Diagnosticados con otitis media | 06 JUL 21

Infecciones bacterianas invasivas en lactantes afebriles

Determinación de la prevalencia de bacteriemia asociada a otitis media en lactantes afebriles de menos de 90 días de vida
Autor/a: Son H. McLaren, Andrea T. Cruz, Kenneth Yen, Matthew J. Lipshaw Bergmann y colaboradores. Pediatrics. 2021;147(1)
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