Fever in the first eight weeks of life.


Sixty-one febrile infants in the first eight weeks of life were evaluated for serious, treatable illness. Infants with bacteremia could not be distinguished from non-bacteremic infants by height of fever, white blood cell count, absolute number of juvenile or mature polymorphonuclear leukocytes, or the presence of a focus of infection (meningitis excluded… (More)


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