alexa Meningitis Caused By Meningococcal Bacteria

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Meningitis Caused By Meningococcal Bacteria

In premature babies and newborns up to three months old, common causes are group B streptococci (subtypes III which normally inhabit the vagina and are mainly a cause during the first week of life) and bacteria that normally inhabit the digestive tract such as Escherichia coli (carrying the K1 antigen). Listeria monocytogenes (serotype IVb) may affect the newborn and occurs in epidemics.

Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meningitis

 
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