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Characterization Of Bacterial Isolates Cultured From The Nasopharynx Of Children With Sickle Cell Disease (scd)
Author: Kwashie Ajibade Ako-nai, Blessing Itohan Ebhodaghe1, Adegoke Samuel Ademola, Kuti Bankole Peter, Olakunle O Kassim
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
10 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1698
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We characterized bacterial isolates from the nasopharynx of 84 Sickle cell disease patients 78 of whom were HbSS and 6 HbSC aged 4 four months to 15 years at Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa, southwestern Nigeria between February–September, 2014.We characterized bacterial isolates from the nasopharynx of 84 Sickle cell disease patients 78 of whom were HbSS and 6 HbSC aged 4 four months to 15 years at Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa, southwestern Nigeria between February–September, 2014.

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