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Bacterial Infections in Neonates, Madagascar, 2012–2014

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Perlinot Herindrainy
Sophie Goyet
Jean-Marc Collard
Didier Guillemot

Abstract

Severe bacterial infections are a leading cause of death among neonates in low-income countries, which harbor several factors leading to emergence and spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria. Low-income countries should prioritize interventions to decrease neonatal infections; however, data are scarce, specifically from the community. To assess incidence, etiologies, and antimicrobial drug-resistance patterns of neonatal infections, during 2012-2014, we conducted a community-based prospective investigation of 981 newborns in rural and urban areas of Madagascar. The incidence of culture-confirmed severe neonatal infections was high: 17.7 cases/1,000 live births. Most (75%) occurred during the first week of life. The most common (81%) bacteria isolated were gram-negative. The incidence rate for multidrug-resistant neonatal infection was 7.7 cases/1,000 live births. In Madagascar, interventions to improve prevention, early diagnosis, and management of bacterial infections in neonates should be prioritized.
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pasteur-01955491 , version 1 (14-12-2018)

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Bich-Tram Huynh, Elsa Kermorvant-Duchemin, Perlinot Herindrainy, Michael Padget, Feno Jacob Rakotoarimanana, et al.. Bacterial Infections in Neonates, Madagascar, 2012–2014. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2018, 24 (4), pp.710-717. ⟨10.3201/eid2404.161977⟩. ⟨pasteur-01955491⟩
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