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posted on 22.11.2019 by Mark O’Rahelly, Aisling Smith, Richard Drew, Naomi McCallion

This was a retrospective case-control study over 14 years comparing characteristics of neonates who developed E.coli bacteraemia with matched infant controls whose mothers were colonised with E.coli on high vaginal swab but who did not develop bacteraemia. Data was obtained from maternal and neonatal charts, the laboratory data-base was analysed to identify possible risk factors for E.coli bacteraemia. 21 cases and 38 controls were identified. The data showed no difference in gender, maternal age, white cell count, or cord pH. Significant differences were found in gestation (33 vs. 39.5wks p5 days is advised.

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O’Rahelly M, Smith A, Drew R, McCallion N. Early Onset Neonatal E.Coli Sepsis. Irish Medical Journal. 2019;112(2):868.

Publication Date

14/02/2019

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Irish Medical Association

PubMed ID

30839183

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