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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 14, n° 4
pages 365-368 (avril 2007)
Doi : 10.1016/j.arcped.2007.01.009
Received : 24 Mars 2006 ;  accepted : 22 January 2007
Méningite néonatale à Bacillus cereus , à propos d'un cas
A case of fatal neonatal Bacillus cereus meningitis
 

F. Evreux a , B. Delaporte b, N. Leret b, C. Buffet-Janvresse a, c, , A. Morel a
a Département de microbiologie, groupe hospitalier du Havre, hôpital Jacques-Monod, 76083 Le Havre cedex, France 
b Réanimation pédiatrique, groupe hospitalier du Havre, hôpital Jacques-Monod, 76083 Le Havre cedex, France 
c Département de microbiologie, faculté de médecine, CHU de Rouen, hôpital Charles-Nicolle, 76031 Rouen cedex France 

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Résumé

Nous présentons un cas de méningoencéphalite à Bacillus cereus , survenu au 28e jour de vie chez un enfant prématuré. Une recherche dans la littérature faite en 2005-2006 nous a permis de relever 26 cas de méningites à B. cereus du nouveau-né. Leur analyse est décrite. Dans tous les cas, un diagnostic précoce est très important car il doit obligatoirement s'accompagner d'une prescription de vancomycine.

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Abstract

A fatal case of meningoencephalitis caused by Bacillus cereus , an uncommon but potential pathogen, resistant to most β-lactam antibiotics, is described in a 28-day old premature neonate. Difficulties for clinical diagnosis and treatment are discussed. A review of the literature (26 published cases) is given. Early diagnosis of neonatal B. cereus infection is crucial as it leads to a standard treatment including vancomycin.

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Mots clés : Méningite, Nouveau-né

Keywords : Gram positive bacterial infections, Meningitis, Bacillus cereus , Infant




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