Published in Blood Weekly, March 11th, 2010
"The stoma care and difficulties in feeding were a chronic problem. At the age of almost 4 months he developed septicemia due to B. tropica. Three consecutive blood cultures grew this organism. The organism was cleared from the blood after a course of imipenem and resolution of post-operative ileus," wrote Z.Z. Deris and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Our case suggests that environmental and plant...
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