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Jan 17, 2023 · In the manuscript entitled “Early diagnosis of late-onset neonatal sepsis using sepsis prediction results”, the authors presented their efforts to design a new system for early diagnosis of late-onset neonatal sepsis. The manuscript has been submitted for a special issue of the journal Microorganisms, entitled "Advances in Bacterial Sepsis".
Jan 16, 2023 · GBS remains the primary cause of neonatal sepsis since the 1970s. Based on the age of presentation, it divides into early-onset, late-onset, and late-late onset. Early-onset disease defines as the onset of infection in the first six days of life, but most neonates (61% to 95%) become ill within the first 24 hours (median, 1 hour). Infants ...
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