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, 37 (11), e269-e271

Tracheal Microbiota in Patients With a Tracheostomy Before, During and After an Acute Respiratory Infection

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Tracheal Microbiota in Patients With a Tracheostomy Before, During and After an Acute Respiratory Infection

Marcos Pérez-Losada et al. Pediatr Infect Dis J.

Abstract

Examining tracheal microbiota before, during and after acute respiratory infection in patients with a tracheostomy demonstrated large baseline intrapatient microbiota variability and a significant bloom of Haemophilus and Moraxella on day 1 of acute respiratory infection symptoms. The tracheal microbiota community composition changed significantly from baseline to 1 month after acute respiratory infection.

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