Fetal Loss and Preterm Birth Caused by Intraamniotic Haemophilus influenzae Infection, New Zealand
, Caitlin Sharpe, Thomas Wong, Tim Cutfield, Arier Lee, Stephen McBride, Matthew Rogers, May Ching Soh, Amanda Taylor, Susan Taylor, and Mark Thomas
Author affiliations: Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand (T. Hills); Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand (T. Hills, C. Sharpe, A. Taylor, M. Thomas); Waitematā District Health Board, Auckland (T. Hills, T. Cutfield, M. Rogers); Counties Manukau District Health Board, Auckland (C. Sharpe, T. Wong, S. McBride, M.C. Soh, S. Taylor); University of Auckland, Auckland (A. Lee, M. Thomas)
Figure 1. Sites from which Haemophilus influenzae was isolated in maternal cases (A) and neonatal cases (B), New Zealand. Overlapping colored circles and ovals indicate multiple types of samples collected from the same cases. BC, blood culture; CSF, cerebrospinal fluid; HVS, high vaginal swab.
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