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Epidemiological aspects of necrotic enteritis in new borns


Pediatria Polska 56(2): 121-125
Epidemiological aspects of necrotic enteritis in new borns
The importance of gram-negative bacteria in the etiology and pathogenesis of necrotic enteritis was discussed. Premature babies and high-risk newborns are particularly prone to this disease and require proper prophylactic and therapeutic management.


Accession: 005375126



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