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Legionellaceae in the Hospital Water Supply: Epidemiological Link with Disease and Evaluation of a Method for Control of Nosocomial Legionnaires’ Disease and Pittsburgh Pneumonia Agent.

Best M, Yu VL, Stout J, Goetz A, Muder RR, Taylor F. “Legionellaceae in the Hospital Water Supply: Epidemiological Link with Disease and Evaluation of a Method for Control of Nosocomial Legionnaires’ Disease and Pittsburgh Pneumonia Agent.” Lancet. 1983;2:307310. Download / Print Go Back  

Legionnaires’ Disease in Children

Legionnaires' Disease in Children In Our Opinion Go Back In Our Opinion includes articles and information we highlight as well as commentary on published peer-reviewed articles and current topics. Legionnaires' Disease in Children One Experts Opinion: Yael Shachor-Meyouhas Introduction Legionella has not been a prominent pathogen in children with pneumonia. The discovery of Legionnaires’ disease as Read More …

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