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They collected stool samples as soon as possible after birth to find out what types of bacteria were in the babies' guts. Babies were treated in a hospital with strict rules on infection control and sepsis rates below the national average. Despite steps to prevent infection, 11 of the infants developed sepsis by three days of life or later. Most of the babies that developed late onset sepsis had three types of possibly harmful gut germs in their bloodstream: E. coli, S. marcescens and group B strep bacteria, according to the study, which was published March 19 in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases. In seven infants, the bacteria found in stool samples taken days or weeks before sepsis developed were the same as the bacteria found in blood samples taken later.

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said Tarr, who is also a professor of molecular microbiology. "We do not know the origin of these bacteria in most cases. ""However, this study tells us that at least in a subset of infants who develop bloodstre.

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The researchers concluded that bacteria from the gut caused the infections, rather than bacteria from another part of the body. The researchers also found matching germs in the stool samples of other babies who were in the hospital at the same time. The researchers suggested that bacteria could be Nike Kobe 10 Elite High Top

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