COVID-19 Patients Need to be Tested for Bacteria and Fungi, Not Just the Coronavirus

Apr 17, 2020

The emerging risk of co-infections is pressuring hospitals to broaden their patient testing portfolios to address new mortality risks. Many studies have already found that a significant number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients have and are continuing to develop dangerous secondary bacterial co-infections such as bacterial pneumonia and sepsis. Scientific American

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