Letter to the Editor
Polymicrobial Peritonitis Including Pantoea agglomerans From Teething on a Catheter
AbstractA 24-month-old female with end-stage renal disease on chronic peritoneal dialysis presented with a 1-day history of cloudy peritoneal fluid without fever or abdominal pain. Her usual medicines included cotrimoxazole, iron, sodium citrate, erythropoietin, and growth hormone.
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