The clinical picture of neonatal infection with Pantoea species.

@article{Rostenberghe2006TheCP,
  title={The clinical picture of neonatal infection with Pantoea species.},
  author={H L A Van Rostenberghe and Ramli Noraida and W I Wan Pauzi and Hassan Habsah and Mohamed Zeehaida and Abdul Rahman Rosliza and I Siti Fatimah and N Y Nik Sharimah and H Maimunah},
  journal={Japanese journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2006},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={120-1}
}
Pantoea infections are uncommon in humans. Most reports have involved adults or children after thorn injuries. There are only a few reports of systemic infections with Pantoea. This is the first report of the clinical picture of systemic Pantoea spp. infection in neonates as observed during an outbreak in a neonatal intensive care unit caused by infected parenteral nutrition solutions. Even though detected early, the infections had a fulminant course, causing septicemic shock and respiratory… CONTINUE READING

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