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A rare case of early-onset neonatal sepsis

Source: JMM Case Reports (2014)


Capnocytophaga sputigena is a capnophilic gram-negative bacillus normally

residing intra-orally in humans, and may be associated with opportunistic infections in the

immunocompromised. A case of early-onset neonatal sepsis is described, which has only rarely been reported as a cause of premature birth and neonatal septicaemia.


A rare case of early-onset neonatal sepsis
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