Waterborne Bacterial Infection Kills 3 Infants At Pennsylvania Hospital


STATE HEALTH OFF INITIALS PENNSYLVANIA ARE LOOKING FOR THE SOURCE AFTER BACK BACTERIA LINKED TO THREE INFANT DEATHS AT A HOSPITAL. BABE WRIST IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT AT MEDICAL CENTER DANVILLE, HOSPITAL OFFICIALS SAY EIGHT INFANTS WERE EXPOSED TO PSEUDOMONES, COMMON WATER-BORNE BACTERIA, FIVE BABIES ARE RECEIVING TREATMENT. PSEUDO MONIS IS A VERY COME ON BACK TEAR Y IT IS PRESENT IN OUR ENVIRONMENT IN MANY DIFFERENT PLACES. IT IS OFTEN VERY HARMLESS. IT IS REAL TIE SOON TO SAY EXACTLY WHERE THE ORGANISM IS COMING FROM. BUT THE INFORMATION THAT WE HAVE SO FAR SUGGEST IT IS SOMEPLACE OUTSIDE OF THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. THE HOSPITAL IS DIVERTING

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