pasteurella

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pasteurella

(ˌpæstɜːˈrɛlə)
n
a small rodlike bacterium of the genus Pasteurella, which includes those causing plague and other acute infectious diseases in people and warm-blooded animals
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Pasteurella infections are usually characterized by local intense cellulitis, purulent discharge, and lymphangitis 12 to 24 hours after the infection [1-3].
Pasteurella infections are treated empirically with Penicillin, ampicillin or a third/forth generation cephalosporin.

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