Haemophilus influenza


Bacteria: Haemophilus influenza. A cluster of Haemophilus influenza bacteria. These non-motile, Gram-negative bacteria are an important pathogen in young children. They colonize the upper respiratory tract in most humans. Usually harmless, they may spread locally and may cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Certain capsuled strains are the most common cause of bacterial meningitis and epiglottis in children. Treatment with antibiotic drugs.

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