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Title: Evaluation of respiratory tract bacterial co-infections in SARS-CoV-2 patients with mild or asymptomatic infection in Lagos, Nigeria
Authors: Davies-Bolorunduro, Olabisi Flora
Participants: Fowora, Muinah Adenike
Amoo, Olufemi Samuel
Adeniji, Esther
Osuolale, Kazeem Adewale
Oladele, Oluwatobi
Onuigbo, Tochukwu Ifeanyi
Obi, Josephine Chioma
Oraegbu, Joy
Ogundepo, Oluwatobi
Ahmed, Rahaman Ademolu
Usman, Olagoke AbdulRazaq
Iyapo, Bosede Ganiyat
Dada, Adedamola Adejuwon
Onyia, Ngozi
Adegbola, Richard Adebayo
Audu, Rosemary Ajuma
Salako, Babatunde Lawal
Issue Date: 2022
Series/Report no.: Bulletin of the National Research Centre, Volume 46 (2022), Article number: 115
Abstract: A common complication of any respiratory disease by a virus could be a secondary bacterial infection, which is known to cause an increase in severity. It is, however, not clear whether the presence of some opportunistic pathogens called pathobionts contributes to the severity of the disease. In COVID-19 patients, undetected bacterial co-infections may be associated with the severity of the disease. Therefore, we investigated the implications of bacterial co-infections in COVID-19 cases.
ISSN: 2522-8307
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