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Incidence of Serious Bacterial Infections in Ex-premature Infants with a Postconceptional Age Less Than 48 Weeks Presenting to a Pediatric Emergency Department

By Nobuaki Inoue, Tommy Y. Kim, Anne Marie Birkbeck-Garcia, Andrew Givner and T. Kent Denmark
Topics: Infectious Disease
Publisher: Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
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