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Escherichia coli pneumonia

Escherichia coli co1i (also known as Escherichia coli) pneumonia has increased significantly in recent years. It is the second common pathogen causing community-acquired gram-negative bacilli pneumonia, second only to Klebsiella pneumoniae, accounting for 12% ~ 45% of gram-negative bacilli pneumonia and 2.0% ~ 3.3% of all pneumonia pathogens. It is one of the main pathogens of nosocomial pneumonia, the incidence rate is 4.2 to 9.0/1 million, accounting for 9% to 15% of gram-negative bacilli pneumonia. The mortality of the disease was as high as 60% in the 1960s, and decreased significantly after the 1980s, with a reported 29%. It mainly occurs in elderly patients with weakness, patients with various chronic basic diseases, critically ill patients, endotracheal intubation, long-term treatment with corticosteroids and other immunosuppressants, dysbacteriosis caused by long-term use of antibiotics, and patients with various immunoglobulin defects, which are susceptible to the disease.


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