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E-Coli Infection: Not Just From Food - HealthyChildren.org

E-Coli Infection: Not Just From Food - HealthyChildren.org

E coli and other gram-negative bacilli, such as Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Proteus, and Pseudomonas, tendencies may also Non-food-related illnesses, including blood infections (septicemia), inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord (meningitis) in newborn infants, and urinary tract infections in children and adults of all ages.

In most infections in newborns, E coli or other gram negative bacteria have been transmitted from the genital tract of the mother to the newborn during the child's birth. Sometimes it can also spread through person-to-person contact with caregivers or other children.

Signs and Symptoms

A baby who develops septicemia often shows signs And symptoms such as

Fever, even a rising and falling temperature Respiration that is characterized by grunts Irritability Lack of appetite Vomiting Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes) Swollen abdomen Diarrhea

Meningitis in newborns with E coli or other gram negative infection may not cause all signs usually associated with systemic infection Nervous central Signs of meningitis may include fever or an abnormally low temperature, apathy or coma, vomiting, a soft protrusion to the touch (the technical term for the soft protrusion on the head is a fontanelle) and seizures. > Signs of urinary tract infection (UTI) include painful urination, increased urination, and a child who wets the bed or clothes when he or she used to.

When to call your pediatrician

To diagnose these infections, your pediatrician will request tests for your baby's blood, cerebrospinal fluid, and urine.

Treatment

If your newborn has septicemia or meningitis, first Doctor will prescribe ampicillin and aminoglycosides. (Sometimes drugs with cephalosporins instead of aminoglycosides will be used). Laboratory tests can identify the exact organism that causes the infection. Treatment is 10 to 14 days in most cases of septicemia and at least 21 days for meningitis.

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Urinary tract infections can usually be treated with oral antibiotics. If your child has a UTI, your pediatrician will ask for some tests to evaluate your child's bladder and kidneys. Some tests are done at the time of infection, but others are done after your child's recovery.

The information contained on this website should not be used as a substitute for advice and care Doctor of your pediatrician. There may be many variations in treatment that your pediatrician could recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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