Pneumonia, Community-acquired (Pediatric)
- In the era of widespread pneumococcal vaccination, the most common bacteria implicated in community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in children are:
- Pathogens occasionally involved in CAP are:
- Viral pathogens remain more common than bacterial pathogens as causes of lower respiratory tract infections in young children.
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