Peri HAJ ALI 1,3, Maria JACKULIKOVA 1, Vladimir KRCMERY 2, Thomas SIMONEK 1, Petra HEIDER 3, Yoanna TRILISINSKAYA 1,2, Mariana MRAZOVA 1,3, Jan BYDZOVSKY 2, Anna LISKOVA 1,2, Monika MIKLOSKOVA 3, Stanislava HUNYADYOVA 1,3, Lubica HUNAKOVA 2, Gertruda MIKOLASOVA 2 and Maria HARDY 2 on behalf of the Working group of the ISAC-Infections in Catastrophes 4
1 UNHCR Refugee and migrant Camp Healthcare Unit and St Elizabeth Univ Refugee and Migrant Health programme, Lesbos Greece
2 Inst of Microbiology School of Medicine Commenius Univ and Slovak Trop Inst Bratislava Slovakia and Nall Ref Lab for ATB resistance Nitra, SK and St John Inst Příbram, Czech Republic
3 PFFreyberg Institutte of Perinatal and Prenatal Psychol and Med Dept of Soc Work SEU and IGAP Vienna General Hospital (AKH) and Donau University, Krems, Austria
4 Int. Soc. Antimicrob. chemoth., WG ID in Catastrophes, ISAC Aberdeen, UK
Background: To asess the incidence of multiresistant gramnegative pathogens isolated from wounds of migration adolescents.
Methods: The aim of this research communication is asesss the spectrum of microbial pathogens isolated from wound of migrants arriviong via mediterranean sea to Greek Islands and compare it to Syrian and Iraqi migrants on mainland Greece arriving in 2015-2016 and transiting via Balkan route to Austria and Germany
Results: Therefore the spectrum of microorganisms isolated from wounds from migrants is different from 2015-2016 when S. aureus and S. pyogenes were prevalent, nowadays replaced by Enterobacteriaceae and Candida spp.
Conclusion: Migration and refugee crisis in Balkan is ongoing however the spectrum of migrant has changed in comparison to 2015, less Iraqui and Syrian whole families as migrants and is in 2018-2019 replaced by African migrants but majority is nowadays shifted to Afgani adolescents.
Key words: wound infections, migrants.
Lek obz, 2020, 69(5): 152-154