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haemophilus influenzae meningitis

It was isolated by Pfeiter from nasopharyngeal secretion of a flu patient in 1892. Influenza Bacillus meningitis is mostly caused by Influenza Bacillus type B. Influenza Bacillus generally exists in the upper respiratory tract of human beings. According to the different components of capsular polysaccharide antigen, the capsular swelling test was carried out with type-specific immune serum, and the bacteria were divided into six serotypes...

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