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Xanthobacteria pneumonia

Flavobacterium pneumonia is a community-acquired pneumonia disease, and the infectious bacteria are Flavobacterium. It may cause infection when the body's immunity decreases. The bacteria are easy to cause infection in infants, especially premature infants, while adult cases are common in elderly and frail inpatients or patients with acute and chronic diseases. The clinical manifestations include fever, malaise, less movement, less crying, pushing food, vomiting and other poisoning symptoms. The principle of treatment is corresponding sensitive antibiotics and symptomatic treatment.

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