both transplant and non-transplant patients.
The total number of patients infected was 41/776 (5%).
Full-intensity (FI) myeloablative transplants were performed in 18 patients and eight had reduced intensity conditioned (RIC) transplants.
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Meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a major nosocomial pathogen, with an increased incidence in the UK since 1993, causing serious morbidity and mortality in immunosuppressed patients.
We analysed the frequency and outcome of MRSA infection in a single-centre transplant population over a 5-year period.