Global Surveillance Study Reveals Resurgence of Mycoplasma Pneumonia Infections in Europe and Asia, AIIMS Delhi Reports Cases
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Goa, Dec. 7 -- In a groundbreaking global surveillance study published in The Lancet Microbe journal, researchers have identified a resurgence of infections caused by the mycoplasma pneumonia bacteria in various regions, particularly in Europe and Asia. Between April and September of this year, AIIMS Delhi reported seven positive cases, shedding light on a concerning trend in respiratory ailments among children.
The study, initiated in April 2022, gathered data from 45 sites across 24 countries in the United Nations regions of Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Oceania. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests revealed significantly higher incidences of M pneumonia in Europe and Asia compared to the Americas and Oceania. Notably, these rates e...
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