Standard culturing used in low birth weight babies with early-onset sepsis to detect bacterial infections failed to spot more than 20 bacterial species, a study showed. The findings, published in the journal PLoS One, suggest the need to conduct several tests among such newborns to detect infections missed by standard exams.
Low birth weight babies may need more screening for infections
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