Changing Characteristics of Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia: Results From a 21-Year, Prospective, Longitudinal Study.

Authors:
Maria Souli
Maria Souli
Athens University School of Medicine
Greece
Felicia Ruffin
Felicia Ruffin
Duke University Medical Center
United States
Seong-Ho Choi
Seong-Ho Choi
Research Institute for Periodontal Regeneration
South Korea
Lawrence P Park
Lawrence P Park
Duke University School of Medicine
United States
Shengli Gao
Shengli Gao
Northwest University
China
Batu K Sharma-Kuinkel
Batu K Sharma-Kuinkel
Duke University Medical Center
United States
Joshua T Thaden
Joshua T Thaden
Boston University
United States

Clin Infect Dis 2019 Apr 19. Epub 2019 Apr 19.

Department of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, North Carolina.

Background: We conducted a longitudinal study to evaluate changes in the clinical presentation and epidemiology of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia (SAB) in an academic, US medical center.

Methods: Consecutive patients with monomicrobial SAB were enrolled from January 1995 to December 2015. Each person's initial bloodstream S. aureus isolate was genotyped using spa typing. Clonal complexes (CCs) were assigned using Ridom StaphType software. Changes over time in both the patient and bacterial characteristics were estimated with linear regression. Associations between genotypes or clinical characteristics and complications were estimated using multivariable regression models.

Results: Among the 2348 eligible participants, 54.2% had an implantable, foreign body of some type. This proportion increased significantly during the 21-year study period, by 0.96% annually (P = .002), as did comorbid conditions and acquisition outside of the hospital. Rates of any metastatic complication also significantly increased, by 0.94% annually (P = .019). Among the corresponding bloodstream S. aureus isolates, spa-CC012 (multi-locus sequence type [MLST] CC30), -CC004 (MLST CC45), -CC189 (MLST CC1), and -CC084 (MLST CC15) all significantly declined during the study period, while spa-CC008 (MLST CC8) significantly increased. Patients with SAB due to spa-CC008 were significantly more likely to develop metastatic complications in general, and abscesses, septic emboli, and persistent bacteremia in particular. After adjusting for demographic, racial, and clinical variables, the USA300 variant of spa-CC008 was independently associated with metastatic complications (odds ratio 1.42; 95% confidence interval 1.02-1.99).

Conclusions: Systematic approaches for monitoring complications of SAB and genotyping the corresponding bloodstream isolates will help identify the emergence of hypervirulent clones and likely improve clinical management of this syndrome.

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