Enterobacter hormaechei Details: NCBI 158836, gram-negative or unknown [species]

| ATCC 49162| CCUG 27126| CDC Enteric Group 75| CIP 103441| Enterobacter hormaechei| Enterobacter hormaechei O'Hara et al. 1990 emend. Hoffmann et al. 2005| Enterobacter sp. 35014| Enterobacter sp. 35025| Enterobacter sp. 35030| Enterobacter sp. 35032| Enterobacter sp. 35683| Enterobacter sp. 36796| Enterobacter sp. GN02358| Enterobacter sp. GN02768| strain 0992-77

  1. Hospital-Acquired Infections: Enterobacter hormaechei has been implicated in nosocomial or hospital-acquired infections. These infections are often associated with healthcare settings and can affect individuals with compromised immune systems or those undergoing medical treatments.

  2. Antimicrobial Resistance: Enterobacter hormaechei strains have been reported to exhibit resistance to multiple antibiotics. This resistance can complicate the treatment of infections caused by these bacteria and is a significant concern in healthcare settings.

  3. Infections in Vulnerable Individuals: The bacteria of the Enterobacter genus, including Enterobacter hormaechei, may cause various infections, including urinary tract infections, bloodstream infections, and respiratory infections, particularly in individuals with weakened immune systems.

  4. Community and Environmental Presence: While hospital environments are commonly associated with Enterobacter hormaechei infections, these bacteria may also be found in the community and the environment. However, their prevalence in these settings is generally lower compared to healthcare settings.

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One lab may say you have none, another may say you have a lot! - This may be solely due to the software they are using to estimate.
We deem lab specific values using values from the KM method for each specific lab to be the most reliable.

Desired Levels Suggestions for Enterobacter hormaechei

These are values that are computed from lab specific samples (Patent Pending)
LabFrequencyUD-LowUD-HighKM LowKM HighLab LowLab HighMean MedianStandard DeviationBox Plot LowBox Plot High KM Percentile Low KM Percentile High
Other Labs 0.35 6 23646 0 19379 3095.6 84 8307.8 6 23646 10 %ile 80 %ile
biomesight 24.22 0 20 10 10220 0 9333 1017.1 60 4243 0 540 0 %ile 98.1 %ile
thorne 65.52 1 345 0 231 43.4 4 95.8 1 345 0 %ile 100 %ile

External Reference Ranges for Enterobacter hormaechei

Enterobacter hormaechei (NCBI 158836) per million
Source of Ranges Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age
Thorne (20/80%ile) 0 4.47 0 0.0004
Statistic by Lab Source for Enterobacter hormaechei
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
BiomeSight 26.118 %   0.115 %  0.469 % 765.0 2929
CerbaLab 66.667 %   0.004 %  0.004 % 2.0 3
es-xenogene 13.793 %   0.006 %  0.005 % 4.0 29
Medivere 28.571 %   1.222 %  1.615 % 2.0 7
Thorne 45.161 %   0.003 %  0.007 % 42.0 93
Thryve 0.072 %   0.002 %  % 1.0 1384

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Foods Containing the Enterobacter hormaechei bacteria

Data comes from FoodMicrobionet. For the meaning of weight, see that site. The bacteria does not need to be alive to have an effect.

Table olives ready for consumption 90 d Weight: 0.03098

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