Saprochaete clavata Outbreak Infecting Cancer Center through Dishwasher
Estelle Menu, Alexis Criscuolo, Marie Desnos-Ollivier, Carole Cassagne, Evelyne D’Incan, Sabine Furst, Stéphane Ranque, Pierre Berger, and Françoise Dromer
Author affiliations: Institut Hospitalo-Universitaire, Méditerranée Infection, Marseille, France (E. Menu, C. Cassagne, S. Ranque); Institut Pasteur, Paris, France (A. Criscuolo, M. Desnos-Ollivier, F. Dromer); Centre de Lutte Contre le Cancer, Institut Paoli-Calmettes, Fédération Unicancer, Marseille (E. D’Incan, S. Furst, P. Berger)
Figure 4. Vacuum flask styles used before and after outbreak of Saprochaete clavata at the Institut Paoli-Calmettes, Marseille, France, February 2016–December 2017. A) Old seal; B) old vacuum flask; C) new seal; D) new vacuum flask. The newer model is fully accessible to washing.
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