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Tesing and Treatment of Cronobacter Infections

Cronobacter can be found by testing blood or other samples in the lab.

Babies whose blood might have Cronobacter need to go to a doctor or hospital right away so they can get germ-fighting medicine called antibiotics. Babies who have meningitis from Cronobacter usually need special tests to look at the brain.

Adults are treated with antibiotics, too.

 
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