Techniques to Identify Bacteria Responsible for Bone & Joint Infections in Children
Children suffering from bone and joint bacterial infections can lead to devastating effects on long-term mobility and can eventually result in death. Children who have the bacteria Kingella kingae in their throat were found to be at the risk of developing bone and joint infection with the same bacterium, reveals a new study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
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