Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, April 18th, 2004
K. kingae is a bacterium that children sometimes carry in their throats that rarely causes serious infections. In October 2003, the Minnesota Department of Health investigated two culture-confirmed and one probable case of bone/joint infections caused by K. kingae.
The three children were in the same toddler classroom in a day care...
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