Severe Sepsis Due to Raoultella Planticola
Chiara Casarsa, Filippo Mearelli and Gianni Biolo
American Journal of Infectious Diseases
Raultella planticola usually invaded immune compromised patients and has been considered a relatively harmless Gram-negative bacteria. We reported a case of a women with a new pancreatic cancer diagnosis that abruptly develop severe sepsis. A Raoultella planticola was yielded in blood cultures. This case suggest Raoultella as pathogen causing life threatening community acquired infection.
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