I Naar-Jessen

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Urinary tract infection in the first month of life may be revealed by isolated fever, poor weight gain or severe sepsis. It is more frequent in male infants. Escherichia coli is the most common infecting agent. A urinary tract malformation is found in approximately 30% of the cases. In most cases intravenous treatment with an association of cephalosporin(More)
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