Congenital septicaemia and pneumonia due to group B streptoccus
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A case of congenital septicaemia and pneumonia is described in a term infant born to a vaginal carrier of Lancefield Group B streptococcus. This organism’s increasing significance as a cause of perinatal infection is emphasised.
KeywordsPerinatal Infection Haemolytic Streptococcus Early Onset Group Bilateral Pulmonary Infiltrate National Maternity Hospital
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